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New Thinking, a Center for Court Innovation Podcast

By Center for Court Innovation

Research. Development. Justice. Reform.

  1. 1.
    Misdemeanors Matter #3: Rachael Rollins Reboots Low-Level Justice04/17/2019
    42:26
  2. 2.
    New Jails to End All Jails?03/29/2019
    31:37
  3. 3.
    The Cost of Being Poor? The Fight Against Fines and Fees03/13/2019
    35:19
  4. 4.
    Prosecutor Power #8: What’s Next for Progressive Prosecutors?02/20/2019
    27:07
  5. 5.
    Misdemeanors Matter #2: Alexandra Natapoff on a Legacy of Injustice02/06/2019
    37:48
  6. 6.
    Prosecutor Power #7: Strength in Numbers01/25/2019
    27:56
  7. 7.
    Heal and Punish? When Therapy Is the Alternative to Incarceration01/09/2019
    33:27
  8. 8.
    Rikers: An American Jail (Best of 2018)12/26/2018
    35:36
  1. 9.
    Prosecutor Power #6: Larry Krasner, The Antagonist12/12/2018
    38:01
  2. 10.
    Prosecutor Power #5, Adam Foss: Use Your Power Well11/28/2018
    33:34
  3. 11.
    Race, Trauma, and Healing in Crown Heights, Brooklyn11/09/2018
    22:16
  4. 12.
    Misdemeanors Matter #1: Social Control and the Lower Criminal Courts10/26/2018
    29:25
  5. 13.
    The Most Hot-Button Issue in Criminal Justice Reform?10/05/2018
    30:21
  6. 14.
    Prosecutor Power #4: Kim Foxx, Rooted in Humanity09/20/2018
    45:54
  7. 15.
    Criminal Justice as Social Justice: A Conversation With Bruce Western09/06/2018
    34:31
  8. 16.
    Financial Insecurity and Domestic Violence: A Conversation about Child Support08/22/2018
    24:50
  9. 17.
    Prosecutor Power #3: Reform From Within—The Brooklyn D.A.08/08/2018
    26:23
  10. 18.
    How the Law Intersects with Everyday Life: Promoting Access to Civil Justice07/20/2018
    38:55
  11. 19.
    Rikers: An American Jail07/05/2018
    35:36
  12. 20.
    Keeping the Peace: Patrick Sharkey on Sustaining the Great Crime Decline06/20/2018
    29:26
  13. 21.
    How Do We Tell What’s Working? Disrupting the Justice Evaluation Model06/06/2018
    19:23
  14. 22.
    Putting the Public in Public Defending: Standing Up for a Profession in Crisis05/23/2018
    20:25
  15. 23.
    Prosecutor Power #2: A Public Defender on the Urgency of Reform05/04/2018
    26:56
  16. 24.
    Violence, Trauma, and Healing in Crown Heights, Brooklyn04/19/2018
    21:25
  17. 25.
    Prosecutor Power #1: John Pfaff on Mass Incarceration03/27/2018
    24:44
  18. 26.
    Kansas City Domestic Violence Court: Assessing Risk, Addressing Needs03/20/2018
    17:35
  19. 27.
    Reducing Incarceration Now: A Conversation About ‘Start Here’03/07/2018
    26:10
  20. 28.
    Renewing Justice: When the Library Becomes a Community Court02/21/2018
    16:23
  21. 29.
    Project SAFE: Improving Services for Criminalized Black Women01/10/2018
    19:10
  22. 30.
    Designing Decarceration: Architect Deanna Van Buren10/17/2017
    17:17
  23. 31.
    Improving Access to Civil Justice: A Conversation with Jordan Dressler08/15/2017
    18:22
  24. 32.
    Using Volunteers to Evaluate the Courtroom Experience: A Conversation about CourtWatch of King County, Wash.06/15/2017
    19:08
  25. 33.
    The End of Rikers? A conversation with Courtney Bryan about the Lippman Commission and its recommendation to close the Rikers Island jail facility04/21/2017
    21:33
  26. 34.
    Reducing New York City’s Jail Population03/23/2017
    20:04
  27. 35.
    Problem-Solving in L.A.: Multiple Issues, One Collaborative Court01/16/2017
    16:33
  28. 36.
