A systematic review of health impact assessments in the criminal justice system

Year: 2016

This report presents a systematic review of the potential role of Health Impact Assessments (HIAs) in the criminal justice system, examining their use in evaluating health impacts, policies, programs, and projects. The review highlights the significance of stakeholder engagement, time, and community leadership in HIAs, emphasizing their potential to guide the transformation of the criminal justice system toward a more equitable and rehabilitative model that optimizes community and societal health outcomes.

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