Research Report Promoting Partnerships between Police and Community Supervision Agencies
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How Coordination Can Reduce Crime and Improve Public Safety
Jesse Jannetta, Pamela Lachman
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Intended for all levels of law enforcement and community supervision personnel, Promoting Partnerships between Police and Community Supervision Agencies describes how these organizations build partnerships to enhance public safety. The first section of this guidebook discusses the various contributions and benefits each agency can bring to a partnership; the second discusses the key elements of partnership; and the third identifies challenges both agencies might encounter. Provided throughout the guidebook, examples of partnerships in the field offer tangible illustrations of how police and community supervision collaboration can be structured.

Research Areas Crime, justice, and safety
Tags Corrections Courts and sentencing Community public safety investment Reentry and community supervision
Policy Centers Justice Policy Center