Multi-Agency Partnerships

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Article 1 – Corrections Data Missing
Author: National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Center
Description: An article from TECH b.e.a.t.

Article 2 – Building Stable and Effective Coalition
Author: Ronald Braithwaite
Description: PowerPoint presentation from the National African American Drug Policy Coalition 2nd Annual National Drug Policy Summit.

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Article 1 – Role of Local Government in Community Safety
Authors: International Centre for the Prevention of Crime, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention.
Description: This article examines programs that illustrate framework success when adapted to the specific needs of a community.

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Article 1 – Multi-Agency Public Protection Arrangements: Guidance for youth offending teams
Author: Youth Justice Board for England and Wales
Description: This guidance outline changes to Multi-Agency Public Protection Arrangements and sets out youth offending team responsibilities regarding young offenders who present a risk of serious harm to others.

Article 2 – Topics in Community Corrections
Author: None Listed
Description: Annual Issue 2001: Collaboration, An Essential Strategy.

Article 3 – The Importance of collaborative Leadership in Achieving Effective Criminal Justice Outcomes
Author: Madeline M. Carter
Description: Short article from the Center for Effective Public Policy.

Article 4 – Improving Prison and Probation Services: Public Value Partnerships
Author: National Offender Management Service
Description: This document sets out initial intentions for creating lasting public value partnerships.

Article 5 – Lewisham Restorative Approaches Partnership
Author: Cathy Warren
Description: This report examines the progress of Lewisham’s Restorative Approaches Partnership in its work in schools.

Article 6 – Understanding Community Justice Partnerships: Testing a Conceptual Framework and Foundations for Measurement.
Authors: Caterina Gouvis Roman, Ashley Wolff, Susan Jenkins
Description: This report summarizes the findings from the study, presents a detailed conceptual framework for assessing and evaluating partnerships, and discusses techniques and tools for measurement of framework components. Not full article.

Article 7 – Guidelines for Juvenile Information Sharing
Authors: Jennifer Mankey, Patricia Baca, Stephanie Rondenell, Marilyn Webb, Denise McHugh
Description: OJJDP Report

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Article 1 – Promoting System Integration and Coordination
Author: Report of the Re-Entry Policy Council
Description: Policy Statement ; Promote the integration of systems sufficient to ensure continuity of care, supervision, and effective service delivery.

Article 2 – Measuring Outcomes and Evaluating the Impact of a Re-Entry Initiative
Author: Report of the Re-Entry Policy Council
Description: Policy Statement 6; Employ process and outcome evaluation methods to bring clarity to a program’s mission, goals, and public value as well as to assess and improve program implementation, efficiency, and effectiveness.

Article 3 – Educating the Public About the Re-Entry Population
Author: Report of the Re-Entry Policy Council
Description: Policy Statement 7; Educate the public about the risks posed by and the needs of the re-entry population, and the benefits of successful initiatives to public safety and the community in general.

Article 4 – Collaboration and Leadership in juvenile detention reform
Author: Kethleen Feely
Description: From Pathways to Juvenile Detention Reform.

Article 5 – Getting in Sync: State-Local Fiscal Partnerships for Public Safety
Authors: Mary Shilton, Neil Westfield, Adam Gelb, Jake Horowitz, Richard Gerome
Description: Public Safety Policy Brief; part of a series of primers for policy makers about the critical choices they face in developing strategies to improve the public safety return on taxpayer dollars.

Article 6 – Reentry: A Strategy for Safe Streets and Neighborhoods
Article: Jon S. Corzine
Description: This reentry plan includes strategies for reducing the recidivism rates of ex-inmates by enhancing efforts that foster successful reintegration.

Article 7 – Offender Reentry Initiative: Recommended Criteria for the Community Transition Coordination Networks
Author: Washington State Institute for Public Policy
Description: This report descries the criteria developed by the author for use during the grant application process of CTCN.

Article 8 – Statement to the Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism, and Homeland Security
Author: Judge Steve Leifman
Description: Statement concerning criminal justice responses to offenders with mental illnesses.

Article 9 – Cities Without Drugs
Author: Office of National Drug Control Policy
Description: The Major Cities Guide to Reducing Substance Abuse in Your Community.

Article 10 – Law Enforcement/Mental Health Partnership Program
Author: Bureau of Justice Assistance
Description: Discussion of the new program to help law enforcement officials learn more about the array of promising practices emerging across the country.

Article 11 – Violent Crime Impact Tams (VCIT) Initiative: Focus on Partnerships
Authors: David Chapman, Cynthia Pappas
Description: Overview of VCIT and successful implementation from the COPS initiative.

Article 12 – Collaboration and Leadership in juvenile detention reform.
Author: Kathleen Feely
Description: Same article as

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Article 1 – The Importance of Collaborative Leadership in Achieving Effective Criminal Justice Outcomes
Author: Madeline M. Carter
Description: A short article on leadership.