Webinar Recording and Materials Available for Implementing Gender-Informed Strategies at the Pretrial Stage: Research to Practice
Click here to listen to a recorded version or click here to access the presentation slides for Implementing Gender-Informed Strategies at the Pretrial Stage: Research to Practice, a June 25, 2015 webinar co-sponsored by the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Bureau of Justice Assistance and the National Institute of Corrections featuring:
- Krista Gehring, Ph.D., Assistant Processor, University of Houston-Downtown
- Mary Ellen Still, Director, Dutchess County (NY) Office of Probation and Community Corrections
- Stevyn Fogg, National Resource Center on Justice Involved Women (NRCJIW)
During the session, participants learned:
- About the latest research supporting gender-responsive pretrial risk/needs assessments;
- How to apply evidence-based, gender-responsive tools and practices helpful to achieving better pretrial outcomes for justice-involved women; and
- How to assess and identify areas within their agencies where they may be able to employ gender-responsive strategies at the pretrial stage.
For additional information and resources on pretrial risk/need assessments, email firstname.lastname@example.org.