We are celebrating National Pretrial, Probation, and Parole Supervision (PPPS) Week. This year’s theme focused on restoring trust and creating hope in a criminal justice system greatly impacted by the effects of the pandemic, staffing shortages, lack of resources, and agency budget cuts. This poses the question: how can we strengthen trust in the industry while navigating these barriers?
With correctional facilities lacking the staff, resources, & infrastructure needed to make safe housing decisions, providing inmates with the environment they need can be difficult. Read how the Northpointe Suite's classification management module can help.
Get to know the features of the Northpointe Suite that make it easy to maintain daily operations remotely.
Every team member needs to be responsible for your agency's data quality. That kind of focus requires a fundamental culture shift. Learn how to start making this critical shift at your agency.
Classification Management is proven to prevent litigation exposure by ensuring your correctional facility is adequately meeting inmates’ needs. Learn more about the Northpointe Suite’s classification management tools designed to mitigate risk and protect your facility.
For many, virtual court has become synonymous with remote hearings, but from where we’re sitting, virtual court is so much more. Learn what courts are doing to go fully online and increase access for their communities.
How can such hands-on operations, which are so dependent on human interaction, thrive in a virtual reality?
Clean Slate laws have been a literal lifesaver for many people with a criminal record. Several states have already adopted Clean Slate laws, and more are on the way. What is your state doing, and are you going to be ready?
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?
Far too often, people leave the criminal justice system with the same underlying health and behavioral challenges that contributed to their criminal offenses in the first place. That’s why problem-solving courts are designed to address these underlying problems. But how do we actively maintain all moving pieces to ensure their success?