Until after World War I, it was the only adult correctional facility in the state.
Understanding and practicing the skills needed for daily living are tremendously important, especially in today’s economic climate.
MRT is an evidence-based, cognitive behavioral intervention.
Cases coded as “Moderate” contain several indicators of human trafficking, or resemble common trafficking scenarios but lack core details of force, fraud, or coercion.
The Nebraska State Penitentiary (NSP) located in Lincoln, Nebraska is the oldest state correctional facility in Nebraska, opening in 1869.
The program uses role playing to concentrate on changing the criminogenic thinking of offenders.
The Transformation Project is a prisoner transition and reentry program aimed at promoting positive inmate behavior during incarceration and preparing participants for transition back into the community.
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Anger Management is available to individuals demonstrating high risk/high needs related to anger.
It is facilitated by correctional staff members and operated by group members.
The program targets criminal thinking and reduces the risk of recidivism.
This pilot program will provide individuals assigned to longer term restrictive housing (LTRH) status access to trained peer mentors from general population inmates, as a means to aid them in transitioning to general population and increasing their chances of succeeding.