How NCSC employs effective caseflow management principles

 1. Leadership & Collaboration2. Proactive & Flexible Triage3. Effective Resource Allocation4. User-Centered Process5. Data-Driven Performance Management
Effective Criminal Case Management Effective leadership/governance;
communication and collaboration
Early court intervention/control of path Effective scheduling and calendaring; clear roles for judges and staff Predictable and productive court eventsGoals and information management
Civil Justice InitiativeStrong leadership and stakeholder involvement Triage/proportionalityCase management teams and staff training; effective technology supportCourt enforcement of procedural justice; process simplification Performance measurement and transparency
The Cady Initiative for Family Justice ReformTraining and stakeholder partnershipTriageProblem solving approach; identify and strengthen community partnershipsProblem solving approach; involve and empower parties; courts are safety and trauma responsive Data collection, evaluation, technology innovation
National Judicial Task Force to Examine State Courts' Response to Mental IllnessStrengthen community responses and minimize criminal justice system involvementInstitutionalize alternative pathways to treatment and recovery and improve outcomesPromote early intervention and effective management of court cases Promote early intervention and effective management of court cases;  
manage post-adjudication events and transitions effectively
Facilitate evidence-based practices across systems
High Performance Court FrameworkManagerial cultureTreating cases proportionately Exercising judicial control over the legal processIndividual attention (person-centered); procedural fairnessPerformance measurement and management