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Our YouTube channel showcases a wide range of voices and new ideas.
One example of our efforts to reduce the negative impacts of justice-system involvement is Project Reset.
We host an international conference every two years dedicated to innovations in community justice. Our most recent event took place in Birmingham, Alabama in May 2018.
Out now from The New Press, Start Here: A Road Map to Reducing Mass Incarceration articulates a new approach to justice reform that emphasizes the value of community engagement and human dignity.
The Center for Court Innovation helps reformers across the country—and around the world—solve problems and deliver more effective and humane justice.
We are delighted to announce we are now accepting applications for our 2018 Community Court Grant Program. The deadline is May 30th.
Meet this year's recipients of our Alfred Siegel Scholarship at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, an award recognizing students with a commitment to public service.
Over 250 people attended our “Celebrating Innovators” benefit at The Rubin Museum of Art on March 13.
Please join us in Birmingham, Alabama, May 7-9, to discuss and learn more about how local justice systems can work with communities to increase public safety.
What can be done right now to reduce the number of people sent to jail and prison?