Midtown Community Court

MCC

Highlights

  • Project Reset

    Project Reset is a diversion program that seeks to forge a new response to low-level offending that is proportionate, effective, and humane. 

  • UPNEXT

    UPNEXT is a workforce development and fatherhood engagement initiative of the Midtown Community Court.

Our Impact

  • 14,826 cases handled at the Court in 2017

  • $1.2M estimated annual savings to the justice system primarily due to the reduced use of jail

  • 1M+ Defendants have performed more than 1 million hours of community service since the Court's founding

Corey Johnson
When I visited Midtown Community Court, I was really amazed by the programs and the excellent results. People were given real assistance that helped divert them from the criminal justice system, which is exactly what we want.
Corey Johnson New York City Council Speaker

Photo Gallery

MCC staff
Twenty-Five Years Young

Midtown Community Court staff, including Judge Charlotte Davidson (far right), gather outside the courthouse as part of the festivities marking the Court's first quarter-century of operations.

 Police Community Midtown Community Court James Baldwin School
Bringing Police and Community Together

The Midtown Community Court hosts a police-community forum at James Baldwin School.

Midtown Community Court UPNEXT program
Spotlight on UPNEXT

UPNEXT staff host a presentation at the Midtown Community Court to explain their work.

National Night Out Against Crime, Midtown staff talking to community residents
National Night Out Against Crime

Midtown Community Court staff answer community members' questions during National Night Out Against Crime.

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Partners

The Court is operated as a public/private partnership among the New York State Unified Court System, the City of New York and the Center for Court Innovation. During the Court's pilot period, funding came from a mix of sources, including the federal government, local government and dozens of foundations and corporations. Social service and community service partners include dozens of community-based and government agencies.

We rely on the generosity of supporters to do the work we do.