In 2022, CSG Justice Center staff are providing intensive technical assistance in Iowa by collecting and analyzing available data and conducting a comprehensive assessment of community supervision practices. CSG Justice Center staff will also assist in developing appropriate policy recommendations on whether the state should continue or enhance revocation-reduction efforts and whether specific resources are needed in addition to any administrative or legislative recommendations that enhance officers’ ability to successfully supervise clients in the community.
CSG Justice Center staff began providing intensive technical assistance in 2020 that resulted in Justice Reinvestment legislation enacted in May 2021 that focuses on diverting people convicted of drug offenses and improving supervision by strengthening evidence-based practices.
In 2021 and 2022, CSG Justice Center staff provided intensive technical assistance in Minnesota to help state and local leaders identify solutions grounded in data and research to make Minnesota’s criminal justice system more effective, fair, and equitable.
In 2022, CSG Justice Center staff are providing intensive technical assistance in New Hampshire by conducting extensive data analysis of case-level data from county jails as well as Medicaid claims data from the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS). State leaders will receive data-driven recommendations in late 2022 for administrative policy and practice changes that address the individual needs of people with mental illnesses, substance use disorders, or co-occurring disorders in both community and correctional settings.