Benefit Analysis in Criminal Justice: An Example Application to a Statewide Drug Treatment System

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Appendix B: ICSA Survey:
Complete Written Comments

There were two places in the survey where respondents were asked to provide written comments. The first was directly after sections that aimed to measure benefit and drawback levels, labeled below as benefits/drawbacks comments. The second comment response solicitation was located at the end of the survey, labeled below as concluding comments. Most of the respondents who provided written comments did so in the space provided at the end of the survey (in the concluding comments section). A few gave feedback in both sections and one survey had additional hand-written comments in response to specific questions. The following comments were taken verbatim from the survey. The heading codes (e.g., SN2) simply refer to the survey from which they were taken.


SN2: Concluding Comments

“The Department of Health and Welfare has spent 4 years working against the legislative mandate of the Interagency Committee. That Department, either by its incompetence or its arrogance, has willfully failed to perform its duties to deliver a coordinated and effective system of substance use disorder treatment. Most of the other members of the Interagency Committee have performed their duties to the best of their ability, time and resources.”


SN3: Concluding Comments

“As an observer I thought ISCA grew into a very capable group. The first years were normal for any new entity – a period of formation.

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