U.S. Department of Justice

Systemic Criminal Justice Planning: Improving Responses to Women Offenders in Hamilton County, Ohio

Publication year: 2005 | Cataloged on: Oct. 31, 2006

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  • 020872

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  • 2005
  • 15 pages.
Thumbnail preview ANNOTATION: The use of systemic criminal justice planning by Hamilton County (OH) to improve services and programming for women offenders is reviewed. This bulletin is comprised of the following sections: introduction; the systemic planning process; members of the Intermediate Sanctions for Women Offenders Policy Team; steps in the collaborative systemic planning process (chart); how decision mapping works; sample findings and results; the Alternative Interventions for Women (AIW) Treatment Program; and lessons learned. AIW graduates have a 13% new criminal conviction rate and a 6% probation violation resulting in jail time rate.
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