Projects

Research and Analysis

Criminal Justice System Assessment

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Under contract with HDR, Inc. and working in close partnership with Urban Institute, FTW conducted a high-level review and analysis of the Jackson County criminal justice system to identify system drivers affecting jail use; conducted a comprehensive jail population analysis to understand per capita rates of incarceration, lengths of stay and referring arrestable charges for people held pre-trial and post-conviction, and other pertinent data to illuminate opportunities to reduce both bookings and average daily jailed population; developed more than two-dozen specific recommendations to improve the justice system and reduce arrest and incarceration; and served as principal author of the final report.

  • CoCo LEAD Plus: An Innovative Point-of-Arrest Diversion Program - A public/private multi-partner initiative led by County Health Services, a city police department, and County Probation, CoCo LEAD Plus is an innovative point-of-arrest diversion program intended to break the cycle of criminalization and repeated incarceration for people with mental illness or substance use disorder in Antioch, CA. CHECK IT OUT