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Wisconsin Data Management Initiative

Program Description Byrne JAG funds in Wisconsin support the development of a web-based reporting system for specialty courts and pre-trial diversion programs funded through Byrne JAG and the state’s Treatment Alternatives and Diversion (TAD) program. This new data management will give...


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Wisconsin Pretrial Justice Initiatives

Program Description Byrne JAG funds support the implementation and expansion of pre-trial diversion programs throughout the state in coordination with the state’s Treatment Alternatives and Diversion (TAD) program. In 2015 and 2016 Byrne JAG funds supported six prosecutor-led pre-trial...


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Wisconsin Treatment Alternatives and Diversion Program, Specialty Court Expansion

Program Description Byrne JAG funds support the implementation and expansion of specialty courts throughout the state in coordination with the state’s Treatment Alternatives and Diversion (TAD) program. In 2015 and 2016, Byrne JAG funds supported nine specialty court expansion grants and two...


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Buyer Diversion Treatment Alternative Program

Program Description In Massachusetts, Byrne JAG funds support the Buyer Diversion Treatment Alternative (BDTA) program, currently operating in four counties. Funds support partnerships between each county’s District Attorney and local police departments to provide funding for treatment beds. ...


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Maryland Diversionary Services

Program Description Byrne JAG funds support numerous diversion initiatives for non-violent felonies, which work to reduce recidivism and provide alternatives to incarceration by offering drug treatment, mental health treatment, and employment training. Agency Information State Agency...


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Georgia Residential Substance Abuse Treatment Program

Program Description In Georgia, Byrne JAG funds support a state residential substance abuse treatment (RSAT) program at Coastal State Prison. Coastal’s RSAT program diverts qualifying offenders sentenced to two years or less of prison time to three and six-month residential substance abuse...


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San Diego County Juvenile Diversion Initiative

Program Description Byrne JAG funds in San Diego County helped to provide a continuum of detention alternatives to juvenile offenders who do not require secure detention, which includes assessment, referral, case advocacy, home detention, reporting centers, non-secure shelter, intensive case...


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Tehama County Hot Spot Policing Team

Program Description Byrne JAG funds support Tehama County in implementing a Hot Spot Policing Team utilizing the SARA (Scanning, Analysis, Response and Assessment) crime analysis model to target substance abuse and violent crime. The project includes the expansion of a highly effective,...


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Santa Cruz County Sobering Center

Program Description In collaboration with the County Health Services Agency, local hospitals and the four municipal law enforcement agencies, Santa Cruz County has developed, implemented and monitored a Sobering Center as an alternative to jail incarceration for individuals detained for public...