Conflict Intervention as Crime Prevention

Report Author

Justin R. Corbett

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Recommended Citation

Corbett, Justin R. (2016) Conflict Intervention as Crime Prevention: A Review its Performance, Policy, and Potential in New York City. Phoenix, AZ: Advancing Dispute Resolution. Retrieved from:

Report Extras

Related Presentations

Conflict Intervention as Crime Prevention: A Report of Findings to MOCJ and Service Providers

NYC Mayor's Office of Criminal Justice (MOCJ) | 2017-04-06 | New York City, NY

Conflict Intervention as Crime Prevention

Association for Conflict Resolution - Greater New York Chapter (ACR-GNY) | 2017 Annual Conference | 2017-06-15

Conflict Intervention as Crime Prevention

New York State Dispute Resolution Association (NYSDRA) | 2017 Annual Conference | 2017-10-24 | Saratoga Springs, NY

Conflict Intervention as Crime Prevention

National Association for Community Mediation (NAFCM) | Webinar [VIDEO] | 2018-02-08

Table of Contents

Advancing Dispute Resolution

Advancing Dispute Resolution is a creative consultancy and research entity working throughout the conflict field tackling substantively and technically demanding projects, enhancing public resonance, and moving the dispute resolution field further, faster.

Justin R. Corbett

Justin is the Chief Project Officer for Advancing Dispute Resolution. He served as the primary architect of this evaluation and author of the following report and included data visualizations. For questions or commentary regarding this report, he can be contacted at:,, or

Personal Acknowledgments

Outsized thanks are due to the Mayor’s Office of Criminal Justice for its generous support of this evaluation; the service providers, their volunteers and clients for wide-ranging access to both materials and countless candid, compelling moments; and to the many interviewees who helped construct the elegant frame in which this report is humbly hung. Special thanks, as always, to my conspirator, Wendy, and our best of, Phoenix, for their unending indulgence of my professional passion projects.

Funding Acknowledgment

Research reported in this publication was supported by the New York City Mayor’s Office of Criminal Justice under awards for the evaluation of Borough-wide mediation programming (00215MOCJ003) and the evaluation of Catchment Area mediation programs (P00215MOCJ004).


The content is solely the responsibility of the author and does not necessarily represent the official views of the New York City Mayor’s Office of Criminal Justice.


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