    Seeking Evidence: A Professor Looks for Empirical Proof to Improve Access to Justice12/16/2016
    26:28
  29. 37.
    How Can Lawyers Help Address Poverty and Eviction? A Conversation with Law Professor Raymond Brescia12/13/2016
    23:41
  30. 38.
    Houston’s SAFE Court Offers Victims of Human Trafficking a New Path11/09/2016
    24:18
  31. 39.
    Taking a Collaborative Approach to Addressing Racial and Ethnic Disparities in the Justice System10/25/2016
    18:26
  32. 40.
    The Potential for Bias in Risk-Assessment Tools: A Conversation10/19/2016
    17:41
  33. 41.
    Fairness, Procedural Justice, and Domestic Violence: A Conversation with Judge Jeffrey Kremers08/30/2016
    13:49
  34. 42.
    Foundations Can Support Justice Reform, If You Know How to Ask: A Conversation with James Lewis08/19/2016
    14:14
  35. 43.
    Strengthening Ties Between Police and the Community: A Conversation about Restorative Justice in Madison, Wisconsin08/09/2016
    19:28
  36. 44.
    A Second Chance Society: A Conversation about Justice Reform in Connecticut07/12/2016
    20:19
  37. 45.
    ‘An Open and Inviting Court’: Judge Joe Perez of the Orange County Community Court Talks Procedural Justice06/15/2016
    11:38
  38. 46.
    Jails as Psychiatric Facilities: Addressing Mental Illness in the Justice System with Judge Steve Leifman06/14/2016
    15:47
  39. 47.
    ‘My Partner, My Enemy’: New York State Judge John Leventhal06/07/2016
    12:08
  40. 48.
    10 Years of Community Justice in Melbourne, Australia: An Interview with Kerry Walker06/02/2016
    15:56
  41. 49.
    ‘Invest in Your Participants’: Deborah Barrows of Community Partners in Action05/23/2016
    16:21
  42. 50.
    Reducing Violence Through Media Training and Cultural Awareness04/28/2016
    14:15
  43. 51.
    Prosecutors Explore New Solutions to Public Safety Concerns: A Conversation about the ‘Smart Prosecution Initiative’04/28/2016
    14:05
  44. 52.
    Sustainability Strategies for Youth Advisory Boards: A Podcast on Youth Engagement04/27/2016
    18:09
  45. 53.
    A Trauma-informed Approach to Reducing Youth Violence04/20/2016
    11:10
  46. 54.
    Breaking the Cycle of Violence By Reaching Youth At School02/28/2016
    10:31
  47. 55.
    The Strengths and Limitations of Risk Assessment: Professor Susan Turner of the University of California-Irvine02/10/2016
    11:01
  48. 56.
    ‘Evidence-based Practices for Community Corrections’: San Diego County Chief Probation Officer Mack Jenkins02/03/2016
    10:10
  49. 57.
    New Approaches in Indigent Defense01/27/2016
    11:57
  50. 58.
    Innovations in Pretrial Justice: The View from Denver01/20/2016
    8:55
  51. 59.
    Race, Data, and Procedural Justice: A Conversation with David Slayton01/13/2016
    11:59
  52. 60.
    Improving Outcomes for Individuals with Co-occurring Disorders01/07/2016
    13:35
  53. 61.
    ‘Hammers Don’t Work’: Alameda County Chief Public Defender Brendon Woods12/30/2015
    5:28
  54. 62.
    The Neuroscience of Addiction and Pharmacological Treatment12/16/2015
    12:02
  55. 63.
    With an Evidence-based Curriculum, Improving Outcomes for Minority Male Youth12/10/2015
    16:00
  56. 64.
    Working With Unlikely Allies: A Conversation With Marc Levin12/02/2015
    9:30
  57. 65.
    A Policing Approach That Improves Health and Wellness of Youth11/18/2015
    12:57
  58. 66.
    “They’re Not Talking About Me”: Race, Cultural Responsivity, and Domestic Violence11/10/2015
    11:00
  59. 67.
    Red Hook Community Justice Center 15th Anniversary11/04/2015
    5:32
  60. 68.
