What NCCJD Does
The Arc’s National Center on Criminal Justice and Disability (NCCJD) is a national center dedicated to pursuing systemic reform at the intersection of criminal justice and disability, with a focus on intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD). Depending on available resources, NCCJD also tries to help in individual cases involving:
- A person with an I/DD;
- Criminal charges or a criminal justice issue; and
- A request for services or information about accommodations in the criminal justice system.
To request assistance for yourself or someone else, or to request training or technical assistance on criminal justice and disability, please fill out our form. If you need a disability-related accommodation to make your request, please email NCCJDinfo@thearc.org with a description of the requested accommodation(s).