Measures for Justice (MFJ) was established in 2011 as a nonpartisan nonprofit that collects existing criminal justice data, cleans them, codes them and runs them through a set of country-level performance measures. This novel set of measures was designed by accomplished national experts to assess performance in public safety, fair process and fiscal responsibility. Additionally, the measures can be filtered by race, ethnicity, gender, age, offense type and severity, indigent status, and attorney type. To encourage the dissemination and use of its data analysis, MFJ operates a free Data Portal available to practitioners, government, advocates, the media, and the public. This funding will support MFJ’s software developers and researchers to collect, clean, code, audit and review data from New York City’s courts. This data will then be put through MFJ’s proprietary measures to identify success and problems with the courts’ policies and practices. The resulting findings from this project will be published on MFJ’s free Data Portal for use by the justice and wider communities.