    Hospital-based Violence Intervention and a New Approach to Trauma10/22/2015
    12:34
  61. 69.
    Coming Home to Harlem: Understanding the Impact of a Reentry Court10/02/2015
    10:23
  62. 70.
    ‘An Obligation To Solve Problems in the Community’: A Conversation With Milwaukee District Attorney John Chisholm09/24/2015
    11:39
  63. 71.
    A Hospital-based Approach to Stopping Youth Violence08/25/2015
    11:43
  64. 72.
    Safer Tomorrows: The Grand Forks Defending Childhood Initiative07/23/2015
    10:59
  65. 73.
    The Cuyahoga County Defending Childhood Initiative07/16/2015
    13:00
  66. 74.
    The Defending Childhood Demonstration Project06/26/2015
    14:01
  67. 75.
    Supervised Visitation: The New York Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children’s Unique Approach06/12/2015
    12:02
  68. 76.
    Using Evidence-Based Assessment To Create Problem-Solving Interventions04/17/2015
    15:10
  69. 77.
    Babies in the Child Welfare System to Get More Help in the Bronx, Along with Their Families04/03/2015
    12:41
  70. 78.
    How Electronic Records Are Transforming The Justice System03/09/2015
    14:15
  71. 79.
    Understanding Youth Violence: A Conversation with Dr. Joel Fein02/17/2015
    7:39
  72. 80.
    Criminal Justice at the Crossroads: Transforming Crime and Punishment01/24/2015
    11:59
  73. 81.
    Hospital Seeks to Halt Violence Among Minority Youth01/20/2015
    9:20
  74. 82.
    To Help Teens Experiencing Dating Violence, Meet Young People Where They’re At12/02/2014
    17:06
  75. 83.
    The International Rule of Law Movement: David Marshall on the Need for Reform09/09/2014
    10:31
  76. 84.
    Community-Oriented Public Safety Strategies: A Conversation with Long Beach Police Chief Jim McDonnell08/12/2014
    9:54
  77. 85.
    Importing Innovation: the Challenges and Rewards of Transplanting a Program from One Nation to Another07/15/2014
    13:27
  78. 86.
    Los Angeles City Attorney Says Listening is Key to Developing Effective Community-Based Programming07/02/2014
    9:32
  79. 87.
    Rebuilding Trust in Government in a Country Recovering from Guerrilla Warfare06/11/2014
    11:32
  80. 88.
    How Procedural Justice Strengthens the Public’s Willingness to Obey the Law05/29/2014
    12:09
  81. 89.
    Minimizing the Collateral Consequences of a Conviction05/12/2014
    11:15
  82. 90.
    Improving Outcomes by Assessing the Impact of Trauma on Offenders05/07/2014
    10:35
  83. 91.
    Deploying Public Health Strategies to Address Drug Addiction05/06/2014
    10:15
  84. 92.
    Thoughtful Implementation is Essential for Evidence-based Practices to Succeed05/02/2014
    11:45
  85. 93.
    After 5 Years, the San Francisco Community Justice Center Continues to Adapt04/30/2014
    9:45
  86. 94.
    Evidence-based Practices, Reducing Unnecessary Incarceration are Priorities for Bureau of Justice Assistance04/29/2014
    10:18
  87. 95.
    Teenagers Learn about the Law as They Grapple with Cases of Bias & Bullying04/02/2014
    11:20
  88. 96.
    Innovation on the Last Frontier: A Conversation about the Anchorage Mental Health Court02/28/2014
    13:10
  89. 97.
    Mental Health and Juvenile Justice: A Discussion about QUEST Futures02/04/2014
    10:51
  90. 98.
    Rapid Response is a Priority for Domestic Violence Court in Boise, Idaho01/02/2014
    12:26
  91. 99.
    The Harlem Justice Corps Combines Education with Community Service for Justice-Involved Young People12/06/2013
    11:22
  92. 100.
    Community Court in Brooklyn Lowers Recidivism, Researchers Find11/04/2013
    13:00
  93. 101.
    Midtown Community Court Celebrates 20 Years of Problem-Solving Justice10/25/2013
    5:42
  94. 102.
    Information Technology & Social Services: Tracking Clients, Treatment, and Compliance10/03/2013
    10:18
  95. 103.
