Thousands of problem-solving courts are testing new approaches to difficult cases where social, human and legal problems intersect. In recent years, many in the field have sought to "go to scale" with problem-solving justice, testing key problem-solving principles outside of the specialized court context. The Bureau of Justice Assistance of the U.S. Department of Justice funded ten demonstration projects around the U.S. in support of this effort.
To get help planning, implementing, or evaluating a problem-solving initiative, click here.
Statewide Coordination of Problem-Solving Courts
The Center for Court Innovation and the Bureau of Justice Assistance held a roundtable on statewide management of problem-solving courts. The roundtable featured judges, policymakers, and court administrators from a variety of states across the U.S.