Successful reintegration into the community starts with you. Here’s what your team can do to make a difference for individuals long after they’ve left your jail.
Rather than thinking about risk management and corrective intervention as competing ideologies, it’s time to start thinking about them as different approaches that work together to enhance success.
Read Greg’s interview with Josh Carey, Jail Commander in Hamilton County, Indiana, to find out how his team has kept the jail COVID-free.
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.
When (not if) fentanyl makes its way into your jail, what can you do to keep staff and inmates safe? Here are a few ways to start.
All justice reforms have to be a collaborative effort. When states approach overcrowding not just from the supervision side, but also from the legislative side, they see very positive results.
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.