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How To Reduce Repeat Encounters: A Brief for Law Enforcement Executives
This instructional brief outlines four steps that law enforcement executives can take to address the needs of people whose ongoing living conditions and behaviors continually require police intervention.
This guide provides four steps to address the needs of the people law enforcement officers frequently encounter, known as high utilizers, while reducing their contact with the criminal justice system over time.