Criminal Justice Consensus Cost-Benefit Working Group Final Report, 2014
Group: Crime Research Group
Over the last two years the Legislative Joint Fiscal Office has sponsored a project to develop a Vermont-specific cost-benefit model using the Pew-MacArthur Results First approach. Pursuant to Act 61 this project had the following goals: 1) determine the costs of the criminal and juvenile justice system including costs to victims; 2) develop “Throughput Models” of the criminal justice system to identify how cases proceed through the system and to serve as a tool to assess the costs of policy changes; 3) analyze the cost benefits of the Bennington County Integrated Domestic Violence Docket Project using the Results First Model; 4) assess the quality of justice data collection systems for the purpose of conducting cost-benefit analysis; and 5) investigate the need for and the most appropriate entity within state government to manage an ongoing criminal justice cost benefit model.
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