Osborne’s NYCIP Resource Toolkit
RESOURCES ON VISITING
RESOURCES ON CHILDREN OF INCARCERATED PARENTS
A report and implementation toolkit on a model policy from the International Association of the Chiefs of Police, in conjunction with the Bureau of Justice Assistance.
Join our #WordsMatter campaign to use humanizing language to refer to PEOPLE and PARENTS who are incarcerated or have come home, and replace "visitation" with "visits" or "visiting" (visitation is a term used by systems that separate families or in religious contexts). Download the pdf here.
Join us in using humanizing and child-friendly language when speaking about visiting an incarcerated loved one at a correctional facility. Families “visit.” Systems that separate families – criminal justice, child welfare, immigration – use the term “visitation.” Download the pdf here.