In October 2019, We attended the meeting of a jail overcrowding taskforce in Indiana where members brainstormed solutions for jail overcrowding. A statement from an officer at the meeting is...
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Despite COVID-19 cases plateauing in many areas, the coronavirus remains a distinct challenge for the criminal justice system.
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During its 25+ years serving survivors and concerned citizens all over the United States, Appriss has set itself apart as an industry leader through VINE, the nation’s first and leading victim notification service. Appriss’ mission is a commitment.
During times of uncertainty, the last thing a company should have to worry about is the stability of its data suppliers and technology partners. Crises, like the COVID-19 pandemic, put organizational core values and resilience to the test.
The criminal justice system faces a unique challenge to contain the spread of COVID-19 as the virus continues to spread throughout the United States. Jails in particular are at a higher risk for spreading COVID-19.
Background screeners must maintain an intricate balance between several critical expectations: reducing risk for organizations across the U.S. remaining in compliance with federal, state, and local regulations delivering records expeditiously.
Businesses have always looked to improve safety and reduce risk around their workplace. Indeed, ensuring safe facilities for both employees and customers is foundational to any commercial enterprise. “Safety” can mean different things for different.