Sometimes the most effective voices for an organization, are the people who have had their lives changed by it. If they’ve been through a lot and want to help the organization, they still need to consider carefully the impact that news coverage can have on their lives and careers.

This is certainly true for treatment court graduates [more]

Media relations can be challenging, even for those working in criminal justice or law enforcement, who interact with journalists regularly and rely on them to inform the public about information. In this July 2017 presentation at the annual conference for the National Association of Drug Court Professionals (NADCP), Ami Neiberger-Miller [more]

If you have ever wondered why you walked out of a media interview feeling mis-quoted and wanted to do something about it, then When the Headline is You: An Insider’s Guide to Handling the Media by Jeff Ansell, is for you. This messaging guide helps public relations professionals and the people they help understand how to talk about [more]

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