Does the US really incarcerate more people than any other country in the world?
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|Scope of the Issue
|Does the US really incarcerate more people than any other country in the world?
|How has the number of people incarcerated in the US changed over time?
|How many people are arrested each year in the US?
|Why are there such stark racial and economic inequities in incarceration in the US?
|What role do jails play in mass incarceration?
|How many people are on probation or parole?
|How many women are incarcerated in the US?
|Section 1 Quiz
|What proportion of people who are incarcerated have health and mental health concerns?
|What proportion of people who are incarcerated have substance use disorders?
|Co-occurence of mental health and substance use disorders in people who were arrested
|How are biomedical scientists re-envisioning how the justice system responds to the opioid crisis?
|Pregnant women and substance use disorder
|Nora’s blog: Pregnant people with substance use disorders need treatment, not criminalization
|Section 2 Quiz
|"We Are Just Kids"
|How many parents are incarcerated in the US?
|How many children have a parent incarcerated in jail or prison in the US?
|Where do children live during parental incarceration?
|Parental incarceration as an adverse childhood experience
|What child outcomes are associated with parental incarceration?
|Is parental incarceration ever helpful for children?
|Does parental incarceration affect children differently depending on the child’s age at the time of the experience?
|What is associated with increased stress for children with incarcerated parents?
|A parent’s arrest, even if it does not lead to incarceration, can also be challenging for children
|Racial Inequities in Arrests
|Stressors associated with parental justice system involvement
|Stressors and recidivism
|Resilience processes for children are more likely when ...
|From Stigma to Support
|Studies on stigma and incarceration
|The language that we use
|Can you change your thinking?
|Sesame Street in Communities
|Listening to youth voices
|What can HBCD teams do to support justice-involved families in research?
|How policies can respond to parental incarceration
|Section 4 Quiz