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The project partners have collaborated with and obtained feedback from the field on critical information requirements across justice sectors through a variety of methods, including:
- Systematic review of existing data collection efforts, measurement recommendations, jurisdiction reports, and data policies,
- In-person and web-based guided discussions with key stakeholders in juvenile justice,
- In-depth case studies in three jurisdictions (Florida, Oregon, and Pennsylvania), and
- Pilot testing of project recommendations and a data capacity assessment tool in two jurisdictions (Davidson County, Tennessee and the State of Idaho).
The project will issue recommendations for model data elements and broadly applicable measures and implement a comprehensive dissemination strategy for the final recommendations in 2018.