Library

This Reading Room contains documents specifically identified for inclusion by the Electronic FOIA Amendments of 1996, Pub. L. No. 104-231, as well as many other documents of general interest.

File Namesort descending Overview
Impact of Different Pretrial Detentions on Defendants and Its Implications for Evidence-Based Practice (Urban Institute, 2010)
Impact of Pre-Release Planning on Supervision Outcomes: A Pilot Pre-Release Program for Women Released from the Bureau of Prisons (CSOSA, 2010)
Impact of the Re-Entry and Sanction Center on Recidivism (Capella University, 2008)
Influence of Leader-Member Exchange (LMX) on Organizational Commitment in a Probation/Parole Agency (Nyack College, 2010)
Initial Detention and Subsequent Release FY15
Initial Detention and Subsequent Release in the District of Columbia FY 2013-14 Report of Findings
Initial Detention and Subsequent Release in the District of Columbia FY 2013-14 Report of Findings-Cover Letter
Initial Detention and Subsequent Release in the District of Columbia|FY 2012 Report of Findings

This report presents findings from a PSA study examining the rates at which defendants are detained following initial appearance in the Superior Court of the District of Columbia and United States District Court for the District of Columbia, and the rates at which these defendants are subsequently released prior to disposition. This is the sixth publication of the results from this study, with the first results having been published for FY 2007.

It's About Results, Not Money

Article published September 4, 2014 by PSA Director Cliff Keenan discussing how other jurisdictions can accomplish much of what PSA does in administering pretrial justice.

Juvenile and Criminal Justice System Data Indicators Project (CSOSA) (Vera Institute, 2010)
Juvenile and Criminal Justice System Data Indicators Project (PSA) (Vera Institute, 2010)
Life After Drugs: Drug Czar Botticelli Speaks at Drug Court Graduation
Management Review of Defendants' Opinion of Treatment Services Delivery (PSA, 2007)
Mapping Network: An Action-Research Partnership (Urban Institute, 2005)
Media Policy-JPS 1200
MOU PSA-USCP-DCAG-Breath Alcohol Testing-January 2017

MOU among the United States Capitol Police (USCP), Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia (OAG), and PSA for quality assurance review of breath alcohol testing program.

MOU: Quality Assurance for Breath Alcohol Testing

PSA’s Office of Forensic Toxicology Services agrees to provide annual quality assurance reviews of the Drager Alcotest 9510 breathalyzer used  by the United States Capitol Police (USCP) in support of USCP breath alcohol cases prosecuted in the District of Columbia by the Office of the Attorney General (OAG).

NADCP Adult Drug Court Best Practices Standards
Network Security Policy-JPS 2011
Non-Professional Relationship-PS 1007

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