Procedural Justice Curriculum


During a time of historic public safety in America, and despite numerous court reforms in recent years— including reduced reliance on incarceration—public confidence in justice continues to hover at unacceptably low levels.

This “Procedural Justice for Prosecutors” curriculum is designed to help prosecutors begin a conversation about fairness and procedural justice. Recognizing that tailoring the message to the audience is key, the hope is that this framework can be individualized based on each office’s priorities, concerns, and local challenges, maximizing the resonance with prosecutors and the public alike. The IIP invites interested prosecutor’s offices to explore and experiment with the content—and keep us updated on your progress.


Procedural Justice Curriculum

A two-part curriculum to help prosecutors improve public trust and confidence.


Procedural Justice Powerpoint

A guide for training prosecutors on how to implement procedural justice in their practice.