Aaron Arnold serves as director of technical assistance at the Center for Court Innovation, overseeing the Center’s national training and technical assistance work in the areas of treatment courts, mental health initiatives, community justice, prosecutor-led diversion, procedural justice, tribal justice, and more. In this capacity, Aaron manages several federally-funded initiatives, including the BJA Problem-Solving Courts Training and Technical Assistance Program and the BJA State-Based Adult Drug Court Technical Assistance Program. Aaron previously served as the Center’s director of treatment court programs and as director of the Center’s Tribal Justice Exchange. Before joining the Center, Aaron was a prosecutor with the Maricopa County Attorney's Office in Phoenix, Arizona, where he gained first-hand experience working in several problem-solving courts. Aaron is graduate of Cornell University and the University of Arizona College of Law.
- Drug Courts in the Age of Sentencing Reform
- Court Responses to the Opioid Epidemic: Happening Now
- The Future is Now: Enhancing Drug Court Operations Through Technology
- The Parent Support Program: A Problem-Solving Court Approach to Child Support Enforcement
- The 2009 Onondaga County Community Treatment Court Enhancement Project: Impacts on Capacity, Case Processing, and Service Provision
- State and Tribal Court: Strategies for Bridging the Divide