Fair and Just Prosecution — General Support (2021)

Fair and Just Prosecution Executive Director Miriam Krinsky crosses the historic Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama with reform-minded elected prosecutors in FJP’s network. (Photo courtesy of Fair and Just Prosecution.)

Grant investigator: Chloe Cockburn

This page was reviewed but not written by the grant investigator. Fair and Just Prosecution also reviewed this page prior to publication.

Open Philanthropy recommended a grant of $1,000,000 over two years and up to $500,000 in matching funding to Fair and Just Prosecution (FJP), via the Tides Center, for general support. FJP brings together elected local prosecutors, as part of a network interested in implementing innovative criminal justice system policy and practice reforms in their own offices. These elected leaders are supported by FJP’s network through access to research, technical assistance, in-person convenings, and other resources.

This follows our February 2019 support and falls within our focus area of criminal justice reform.

Fair and Just Prosecution — General Support (2019)

Grant investigator: Chloe Cockburn

This page was reviewed but not written by the grant investigator. Fair and Just Prosecution also reviewed this page prior to publication.

The Open Philanthropy Project recommended a grant of $1,500,000 over two years to Fair and Just Prosecution (FJP) via the Tides Center.

FJP brings together recently elected local prosecutors as part of a network interested in implementing innovative criminal justice system policy and practicing reforms in their own offices. FJP’s network supports prosecutors by providing access to research, technical assistance, in-person convenings and other resources.

This is a renewal of our January 2017 grant that supported the project’s launch, and falls within our focus area of criminal justice reform.

Fair and Just Prosecution — General Support (2017)

Published: March 2017

The Open Philanthropy Project recommended a grant of $1,500,000 over two years to support the launch of the Fair and Just Prosecution project, a 501(c)(3) organization that will be housed at the Tides Center. The Fair and Just Prosecution project will provide guidance, assistance and networked support to recently elected prosecutors committed to change and innovation as they seek to implement criminal justice system policy and practice reforms in their offices.

Sources

Document Source
Fair and Just Prosecution Project Proposal Source
Fair and Just Prosecution: Reimagining The Field Of Prosecution Source