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2015 Justice Facilities Review

Awards Program and Publication

2015 Justice Facilities Review

The Justice Facilities Review offers the profession an indicator of proven strategies and the latest trends in the design and construction of justice facilities in the U.S. The jury chooses projects for publication that demonstrate quality of form, functionality, and current architectural responses to complex justice design issues.

2015 JFR Print and Digital Publication Available Soon

Learn more about the Justice Facilities Review program and view the archive. 

2015 Quarter 3 AAJ Journal

AAJ Journal Published Quarterly

AAJ Journal coverView the current issue: 2015 Q3 AAJ Journal and the archive of past issues.

Article titles include:
-- The Throne is King: The Impact of the Prison Toilet
-- Therapeutic Environments Within a Prison Setting
-- The First Canadian AAJ Chapter: Toronto
-- AIA Knowledge Leadership Assembly Reflections and Outcomes
-- AIA 2030 Commitment: A meet-and-greet with Melissa Wackerle and AIA’s Design Data Exchange

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Latest Discussions

  • Hi Gordon, You can also follow some of the dialogue on Friday & Saturday by looking at #builtjustice - this hashtag was used during all the visioning sessions as Urban Impact Lab logged parts...

  • Hi, Gordon – Thanks for sharing the impact of that session. I, too, felt expanded and unsettled (in a good way)! The Saturday sessions were very powerful as well. The architect that...

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Latest Blogs

  • Posted in: Academy of Architecture for Justice

    A couple of decades ago, the paradigm shift in corrections included implementing a direct supervision model at facilities. Renovations and new construction projects looked at how to design facilities... more

  • Posted in: Academy of Architecture for Justice

    The session “A New Prescription: Mental Illness and County Jails” introduces Douglas County, Kansas as a proprietor looking for a new solution on the issues dealing with mental health in their detention... more

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