CCE

CCE Mission

Founded in 1982, the Council for Court Excellence (CCE) is a nonprofit, nonpartisan civic organization that envisions a justice system in the District of Columbia that equitably serves its people and continues to be a model for creating stronger and more prosperous communities. CCE identifies and proposes solutions by collaborating with diverse stakeholders to conduct research, advance policy, educate the public, and increase civic engagement.

Latest News

  • Select media coverage of Beyond Second Chances report

    Select media coverage of Beyond Second Chances report

    Check out an interview on "NewsTalk with Bruce DePuyt" and pieces in "The Washington Post."

  • Beyond Second Chances report

    Beyond Second Chances report

    Through a review of previously unreleased data and a series of in-depth interviews with returning citizens and service providers, "Beyond Second Chances: Returning Citizens’ Re-entry Struggles and Successes in the District of Columbia," provides the most complete picture to date of the challenges that returning citizens face in D.C. and offers recommendations to help them succeed when reintegrating into their communities.

  • June Kress to step down in 2017

    June Kress to step down in 2017

    June B. Kress, D.Crim., has announced that she will step down from the Council for Court Excellence (CCE) after leading the organization as executive director for more than 12 years. Dr. Kress will continue with CCE through mid-2017 to ensure a smooth and successful transition for her successor.

 
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