Sustaining Focused Deterrence Strategies: Site and Resource Coordination

Sustaining Focused Deterrence Strategies: Site and Resource Coordination

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Bureau of Justice Assistance

This practitioner brief identifies the efforts of site and resource coordinators in helping to ensure that Project Safe Neighborhoods (PSN) task force partners remain true to their commitments.

In order to ensure that Project Safe Neighborhoods (PSN) task force partners are true to their commitments to prevention and intervention strategies and remain strategically and fiscally responsible, coordination of resources is critical. The primary obligation of a Resource Coordinator is to streamline resource delivery for notified offenders(and some other individuals, at a site’s discretion),so that resources can be accessed through one main point of contact. When possible, a full-time Site Coordinator is put into place to manage and facilitate the partnership, educate and engage the community and new partners, develop resources, and put into place systems of ongoing strategy development, implementation, communication, and evaluation.

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