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Today, we celebrated the citywide expansion of Project Reset.
It’s back-to-school season, and we are continuing our work to reduce the use of unnecessary suspensions and expulsions that disproportionately affect students of color.
For the past two decades, we have worked to advance justice reform in the United Kingdom.
Safety can't be produced by the justice system alone. The Brownsville Rapid Response Coalition was formed by neighborhood-based organizations in response to a mass shooting.
The justice system touches people of all ages, including society’s most vulnerable—babies and toddlers.
As a part of our response to the opioid crisis, we have developed two new publications to help reformers build effective opioid intervention programs, save lives, and protect communities.
Our new report about risk assessment examines the impact of the algorithms that many jurisdictions are using to measure the risk a defendant will be rearrested or fail to appear in court.
We've worked alongside communities in 42 states over the past year to change culture and practice in the justice system.
Launched in 2018, the Center for Court Innovation’s 10-member advisory board provides guidance to our staff leadership.
Our annual report provides a snapshot of our ongoing efforts to promote reform and offer pathways out of the justice system.