Using Technology to Improve Service Delivery in the Justice System

Past Event
October 27, 2020, 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm

Hosted by The Council of State Governments Justice Center and the Justice Management Institute with funding support from the U.S. Department of Justice’s Bureau of Justice Assistance

Jurisdictions across the country are seeking ways to better understand their criminal justice populations and use that information to improve the administration of justice. Criminal justice coordinating councils (CJCCs) are often well positioned to enable data collection and sharing to drive informed decision-making. Featuring three localities with CJCCs, this webinar will explore how a jurisdiction can get started with the daunting task of mapping data systems to create more cohesion; share examples of data dashboards; and explain how data can be used to better address the needs of people who are frequently in contact with the criminal justice system, social services, and emergency rooms.


  • Jojo Liu, Director, Criminal Justice Advisory Council, Salt Lake County, Utah, Mayor’s Office of Criminal Justice Initiatives
  • Kellie McBride, Director, Criminal Justice Services, Lewis and Clark County, Montana
  • Tucker Samuelsen, Management Analyst, Salt Lake County, Utah, Mayor’s Office of Criminal Justice Initiatives
  • Ta’Mara Silver, Analyst, Las Vegas, Nevada, Metropolitan Police Department
  • Mark Stovell, Senior Policy Analyst, The Council of State Governments Justice Center
  • Robin Wosje, Senior Program Manager, Justice Management Institute

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