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The use of the Mental Health Pretrial Release Program (MHPTR) by the Orange County Jail, in order to identify those individuals with mental illness
“This guide is organized around policymakers’ common questions about people with mental illnesses under community corrections supervision and the t
“This report articulates 10 essential elements for all probation interventions that involve people with mental illnesses, regardless of the particu
While this guide is written for police departments, sheriff’s offices should find it helpful for developing approaches to interacting with mentally
“This white paper presents a shared framework for reducing recidivism and behavioral health problems among individuals under correctional control o
This study’s purpose was to “determine the extent to which people on probation and parole contribute to the demands on the resources of local law e
“The goal of this project is to make existing research and practices accessible while encouraging learners to ask the right questions at the right
Access to eight fact sheets “on topics related to crime victims and victims’ needs throughout the community corrections process” is provided.
“Employment providers are already serving large numbers of individuals released from correctional facilities or who are required to find jobs as co
This special issue of Perspectives is “is dedicated to promoting innovative programs, policies and protocols that improve crime victims’ rights and
The Behavioral Health Framework developed to “help professionals in the corrections and behavioral health systems take a coordinated approach to re
“This brief outlines opportunities for states and local jurisdictions to improve public health and safety outcomes, and reduce spending on correcti
If your agency is looking for ideas on how to provide effective reentry services then this report is a great place to start.
“This webinar discusses the prevalence of traumatic brain injury (TBI) and its implications for the criminal justice system.
The research on “what works” with youth involved in the juvenile justice system has grown substantially in the last two decades.
This report is a great resource for those people looking for ideas on how to reduce statewide recidivism.
"The best way to help prevent a youth’s subsequent contact with the juvenile justice system is to prevent him or her from being involved with the s
"Reducing recidivism is a key indicator of success for juvenile corrections agencies." This interactive map is an excellent resource for finding ou
"This report summarizes the CSG Justice Center’s findings and describes the data-driven policy framework that was provided to state policymakers an
Efforts in West Virginia "to employ a data-driven "justice reinvestment" approach to develop a statewide policy framework that would reduce spendin
Results are presented from "a national survey of stakeholders invested in the successful reentry of adults convicted of sexual offenses ...
"Faced with the most crowded prison system in the nation and overwhelmed probation and parole systems, state leaders in Alabama pursued justice rei
"Faced with a prison system at 159 percent of capacity and expected to grow to 170 percent of capacity by FY2020, state leaders in Nebraska pursued
"An extensive data analysis coupled with over 50 in-person interviews with local and state leaders led to the identification of key recommendations
This report describes efforts of Kansas to implement justice reinvestment-"a data-driven approach designed to reduce corrections spending and reinv
This brief, from the CSG Justice Center, is designed to help state and local officials better support young adults in the justice system.
"These interactive checklists can help state and local officials to assess whether their juvenile justice system’s policies and practices are align
"This report introduces essential elements for responding to people with mental illnesses at the pretrial stage, including decisions about pretrial