Solving Our Local Public Safety Crisis: Recent Lessons From Atlanta, Chicago, and Indianapolis Criminal Justice Planning Council - March 2005. The Campaign For A Safe And Adequate Justice Center Indianapolis Bar Association/Marion County Bar Association Justice Center Task Force
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Solving Our Local Public Safety Crisis: Recent Lessons From Atlanta, Chicago, and IndianapolisCriminal Justice Planning Council - March 2005
The Campaign For A Safe And Adequate Justice Center
Indianapolis Bar Association/Marion County Bar Association
Justice Center Task Force
John Kautzman & John Maley
Annually almost 70,000 prisoners are transported within Marion County courts, for an average of over 5,700 monthly, or almost 300 daily.
Because of the 1950s design of the building, these prisoners are transported in the midst of the public
Within the building nearly 500 arrests are made annually, often more than 40 a month.
Nearly 700 alarms or emergencies are reported in the building annually, an average of 2x daily
The building is one of the most dangerous places in our otherwise proud cityProblem: History of and Potential for Violence in Court
"A new judicial center most successfully addresses the need for separation, security, and adjacency relationships of the most critical functions of the entire courts system and City‑County government.”