    Addressing Domestic Violence in Guam: a Judge’s Perspective09/13/2013
    12:25
  96. 104.
    Experts at Your Fingertips: The National Drug Court Online Learning System07/09/2013
    10:49
  97. 105.
    A View of Domestic Violence from the Judge’s Bench07/02/2013
    10:39
  98. 106.
    Adolescent Diversion Program in NY: Researchers Discuss First-Year Impacts06/18/2013
    10:50
  99. 107.
    Domestic Violence and Child Custody: A 4-Part Model for Helping Judges Make More Informed Decisions06/05/2013
    9:58
  100. 108.
    After Rockefeller: Research Findings on the Statewide Impact of Judicial Diversion05/22/2013
    9:43
  101. 109.
    Welcome to Problem Solving: Kelly O’Neill Levy Embraces Her New Assignment as Presiding Judge of the Harlem Community Justice Center05/13/2013
    10:09
  102. 110.
    Studying Reentry: A Conversation about Research and Reentry Courts04/15/2013
    10:25
  103. 111.
    Innovation Down Under: Director of New Centre Explains What Justice Innovation Looks Like In Australia03/29/2013
    10:07
  104. 112.
    Changes ‘That Don’t Roll Back’: Using Technology to Institutionalize Innovation01/16/2013
    10:46
  105. 113.
    Testing a Public Health Approach to Gun Violence: A conversation on new research01/15/2013
    11:01
  106. 114.
    Child or Adult? Adolescent Diversion Program Says ‘Child’ is Right Answer11/23/2012
    9:47
  107. 115.
    Lessons from London: Improving Probation on Both Sides of the Atlantic11/17/2012
    11:14
  108. 116.
    Payback with a Purpose11/09/2012
    9:28
  109. 117.
    Taking Responsibility: A Conversation on Restorative Justice and Youth10/23/2012
    11:04
  110. 118.
    Beyond Fighting Crime, Police in a Minnesota Town Seek to Foster a Sense of Community10/01/2012
    9:09
  111. 119.
    Officials Announce Funding for the Brownsville Anti-Violence Project08/28/2012
    5:42
  112. 120.
    Improving Youth Programming: The Role of Research08/16/2012
    12:16
  113. 121.
    Parent Support Program Helps Repair Parent-Child Relationships08/10/2012
    12:10
  114. 122.
    Lacking U.S. Citizenship, Some Survivors of Domestic Violence Face Extra Challenges07/23/2012
    10:46
  115. 123.
    Can Batterers be Rehabilitated?07/09/2012
    12:32
  116. 124.
    ‘Each One’s a Success When They Walk Through That Door’: Creating and Sustaining a Tribal Peacemaking Program07/06/2012
    12:25
  117. 125.
    Peacemaking: How Native American Elders Use Tradition to Support Offender Reintegration06/21/2012
    13:59
  118. 126.
    Lessons from Australia: What Researchers Have Learned about the Melbourne Neighbourhood Justice Centre03/28/2012
    10:12
  119. 127.
    The Architecture of Collaboration: A New Courthouse in Colorado has Cooperation in Mind03/21/2012
    8:42
  120. 128.
    Sustaining Community Courts: What Makes a Program Attractive to Potential Funders?03/14/2012
    9:30
  121. 129.
    In Vancouver, Offenders Find Community Service is a Two-Way Street03/07/2012
    8:28
  122. 130.
    Breaking the Cycle: A Canadian Province Explores an Integrated Approach to Addressing Offenders’ Underlying Problems02/29/2012
    10:26
  123. 131.
    Connections Among People: Tracking and Preventing Violence through Social Network Analysis02/17/2012
    8:12
  124. 132.
    A Community Court Takes Washington D.C.: Expanding the Model in the Nation’s Capital02/17/2012
    9:55
  125. 133.
    ‘Victims, Not Perpetrators’: Ohio’s Changing Actions To Change Habits Court02/05/2012
    11:33
  126. 134.
    Changing Perceptions: A Conversation on Prostitution Diversion with Judge Fernando Camacho12/21/2011
    11:36
  127. 135.
    Celebrating 15 Years of Reform: NYC Mayor Bloomberg and Others Reflect on the Center’s Achievements10/05/2011
    7:05
  128. 136.
