Village Capital and American Family Insurance Institute for Corporate and Social Impact (AmFam Institute) prepared this report to support justice tech efforts and initiatives.
From the report: In September 2020, Village Capital and the AmFam Institute convened a summit on justice tech to discuss how to move forward in redefining criminal and civil justice tech from an ethical, human-centered perspective. The summit was a chance to listen to our Justice Tech Advisory Board: a group of experts with a strong perspective on technology and the justice system. The group included grassroots activists, foundation leaders, startup founders, legal experts and venture capitalists.
This report is informed and inspired by that summit, as well as more than 150 hours of additional interviews and meetings with Advisory Board members and entrepreneurs. Thank you to the Advisory Board and leaders for their time and perspectives.
Katherine Hurley, Marcia Chong Rosado, Matt Zieger, Ben Wrobel, and Rustin Finkler, Justice Tech for All How Technology can Ethically Disrupt the US Justice System, Village Capital & American Family Insurance Institute for Corporate and Social Impact (Mar. 2021), available at https://vilcap.com/justicetech.