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  • Washington, DC // 2013

    National Criminal Justice Association

    Support to elevate the issue of pretrial detention reform through education and technical assistance among State Administering Agencies, which distribute and monitor federal and state criminal justice formula grants.
    Awarded
    $100,000
    Term
    12 month
    Program
    Criminal Justice
  • Wilmington, DE // 2014

    Delaware Center for Justice

    Support for advocacy on and implementation of pretrial risk assessment and community supervision programs to reduce unnecessary jail detention in Delaware.
    Awarded
    $300,000
    Term
    24 months
    Program
    Criminal Justice
  • Washington, DC // 2014

    University Legal Services

    Support for an advocacy effort to ensure transparency and public input in the process to determine provisions of healthcare treatment for inmates of DC Jail.
    Awarded
    $15,000
    Term
    12 months
    Program
    Criminal Justice
  • Boston, MA // 2013

    Crime and Justice Institute

    Support to expand the organization's ability to provide expert technical assistance and training for pretrial detention reform and to help two California counties with pretrial reform implementation.
    Awarded
    $500,000
    Term
    24 months
    Program
    Criminal Justice
  • New York, NY // 2013

    National Employment Law Project

    Support to continue a coordinated national campaign with Community Legal Services, its sub-grantee, to reduce unnecessary structural barriers to employment for people with criminal records.
    Awarded
    $350,000
    Term
    24 months
    Program
    Criminal Justice
  • Charlotte, NC // 2014

    Grassroots Leadership

    Support to explore opportunities for reducing federal prison populations and racial disparities by decreasing criminal prosecutions for immigration offenses in border states.
    Awarded
    $100,000
    Term
    24 months
    Program
    Criminal Justice
  • Washington, DC // 2013

    Dewey Square Group

    Support to design and execute a communications campaign to support the pretrial advocacy field in influencing key decision makers and policymakers across the nation to embrace pretrial reform.
    Awarded
    $163,000
    Term
    12 months
    Program
    Criminal Justice
  • Carrboro, NC // 2013

    National Health Law Program

    Support to provide research and expert technical assistance in support of the development of a model pretrial program to divert pretrial defendants from incarceration using behavioral health treatment services available through the Affordable Care Act.
    Awarded
    $25,000
    Term
    12 months
    Program
    Criminal Justice
  • Alexandria, VA // 2014

    International Association of Chiefs of Police

    Support to raise awareness about the need for pretrial detention reform among law enforcement leaders throughout the country, encouraging them to take a leadership role on the issue.
    Awarded
    $200,000
    Term
    24 months
    Program
    Criminal Justice
  • New York, NY // 2013

    Drug Policy Alliance

    Support to advance sentencing and pretrial detention reforms that would reduce incarceration rates in New Jersey.
    Awarded
    $250,000
    Term
    24 months
    Program
    Criminal Justice
  • Easthampton, MA // 2013

    Prison Policy Initiative

    Support to advocate for change in the U.S. Census Bureau's practice of counting prisoners where they are incarcerated rather than in their home communities.
    Awarded
    $200,000
    Term
    24 months
    Program
    Criminal Justice
  • Austin, TX // 2014

    Jail Project of Texas

    Support to undertake community and public education to advance pretrial detention reform.
    Awarded
    $105,000
    Term
    24 months
    Program
    Criminal Justice
  • Montgomery, AL // 2013

    Equal Justice Initiative of Alabama

    Support to challenge the underrepresentation of African Americans on criminal juries in the South and advocate for the reform of parole policies that contribute to Alabama's high rate of incarceration.
    Awarded
    $300,000
    Term
    36 months
    Program
    Criminal Justice
  • Austin, TX // 2013

    Texas Public Policy Foundation

    Support to continue criminal justice reform efforts in Texas and generate national support for criminal justice reform among conservative audiences through the Right on Crime initiative.
    Awarded
    $300,000
    Term
    24 months
    Program
    Criminal Justice
  • Washington, DC // 2014

    Justice Policy Institute

    $50,000 in general support and $50,000 in support for justice reform advocacy in Virginia.
    Awarded
    $100,000
    Term
    12 months
    Program
    Criminal Justice
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