One of the biggest barriers to data and information sharing across criminal justice and behavioral health partners is the lack of a secure and workable system through which to house and share the data. Across the myriad of options, communities may struggle to understand, afford, and/or implement effective mechanisms and platforms to facilitate effective data gathering and sharing. This webinar will present three jurisdictions that have worked through the challenges of data and information sharing and have working systems in place. Presenters will share about the systems they use, the ways they overcame barriers to implementing these systems, and ways those systems have impacted how local agencies work together.
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