Miriam Aroni Krinsky
Lecturer, UCLA School of Public Policy
Adjunct Professor, Loyola Law School
American Bar Association Youth at Risk Commission
California Blue Ribbon Commission on Foster Care
California Judicial Council
“This content is a professor’s dream. In an arena that is too often out of the public eye, misunderstood, and misperceived, there are few opportunities to give students and young professionals a window into juvenile justice and child welfare court practices and proceedings. This work has not only opened our juvenile courthouse doors in a way that can serve as an invaluable teaching tool, but also they have done so with balance, insights, and also a depth of coverage second to none.”
The Institute for Juvenile Court and Corrections Research (IJCCR) is building partnerships with researchers, educators, social service providers, and policy makers to develop its groundbreaking video archive into interactive content to enhance the juvenile educational and correctional systems.
IJCCR serves as the crossroads for research and development of this unique growing video archive. We are able to form a variety of relationships with researchers, content developers, and publishers to develop and implement new educational content.
It was important from day one that we pursue research and content development opportunities actively with great care and consideration. Only by fully translating this vast archive into accessible educational and training content will we be able to influence enough lives to make a difference.
Research and Publishing
IJCCR is carefully exploring new research opportunities for content originally collected by its partner organization Calamari Productions and is interested in building collaborations with research groups across the country.
It is part of our mission to provide new educational and training content to the people who can make a difference. As a result, we have placed a strong focus on translating research into usable educational media, and we are actively developing publishing relationships with multiple publishing companies to effectively finish and distribute the content.