CEPP on Transforming Pretrial Justice Systems
CEPP and APPR talk with Arnold Ventures about transforming pretrial systems in service of equity and fairness.
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Mimi Carter, Principal at the Center for Effective Public Policy, and Alison Shames, CEPP Senior Associate, Co-Directors of our Advancing Pretrial Policy and Research (APPR) initiative, talk with Arnold Ventures about transforming pretrial systems in service of equity and fairness. APPR plays a unique role in the pretrial reform landscape because it helps local court systems implement new, comprehensive, evidence-based policies—and then rigorously evaluate them to ensure they’re moving communities towards greater justice, providing governments and communities with data that ensures both transparency and accountability. Click here to read the full interview.