Justice Center Asking Criminal Justice and Mental Health Practitioners to Take Part in Survey
Date:  09-19-2012

Input on “learning sites” can help future sites
The Justice Center sent out a call for criminal justice and mental health providers to take part in a survey with the hope that information provided by participants can help improve future “learning sites.”

According to the Justice Center release, “Learning sites are programs that use promising approaches and are committed to ongoing quality improvement and sharing their expertise through peer-to-peer learning opportunities. Since 2006, the CSG Justice Center has worked in partnership with the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) to identify and highlight criminal justice/mental health collaborations from across the country who can serve as learning sites for those interested in mental health courts and in collaborations between law enforcement and mental health agencies.” click here to go to website

The Center for Justice further states “In order to ensure that learning sites meet the needs of the field, the Justice Center is asking criminal justice and mental health practitioners to participate in a brief survey to provide feedback on programs and topics of interest, as well as peer-to-peer learning strategies. Your responses will inform future learning site programs and offerings.”

The ten question survey can be accessed by clicking on the link below. The deadline for responding to the survey is “…the end of the day on Friday, September 28th.” Lindsey Fry is available to answer questions at lfry@csg.org.

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