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.
Hear stories about data research at Measures for Justice and get advice for how your agency can start moving toward greater transparency and positive change.
Best Practice: When designing or refining processes, take time to focus on each specific role and what it entails.
Using data to support decisions is critical at every single stage of justice, and we have to be able to rely on the quality of the data we’re using to make the best decisions possible.
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As you’re working to reopen, reschedule, or ramp up operations, here are a few ways you can help your team stay healthy and do their best work.
Mental illness is being criminalized, and it’s up to everyone involved in the justice system to stop it.
Host Sue Humphreys welcomes the Honorable Judge Anthony Capizzi to talk about juvenile justice, the role of the court, and how alternative interventions are sparking positive change.