Center for Court Innovation New Publications
Some examples of what is available at the link above:
Problem-Solving and the American Bench: A National Survey of Trial Court Judges
This article, published in the Justice System Journal, reports the results of the Center's recent survey of more than 1,000 randomly selected trial court judges nationwide. The results indicate broad support for problem-solving justice while also identifying critical obstacles to broader adaptation of problem-solving methods.
Part of a multi-faceted inquiry undertaken by the Center for Court Innovation and the U.S. Department of Justice's Bureau of Justice Assistance into failed criminal justice experiments, this paper examines common sources of failure during the implementation of a new initiative, with an eye toward helping practitioners avoid future pitfalls.
Strong Families, Safe Communities: Recommendations to Improve and Expand New York City’s Alternative to Detention Programs
Written by the teenage members of the 2008-2009 Youth Justice Board, this report proposes 10 specific recommendations to strengthen and expand juvenile Alternative to Detention (ATD) programs in New York City and help young people and families involved in the juvenile justice system.
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Race, Bias and Problem-Solving Courts
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