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2020 FRAMEWORK FOR PROSECUTION & PUBLIC HEALTH

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As the criminal justice system is often inappropriately used to address public health issues, the Prosecution Research Network was created to identify tangible course corrections as a framework for research and policy innovations led by prosecutors’ offices, in partnership with health care providers and stakeholders concerned with managing the health of our populations. 

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COVID-19 Questionnaire for Correctional Populations (CQCP)

COVID-19 Questionnaire for Correctional Populations (CQCP)

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Access IJRD's COVID-19 Questionnaire for Correctional Populations (CQCP), a screening tool designed specifically for use withh individuals who experinced incarceration or who released from incarceration and returned home during the pandemic. 

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Data-driven policy recommendations to guide the future of policing and ensure effectiveness and equity across race, socioeconomic and behavioral health status

Data-driven policy recommendations to guide the future of policing and ensure effectiveness and equity across race, socioeconomic and behavioral health status

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Carrie Pettus-Davis, Founding Executive Director of IJRD, recently participated in a Congressional Briefing on Social Work and the Future of Policing where she described tangible policy recommendations. Pettus-Davis's goal for the briefing was to identify the importance of evidence-driven solutions to police reform that prioritized racial and economic equity.

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equity

How research at IJRD examines equity throughout the criminal justice system

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Learn how our work at IJRD promotes racial and economic equity throughout the criminal justice system - from an individual's first contact with law enforcement to their return home from prison.

Category: Well-Being, racial and economic equity