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Last modified: September 21, 2012, 7:01 PM
The Center for Court Innovation is a public/private partnership that fosters court innovation. The Center has developed national models for adjudicating quality-of-life, domestic violence and drug crimes. The Center works as consultant, technology developer, courthouse designer, planner and operator of demonstration projects. In New York, it serves as the research and development arm of the state court system, investigating new ideas in the field and testing new approaches. The Midtown Community Court, Brooklyn Treatment Court, Crown Heights Community Mediation Center, Brooklyn Domestic Violence Court and Red Hook Community Justice Center are products of this unique partnership.The Center is a project of the New York State Unified Court System and Fund for the City of New York.
Drug abuse , Attendance court and truancy , Community development , Public safety , Prison reform , Men , Community Prosecution , Human services , Alternative to Detention , Juvenile Justice , Domestic Violence , Women , Youth Dating Violence , Multi-service agency , Mediation , Youth , Housing and homelessness , Anti-gang , Trial and Error , Gun Violence , Family , Sex Offense , Adult and Juvenile Mental Health , Problem solving court , Conflict resolution , Criminal Justice , Recidivism and research , Victim support , Parole re-entry , Crime and safety , Native American and Tribal Justice , Technology