California Association of Collaborative Courts

The California Association of Collaborative Courts (CACC) is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the use of collaborative justice practices in California. Collaborative justice is an innovative approach to the justice system that seeks to address the underlying causes of criminal behavior and promote rehabilitation and community reintegration. The CACC provides training and technical assistance to collaborative courts across the state, and advocates for policies and funding to support the expansion of these programs. The organization also conducts research and evaluation to measure the effectiveness of collaborative justice programs and promote best practices. The CACC is committed to advancing a more effective and equitable justice system in California through collaboration and innovation.

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