It’s not enough to simply have workflow functionality; your team needs a robust tool that’s specifically designed to move cases through their caseflow efficiently. How can you tell the difference?
Person-centered justice is so important for individuals and communities. Learn more about person-centered justice and how to do it effectively in a case-centered world.
Mental illness among justice-involved individuals continues to be top-of-mind for justice professionals across the country. Regardless of where your jurisdiction is in your journey toward prioritizing mental health care, there’s a lot to be learned from others.
Data is coming and going through your agency at astounding rates and that data-sharing is an essential part of the justice process.
Best Practice: Ensure you’re seamlessly exchanging data with other agencies and jurisdictions, and make sure your team can use the data you receive.
Best Practice: Focus on the mechanics of what your team can DO with your tool and how efficiently they can work.
Best Practice: Prioritize file storage. It’s the least glamorous and most critical investment you can make in your team’s productivity … and aspirin consumption.
Prosecutor Jonathan Meyer and the team in Lewis County, Wash., are working to keep people with serious mental illnesses out of jail and in contact with the community resources they need.
Best Practice: Prioritize information access, and build your processes accordingly. Here are four ways your team can prioritize information access and find things faster.
Best Practice: Automate tasks whenever possible to capitalize on your team’s knowledge and skills, allowing them to focus on the critical elements of their job.