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The Quattrone Center is a national research and policy hub created to catalyze long term structural improvements to the US criminal justice system.


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A Distinctly American Problem Needs Systematic Investigation

This article in The Atlantic discusses work by the Quattrone Center arguing that an NTSB-like entity could help to reduce police shootings.


Access to Health Care for Inmates Worsened Since Pandemic, Webinar Told

This article in The Crime Report  describes a Quattrone Center-sponsored event examining how COVID has affected prisoner health. The event was co-hosted with the Center on Media, Crime and Justice at John Jay College.


Review board releases report on Ingram-Lopez and Alvarado in-custody deaths, Tucson

This story describes the process and findings of the Quattrone Center-led Tucson Sentinel Event Review Board (SERB) inquiry into the deaths in custody of Damien Alvarado and Carlos Adrian Ingram-Lopez.

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Mental Health Court Would Benefit Bucks County, Mentally Ill Defendants, Report Says

This article in the Bucks County Courier Times describes research conducted by the Quattrone Center on specialized courts for addressing the needs of mentally ill individuals enmeshed in the criminal justice system

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Our Approach to Creating a Better Criminal Justice System

 Through its emphasis on data-driven, systemic solutions, the Law School’s Quattrone Center for the Fair Administration of Justice has become a national leader in reform efforts.

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The Quattrone Center’s Systems Approach

John F. Hollway C’92, Executive Director of the Quattrone Center, discusses the Center being a world-class policy hub for researching, debating, and framing solutions to the system’s most crucial problems.

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