Centre for Justice Innovation

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Bristol Impact

BBC Somerset interviews Aubrey Fox of the Centre for Justice Innovation about Bristol’s IMPACT program, an initiative that brings together criminal justice agencies to provide supervision and support to chronic offenders in Somerset.

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Justice From the Ground Up

Blair Gibbs from Policy Exchange talks to Eolas, Ireland's leading business and public policy magazine, about "From the Ground Up," the Centre for Justice Innovation's recent paper on how to promote criminal justice reform through the use of demonstration projects.

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Our Justice System Must Embrace Innovation as a Necessity

By Anton Shelupanov

Article advocating the creation of a UK-based Centre for Justice Innovation.

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Prevention Action references Centre for Justice Innovation research

A new article from Prevention Action describes the transformation of New York based on Greg Berman's report "A Thousand Small Sanities" published by the Centre for Justice Innovation.

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Promoting Criminal Justice Reform

By Aubrey Fox

Blog post describing the Center for Court Innovation’s initial planning study examining the feasibility of launching a London office.  Available on the Kent County Council’s blog, Transformed by You.

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Punitive court fines 'undermine respect for the law'

An article in The Guardian describes the Centre for Justice Innovation's critique of mandatory, punitive fines in English and Welsh criminal courts that the Centre says undermines respect for the law.

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Social Justice: Can courts do more than process and punish?

Noted UK prison reformer Rob Allen writes about his visit to Newark Community Solutions, one of the Center for Court Innovation's most recent demonstration projects.

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Straight Out of Red Hook: A Community Justice Centre Grows in Liverpool

By Adam Mansky

The story of how the Red Hook Community Justice Center is serving as a model for a similar problem-solving experiment in Great Britain. Published in Judicature, Vol. 87, No.5 (March-April 2004)

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The Young Foundation: ‘We Need Innovation’

Anton Shelupanov writes a column for the Barrow Cadbury Trust’s Transition to Adulthood newsletter describing the partnership between the Young Foundation and the Center for Court Innovation.

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Why We Need to Create a 'NICE for Social Policy'

The UK think tank NESTA mentions the Centre for Justice Innovation as a potential model for improving the way evidence is used in social policy.

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