Territory blends visual collaboration with design thinking methodologies to make confusing concepts and complex information clear, concise, and concrete. That clarity means that decisions can be quickly understood and implemented. At its core, their method is an imaginative, empathetic, human-centered, and visual problem-solving approach that can be applied to help LPSCC and its stakeholders see potential paths and scenarios and develop a clear vision.
Territory will facilitate a unique process of collaboration between criminal legal system leaders, health system leaders, elected officials, providers, victims of crime and individuals with lived justice system experience.Territory will be able to focus on uncovering and capturing the public safety expertise that exists among the stakeholders participating in this effort.
Eighteen firms responded to LPSCC’s request for proposal, which was originally released on March 13, 2020. By the time the selection committee identified three finalists, the COVID-19 pandemic and the movement for racial justice after the murder of George Floyd had significantly impacted adjudication, incarceration and other criminal legal system functions. Anticipating that this work would take place in an altered criminal legal landscape, the selection committee requested further information from the finalists. Territory received the highest score.