Prison advocacy/advisory services for pre/post sentencing & during incarceration
The Division of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS) backs six advisory boards and commissions. These boards and commissions that are created by the governor develop tactical approaches, frame public policy, and advise the DCJS commissioner, governor, and legislators on topics of juvenile justice, police training and accreditation, security guard training, DNA testing, motor vehicle theft and insurance fraud prevention.
The mission of the New York criminal justice advisory board is to support and promote the policies that would reduce crime rates, hold criminals accountable, protect the public and their properties, and convict those who violate rules and regulations. Inside Outside ™, a criminal justice advisory firm, is a contributor to the appropriate authorities in order to discuss and offer actionable strategies that would eradicate crime by improving the efficiency of the criminal justice system in the state.
The Criminal Justice Advisory New York aims to provide a platform where the overall criminal justice system coordinates to make law enforcement more productive. A few CJA objectives are:
● To arrange monthly meetings for key decision-makers where they discuss issues pertaining to the flawed justice system in the state.
● To preserve law, order, and community peace.
● To make plans and strategies to mitigate those issues temporarily and permanently.
● To assist the criminal justice administration and other authoritative bodies.
● To manage the jail population.
● To develop plans that identify strengths and weaknesses of the justice system and adopt a proactive approach to improve stability of the system.
● To work on innovative ideas and develop policies to increase public safety.
● To monitor and analyze the council’s performance.
● To track the overall system and perform a cost-benefit analysis.
● To identify the enormous opportunities and find ways to avails them.
● To develop a system where data is widely available for all the law-enforcing bodies.
● To cater to all issues before they get out of hand.
CJII or the Criminal Justice Investment Initiative was established by the Office of Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus R. Vance, Jr., to invest criminal asset forfeiture funds in impactful projects that will improve public safety, develop broad crime prevention efforts, and promote a fair and efficient justice system in New York City. CJII has made impactful investments in the following four areas:
· Youth, Family, and Communities
· Victims of Crime
· 21st-Century Crime-Fighting
· Diversion and Reentry
Inside Outside ™ , keeps a close watch on all such decisions that can help rehabilitate people who have been incarcerated in white collar crime cases, so that they can be allowed to lead a normal life after serving their time.