Welcome to Center for Public Policy Studies

Welcome to the home page of the Center for Public Policy Studies (CPPS). We are a Colorado non-profit [501(c)(3)] organization established in 1984 to provide technical research, consulting and development services to public-sector agencies in the United States and abroad. CPPS specializes in:

Members of the CPPS team have designed, conducted, and evaluated projects for a wide range of human services agencies, courts and other justice system agencies, foundations, universities, and non-profit organizations. One of our major current initiatives is to assess the impact of immigration on the state courts and design responses to address those impacts. Please visit our immigration web page and review our work to date.

FEATURED RESEARCH

“What Does the Intersection of Language, Culture and Immigration Status Mean for the State Courts?”
Martin, John A, Steven Weller, David A. Price, Angie Lederach and Jeff Yoder. (October 2, 2012). “What Does the Intersection of Language, Culture and Immigration Status Mean for the State Courts?” State Justice Institute: Washington, D.C. (6 MB)

 
CPPS FEATURED RESEARCH

Implications of Padilla v. Kentucky on the Duties of State Court Criminal Judges and Court Administrators
Weller, Steven and John A. Martin (2010) "Implications of Padilla v. Kentucky on the Duties of State Court Criminal Judges and Court Administrators" The Court Manager, Volume 25, Issue 4: 43-49. (157 KB)

 
RECENT PUBLICATIONS

Immigration and the State Courts Assessment

Immigration and the State Courts Assessment and Measurement Framework
Recent Court Manager Article (199 KB)

 
Pew Hispanic Center l Research and Publications
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Immigration l Brookings Institute
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