Many Locks + One Key = Improved Security
Physical Security of Sliding Glass Door Units, NIJ Standard-0318.00
Counting with Fingers
Security Analysis and Mapping Risks (From Policing in Central and Eastern Europe: Dilemmas of Contemporary Criminal Justice, P 724-733, 2004, Gorazd Mesko, et al., eds. -- See NCJ-207973)
Rethinking Security (From Policing in Central and Eastern Europe: Dilemmas of Contemporary Criminal Justice, P 711-723, 2004, Gorazd Mesko, et al., eds. -- See NCJ-207973)
Biometrics in Corrections: Current and Future Deployment
Secretariat for ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 37, Biometrics
Countering Threats to Correctional Institution Security: Identifying Innovation Needs to Address Current and Emerging Concerns
Houses of Worship Training Provides Security Plan Guidelines
California Combats Growing Cellphone Problem with Technology
Evaluation of the Chicago Housing Authority's Anti-Drug Initiative: A Model of Comprehensive Crime Prevention in Public Housing
New Jersey Corrections Agency Makes Changes From the Ground Up
Hidden War: The Battle to Control Crime in Chicago's Public Housing
Use of Civil Remedies for Neighborhood Crime and Drug Abatement by Community Organizations
TECHBeat, May 2018
Final Summary Overview: Research & Evaluation on Victims of Crime (STRiV Secondary Data Analyses)
Funding to support the operation of the Secretariat of ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 37, Biometrics
Cell Phones in Prison
Criminals are using cell phones illegally in prisons and jails to conduct their business and intimidate witnesses. Although technology solutions to this problem are available, they can create new challenges, such as legal and implementation issues associated with cell phone use in correctional facilities. Panelists will discuss various aspects to consider from how prisoners use cell phones, to day-to-day and operational aspects, to legal and regulatory concerns.
Special Technical Committees: How They Are Changing NIJ's Standards Development Process
NIJ has established a new standards development process based on Special Technical Committees whose members include practitioners, scientists, researchers, subject matter experts, staff of test laboratories and major criminal justice stakeholder organizations, and representatives knowledgeable in standards development and conformity assessment. The members collaborate to develop the standard and ensure that practitioner needs are addressed.
What Works in Probation and Parole
How can we prevent reoffending and reduce costs? Research points to a number of solutions. At the Tuesday plenary, Judge Steven Alm from Hawaii will describe his successes with hard-core drug offenders. “Swift and sure” is his motto. West Virginia Cabinet Secretary James W. Spears will discuss the issues from his state's perspective, and Adam Gelb, Director of the Pew Charitable Trust's Public Safety Performance Project, will lend a national overview.