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The Sequential Intercept Model is used as a strategic tool for policymakers and criminal justice planners. It enables them to identify key points where individuals can be linked to programs and services that will help prevent their further system penetration and, ideally, avoid a return to the justice system altogether. Our newly released document, provides an overview of the Sequential Intercept Model as a planning tool to create outcome-informed action and focus on the thoughtful use of resources. To learn more about the certified training and TA we offer with support from BJA and Policy Research Associates, Inc., email firstname.lastname@example.org
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