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.
To make an informed and defensible decision about your agency’s use of an assessment tool, here are the top three questions to consider.
Captain Brad Rogers from the Elkhart County Sheriff’s department in Elkhart, Indiana discusses how mental health at the correctional facility is prioritized to keep staff and inmates safer.
Host Sue Humphreys talks with Paul Wormeli on how Integration and collaboration are key to solving justice problems.
It’s time to re-think your assessment strategy. Even the most assessment-savvy agencies are losing precious minutes on non-essential assessment questions, and saving your team that extra five or more minutes is easier than you think.
Risk level and supervision level don’t match up on a clean 1:1 basis, and it’s up to supervision professionals to understand the nuances of each to make appropriate supervision decisions.
Best Practice: When designing or refining processes, take time to focus on each specific role and what it entails.
Greg Eash sits down with Wayne Dickey, jail administrator at the Brazos County Sheriff’s Office to learn about their successes, challenges, and what’s next for their jail.
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.
Treatment courts are the single most successful intervention in our nation’s history for leading people living with substance use and mental health disorders out of the justice system and into lives of recovery and stability.