Interdependence of the Criminal Justice System A Report on Feasability

Overview

This is a 1984 introductory report on the Interdependence Project. The project focused on practical implications of using agency "interdependence" as a concept to frame systemic thinking about the criminal justice system. At its core, this concept is that the responsibility for processing criminal cases is divided among several agencies, none of which has independent or exclusive control over more than a small part of the entire process.

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  • Jacob Kang-Brown, Chase Montagnet, Jasmine Heiss
June 07, 2021
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