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An ACLU research report produced in collaboration with the Global Human Rights Clinic of the University of Chicago Law School examines the use of prison labour throughout state and federal prisons in the U.S.
Criminal justice professionals’ role is highlighted in effective and timely prevention, identification, management and rehabilitation of violent extremists or terrorist offenders. This is especially relevant in the prison, probation, law enforcement, and judicial contexts, whose professionals range from frontline to decision-makers dealing with the phenomenon. Once such is recognised, it becomes imperative for justice professionals to have proper training.
Jurisdictions across the country are working diligently to address the complications of the coronavirus on their criminal justice systems. To assist cities and counties in adopting useful policies and practices, the National Network of Criminal Justice Coordinating Councils (NNCJCC) and the Justice Management Institute have gathered information on the responses being implemented by state, city, and county justice agencies to the epidemic as well as resources and guidance from various national organizations. Click on the links below to view resources by practice area. Each page provides examples of local responses as well as responses and guidance by national organizations. (COV-125)