In a recent edition of D.C. Public Safety—a production of the Court Services and Offender Supervision Agency of the District of Columbia—features NIC Correctional Program Specialist Lori Eville as she discusses pretrial performance and outcome measurement alongside Spurgeon Kennedy, Director of Research, Analysis, and Development for the Pretrial Services Agency for the District of Columbia.
Under discussion was the significant role of pretrial services agencies in supporting public safety, the use of risk and needs assessment in effective pretrial decisionmaking, and Measuring What Matters, a new NIC document outlining recommended measures that pretrial services agencies can use to evaluate and measure improvements of their performance and pretrial outcomes.
The broadcast is titled National Institute of Corrections and DC Pretrial—Measuring What Matters—DC Public Safety.
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