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Intergovernmental relations

Criminal Justice Coordinating Committees

Materials to assist criminal justice planning staff in developing their own ideas and tools for analysis and reporting, and to facilitate the cross-jurisdictional sharing of information among staff.

Federal Interagency Reentry Council: A Record of Progress and a Roadmap for the Future

This report reviews The Council’s accomplishments and a roadmap for its future. It coordinates and leverages existing federal resources for reentry.

Policy Implications of Police-Probation/Parole Partnerships: A Review of the Empirical Literature

This article examines the benefits and challenges of interagency collaboration between law enforcement and community corrections. 

The Value of Criminal Justice Coordinating Councils in Wisconsin

This video explains the use of Criminal Justice Coordinating Councils (CJCCs) in Wisconsin.

Guidelines for Developing a Criminal Justice Coordinating Committee

This guide describes the implementation of a CJCC, and explains how a CJCC can alleviate jail crowding and accomplish other system improvements.

Guidelines for Staffing a Local Criminal Justice Coordinating Committee

The guide offers practical advice for planning CJCC staffing by describing the important things to do when addressing system-wide issues.

Using Data in Multi-Agency Collaborations: Guiding Performance to Ensure Accountability and Improve Programs

This report helps collaborating organizations anticipate and address the most common challenges associated with multi-agency performance management systems.

Increasing Collaboration Between Corrections and Mental Health Organizations: Orange County Case Study

The use of the Mental Health Pretrial Release Program (MHPTR) by the Orange County Jail is discussed.

Getting It Right: Collaborative Problem Solving for Criminal Justice

This guide spells out a practical team-based approach to planning and implementing the kind of criminal justice system a community wants.

Implementing Evidence-Based Principles in Community Corrections: Collaboration for Systemic Change in the Criminal Justice System

This report explains the use of collaboration to implement an integrated system reform model.

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