Reducing Justice Involvement For People with Mental Illness.
An Assessment of Program Sustainability in Three BJA Criminal Justice Domains
Collecting and Using Data: Key Considerations
Data Points to Track for Intercept 1: Law Enforcement
Data tracking self assessment
"The Elected Official's Toolkit for Jail Reentry"
Evaluating an Evidence-based Program
A Guide to Program Evaluation
"How to collect and analyze data: A Manual for Sheriffs and Jail Administrators"
Information Sharing in Criminal Justice-Mental Health Collaborations: Working with HIPAA and Other Privacy Laws (Council of State Governments Justice Center, 2010)
Mental Health and Criminal Justice Intercept Project Report: How Johnson County, Kansas, Used Data to Plan and Map a Systemwide Response
NIJ Director’s Tips for a Successful Proposal
Outcome Measurement: Showing Results in the Nonprofit Sector
Pew-MacArthur Results First Initiative
Process Measures at the Interface Between Justice and Behavioral Health Systems: Advancing Practice and Outcome
Questions to Ask as You Explore the Possible Use of an Intervention
Study Designs for Program Evaluation
Using Data to Inform Practice
"Using Management Information Systems to Locate People with Serious Mental Illness and Co-Occurring Substance Use Disorders in the Criminal Justice System for Diversion"
Venango County Policies and Procedures for Information Sharing and Transport