Alternatives to Detention
We are currently working to categorize programs types and identify outcome variables associated with each type. If programs are expected to enter data into a common system, it is imperative that everyone is using the same outcome variable definitions and we are capturing information that will be useful for everyone. To that end, we are gathering together programs by program type to discuss potential outcome variables for inclusion in the JCMS. As we conduct these meetings, we will house recordings of them on this site for reference.
Please note that the recordings below are available to provide background information only; the content does NOT represent final decisions regarding the JCMS or other aspects of the Evidence-based Nebraska project. We will add information for each program type as it becomes available.
Use the link above to access step-by-step reporting instructions for Alternative to Detention Programs. Eventually, all programs funded by community-based aid will enter data into the JCMS to submit quarterly reports. When JCMS screens are ready for a program, those programs will be notified and they can begin entering data into the screens. Until that point, programs are required to submit completed Excel spreadsheets. For FY 2015/16, programs should download and use the spreadsheet listed below. A spreadsheet will need to be submitted for each program.
Once you have entered data into these spreadsheets you can NOT email them or share them electronically. Please listen to the training recording for your spreadsheet for additional information on completing and securely submitting spreadsheets.
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