Resources: Courthouse Security Incidents

CCJ/COSCA Joint Committee on Court Security and Emergency Preparedness (2010). CCJ/COSCA Court Security Handbook: Ten Essential Elements for Court Security and Emergency Preparedness. Williamsburg, VA: Conference of Chief Justices and Conference of State Court Administrators. http://ncsc.contentdm.oclc.org/cdm/ref/collection/facilities/id/155

Center for Judicial and Executive Security (2010). “Court-Targeted Acts of Violence.” Study, Judicial Counter-Violence Initiative, St. Paul, Minn. http://www.cjesconsultants.com/assets/documents/cjes-ctav-bulletin.pdf

Fautsko, T. F., S. V. Berson, J. F. O’Neil, and K. W. Sheehan (2010). “Steps to Best Practices for Court Building Security.” National Center for State Courts, Court Consulting Services, Denver, February. http://ncsc.contentdm.oclc.org/cdm/ref/collection/facilities/id/155.

National Center for Judicial Security. U.S. Marshals Service, Arlington, Va. http://www.usmarshals.gov/judicial/index.html

National Center for State Courts (2010). “Guidelines for Implementing Best Practices in Court Building Security: Costs, Priorities, Funding Strategies, and Accountability.” National Center for State Courts, Williamsburg, Va. http://www.sji.gov/PDF/Guidelines_For_Best_Practices_In_Court_Security.pdf

Swensen, S. K. (2012). “Disorder in the Court—Incidents of Courthouse Violence.” Center for Judicial and Executive Security, St. Paul, Minn., January. http://www.cjesconsultants.com/assets/documents/CJES-JCVI-Disorder-in-the-Court-Incidents-IV.pdf