Justice Policy Centers

Centers

  • A statue of Themis holding the scales of justice

    RAND Institute for Civil Justice

    The RAND Institute for Civil Justice (ICJ), a part of the Justice Policy program, conducts research on all aspects of civil justice, from trends in litigation and jury verdicts to punitive damages, compensation systems, and alternative dispute resolution. Directly or indirectly, civil justice issues have an impact on us all.

  • A destroyed home in Moore, OK, where an F5 tornado struck on May 20, 2013

    RAND Center for Catastrophic Risk Management and Compensation

    The RAND Center for Catastrophic Risk Management and Compensation (CCRMC) seeks to identify and promote laws, programs, and institutions that reduce the adverse social and economic effects of catastrophes.

  • A police officer on duty

    Center on Quality Policing

    The RAND Center on Quality Policing provides research and analysis on contemporary police practice and policy. The Center's work helps law enforcement agencies across the U.S. make better operational decisions and consistently perform at their best.

  • RAND Drug Policy Research Center

    Drug Policy Research Center

    The RAND Drug Policy Research Center (DPRC) helps community leaders and public officials develop more effective ways of dealing with drug problems. DPRC provides a firm, empirical foundation on which sound drug policies can be built.