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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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Quattrone Center Assistant Director Ross Miller warns of the dangerous invisibility of prosecutorial misconduct

The Quattrone Center’s “Hidden Hazards” is a review of Pennsylvania prosecutorial misconduct claims that reveals a lack of transparency and accountability throughout the criminal justice system.

Quattrone Center’s review of prosecutorial misconduct claims finds a lack of transparency and accountability throughout the Pennsylvania criminal justice system

“Hidden Hazards” is based on a review of state and federal claims of prosecutorial misconduct between 2000 and 2016.

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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.

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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.

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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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