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Advanced Topics in Risk and Needs Assessments: Panel at Community Justice 2016

Advanced Topics in Risk and Needs Assessments: Panel at Community Justice 2016

This panel, held at the Community Justice 2016 International Summit, takes a comprehensive look at risk and needs assessment tools. Moderated by Brett Taylor, senior advisor on problem-solving justice at the Center for Court Innovation, the panelists include Sarah Fritsche, associate director of research at the Center for Court Innovation, Leah Garabedian, senior program manager of the Justice Management Institute, and Mark Kammerer, supervisor of the Alternative Prosecution/Sentencing Unit at the Cook County State's Attorney's Office.

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The 2016 Harlem Parole Reentry Court Graduation: Remarks by Glenn Martin

The 2016 Harlem Parole Reentry Court Graduation: Remarks by Glenn Martin

Glenn Martin, criminal justice reform advocate and founder of JustLeadershipUSA, delivered the keynote address at the Harlem Parole Reentry Court graduation on June 16, 2016 at the Harlem Community Justice Center in New York City.

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What's New with Addiction and Drug Treatment: Panel at Community Justice 2016

What's New with Addiction and Drug Treatment: Panel at Community Justice 2016

Dr. Wilson Compton, deputy director of the National Institute on Drug Abuse, delves into the latest research on substance use, addiction, and treatment, at a plenary session at the 2016 Community Justice International Summit.

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‘An Open and Inviting Court’: Judge Joe Perez of the Orange County Community Court Talks Procedural Justice

‘An Open and Inviting Court’: Judge Joe Perez of the Orange County Community Court Talks Procedural Justice

Joe Perez, the presiding judge of the Orange County Community Court, discusses how the principles of procedural justice inform both design and process in his courthouse. Perez is a lifelong resident of Orange County whose father was the first Spanish-speaking attorney and judge in the county. The interview with Robert V. Wolf, director of communications at the Center for Court Innovation, took place while Judge Perez was in Chicago to speak at Community Justice 2016. Wolf interviewed Judge Perez’s predecessor and the founding judge of the Orange County Community Court, Wendy Lindley, in 2008.

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Reducing Crime and Incarceration: Elizabeth Glazer at the Center for Court Innovation

Reducing Crime and Incarceration: Elizabeth Glazer at the Center for Court Innovation

Elizabeth Glazer, director of the New York City Mayor's Office of Criminal Justice, spoke about strategies for safely reducing the population of Rikers Island during a visit to the Center for Court Innovation in May 2016.

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Jails as Psychiatric Facilities: Addressing Mental Illness in the Justice System with Judge Steve Leifman

Jails as Psychiatric Facilities: Addressing Mental Illness in the Justice System with Judge Steve Leifman

Judge Steve Leifman, associate administrative judge of the Miami-Dade County Court Criminal Division and presiding judge of its Criminal Mental Health Project, has worked at the intersection of mental health and the criminal justice system in Miami-Date County for decades. In this podcast, he outlines the challenges of addressing the high occurence of mental illness in Miami's courts and prisons, the fraught history of incarcerating those with mental health needs, and ways in which the justice system can change its response to those living with mental illness.

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 'My Partner, My Enemy': New York State Judge John Leventhal

'My Partner, My Enemy': New York State Judge John Leventhal

Judge John Leventhal is the author of “My Partner, My Enemy,” a book chronicling his experiences presiding over the Brooklyn Domestic Violence Court, the first felony domestic violence court in the nation. In this New Thinking podcast, Judge Leventhal discusses memorable cases from his tenure, the domestic violence court model, and why he felt it was important to write a book about domestic violence. Judge Leventhal presided over the Brooklyn Domestic Violence Court from its opening in June 1996 until 2008. Since 2008, he has served as an associate justice of the New York State Supreme Court in the second department of the appellate division.


 

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What is Community Justice and What Comes Next? Panel at Community Justice 2016

What is Community Justice and What Comes Next? Panel at Community Justice 2016

This plenary session, held at the 2016 Community Justice International Summit, featured a discussion about the principles, practice, and future of community justice. Moderated by Julius Lang, director of training and technical assistance at the Center for Court Innovation, the panelists include Judge Alex Calabrese, presiding judge of the Red Hook Community Justice Center, Judge Cheryl Williams, presiding judge of the South Dallas Community Court, and Magistrate David Fanning, presiding judge at the Neighbourhood Justice Centre in Melbourne, Australia.

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10 Years of Community Justice in Melbourne, Australia: An Interview with Kerry Walker

10 Years of Community Justice in Melbourne, Australia: An Interview with Kerry Walker

In this New Thinking podcast, Kerry Walker, director of the Neighbourhood Justice Centre in Melbourne, Australia, describes some of the ways the Justice Centre engages the community, all with the long-term goal of promoting the rule of law and a “civil, caring society.” She reflects on lessons learned as the Justice Centre approaches its 10th anniversary, including, “Never act alone [but] only … in partnership.” The podcast concludes with a discussion of ways the Justice Centre is using technology to promote safety and make the court more user-friendly.  The interview took place while Walker was in Chicago to attend Community Justice 2016.

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'Invest in Your Participants': Deborah Barrows of Community Partners in Action

'Invest in Your Participants': Deborah Barrows of Community Partners in Action

On any given day, the Hartford Community Court sentences 35 to 40 people to perform community restitution as part of their sentences. Deborah Barrows has helped create the court's robust community service program by harnessing relationships developed during her long career, including 28 years with the Hartford Police Department. In this New Thinking podcast, which was recorded at Community Justice 2016, Barrows discusses how to build community partnerships, the importance of treating program participants with respect, and how she helped launch "Footwear with Care," an initiative that provides free shoes to participants in need.

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Those In-Between: What We're Learning About Young Adult Justice (Part II) at Community Justice 2016

Those In-Between: What We're Learning About Young Adult Justice (Part II) at Community Justice 2016

This panel, held at the 2016 Community Justice International Summit, explores new approaches to young adult justice that emphasize diversion and alternatives to incarceration. Moderated by Adam Mansky, director of operations at the Center for Court Innovation, the panelists include Vincent Schiraldi, senior research fellow for the Program in Criminal Justice Policy and Management at Harvard University, and Brent Cohen, senior advisor at the Department of Justice's Office of Justice Programs.

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Those In-Between: What We're Learning About Young Adult Justice (Part I) at Community Justice 2016

Those In-Between: What We're Learning About Young Adult Justice (Part I) at Community Justice 2016

This panel, held at the 2016 Community Justice International Summit, explores new approaches to young adult justice that emphasize diversion and alternatives to incarceration. Moderated by Adam Mansky, director of operations at the Center for Court Innovation, the panelists include Vincent Schiraldi, senior research fellow for the Program in Criminal Justice Policy and Management at Harvard University, and Brent Cohen, senior advisor at the Department of Justice's Office of Justice Programs.

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Bureau of Justice Assistance Director Denise O'Donnell: Keynote Address at Community Justice 2016

Bureau of Justice Assistance Director Denise O'Donnell: Keynote Address at Community Justice 2016

Denise O'Donnell, director of the Bureau of Justice Assistance, delivers her keynote remarks at the 2016 Community Justice Summit in Chicago.

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The Principles of Community Justice: Greg Berman at Community Justice 2016

The Principles of Community Justice: Greg Berman at Community Justice 2016

At the 2016 Community Justice International Summit, Greg Berman, director of the Center for Court Innovation, outlined four principles for community justice today. 

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