Research

What Lessons Can Business Teach Criminal Justice? Invest in Research

Huffington Post, 1 July 2013

In the Huffington Post, Greg Berman and Aubrey Fox discuss how criminal justice can learn from business.

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Audio

Studying Reentry: A Conversation about Research and Reentry Courts

Studying Reentry: A Conversation about Research and Reentry Courts

Christine H. Lindquist, a senior research sociologist at RTI International, talks about reentry courts, recidivism, and what she's learned so far from a multi-year study funded by the US Department of Justice.

Interviews

Studying Reentry: A Conversation about Research and Reentry Courts

Studying Reentry: A Conversation about Research and Reentry Courts

Christine H. Lindquist, a senior research sociologist at RTI International, talks about reentry courts, recidivism, and what she's learned so far from a multi-year study of eight diverse initiatives. April 2013

Articles

National Institute of Justice's Multi-Site Adult Drug Court Evaluation: Major Findings

National Institute of Justice's Multi-Site Adult Drug Court Evaluation: Major Findings

The Urban Institute, the Center for Court Innovation, and RTI International were selected by the National Institute of Justice to conduct the Multi-Site Adult Drug Court Evaluation, one of the most ambitious evaluations of drug courts ever performed.

Click here for an overview and summary of the major findings of the six-year longitudinal, impact, and cost evaluation that includes 23 drug courts and six comparison sites in eight states: Florida, Georgia, Illinois, New York, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, South Carolina and Washington. Click here to download any of the final study reports or to download a powerpoint that includes many of the major findings.

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Interviews

Will Prison Overcrowding in California Inspire Positive Change? (Podcast)

Will Prison Overcrowding in California Inspire Positive Change? (Podcast)

Joan Petersilia of Stanford University explains how California's correction system—once a national model—lost its way.

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Audio

Will Prison Overcrowding in California Inspire Positive Change?

Will Prison Overcrowding in California Inspire Positive Change?

Joan Petersilia, a law professor at Stanford University explains what ex-prisoners need to successfully reintegrate into society, and how California's correction system--once a national model--lost its way.

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