Center for Court Innovation is dedicated to creating effective, humane justice systems by designing and implementing community and court-based programs, performing research and helping reformers. Its work includes the creation of Project Reset, a diversion program anchored around mending the relationship between police and communities of color. Project Reset allows individuals to give to back the community for their offense while avoiding the potential negative consequences of a court appearance and conventional case processing. This grant supports the expansion of Project Reset to Brooklyn. Through this expansion, Project Reset services will be offered borough-wide as a constructive alternative to incarceration for minor offenders at the point of arrest.