The NIJ Corrections Technology Program identifies or develops and demonstrates affordable, reliable and easy to install, use and maintain technology, and has two main components: Institutional Corrections and Community Corrections. A secondary goal is transfer to practitioners.
Selection and Implementation Guides for Corrections Technology - Development of a research initiative with the outcome being a “User Guides” outlining correctional technologies; how it can be applied; implementation issues; the costs of establishing this capability; and what benefits can be achieved.
The National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Center (NLECTC) provides the Law Enforcement & Corrections Technology News Summary as a service to law enforcement, corrections and forensic science practitioners. The summary includes abstracts of articles from major national newspapers, business magazines, websites, national and international wire services, and periodicals focusing on law enforcement and corrections technology.
Please note that providing synopses of articles on law enforcement and corrections technology or the mention of specific manufacturers or products does not constitute the endorsement of the U.S. Department of Justice or NLECTC.
Reproduction of this text is encouraged; however copies may not be sold, and the NLECTC Law Enforcement & Corrections Technology News Summary should be cited as the source of the information.
Stories regarding the topic of "Corrections":
These are presentations from various NIJ or NLECTC sponsored events on the topic of Corrections:
The publication resources located here represent publications that have resulted from NIJ funding, from NLECTC projects or from other Department of Justice programs or offices.
Corrections Technology Resource Center (CTRC)
- Formerly Electronic Monitoring Resource Center (EMRC)