Advancing Fairness and Transparency: National Guidelines for Post-Conviction Risk and Needs Assessment
- Review the FAQ for Legislators
- Request a briefing on the National Guidelines for Post-Conviction Risk and Needs Assessment
- Connect an agency in your state to the project team
Agency Administrators and Practitioners
- Review the executive summary for an overview of the guidelines
- Review the FAQ for Administrators
- Take our self-assessment
- Visit the Public Safety Risk Assessment Clearinghouse
- Request short-term technical assistance
- Sign up to receive updates on the project
Advocates and Members of the Public
- Share the suite of resources with your allies
- Share the suite of resources on your social media accounts
- Sign up to receive updates about the project
Request or Apply for Technical Assistance
Corrections and community supervision agency administrators can maximize technical assistance through commitment to improving the use of post-conviction risk and needs assessments, transparency about processes, and overall willingness to engage, share challenges, and learn with other selected sites.
By participating in technical assistance, state, local, or Tribal jurisdictions will gain status as national leaders promoting the implementation of the guidelines, as well as priority access to peer connections and ongoing engagement, tailored technical assistance, and the opportunity to provide input for additional resources for the field.
Request Level 1 (low-intensity) technical assistance, which includes briefings about the guidelines for elected officials, requests for resources, and general questions.
Apply for Level 2 (moderate-intensity) or Level 3 (high-intensity) technical assistance:
- Learn more about the new technical assistance opportunities.
- Request for Applications
Stay in Touch
The National Guidelines for Post-Conviction Risk and Needs Assessment provide concrete direction for improving the accuracy, fairness, transparency, and communication and use of risk and needs assessment instruments.
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