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New Thinking, a Center for Court Innovation Podcast
Research. Development. Justice. Reform.
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4.9 stars from 27 ratings
Such an informative podcast
This is such a great podcast! Its content is in-depth, yet simplistic enough for all audiences to access and understand. Absolutely recommend if you’re interested in hearing from a diverse number of professionals on issues surrounding criminal justice reform both nationally and specific to New...Read full review »
KaylaCK via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/26/19
Great Podcast
A really thoughtful and great podcast. Always feels well structured goes deep into the issues of criminal justice reform without every feeling too inside baseball.
iamasq via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 07/08/18
Good for Law Students
I'm a 1L, and this podcast always gives me a lot to think about on the way to class.
Resumeblank via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/11/18
Recent Episodes
Community service has long been a staple of sentencing in the U.S., and has long enjoyed a sunny, mostly uninterrogated, reputation as a more restorative and humane alternative to fines and fees or short-term jail. But two new reports—one from the Center for Court Innovation and one from the UCLA...
Published 11/08/19
The movements to end cash bail and close jails are connected, and gabriel sayegh has been in the thick of organizing both fights. The co-executive director of the Katal Center for Health, Equity, and Justice explains why he thinks New York’s impending reforms to bail are potentially the most...
Published 10/15/19
The former chief medical officer for New York City jails, Homer Venters realized early in his tenure that for many people dying in jail, the primary cause of death was jail itself. To document these deaths, Venters and his team created a statistical category no one had dared to track before:...
Published 09/25/19
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