The full collection of resources available through the Data-Driven Justice Resource Library is provided here, including information on building community support, identifying high utilizers, using and sharing data, diverting to what, strengthening the pretrial system, funding and sustainability and webinars/call logs/other events. Learning from experts and peers is an important part of developing, planning, implementing and scaling successful data-driven justice strategies that address the needs of individuals who repeatedly cycle through jails, emergency rooms, shelters and other services and those who can safely remain in the community pending trial. Community leaders are encouraged to use these resources when pursing and launching data-driven justice initiatives in order to more effectively serve their community.
Developed by the National Neighborhood Indicators Partnership (NNIP) as part of the lessons it has learned by working at the local-level to develop data systems that can monitor the education, health, housing, economic opportunity and public safety conditions of small communities, this resource identifies the common elements of data sharing agre
On this Data-Driven Justice call learn how one county created a successful data-sharing environment by establishing a governance structure, creating a mission statement, values and goals, designing a project charter and using data agreements to support the use of analytical tools to improve decision-making across health and justice systems.
This workbook—including team exercises, worksheets and action plan template—is designed to guide communities through the development of their strategies to share data across systems. Teams are encouraged to work through the exercises first, followed by the worksheets and then the action plan.
This MOU is between the Gila County Jail and the Regional Behavioral Health Authority (RBHA), which is contracted to coordinate the delivery of behavioral health and acute care services for the county.
On this Data-Driven Justice call learn how analytical and mapping tools are helping local governments develop a better understanding of the crossover between health, human services and justice systems, and how these tools can aid in developing policy and deploying resources.