This feature of the Justice Academy is provided to facilitate the distribution of exemplary training and educational resources by colleges and universities, as well as advocacy groups relative to the law and justice profession.


Textual Information and Research Findings
Trends in U.S. Corrections
Sentencing and Corrections in the 21st Century
Addressing Correctional Officer Stress
Do Jails Play a Role in Improving Offender Outcomes
Trends in Sentencing and Corrections
When Corrections Fail: The persistence of political misperceptions
Corrections and its Place in Criminal Justice
Research and Evaluation on Institutional Corrections
Prisoners Series – Bureau of Justice Statistics
Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) – Prison inmate characteristics
Criminal Justice Facts | The Sentencing Project

Video Presentations and Conference Proceedings
NOW on PBS 419 Prisons for Profit
UC Berkeley – Prison Labor
Georgia Public Policy Foundations – Prison Overcrowding
Vanderbilt University – Is Solitary Confinement a Living Death Penalty?
UC Berkeley – Restorative Justice
California State University – Prison: Los Angeles County
UCLA – Gangs and Prisons
The Wright Institute – Solitary Confinement and Mental Health, Part 1
The Wright Institute – Solitary Confinement and Mental Health, Part 2
UC Berkeley – The Prison: A Sign of Democracy?
UC Berkeley – The New Death Penalty: Life without Parole
Stanford Law School Three Strikes Project
The Historic Rise in Life Sentences in America
Ending Mass Incarceration:
Three Reforms to Revive the Right to Counsel
Crime, Cost, and Consequences
Lifer Parole Recidivism Report
The State of Sentencing 2012
The Anatomy of Discretion: An Analysis of Prosecutorial Decision Making,
Three Strikes: The Wrong Way to Justice
Report to Congress Mandatory Minimum Penalties in the Federal Criminal Justice System
Annual Report to the United States Sentencing Commission – 2011
Life Without Parole A Reconsideration
Cocaine and Federal Sentencing Policy
A Primer: Three Strikes – The Impact After More Than a Decade