Journal for Advancing Justice Vol. III: Emerging Best Practices in Law Enforcement Deflection and Community Supervision Programs
Identifying promising programs and interventions seeking to limit the use of incarceration through deflection and diversion programs, as well as innovative interventions for those under community supervision.
The third edition of the Journal for Advancing Justice addresses programs and interventions designed to assist individuals with mental health and substance use disorders who come to the attention of law enforcement and community corrections officers. In a range of peer-reviewed articles by both researchers and practitioners, experts identify promising programs and interventions seeking to limit the use of incarceration pre-arrest through deflection and diversion programs, as well as innovative interventions for those under community supervision.
- Introduction: Deflection – Police-Led Responses to Behavior Health Challenges
- Engagement in Mental Health Services After CIT: The Effects of Mobile Crisis Team Involvement
- Law Enforcement Deflection and Prearrest Diversion Programs: A Tale of Two Initiatives
- Introduction: Emerging Best Practices in Community Supervision to Address Behavioral Health Challenges
- An Exploratory Analysis of the Relationship Between Various Community Supervision Field Contact Activities and Recidivism
- Finding the Balance: The Case for Motivational Interviewing to Improve Probation and Parole