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Using Front End Interventions To Achieve Public Safety And Healthy Communities

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033157
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The symposium highlighted promising law enforcement, prosecutorial, and judicial interventions at the pretrial stage and promoted dialogue among justice practitioners on how front-end interventions could fit within an evidence-based, harm reduction-focused criminal justice framework. As illustrated above, participants at the symposium learned about and considered various alternative approaches to increasing public safety and addressing health issues facing their communities. They also shared their experiences with—and perspectives on—implementing front-end interventions in their own jurisdictions.

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Publication Year: 
2017
Length: 
46 pages
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National Institute of Corrections (NIC) (Washington, DC)
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