Describe the positive aspects of the collaborative initiative What partner do you feel is less essential to the initiative and why?

You are working in the research unit of a foundation that awards grants to criminal justice agencies. The foundation is interested in promoting inter-agency collaboration to address specific issues in criminal justice. There is a formal debate in the office as to whether a particular case of apparent cooperation/collaboration was actually effective. Your supervisor is championing one side of this discussion.  You have been asked to provide a review of the case identified below. Specifically, your supervisor asked you to compose a paper that included responses to the four questions provided. (See Item #3 below.)
1. Read the following report from the National Institute of Justice:
“Baltimore’s Comprehensive Communities Program: A Case Study”
Attachment 1
2. Read the following report:
“HotSpot Communities Initiative Phase 1”
The University of Maryland, Center for Substance Abuse Research (CESAR)
Attachment 2
3. Respond to the following questions:
1. Describe the positive aspects of the collaborative initiative
2. What partner do you feel is less essential to the initiative and why? (Note “None” is not an option.)
3. What criminal justice entity do you feel could have enhanced the success of the initiative?]
What NON-criminal justice entity do you feel could have enhanced the success of the initiative?