In July 2010, the Urban Institute organized a forum to explore the lessons to be learned from failed public policies and programs. Trial and Error in Criminal Justice Reform, the Center's book on failure was featured at the event.
The National Center for Juvenile and Family Court Judges magazine features a story by an Arizona judge who has replicated our Passport to Adulthood, a tool that helps judges aid young people aging out of foster care (see p. 22).
Trial & Error in Criminal Justice Reform by Greg Berman and Aubrey Fox won an honorable mention in the 2010 PROSE Awards for Law and Legal Studies. It is the first Urban Institute Press book to ever receive this distinction.
This short video produced by the Center for Court Innovation and the Bureau of Justice Assistance tells the story of community courts. The film includes footage from the Midtown Community Court, the South Dallas Community Court, Newark Community Solutions, and interviews of judges, lawyers, police officers and others from across the United States.