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Red Hook Community Justice Center at 15: Remarks of Brooklyn District Attorney Ken Thompson

Red Hook Community Justice Center at 15: Remarks of Brooklyn District Attorney Ken Thompson

Brooklyn District Attorney Ken Thompson discusses the importance of restoring public trust and confidence in the justice system in his remarks at the 15th anniversary celebration of the Red Hook Community Justice Center.

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The Red Hook Peacemaking Program

The Red Hook Peacemaking Program

Peacemaking is a traditional Native American approach to justice that focuses on healing and restoration rather than punishment.

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The Short Answer: Why is the Midtown Community Court's Emphasis on 'Community' Important?

The Short Answer: Why is the Midtown Community Court's Emphasis on 'Community' Important?

J.D. Noland, a community activist who has lived in the Midtown neighborhood since the founding of the Midtown Community Court in 1993, gives a short answer to the question: Why is the Midtown Community Court's emphasis on "community" important?

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Why Procedural Justice Matters: Tom R. Tyler at Community Justice 2012

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The Importance of Place in Crime: David Weisburd at Community Justice 2012

The Importance of Place in Crime: David Weisburd at Community Justice 2012

David Weisburd, director of the Center for Evidence-based Crime Policy at George Mason University, explains the link between crime and location during his address at Community Justice 2012: the International Conference of Community Courts.

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Reclaiming the Streets, Healing the Community: The High Point Drug Market Initiative

Reclaiming the Streets, Healing the Community: The High Point Drug Market Initiative

The Drug Market Initiative, which was piloted in High Point, N.C., seeks to stop open air drug dealing. This 10-minute video explains how it works. The video was directed and produced by the Center for Court Innovation, with funding from the U.S. Department of Justice.

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