Erica Hansen King is a Policy Associate at the Maine Justice Policy Center. Ms. King evaluates correctional programs, delivers coaching, provides training and technical assistance in evidence based practices, and designs organizational and workforce development strategies in corrections, child welfare and other state systems. For over 12 years Ms. King has been a leader in moving innovative programs forward to full implementation. She has designed and implemented successful initiatives impacting a variety of vulnerable populations, including adults and youth who are incarcerated, homeless, in foster care, refugees, underprivileged and/or impacted by mental illness, substance abuse, and developmental disabilities. She provides leadership and project management in collaboration with state and non-profit agencies for juvenile recidivism, organizational effectiveness, gender responsive programming, disproportionate minority contact, correctional program effectiveness and other areas.
|2013||Advancing the Use of CBT with Justice-Involved Women||Book Chapter|
|2011||Connecting to the Community: A Case Study in Women's Resettlement Needs and Experiences||Book Chapter|
|2013||Gender Responsive Correctional Policies in the United States: A Policy Bulletin||Report|
|2014||Gender-Responsive Policy Development in Corrections: What We Know and Roadmaps for Change||Research and Policy Brief|
|2013||Implementing and Sustaining Evidence-Based Practice in Juvenile Justice: A Case Study of a Rural State||Journal Article|
|2012||LGBTI Populations: Their Safety, Your Responsibility||Video|
|2009||Maine's Women Offenders: What Do We Know?||Report|