Heal and Punish? When Therapy Is the Alternative to IncarcerationJan 09, 2019 Listen
Rikers: An American Jail (Best of 2018)Dec 26, 2018 Listen
Prosecutor Power #6: Larry Krasner, The AntagonistDec 12, 2018 Listen
Prosecutor Power #5, Adam Foss: Use Your Power WellNov 28, 2018 Listen
Race, Trauma, and Healing in Crown Heights, BrooklynNov 09, 2018 Listen
Misdemeanorland: Social Control and New York City's Lower-Level CourtsOct 26, 2018 Listen
The Most Hot-Button Issue in Criminal Justice Reform?Oct 05, 2018 Listen
Prosecutor Power #4: Kim Foxx, Rooted in HumanitySep 20, 2018 Listen
Criminal Justice as Social Justice: A Conversation With Bruce WesternSep 06, 2018 Listen
Financial Insecurity and Domestic Violence: A Conversation about Child SupportAug 22, 2018 Listen
Prosecutor Power #3: Reform From Within—The Brooklyn D.A.Aug 08, 2018 Listen
How the Law Intersects with Everyday Life: Promoting Access to Civil JusticeJul 20, 2018 Listen
Rikers: An American JailJul 05, 2018 Listen
Keeping the Peace: Patrick Sharkey on Sustaining the Great Crime DeclineJun 20, 2018 Listen
How Do We Tell What's Working? Disrupting the Justice Evaluation ModelJun 06, 2018 Listen
Putting the Public in Public Defending: Standing Up for a Profession in CrisisMay 23, 2018 Listen
Prosecutor Power #2: A Public Defender on the Urgency of ReformMay 04, 2018 Listen
Violence, Trauma, and Healing in Crown Heights, BrooklynApr 19, 2018 Listen
Prosecutor Power #1: John Pfaff on Mass IncarcerationMar 27, 2018 Listen
Kansas City Domestic Violence Court: Assessing Risk, Addressing NeedsMar 20, 2018 Listen
Reducing Incarceration Now: A Conversation About 'Start Here'Mar 07, 2018 Listen
Renewing Justice: When the Library Becomes a Community CourtFeb 21, 2018 Listen
Project SAFE: Improving Services for Criminalized Black WomenJan 10, 2018 Listen
Designing Decarceration: Architect Deanna Van BurenOct 17, 2017 Listen
Improving Access to Civil Justice: A Conversation with Jordan DresslerAug 15, 2017 Listen
Harlem Parole Reentry Court: A GraduationJun 19, 2017Watch
Using Volunteers to Evaluate the Courtroom Experience: A Conversation about CourtWatch of King County, Wash.Jun 15, 2017 Listen
The End of Rikers? A conversation with Courtney Bryan about the Lippman Commission and its recommendation to close the Rikers Island jail facilityApr 21, 2017 Listen
What Does Reintegration Mean to You? The Muscogee (Creek) Nation Reintegration ProgramMar 31, 2017Watch
Reducing New York City's Jail PopulationMar 23, 2017 Listen
Problem-Solving in L.A.: Multiple Issues, One Collaborative CourtJan 16, 2017 Listen
Seeking Evidence: A Professor Looks for Empirical Proof to Improve Access to JusticeDec 16, 2016 Listen
How Can Lawyers Help Address Poverty and Eviction? A Conversation with Law Professor Raymond BresciaDec 13, 2016 Listen
Houston's SAFE Court Offers Victims of Human Trafficking a New PathNov 09, 2016 Listen
Taking a Collaborative Approach to Addressing Racial and Ethnic Disparities in the Justice SystemOct 25, 2016 Listen
The Potential for Bias in Risk-Assessment Tools: A ConversationOct 19, 2016 Listen
Fairness, Procedural Justice, and Domestic Violence: A Conversation with Judge Jeffrey KremersAug 30, 2016 Listen
Foundations Can Support Justice Reform, If You Know How to Ask: A Conversation with James LewisAug 19, 2016 Listen
Strengthening Ties Between Police and the Community: A Conversation about Restorative Justice in Madison, WisconsinAug 09, 2016 Listen
A Second Chance Society: A Conversation about Justice Reform in ConnecticutJul 12, 2016 Listen
‘An Open and Inviting Court’: Judge Joe Perez of the Orange County Community Court Talks Procedural JusticeJun 15, 2016 Listen
Jails as Psychiatric Facilities: Addressing Mental Illness in the Justice System with Judge Steve LeifmanJun 14, 2016 Listen
'My Partner, My Enemy': New York State Judge John LeventhalJun 07, 2016 Listen
10 Years of Community Justice in Melbourne, Australia: An Interview with Kerry WalkerJun 02, 2016 Listen
'Invest in Your Participants': Deborah Barrows of Community Partners in ActionMay 23, 2016 Listen
Prosecutors Explore New Solutions to Public Safety Concerns: A Conversation about the 'Smart Prosecution Initiative'Apr 28, 2016 Listen
Reducing Violence Through Media Training and Cultural AwarenessApr 28, 2016 Listen
Sustainability Strategies for Youth Advisory Boards: A Podcast on Youth EngagementApr 27, 2016 Listen
