Current Fellows

Kristina Singleton

Current Fellow

Kristina Singleton serves as a Coordinator on the Diversion and Transformative Initiatives Team at the Midtown Community Court. The Midtown Community Court is an operating Project of the Center for Court Innovation. In her current role, she assists with planning and implementing new initiatives at the Midtown Community Court. In addition to other projects, Kristina is working to implement a pre-filing diversion intervention for youth arrested in connection to weapons-related offenses in NYC.  Kristina is the first point of contact after an arrest for a pre-arraignment diversion program, Project Reset. In her role, she manages outreach to potential clients, facilitates the young adult Project Reset groups, and connects clients to community referrals. In collaboration with the Project Reset team, Kristina spearheaded a partnership with the New Museum to provide art-based programming for young adults.

Center for Court Innovation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to creating a more effective and humane justice system. The Center generates original research and conceives, plans, and operates programs that seek to test new ideas, solve complex problems, and achieve system change to accomplish this goal. The Center's projects include: Community-based violence prevention projects, re-entry initiatives, and court-based programs reduce the use of unnecessary incarceration. The Center’s efforts have produced tangible results like safer streets, reduced incarceration, and improved neighborhood perceptions of justice.

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