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A State Perspective on Implementing Results First

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Published on Feb 25, 2014

As state and local budgets have become increasingly strained in recent years, interest in using cost-benefit analysis (CBA) in criminal justice policymaking and planning has grown. Fourteen states across the country and three California counties are working with the Pew-MacArthur Results First Initiative (Results First) to implement an innovative cost-benefit analysis approach that helps them invest in policies and programs that are proven to work. How have states used the Results First approach? How does the knowledge garnered from Results First affect funding and programming decisions in the state? In this webinar, a representative from Results First will give an overview of the Results First model and examples of how it's been used across the country to help inform policy and budget deliberations. Researchers and analysts from states currently using the model will then discuss the collaboration that takes place between agencies within the state to collect the data necessary to run the model, how they went about getting "buy-in" from policymakers, and how the results have been and are being used to make policy and funding decisions.

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