BullyBlocker: Prevention and Intervention Program (2022)

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Mobile County District Attorney’s Office (Mobile, AL)

Population: 414,000 | Number of Full-Time Prosecutors: 28 | Contact Information

The Mobile County District Attorney’s Office (MCDA) has developed a program to combat bullying in local schools.  BullyBlocker allows anyone to anonymously report bullying through text messaging which is distributed to trained staff for timely assistance.

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Modernizing Case System to Reduce Case Processing Times (2020)

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Cumberland County Prosecutor’s Office (Bridgeton, NJ)

Population: 335,562 | Contact Information

To decrease case processing times and efficiently dispatch discovery, the Cumberland County Prosecutor’s Office (NJ) (CCPO) Juvenile/Domestic Violence Unit is replacing its outdated manual case system with Infoshare, an updated information technology that includes Juvenile eScreening, an eDiscovery Portal for the juvenile module, bates stamping, and redaction tools.

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Restorative Justice Program for Youthful Offenders with Monitoring (2016)  

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Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia (Washington, DC

Population: 689,545 | Number of Full-Time Prosecutors: 280 | Contact Information

Through a grant from Innovative Prosecution Solutions, the District of Columbia’s Office of the Attorney General (DCOAG) has created and implemented a restorative justice (RJ) program aimed at reducing the risk of reoffending among individuals between the ages of 12 and 24 who have committed low-level offenses (e.g., unlawful entry, theft). Upon the victim’s consent, DCOAG facilitates a mediation process between the victim, the offender, and their families.

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