The Supreme Court of Georgia Committee on Justice for Children administers the federally-funded Court Improvement Project to develop and implement a data-driven plan for continuous improvement in juvenile dependency cases. To advance this goal, the Committee employs two full-time staff, utilizes several AOC staff and many volunteer professionals to implement several projects across the state. These projects include:

Multi-Disciplinary Child Abuse and Neglect Institute (MD-CANI)

The Cold Case Project

The Annual Child Welfare Summit

Court Process Reporting System (CPRS)

Court Improvement Initiative (CII)