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.
This memorandum of understanding is an example of how county departments and local law enforcement agencies can formalize their involvement in a diversion program, including specifying the sharing and using of data as part of each entity's responsbility and committment.
On this Data-Driven Justice call learn about the federal work group that is committed to supporting the work of DDJ on the ground, including opportunities and resources that are available from the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).
On this Data-Driven Justice call learn from three counties about their successes and challenges with taking their DDJ strategy into 2017. Also, learn about Loom, the data-sharing platform that has been developed to improve the operational and policy outcomes of DDJ.
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) is frequently characterized as a barrier to implementing a smarter, more data-driven approach to diverting the high-utilizer population and providing treatment and services. The U.S.
This presentation from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMSHA) discusses diversion opportunities specifically designed for veterans, including using the Sequential Intercept Model to identify alternatives to arrest and post-arrest strategies.
On this Data-Driven Justice call learn from the U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness about the role of health care and Medicaid-covered services in supporting formerly homeless individuals who reside in supportive housing achieve independence and stability.