This report explains how information sharing positively impacts justice reform by improving decisions, accountability and efficiency of services.
This issue paper presents three case studies showing how predictive analytics is being used by hybrid health and criminal justice systems.
The purpose of this policy and procedure is to establish guidelines for the management information systems that are used throughout the Wyoming Department of Corrections (WDOC) for the storage, retrieval, dissemination and use of regular reports of inmate/offender information, including evaluation and research.
This two-part series discussing issues and developments in the use of information technologies by inmates and offenders in the community.
This toolkit assists jurisdictions in implementing information and data sharing initiatives that support juvenile justice reform initiatives.
This website is an interactive technology and practice taxonomy that helps in identifying and categorizing potential corrections innovations.
This resource was designed to enable correctional entities to comply with HIPAA and 42 CFR Part 2 in the receipt or sharing of PHI.
This brief takes the ten most common myths about justice-health information sharing and explains the realities behind them.
This white-paper provides an understanding of the corrections domain and the overall value of the vast amount of information available.
Opportunities for Information Sharing to Enhance Health and Public Safety Outcomes: A Report by the Criminal Justice and Health Collaboration Project, Version 1
This report identifies 34 potential information exchanges and provides a blueprint for implementing effective justice-health information exchanges.