Watch Video: Improving Outcomes for Justice-Involved Youth
Timothy McNutt, Director of ILR’s Criminal Justice and Employment Initiative, moderates the Yang Tan Institute’s Y-ReCONNECTS panel to promote systemic change to improve outcomes for justice-impacted youth with intellectual, developmental, and other disabilities.
A criminal record or criminal history is a list of your contacts with the criminal justice system. Your state will have a state RAP sheet that records all contacts with the state criminal justice system.
It is important that you know your criminal record so that you can accurately answer questions on a job application and discuss your record with an employer. Learn helpful tips to discuss your record with an employer.
If you have a criminal record, there are remedies available to you depending on the state where your criminal record is located. These remedies may range from certificates that indicate your rehabilitation to expunging your record.