Investing in Collaborative Safety Solutions in DC

Testimony

Investing in Collaborative Safety Solutions in DC

December 23, 2020

Abstract

Leah Sakala, a Senior Policy Associate in the Justice Policy Center, provided testimony in a public oversight roundtable before the District of Columbia Committee on the Judiciary & Public Safety on “Exploring Non-Law Enforcement Alternatives to Meeting Community Needs.” In her testimony she discusses her research around community-based public safety systems and how D.C. leaders might prioritize prevention, treatment, and expanding opportunity for DC residents.

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Cross-Center Initiative

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