Brooklyn Justice Initiatives



  • Brooklyn Young Adult Court

    The Brooklyn Young Adult Court seeks to provide meaningful alternatives to conventional prosecution for young people, ages 18 to 24, charged with misdemeanors.

  • Supervised Release Program

    The Supervised Release Program reduces the number of people held in jail simply because they cannot afford bail.

  • Driver Accountability Program

    The Driver Accountability Program is an innovative response to driving-related offenses that seeks to improve traffic safety and increase accountability among dangerous drivers. 

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Tyler Morse, Office Manager, greeting a client

Office manager Tyler Morse greets a client.

Brooklyn Justice Initiatives at the 2019 National Night Out.

The team participates in the 2019 National Night Out to promote police-community partnerships and neighborhood unity.

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  • Where Justice Meets the Arts

    A source of beauty and hope and an instrument of change, art holds a mirror up to our society, casting light on injustice while bringing a better world into view. Take a look at some artwork and murals that our teams have recently brought to life to build community, encourage healing, and make justice a reality.

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Brooklyn Justice Initiatives is a unique collaboration involving the New York State Court System, the Mayor’s Office of the Criminal Justice Coordinator, Kings County District Attorney’s Office, Brooklyn Defenders, Legal Aid Society, Criminal Justice Agency, Robin Hood Foundation, the Probitas Foundation, and the Center for Justice Innovation.

We rely on the generosity of supporters to do the work we do.