If COVID has taught us anything, it’s that we’re far more capable, adaptable, and resilient than we ever imagined. Moving forward, what we’ve also learned is that we can keep everyone in the facility safer and healthier by thinking a little differently about our technology.
For most justice practitioners, finding ways to help justice-involved people with mental health issues is a daily struggle. The Northpointe Suite can help.
When you think about Northpointe, what comes to mind first? The COMPAS assessment? Our decision tree? Classification? There’s so much more to The Northpointe Suite.
Research suggests between two-thirds and three-fourths of youth in juvenile detention facilities have one or more mental health and/or substance abuse issues. What are juvenile facilities and their jurisdictions doing to help get youth the services they need?
Since your jail is most likely the largest mental health care provider in your community, it’s imperative that you understand the needs of those who are in your custody.
Pretrial procedures, bail reform, release standards, and more are highly localized to your state and jurisdiction. Shouldn’t your pretrial technology be localized as well?
Change comes slowly in jails. We know – our team members average 20+ years of experience working in corrections, and we’ve seen it all. So, what’s new? What’s on the horizon for jails?
We work with our partners to provide the technology they need to make data-driven decisions throughout their juvenile justice process. Read the top 5 ways to start using technology to affect change.