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Veterans Justice Outreach Program: VA Could Improve Management by Establishing Performance Measures and Fully Assessing Risks
Daniel Bertoni (au)
Most veterans transition to civilian life trouble-free. For those who struggle with their transition to the point that they are arrested and jailed, the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) created the Veterans Justice Outreach (VJO) Program, which connects veterans with supports and services to help avoid re-incarceration. The program relies on VJO specialists to link veterans to treatment. This report examines (1) how the program delivers services and the number and characteristics of veterans in the program; (2) the extent to which VA uses performance assessment for the program; and (3) the key challenges VA has identified and the extent to which VA has developed mitigation strategies. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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