Local law enforcement agencies are increasingly relying on the use of diversion programs to reduce incarceration for misdemeanor offenders in the hopes of rehabilitating that person through treatment and social programs to reduce recidivism.
Research shows that almost 3% of the U.S. population is under some form of supervision within the correctional and public safety system. But are these programs working? What treatments are most effective? Are arrests being reduced as a result of Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion? Technology is needed to manage and track the key elements of diversion to answer these key questions and others to measure program performance, client success, and outcomes.
Webinars in this Series
- November 3: Adapting to Critical Change at Corrections Facilities
- January 20: How Technology Supports Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion Programs (this webinar)
|DXC Offender360™ is built on Microsoft’s platform, and caters to state and local justice and public safety agencies. This feature-rich software solution is designed for jail management, also including modules to support pretrial and community corrections. Always current, Offender360 modernizes jail management and delivers flexible configurability within a turnkey software solution, adaptable to unique operational processes. It delivers system-driven automated workflow, alerts, mobile access, reports, dashboards and real-time data analytics. Offender360 effectively manages facilities and inmates.|