On June 17, NACo hosted its first Data-Driven Justice (DDJ) Criminal Justice Peer Engagement Group quarterly call to introduce the peer engagement group and provide a forum for DDJ members to share the work they are doing to serve people who are frequently utilizing their health, human services and justice systems.
All DDJ community members are welcome to join the Criminal Justice Peer Engagement Group!
This group is composed of individuals whose primary responsibilities involve managing, coordinating or executing various aspects of justice administration and law enforcement, including police, courts, corrections, diversion and reentry. Engagement topics may include law enforcement and crisis response, implementing and evaluating interventions for frequent utilizers, cross-sector collaboration, data collection and sharing and diversion strategies, among other topics. Examples of participants may include:
- Reentry personnel,
- Probation and community corrections personnel,
- Attorneys and judges,
- Law enforcement officers and police chiefs, and
- Sheriffs and jail administrators.
To join future calls of the DDJ Criminal Justice Peer Engagement group, fill out the form below.
Data-Driven Justice (DDJ) is a project of the National Association of Counties (NACo) and Arnold Ventures that aims to support local jurisdictions in using data to better align resources to respond to people experiencing a behavioral health crisis, particularly those who are frequent utilizers of justice, health and human services systems. Find out more and join.