Microsites are websites that contain content focused around a specific topic. NIC has decided that there is too much content on some of the topics below to make it a part of the main website, so we've broken it out into its own micro-website. There are a number of distinct advantages to micro-sites:
- They can have their own branding (look and feel) so that you always know where you are.
- Site search in micro-sites only searches content on that site.
- Content can continue to be added and enriched over time to continue to add value.
- You can enrich a microsite over time and add to its value by continuing to add content.
Guidelines for Developing a Criminal Justice Coordinating Council
Community Corrections Collaborative Network
Community Corrections Academic Resources
Correctional Industries Reentry Strategies
Corrections Environmental Scan
Desktop Guide to Quality Practice for Working with Youth in Confinement
Evidence-Based Decision Making
Health Reform and Public Safety
Justice Involved Women Programs
Justice Involved Veterans
LGBTI Policy Review and Development Guide
NIC Resource Package
Norval Morris Program on Corrections Innovation
Offender Reentry: The Value of Victim Involvement
Thinking for a Change 4.0, Curriculum (Login Required)
Transition from Jail to Community
Working with Victims of Crime
NIC Virtual Conference