CORE PRINCIPLES & FACT SHEET
Many components of LEAD® can be adapted to meet local needs and circumstances. There are, however, several core principles that are essential in order to achieve the transformative outcomes seen in Seattle. These collected fact sheets explain those core principles necessary and creates the framework for successful LEAD® development and implementation. Click below to download.
government’s response to safety, disorder, and health-related problems
public safety and public health through research-based, health-oriented and harm reduction interventions
the number of people entering the criminal justice system for low-level offenses related to drug use, mental health, sex work, and extreme poverty
racial disparities at the front-end of the criminal justice system
funding for alternative interventions by capturing and reinvesting criminal justice system savings
the relationship between law enforcement and the community