A Trauma-informed Approach to Reducing Youth ViolenceApr 20, 2016 Listen
Breaking the Cycle of Violence By Reaching Youth At SchoolFeb 28, 2016 Listen
The Strengths and Limitations of Risk Assessment: Professor Susan Turner of the University of California-IrvineFeb 10, 2016 Listen
'Evidence-based Practices for Community Corrections': San Diego County Chief Probation Officer Mack JenkinsFeb 03, 2016 Listen
New Approaches in Indigent DefenseJan 27, 2016 Listen
Innovations in Pretrial Justice: The View from DenverJan 20, 2016 Listen
Race, Data, and Procedural Justice: A Conversation with David SlaytonJan 13, 2016 Listen
Improving Outcomes for Individuals with Co-occurring DisordersJan 07, 2016 Listen
'Hammers Don't Work': Alameda County Chief Public Defender Brendon WoodsDec 30, 2015 Listen
The Neuroscience of Addiction and Pharmacological TreatmentDec 16, 2015 Listen
With an Evidence-based Curriculum, Improving Outcomes for Minority Male YouthDec 10, 2015 Listen
Working With Unlikely Allies: A Conversation With Marc LevinDec 02, 2015 Listen
A Policing Approach That Improves Health and Wellness of YouthNov 18, 2015 Listen
“They’re Not Talking About Me”: Race, Cultural Responsivity, and Domestic ViolenceNov 10, 2015 Listen
Red Hook Community Justice Center 15th AnniversaryNov 04, 2015 Listen
Hospital-based Violence Intervention and a New Approach to TraumaOct 22, 2015 Listen
Coming Home to Harlem: Understanding the Impact of a Reentry CourtOct 02, 2015 Listen
'An Obligation To Solve Problems in the Community': A Conversation With Milwaukee District Attorney John ChisholmSep 24, 2015 Listen
A Hospital-based Approach to Stopping Youth ViolenceAug 25, 2015 Listen
Safer Tomorrows: The Grand Forks Defending Childhood InitiativeJul 23, 2015 Listen
The Cuyahoga County Defending Childhood InitiativeJul 16, 2015 Listen
The Defending Childhood Demonstration ProjectJun 26, 2015 Listen
Supervised Visitation: The New York Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children's Unique ApproachJun 12, 2015 Listen
Using Evidence-Based Assessment To Create Problem-Solving InterventionsApr 17, 2015 Listen
Babies in the Child Welfare System to Get More Help in the Bronx, Along with Their FamiliesApr 03, 2015 Listen
How Electronic Records Are Transforming The Justice SystemMar 09, 2015 Listen
Understanding Youth Violence: A Conversation with Dr. Joel FeinFeb 17, 2015 Listen
Criminal Justice at the Crossroads: Transforming Crime and PunishmentJan 24, 2015 Listen
Hospital Seeks to Halt Violence Among Minority YouthJan 20, 2015 Listen
To Help Teens Experiencing Dating Violence, Meet Young People Where They're AtDec 02, 2014 Listen
The International Rule of Law Movement: David Marshall on the Need for ReformSep 09, 2014 Listen
Community-Oriented Public Safety Strategies: A Conversation with Long Beach Police Chief Jim McDonnellAug 12, 2014 Listen
Gavin Newsom: Community Justice 2014Jul 21, 2014Watch
Importing Innovation: the Challenges and Rewards of Transplanting a Program from One Nation to AnotherJul 15, 2014 Listen
Los Angeles City Attorney Says Listening is Key to Developing Effective Community-Based ProgrammingJul 02, 2014 Listen
Rebuilding Trust in Government in a Country Recovering from Guerrilla WarfareJun 11, 2014 Listen
How Procedural Justice Strengthens the Public's Willingness to Obey the LawMay 29, 2014 Listen
Minimizing the Collateral Consequences of a ConvictionMay 12, 2014 Listen
Improving Outcomes by Assessing the Impact of Trauma on OffendersMay 07, 2014 Listen
Deploying Public Health Strategies to Address Drug AddictionMay 06, 2014 Listen
Family Voices in Juvenile JusticeMay 05, 2014Watch
Thoughtful Implementation is Essential for Evidence-based Practices to SucceedMay 02, 2014 Listen
After 5 Years, the San Francisco Community Justice Center Continues to AdaptApr 30, 2014 Listen
Evidence-based Practices, Reducing Unnecessary Incarceration are Priorities for Bureau of Justice AssistanceApr 29, 2014 Listen
Teenagers Learn about the Law as They Grapple with Cases of Bias & BullyingApr 02, 2014 Listen
Innovation on the Last Frontier: A Conversation about the Anchorage Mental Health CourtFeb 28, 2014 Listen
Mental Health and Juvenile Justice: A Discussion about QUEST FuturesFeb 04, 2014 Listen
Rapid Response is a Priority for Domestic Violence Court in Boise, IdahoJan 02, 2014 Listen
The Harlem Justice Corps Combines Education with Community Service for Justice-Involved Young PeopleDec 06, 2013 Listen