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(p. 66) Ohio’s Criminal Justice Coordinating Center of Excellence 

(p. 66) Ohio’s Criminal Justice Coordinating Center of Excellence
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(p. 66) Ohio’s Criminal Justice Coordinating Center of Excellence
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Mark R. Munetz

, Natalie Bonfine

, Ruth H. Simera

, and Christopher Nicastro

DOI:
10.1093/med-psych/9780190052850.003.0005
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This chapter describes the development and operation of the Criminal Justice Coordinating Center of Excellence (CCoE), a collaboration between the Northeast Ohio Medical University and the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services. It provides an example of the “Center of Excellence” concept, involving the delivery of designated services to key players in the criminal justice system. The Ohio CCoE used the Sequential Intercept Model as a basis for prioritizing services such as training to police (e.g., CIT) and systems mapping workshops, and it employed the larger partnership to pursue additional funding through foundation and government grants. The broad focus of the collaboration has been on systems-level interventions. It offers a model for this approach to collaborative partnership.

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