Meeting

User-Friendly Tools for Improving Criminal Justice Outcomes

Jul. 24, 2016 , 4:00 pm – 5:15 pm
102 C
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    User-Friendly Tools for Improving Criminal Justice Outcomes

    Do you often ask if the investments your county makes in public safety are effective, as well as cost-effective? How do you know if the program or reform is having an impact? This training workshop will feature a criminal justice and cost-benefit analysis expert to discuss tools counties can use to help project future jail populations as well as conduct cost-benefit analyses for pretrial, probation, and jail programs and policies. In addition, county practitioners will discuss their progress and next steps for using these tools in their county justice systems.

    Speakers:

    • Ms. Erin Dalton, Allegheny County, Pa.
    • Hon. Ed Eilert, Johnson County, Kan.
    • Mr. Michael Wilson, Economist and Research Consultant
    • Mr. Robert Sullivan, Johnson County, Kan.
    Do you often ask if the investments your county makes in public safety are effective, as well as cost-effective? How do you know if the program or reform is having an impact?
    2016-07-24
    Meeting
    2016-07-18

Do you often ask if the investments your county makes in public safety are effective, as well as cost-effective? How do you know if the program or reform is having an impact? This training workshop will feature a criminal justice and cost-benefit analysis expert to discuss tools counties can use to help project future jail populations as well as conduct cost-benefit analyses for pretrial, probation, and jail programs and policies. In addition, county practitioners will discuss their progress and next steps for using these tools in their county justice systems.

Speakers:

  • Ms. Erin Dalton, Allegheny County, Pa.
  • Hon. Ed Eilert, Johnson County, Kan.
  • Mr. Michael Wilson, Economist and Research Consultant
  • Mr. Robert Sullivan, Johnson County, Kan.