General Corrections Technology

Corrections Tech 2020: Technological Trends in Custodial and Community Corrections – IJIS Institute, 2017

This IJIS Institute white paper is a survey of technological trends, current and potential, which are likely to impact the corrections environment in the next 3-5 years. The aim is to provide a ‘one-stop’ high-level overview for the leadership of correctional agencies and their information technology organizations, to help understand how these capabilities are evolving and to anticipate where technology may be applied to address current and future business problems. The paper strives to include both existing technologies that could be adapted or extended to serve the correctional mission, and areas where new technologies may be needed to address gaps.

Fact Sheet: Trends in U.S. Corrections – The Sentencing Project – 2017
The Sentencing Project's key fact sheet provides a compilation of major developments in the criminal justice system over the past several decades.

The Corrections Technology Resource Center (CTRC)
This page provides corrections and law enforcement professionals with a secure environment for sharing information and exchanging ideas. The site contains information on legal, technology and procurement issues as well as research, news reports, and more.

Cutting Edge Corrections: Using Technology to Improve Community Supervision in Texas — Texas Public Policy Foundation, 2014 (PDF)
This policy brief makes recommendations regarding how innovative use of technology can enhance community supervision.

Fostering Innovation in Community and Institutional Corrections (PDF)
This report presents the results of the Corrections Advisory Panel, a group convened in fiscal year 2014 as part of the NLECTC Priority Criminal Justice Needs Initiative to identify current challenges and innovation needs in both community and institutional corrections in the United States.

Field Search
Field Search software provides non-technical criminal justice personnel with a free yet powerful tool to quickly and efficiently search a target computer and create a detailed report of findings.

Contact:
JTIC
Joe Russo,
Corrections Technology Coordinator
jrusso@du.edu