This document outlines fifteen information sharing initiatives that have high operational impact on the justice community.  The document highlights the area of concentration for each initiative and...

This guide is intended for non-clinical stakeholders, family members, and administrators in communities working to improve mental health support for those in the juvenile justice system. The guide...

This guide for parents describes how FERPA affects their access to their child’s student records. It discusses what other parties may have access to a student’s records, “directory information”, and...

Disproportionate minority contact (DMC) refers to the disproportionate representation of minority youth in the juvenile justice system. This bulletin describes the steps that can be taken to reduce...

This guide discusses best practices and responsibilities for different roles in information sharing endeavors. It also provides an overview of relevant state agency and services provider laws in...

This list of online resources covers topics including federal law, governance, state law, legal analysis, state-level examples, and technology and data systems. File: ...

This response guideline describes the work in King County to curb domestic violence and child maltreatment. Section three describes efforts in information sharing to accomplish these ends. Content...

This guide outlines the relevant state laws in Washington for information sharing and also maps a wide range of different roles that should be represented and taken into consideration with...

The purpose of the National Juvenile Information Sharing Initiative (NJISI) is to improve procedures and policies for information sharing across state and local agencies, as well as with youth and...

The California Adolescent Health Collaborative is a statewide coalition of individuals and organizations that work together to ensure that California’s teens have the support they need for healthy...

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