Module 6 of the California Pretrial Training Series
Performance measures enable justice agencies to more objectively understand and evaluate the extent to which important pretrial goals, such as fairness, effectiveness, and efficiency, are being achieved. Common pretrial performance measures include, for example, a jurisdiction’s release rate, arrest-free rate, and court appearance rate. Benefits of good performance measures include evaluating the effectiveness of new practices, tracking changes over time, and communicating with all stakeholders, including the public and media. This course is designed to assist participants with increasing their capacity to use local data to better understand and improve their pretrial system. The course will also cover the importance of quality assurance and strategies to build sustainability using continuous learning and onboarding new staff.
STC #00991577 (2 Hours) – Electronic STC roster will be sent to your county’s Training Manager within 45 days of course completion
Cost: $60 ($37.50 STC Reimbursable) – *SB129 Funding may also be utilized for this training*