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New Thinking, a Center for Court Innovation Podcast

By Center for Court Innovation

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The Center for Court Innovation is a non-profit think tank based in New York that helps the justice system aid victims, reduce crime, and improve public trust in justice. Every day, the Center works with people who are making a difference on the ground--police chiefs testing new approaches to local crime, prosecutors experimenting with alternative sanctions, judges looking for new solutions to complex problems. NEW THINKING introduces listeners to the best and the brightest in the field: practitioners and academics who are spearheading meaningful justice reforms across the country and around the globe.

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Great stuff!

These podcasts are great: informative, to the point. Everyone interviewed is articulate and interesting. I think it's pretty unusual for an organization to accomplish as much as the Center for Court Innovation has and yet also be so thoughtful about it. The Center should serve as a model for others.

CCI is the best!

now I know I'm with the right company!! Continue to innovate the judicial system!!!

New Thinking, a Center for Court Innovation Podcast
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  • Category: Non-Profit
  • Language: English

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