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The Resource Fostering innovation in the U.S. court system : identifying high-priority technology and other needs for improving court operations and outcomes, Brian A. Jackson, Duren Banks, John S. Hollywood, Dulani Woods, Amanda Royal, Patrick W. Woodson, Nicole J. Johnson, (electronic resource)

Fostering innovation in the U.S. court system : identifying high-priority technology and other needs for improving court operations and outcomes, Brian A. Jackson, Duren Banks, John S. Hollywood, Dulani Woods, Amanda Royal, Patrick W. Woodson, Nicole J. Johnson, (electronic resource)

Label
Fostering innovation in the U.S. court system : identifying high-priority technology and other needs for improving court operations and outcomes
Title
Fostering innovation in the U.S. court system
Title remainder
identifying high-priority technology and other needs for improving court operations and outcomes
Statement of responsibility
Brian A. Jackson, Duren Banks, John S. Hollywood, Dulani Woods, Amanda Royal, Patrick W. Woodson, Nicole J. Johnson
Title variation
  • Fostering innovation in the United States court system
  • Identifying high-priority technology and other needs for improving court operations and outcomes
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
YDXCP
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1972-
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Jackson, Brian A.
Funding information
Sponsored by the National Institute of Justice.
LC call number
KF8700
LC item number
.J33 2016
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1973-
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  • Banks, Duren
  • Hollywood, John S.
  • Woods, Dulani
  • Royal, Amanda
  • Woodson, Patrick W
  • Johnson, Nicole J
  • National Institute of Justice (U.S.)
  • Rand Corporation
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  • Courts
  • Justice, Administration of
  • Courts
  • Justice, Administration of
  • United States
Label
Fostering innovation in the U.S. court system : identifying high-priority technology and other needs for improving court operations and outcomes, Brian A. Jackson, Duren Banks, John S. Hollywood, Dulani Woods, Amanda Royal, Patrick W. Woodson, Nicole J. Johnson, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • "RR-1255-NIJ"--Cover page 4
  • "Priority Criminal Justice Needs Initiative, a project of the RAND Corporation, the Police Executive Research Forum, RTI International, and the University of Denver."
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 127-138)
Contents
  • About This Report
  • Chapter 2:
  • The State of the U.S. Court System Today:
  • Key Trends and Challenges for the U.S. Court System:
  • Court Caseloads and Resource Scarcity
  • Court Security and Preparedness
  • Proliferation of Problem-Solving Courts
  • Racial and Economic Disparities in Case Processing and Outcomes
  • Increasing Prominence of Pro Se Litigants
  • Courts and Changing Technology
  • Preface
  • Moving Forward
  • Chapter 3.
  • Court Technology and Practice Today
  • A Taxonomy of Court Technology and Practice
  • The State of the Art Today -- Sketching the Foundation for Court Innovation:
  • Information and Communications
  • Doctrine, Tactics, Management, and Behavioral Knowledge Development and Training
  • Facility Operations and Population Services
  • Person-Worn Equipment and Weapons/Force
  • Conclusion
  • Figures and Tables
  • Chapter 4.
  • From Courts Today to Courts Tomorrow: Identifying and Prioritizing Innovation Needs in Technology, Policy, and Practice
  • The Courts Advisory Panel Process :
  • Identifying Innovation Needs
  • Prioritizing Innovation Needs
  • Toward an Innovation Agenda for the U.S. Court System:
  • Considering the Identified Needs as a Whole
  • Identifying Priority Needs to Focus the Innovation Agenda
  • Chapter 5.
  • Conclusions:
  • Summary
  • An Innovation Agenda Focused on Information and Communications Tools and Practices
  • An Agenda Driven More by Adopting Existing Tools and Practices Than Developing New Ones
  • Fostering Innovation in the U.S. Court System
  • APPENDIXES
  • References
  • Acknowledgments
  • Abbreviations
  • Chapter 1.
  • Introduction:
  • Considering Innovation in U.S. Courts
Control code
OCM1bookssj0001690756
Dimensions
unknown
Isbn
9780833095350
Isbn Type
(paperback)
Lccn
2016296086
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)bookssj0001690756
Label
Fostering innovation in the U.S. court system : identifying high-priority technology and other needs for improving court operations and outcomes, Brian A. Jackson, Duren Banks, John S. Hollywood, Dulani Woods, Amanda Royal, Patrick W. Woodson, Nicole J. Johnson, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • "RR-1255-NIJ"--Cover page 4
  • "Priority Criminal Justice Needs Initiative, a project of the RAND Corporation, the Police Executive Research Forum, RTI International, and the University of Denver."
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 127-138)
Contents
  • About This Report
  • Chapter 2:
  • The State of the U.S. Court System Today:
  • Key Trends and Challenges for the U.S. Court System:
  • Court Caseloads and Resource Scarcity
  • Court Security and Preparedness
  • Proliferation of Problem-Solving Courts
  • Racial and Economic Disparities in Case Processing and Outcomes
  • Increasing Prominence of Pro Se Litigants
  • Courts and Changing Technology
  • Preface
  • Moving Forward
  • Chapter 3.
  • Court Technology and Practice Today
  • A Taxonomy of Court Technology and Practice
  • The State of the Art Today -- Sketching the Foundation for Court Innovation:
  • Information and Communications
  • Doctrine, Tactics, Management, and Behavioral Knowledge Development and Training
  • Facility Operations and Population Services
  • Person-Worn Equipment and Weapons/Force
  • Conclusion
  • Figures and Tables
  • Chapter 4.
  • From Courts Today to Courts Tomorrow: Identifying and Prioritizing Innovation Needs in Technology, Policy, and Practice
  • The Courts Advisory Panel Process :
  • Identifying Innovation Needs
  • Prioritizing Innovation Needs
  • Toward an Innovation Agenda for the U.S. Court System:
  • Considering the Identified Needs as a Whole
  • Identifying Priority Needs to Focus the Innovation Agenda
  • Chapter 5.
  • Conclusions:
  • Summary
  • An Innovation Agenda Focused on Information and Communications Tools and Practices
  • An Agenda Driven More by Adopting Existing Tools and Practices Than Developing New Ones
  • Fostering Innovation in the U.S. Court System
  • APPENDIXES
  • References
  • Acknowledgments
  • Abbreviations
  • Chapter 1.
  • Introduction:
  • Considering Innovation in U.S. Courts
Control code
OCM1bookssj0001690756
Dimensions
unknown
Isbn
9780833095350
Isbn Type
(paperback)
Lccn
2016296086
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)bookssj0001690756

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