Patterns of Cross-System Involvement and Factors Associated with Frequent Cycling: The Relationship between Emergency Department Visits and Arrest by Police

A particularly unhealthy and high-risk group of individuals at the intersection of the criminal justice and public health systems often cycle between arrest, jail, prison, public hospitals, emergency departments, homeless shelters, and similar institutions over time. This population, while relatively small, represents disproportionate public spending and complex, multidimensional needs. The overarching goal of the current study is to gain a deeper understanding of the patterns and dimensions of frequent cross-system involvement, or repeat cycling between...
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