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        Prosecutors, judges, and court personnel are continuously looking for new approaches to clearing cases, decreasing dockets and preventing recidivism. Throughout the U.S., experts have found that crimes involving drugs, gun violence and mentally ill and disabled populations respond to special efforts to help hold accountable the individuals who have committed the crime, while also ensuring those individuals return to the community with the services and supervision they need to help them stop their negative behavior. Local court personnel may choose methods unique to their communities to meet these needs, and OJP is committed to providing the resources, tools, and support needed to help them test their ideas.

        Several OJP bureaus provide programming and research support to address court-related issues:

        • The Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) administers programming designed to assist prosecutors in several ways, including enhancing their ability to address gun crimes. BJA also provides assistance to adult drug courts and mental health courts across the country.
        • The Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) contributes to the reduction of youth crime and violence through its support of juvenile and family drug courts.
        • The National Institute of Justice (NIJ) sponsors criminal court research and court-based program evaluation to identify tools, programs, and policies that satisfy criminal justice goals including public safety, cost-efficiency, and fair and equitable treatment of victims and defendants.


        Also see the?Courts page?on OJP’s?CrimeSolutions.gov?for ratings of related programs.



        Information about establishing community courts is available in Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) publication, What is a Community Court? How the Model is Being Adapted Across the United States. For more information on community courts, visit the 信用卡审核未通过Center for Court Innovation website.


        Capital punishment statistics may be accessed from the Capital Punishment section of the Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) website.


        The National Institute of Justice (NIJ) sponsored publication, Offender Race and Case Outcomes: Do Crime Seriousness and Strength of Evidence Matter? Final Activities Report, examines the effect of race on a series of case processing decisions and compares case outcomes for offenders charged with a variety of felonies.