Partners

The work of the Data Collaborative for Justice is made possible through generous support from our funders, partners, and collaborators.  

Funders

Arnold Ventures

Arnold Ventures’ core objective is to maximize opportunity and minimize injustice.

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Atlantic Philanthropies

After investing $8 billion to advance opportunity and promote equity and dignity, Atlantic Philanthropies completed grantmaking in 2016.

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New York City Mayor’s Office of Criminal Justice

The NYC Mayor’s Office of Criminal Justice advises the Mayor on solutions to drive down violence, safely reduce justice involvement, modernize the criminal justice system, and build strong and safe neighborhoods.

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Trinity Church Wall Street

Trinity Church Wall Street seeks to advance racial justice by breaking the cycle of mass incarceration in New York City and beyond.

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Collaborators

Department of Correction

DCJ partners with the New York City Department of Correction (DOC) for data on New York City jails. The DOC provides for the care, custody, and control of persons accused of crimes or convicted and sentenced to one year or less of jail time.

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Division of Criminal Justice Services

DCJ partners with the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS) for data on felony and misdemeanor arrests across New York State. DCJS provides resources and services to local law enforcement, researchers, and other agencies to enhance public safety, inform decision-making, and improve the criminal justice system.

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Finn Institute

DCJ and Finn are partners on evaluating New York State’s 2020 Criminal Justice Reforms.

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New York Police Department

DCJ partnered with the New York City Police Department (NYPD) for data on misdemeanor arrests in New York City. The mission of the NYPD is to enhance is to enhance the quality of life in New York City by working in partnership with the community to enforce the law, preserve peace, reduce fear, and maintain order.

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Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings

DCJ partners with the Office of Administrative Trials and Hearing (OATH) for data on civil summons in New York City. OATH is New York City’s central independent administrative law court.

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Office of Court Administration

DCJ partners with the Office of Court Administration (OCA) for data on criminal summonses, desk appearance tickets, bail making, and court processing in New York. OCA is the administrative branch of the New York State Unified Court System.

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Mississippi State University

DCJ and MSU are partners on the Research Network on Misdemeanor Justice

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North Carolina Central University

DCJ and NCCU are partners on the Research Network on Misdemeanor Justice

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Seattle University

DCJ and SU are partners on the Research Network on Misdemeanor Justice

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University of California, Los Angeles

DCJ and UCLA are partners on the Research Network on Misdemeanor Justice

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University of Louisville

DCJ and UL are partners on the Research Network on Misdemeanor Justice

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University of Maryland

DCJ and UMD are partners on the Research Network on Misdemeanor Justice

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University of Missouri, St. Louis

DCJ and UMSL are partners on the Research Network on Misdemeanor Justice

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