Data Driven Justice (DDJ) is a project of the National Association of Counties that supports local jurisdictions in using data to better align resources to respond to people in crisis, particularly those who are frequent utilizers of justice, health and human services systems. This series of issue briefs outlines different roles and duties in establishing and maintaining DDJ in communities as outlined in the Data Driven Justice Playbook.
- Download Coordinators Brief
- Download Probation Brief
- Download Elected Officials Brief
- Download IT Brief
- Download Law Enforcement Brief
- Download Social Services Brief