Research Report Justice Reinvestment at the Local Level: Planning and Implementation Guide Second Edition
Nancy G. La Vigne, Elizabeth Davies, Pamela Lachman, S. Rebecca Neusteter
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Justice reinvestment is a promising model for reducing corrections costs using a data-driven and collaborative approach. This guidebook provides detailed instruction for jurisdictions aiming to improve the efficiency of their local justice systems and generate savings that can be reinvested in prevention-oriented strategies, including: the steps involved in the justice reinvestment process, challenges that may be encountered, and how challenges can be overcome. More resources can be found at
Research Areas Crime, justice, and safety
Tags Corrections
Policy Centers Justice Policy Center