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The Justice Facilities Review (JFR) by the AIA Academy of Architecture for Justice documents best practices in planning and design for Justice Architecture including functionality, security and safety, technology, accessibility, community impact, and sustainability. Economic feasibility (first cost and long-term cost of ownership), longevity (life-cycle performance and operation), and aesthetic achievements are also essential elements for identifying the success of these projects.
San Bernardino Justice Center
Firm: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP
Owner: Judicial Council of California, Administrative Office of the Courts
San Bernardino, California
South County Justice Center, Superior Court of Tulare County
Firm: CO Architects
Owner: Judicial Council of California
East Mesa Public Safety Complex
Firm: RMKM Architecture, P.C.
Associated Firm: Williams Design Group, Inc.
Owner: City of Las Cruces
Las Cruces, New Mexico
Superior Court of California, Calaveras County Courthouse
Firm: DLR Group
Owner: State of California Administrative Office of the Courts
San Andreas, California
Elgin County Courthouse
Firm: NORR limited
Associated Firm: Fournier Gersovitz Moss Drolet and Associates Architects
Owner: Province of Ontario
St. Thomas, Ontario
Catonsville District Courthouse
Firm: RicciGreene Associates/Bushey Feight Morin Architects
Owner: State of Maryland Department of General Services
Stanislaus County Juvenile Commitment Facility
Owner: County of Stanislaus, California
Everett Municipal Court
Firm: DLR Group
Owner: City of Everett, Washington
The Justice Facilities Review is published each fall. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions regarding the publication. Select a cover below to download the PDF. You can also purchase a print copy of some recent editions at: 2014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010 | 2009
Print On-Demand: 2014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010 | 2009 JFR in The AAJ Journal: 2012 | 2011 | 2010
Publication History: The first use of the title Justice Facilities Review was in the 1992-93 edition. Before that, it was called Architecture for Justice Exhibition, and was a catalog of the annual juried exhibition sponsored by the committee. The first published Architecture for Justice Exhibition catalog was in 1979, but the juried exhibition was already established before that year. The first year in which citations were given to some of the projects by the jury was 1988.