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Multijurisdictional

This "guide spells out a practical team-based approach to envisioning the kind of criminal justice system a community wants, assessing the current system, and planning and implementing strategies for 'getting it right'" (p.ix). Five sections comprise this manual: an overview of a comprehensive planning process; establishing the policy team and the process; keeping the focus on outcomes; building an understanding of your system; and moving from understanding to change.

Getting It Right: Collaborative Problem Solving for Criminal Justice Cover

“This report is designed to help collaborating organizations anticipate and address the most common challenges associated with multi-agency performance management systems” (p. 6). Individuals in agencies that are collaborating to reach the same ends can find great strategies for strengthening their bonds and reaching success. This guide includes these sections: introduction; getting started; making it work; using data to improve the initiative; and sustaining the system.

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

This brief describes the accomplishments to date and agenda moving forward for this group. “The Cabinet-level Reentry Council is working to enhance community safety and well-being, assist those returning from prison and jail becoming productive citizens, and save taxpayers dollars by lowering the direct and collateral costs of incarceration” (p. 1).

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