Juvenile Justice

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An Introduction to Project Reset

An Introduction to Project Reset

This video provides a short and engaging introduction to Project Reset, our program providing meaningful diversion opportunities for 16- and 17-year-olds in New York City arrested for the first time for a low-level, non-violent crime. Successful participants will never set foot in a courtroom and will have no criminal record. The video explains the requirements of the program, the opportunity to be connected with voluntary services, and the criteria for eligibility.

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A Day at Puyallup GREAT Camp

A Day at Puyallup GREAT Camp

The Puyallup Tribe of Indians created the GREAT Program to intervene with gang-involved youth, create a safer school climate, and provide pro-social gang prevention activities to community youth. In addition to the in-class curriculum, the program provides camp opportunities for youth to participate in throughout the year. This video follows youth, teachers, officers, staff and elders through their summer camp experience, where they share stories on how the program has impacted their lives.

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Getting to Know YOUth

Getting to Know YOUth

In partnership with the New York City Police Department, the 2015-16 Youth Justice Board created this short video to increase understanding, cooperation, and trust between law enforcement and youth, and promote stronger police-community relationships.

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Connecticut Governor Malloy Addresses Justice Summit

Connecticut Governor Malloy Addresses Justice Summit

Dannel P. Malloy, the governor of Connecticut, was the keynote speaker at Justice Innovations in Times of Change, a summit sponsored by the Center for Court Innovation and the U.S. Department of Justice's Bureau of Justice Assistance in September 2016. The governor spoke about reforms under way in his state that have raised the age of criminal responsibility to 18, reduced the use of incarceration, and lowered crime to levels not seen since the 1960s.

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Those In-Between: What We're Learning About Young Adult Justice (Part II) at Community Justice 2016

Those In-Between: What We're Learning About Young Adult Justice (Part II) at Community Justice 2016

This panel, held at the 2016 Community Justice International Summit, explores new approaches to young adult justice that emphasize diversion and alternatives to incarceration. Moderated by Adam Mansky, director of operations at the Center for Court Innovation, the panelists include Vincent Schiraldi, senior research fellow for the Program in Criminal Justice Policy and Management at Harvard University, and Brent Cohen, senior advisor at the Department of Justice's Office of Justice Programs.

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Those In-Between: What We're Learning About Young Adult Justice (Part I) at Community Justice 2016

Those In-Between: What We're Learning About Young Adult Justice (Part I) at Community Justice 2016

This panel, held at the 2016 Community Justice International Summit, explores new approaches to young adult justice that emphasize diversion and alternatives to incarceration. Moderated by Adam Mansky, director of operations at the Center for Court Innovation, the panelists include Vincent Schiraldi, senior research fellow for the Program in Criminal Justice Policy and Management at Harvard University, and Brent Cohen, senior advisor at the Department of Justice's Office of Justice Programs.

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The Short Answer: What are the Benefits of Giving Youth a Voice in their Probation Supervision and Service Plans?

The Short Answer: What are the Benefits of Giving Youth a Voice in their Probation Supervision and Service Plans?

Ana Bermudez, commissioner of the New York City Department of Probation, responds to the question: What are the benefits of giving youth a voice in their probation supervision and service plans? 

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The Short Answer: In What Ways Can We Improve Outcomes for Youth Who Enter the Juvenile Justice System?

The Short Answer: In What Ways Can We Improve Outcomes for Youth Who Enter the Juvenile Justice System?

New York City Family Court Administrative Judge Jeanette Ruiz responds to the question: In what ways can we improve outcomes for youth who enter the juvenile justice system?

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Family Voices in Juvenile Justice

Family Voices in Juvenile Justice

The juvenile justice system can be stressful and confusing for young people and their families. This 13-minute video supports families by answering some common questions: Who are the key people I may meet? Am I expected to appear in court with my child? What's going to happen to my child? What can I do as a family member to help?

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Seen in NY: Youth Justice Board

Seen in NY: Youth Justice Board

This short video about the 2012-13 Youth Justice Board was produced by New Learning Times, a project of Columbia Teachers College’s Education Lab, as part of its "Seen in New York" series.

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Talking It Through: A Teen-Police Dialogue

Talking It Through: A Teen-Police Dialogue

Relationships between police officers and young people are often challenging and unfriendly. One way to reduce tension and increase respect is to bring these two groups together in conversation to speak honestly and learn more about their different perspectives.

The Youth Justice Board, an after school program operated by the Center for Court Innovation that gives young people the opportunity to be advocates for their peers, created this video Talking It Through: A Teen-Police Dialogue, which shows how positive communication can build stronger, friendlier relationships between police officers and young people.  

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Attendance Video

Attendance Video

A look at the Attendance Achievement Program, a pilot program that offers schools a new tool to combat chronic absenteeism by supporting students and their families.

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Youth Justice Board

Youth Justice Board

Meet Theresa, an alumni member of the Youth Justice Board, a leadership and civic engagement program in New York City. The Youth Justice Board brings together a group of teens to investigate an issue that deeply affects young people and develop policy proposals based on their research.

Contact
  • New York
  • 520 8th Avenue
  • 18th Floor
  • New York, NY 10018
  • phone: 646.386.3100
  • Syracuse
  • 601 Tully Street
  • Syracuse, NY 13204
  • phone: 315.266.4330
  • London
  • Canterbury Court
    1-3 Brixton Road
  • London, SW9 6DE
  • phone: +44 2076.329.060