Amy Bach Wins 2018 Bronfman Prize
Press Release Sep 06, 2018 | New York

Amy Bach Wins 2018 Bronfman Prize

NEW YORK, Sept 5 - Amy Bach, Founder, Executive Director, and President of Measures for Justice (MFJ) was today awarded the Charles Bronfman Prize for 2018. MFJ is the first organization to use data to publicly measure how the criminal justice system is performing from arrest to post conviction in all counties across the United States.

Read More
National Center for State Courts and Measures for Justice Join Forces to Develop Court Data Standards
Press Release Jun 26, 2018 | Williamsburg, VA

National Center for State Courts and Measures for Justice Join Forces to Develop Court Data Standards

Williamsburg, VA., (June 26, 2018) - Today the National Center for State Courts (NCSC) and Measures for Justice announced a new partnership to create comprehensive data standards for state and local courts. In an important first step towards full data transparency, the new “National Court Open Data Standards Project” will facilitate and accelerate safe access to county-level court data.

Read More
Measures for Justice Releases a Powerful Data Collection Tool
Press Release May 31, 2018 | Oakland, CA

Measures for Justice Releases a Powerful Data Collection Tool

Measures for Justice (MFJ) released an open source software tool for extracting data from PDFs at Today's Code for America Summit

Read More
Measures for Justice Launches Data Portal
Press Release May 23, 2017 | Rochester, NY

Measures for Justice Launches Data Portal

Measures for Justice Launches Groundbreaking Data Portal that Brings New Transparency to the Criminal Justice System.

Read More
Measures for Justice Receives $3.1 Million From Pershing Square Foundation to Develop a New Way of Tracking Criminal Justice System Performance
Press Release May 11, 2015 | New York, NY

Measures for Justice Receives $3.1 Million From Pershing Square Foundation to Develop a New Way of Tracking Criminal Justice System Performance

NEW YORK, May 11, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- As a nationwide, bi-partisan push is underway to reform the broken criminal justice system, The Pershing Square Foundation announced today a $3.1 million grant in support of Measures for Justice (MFJ), the first non-profit organization to use 'big data' to track and compare the performance of county criminal justice systems across the country.

Read More