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National Police Week (5/15/2016) (04/28/2016)
This year’s National Police Week will takes place May 15-21, 2016. See the Law Enforcement section of CrimeSolutions.gov for access to reviews and ratings of programs and practices that focus on law enforcement and policing strategies.
National Correctional Officers’ Week (5/1/2016) (04/28/2016)
The National Correctional Officers and Employees Week, May 1-7, 2016, honors the work of correctional officers and correctional personnel nationwide.  See the Corrections & Reentry section of CrimeSolutions.gov for access to reviewed and rated topical programs and practices.
Mental Health Awareness Month (5/1/2016) (04/28/2016)
This year’s theme for the Mental Health Awareness Month is Life with a Mental Illness.  There are a number of reviews and ratings on programs and practices in this area on the Victims & victimization, Health & Mental Health section of CrimeSolutions.gov.
Integrating Evidence-based Practice and Practice-based Evidence (April 19, 2016) (04/26/2016)
Read more on the value of integrating evidence-based practice and practice-based evidence from Dr. Howard Spivak, Deputy Director and Chief of Staff for the National Institute of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, US Department of Justice and Dr. Nicole Allen, Associate Professor, University of Illinois Urbana Champaign.
National Reentry Week (April 25-29, 2016) (04/15/2016)
Over 650,000 people are release from prison every year.  Reentry programs aim to reduce offender recidivism and successfully reintegrate an offender back into the community. Reentry efforts often begin in prison and transition into the community once a prisoner is released. Typically, reentry services include case management and assistance with housing, education, employment, healthcare, and substance abuse.  To find evidenced-based programs and practices  focused on reentry, explore the CrimeSolutions.gov’s Corrections & Reentry, Reentry/Release, Topic page.
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