    Involved Communities Support Vermont’s Restorative Justice Panels09/29/2011
    14:05
  129. 137.
    The Evolution of a Prosecutor: Early Intervention Improves Safety and Saves Money09/02/2011
    10:09
  130. 138.
    Military Families: How Courts and Communities Can Offer Support09/01/2011
    10:47
  131. 139.
    Elder Abuse: Looking for Effective Responses08/18/2011
    12:46
  132. 140.
    Tribal Courts and Families: Native American Sovereignty and the Indian Child Welfare Act08/17/2011
    13:24
  133. 141.
    A Community Process: Strategies to Improve the Response to Domestic Violence08/12/2011
    12:37
  134. 142.
    Privileged Work: A Conversation about Victim Advocacy06/01/2011
    11:42
  135. 143.
    With 11 Questions, Officers Assess Homicide Risk05/18/2011
    14:39
  136. 144.
    An Outsider’s Perspective on an Inside Job05/09/2011
    13:52
  137. 145.
    Solving and Preventing Homicides through Collaboration04/27/2011
    13:04
  138. 146.
    What Can Law Enforcement Learn from Public Health?03/11/2011
    12:21
  139. 147.
    What Victims Really Need: A Conversation with Author and Victim Advocate Susan Herman01/12/2011
    14:40
  140. 148.
    Problem-Solving Justice in Indian Country: The Navajo Nation Plans a Pilot Community Court12/22/2010
    14:37
  141. 149.
    Dallas Community Courts Make Cleaner, Safer Streets a Top Priority11/01/2010
    8:28
  142. 150.
    David Kennedy: Innovating New Approaches to Justice (Part II)07/30/2010
    10:30
  143. 151.
    David Kennedy: The Story behind the Drug Market Initiative (Part I)06/30/2010
    14:52
  144. 152.
    Red Hook Community Justice Center Marks its 10-Year Anniversary06/07/2010
    9:24
  145. 153.
    Confronting Gender Violence in Afghanistan04/08/2010
    14:56
  146. 154.
    Addressing Crime and Conflict in Baltimore through Community Conferencing03/01/2010
    10:17
  147. 155.
    Manhattan’s New District Attorney Supports Reentry Initiatives03/01/2010
    6:47
  148. 156.
    Shutting Drug Markets in High Point, North Carolina12/15/2009
    11:11
  149. 157.
    Will Prison Overcrowding in California Inspire Positive Change?11/02/2009
    16:55
  150. 158.
    Giving the Community a Role in Corrections10/09/2009
    16:13
  151. 159.
    Harry Belafonte Congratulates Harlem Reentry Court Graduates09/14/2009
    5:18
  152. 160.
    Drug Courts: Past, Present, Future07/30/2009
    15:47
  153. 161.
    The Challenges of Differentiating among Domestic Violence Offenders06/23/2009
    12:37
  154. 162.
    Herb Sturz Works Behind the Scenes to Spark Innovation05/26/2009
    17:19
  155. 163.
    Community Policing and Community Courts04/08/2009
    7:46
  156. 164.
    Addressing Vacant Properties through Prevention, Enforcement and Redevelopment03/13/2009
    8:39
  157. 165.
    Fighting Mortgage Fraud02/09/2009
    9:46
  158. 166.
    Giving Youth a Voice in Justice Policy01/08/2009
    9:24
  159. 167.
    Addressing Domestic Violence in New Orleans12/05/2008
    12:08
  160. 168.
    A New Court in California: An Interview with Judge Wendy Lindley11/07/2008
    9:44
  161. 169.
    Community Justice in Baltimore10/27/2008
    8:56
  162. 170.
    Member of Parliament Discusses Community Justice09/29/2008
    12:13
  163. 171.
    Harlem Parole Reentry Court07/15/2008
    16:37
  164. 172.
    Youthful Offender Domestic Violence Court: Working with Teen Victims and Abusers06/03/2008
    12:21
  165. 173.
    Brooklyn Mental Health Court: Linking Offenders to Treatment05/08/2008
    8:32
  166. 174.
    UK’s Justice Secretary Visits Red Hook04/21/2008
    4:36

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