National Institute of Justice Literature Review and Data Analysis on Deaths in Custody, Report to Congress
Formative Evaluation of a Technology-Based Behavioral Health Program for Victims of Crime, Final Report
Addressing Domestic Violence Through Use of Circle Peacemaking: Reflections on Building Tribal-Researcher Capacity
No single criminal justice agency can promote desistance on its own. Partnerships across state, local, and federal agencies — along with the support of family and community stakeholders — are instrumental in supporting desistance from crime and reducing recidivism.
Law enforcement, courts, corrections, and community supervision agencies play a key role in the desistance process and reducing recidivism.