This report explores the multiple and various sources of data and information used by agencies that are engaged with justice-involved persons who have a mental illness. Opportunities and limitations for expanded knowledge exchange among agencies are discussed and suggestions for how these data sources can be better used to address policy questions are provided. The report was completed under contract to NASMHPD’s Technical Assistance Coalition and funded by the Center for Mental Health Services/SAMHSA.
Behavioral Health and Criminal Justice Systems: Identifying New Opportunities for Information Exchange
September 01, 2015