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Critical Issues in Policing Series: The Police Response to Homelessness

Critical Issues in Policing Series: The Police Response to Homelessness

This publication from the Police Executive Research Forum includes information on problem-solving, innovation, and partnerships in the police response to homelessness, and is built upon stories from law enforcement leaders sharing successes and best practices from their jurisdictions.

Modern Justice: Using Data to Reinvent America’s Crisis Response Systems

Modern Justice: Using Data to Reinvent America’s Crisis Response Systems

This publication from the Laura and John Arnold Foundation examines how public safety personnel, health professionals, and service providers can contribute to solving the problem of Frequent Utilizers—those who cycle in and out of jails, hospitals, shelters, and other social service programs at a startlingly high rate.

Implications of the ACA Medicaid Expansion: A Look at the Data and Evidence

Implications of the ACA Medicaid Expansion: A Look at the Data and Evidence

This issue brief from the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation examines data related to the Medicaid expansion included in the Affordable Care Act, including savings related to offsetting state costs in other areas, including those related to behavioral health services, crime, and the criminal justice system.

Transforming Juvenile Probation: A Vision for Getting It Right

Transforming Juvenile Probation: A Vision for Getting It Right

This report from the Annie E. Casey Foundation presents a vision for transforming juvenile probation into a focused intervention that promotes personal growth, positive behavior change, and long-term success for youth who pose significant risks for committing serious crimes.

5 Ways Juvenile Probation Administrators Can Use Data

This brief from the National Center for Juvenile Justice provides specific examples of how juvenile probation administrators can use aggregate data to improve practices and monitor system improvements.

Baltimore County, Maryland: A Police-Mental Health Collaboration Assessment

Baltimore County, Maryland: A Police-Mental Health Collaboration Assessment

In September 2016, Baltimore County, Maryland’s county executive asked the CSG Justice Center to conduct an independent assessment of its law enforcement and behavioral health collaboration, the Baltimore County Crisis Response System, which helps the county respond to people who have behavioral health needs. This report describes the assessment’s methodology, highlights key findings, and discusses those recommendations and strategies.

Cross-Deputization in Indian Country

Cross-Deputization in Indian Country

This report from the U.S. Department of Justice’s Office of Community Oriented Policing Services examines the jurisdictional and legal limits of cross-deputization and how it has been implemented in various law enforcement agencies in Indian country.