Center for Court Innovation Law and Legal Definition

The Center for Court Innovation is a non-profit organization that helps courts and criminal justice agencies aid victims, reduce crime, and improve public trust in justice. The Center combines action and reflection to spark problem-solving innovation both locally and nationally.

The Center provides technical assistance and training to criminal justice reformers around the world. It functions as the court system’s independent research and development arm, creating demonstration projects that test new ideas. The center’s projects include community courts, drug courts, reentry courts, domestic violence courts, and mental health courts.