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Rock County Creating Crime Policies: EBDM Initiative Uses Research to Create Framework
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Rock County creating crime policies: EBDM Initiative uses research to create framework


NIC’s initiative EBDM is a strategic method of applying research-supported principles to justice system decisions. EBDM’s goal is to build a framework across criminal justice agencies to protect public safety and to improve outcomes for the justice-involved. The initiative is now in Phase V. In this phase the selected sites--Indiana, Virginia, and Wisconsin--are creating state-level processes and strategies to align state and local officials and jurisdictions with one another and with the principles of EBDM.

Rock County in Wisconsin is working to create a work plan and logic model for various areas in the EBDM is trying to address in the Wisconsin system. The four key areas are Behavioral Health Information Sharing, Risk Assessments, Risk Reduction Interventions, and Community Education.


Read the full article here.


For more information and resources visit:  EBDM in Local Criminal Justice Systems

Posted Fri, Mar 4 2016 3:25 PM by Elizabeth


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