Data Sharing Agreement, which is a set of established policies and procedures regarding data-sharing among the City’s Departments. The agreement will enable City-based providers to access needed information to better serve residents who frequently interact with the justice system.
CSULB Rising Scholars Education Lab, an innovative program launched by formally incarcerated students who believe that higher education is key to successfully diverting individuals out of the criminal justice system and toward a better path. The Education Lab will better empower individuals to navigate higher education through peer support.
Multi Disciplinary Team (MDT), which will convene City and County service providers to better coordinate and reduce the burden on individuals accessing and navigating services such as mental health, substance abuse, and homeless services.
A partnership between the Police Department and The Guidance Center, which will provide a mental health professional in the jail who will assess, connect, and divert individuals to care.
Data Warehouse, part of the City’s Data Driven Justice Initiative (DDJ), which will bring multiple data-sets together to cross-check information about Police, Health, Fire, City Prosecutor’s Office, and other departments to help coordinate much-needed wraparound services for residents.
Long Beach GUIDES (Government User Integrated Diversion Enhancement System), led by City Prosecutor Doug Haubert, which will equip first responders with needed information to quickly identify what services are most appropriate for residents in need.