This publication from the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution outlines how prosecutors can better serve the needs of those who frequently interact with the criminal justice and other social systems by implementing collaborative and community-centered solutions.
This report highlights the role that accountability courts—such as drug, mental health, veterans treatment, and other courts—play in reducing recidivism in Georgia.
This publication provides guidance to help assist state policymakers and practitioners in reforming, implementing, and appropriately targeting commitment law and practice—both inpatient and outpatient—to adults with serious mental illnesses.
This report identifies innovative practices that have proven successful in reducing the arrest and incarceration of individuals living with mental illness in jurisdictions across the country.
This guide shares best practices for providing reentry legal clinics and advocacy support in rural, tribal communities.
This primer provides legal stakeholders with an overview of pretrial risk assessment tools and how they operate, and describes the state of the research on their predictive validity and impact on pretrial decision-making.
This publication is intended to help readers understand the variety of pretrial improvements underway and where they are happening, including in a state-by-state table at the end of the document for quick reference.
This publication shows areas where prosecutors are particularly well-equipped to take the lead in helping to change the criminal justice system, from charging through sentencing.
This data snapshot examines characteristics of delinquency cases handled in juvenile court in 2016.
This national survey provides information about how the public thinks pretrial justice should work and finds substantial support for policies and decisions that limit the use of pretrial detention.