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Fair and Just Prosecution (FJP) brings together newly elected local prosecutors as part of a network of leaders committed to promoting a justice system grounded in fairness, equity, compassion, and fiscal responsibility. These recently elected leaders – and the vision they share for safer and healthier communities – are supported by FJP’s unique network through ongoing information sharing, research and resource materials, opportunities for on the ground learning, in-person convenings, technical assistance, and access to national experts. By supporting our work, you help to drive transformation of the justice system across the United States.

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FJP is proud and grateful to partner with the Double Up Drive. Double Up Drive was born of the belief that public giving influences greater generosity and more impactful donations. Learn more and donate here.

FJP is a sponsored project of the Tides Center (EIN 94-3213100), a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. Click here to make your one time or recurring donation.

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A Time for Transformation

FJP is dedicated to shrinking the footprint of the justice system, ending mass incarceration, supporting community-led policing reform, and advancing policies that promote racial equity. Learn more about our work in this critical moment by reading our Blueprint for Police Accountability and Reform and hear from the inspiring DAs we work with about their new vision for our justice system. To learn more about how FJP is supporting prosecutors in responding to COVID-19, read our statement signed by 35 elected prosecutors.

Reimagining Prosecution

FJP works to reimagine the role of the prosecutor, shrink the justice system, and build fairer and safer communities. Learn more about our work by exploring our website, reviewing the “21 Principles for the 21st Century Prosecutor,” and reading about our work in this New York Times op-ed.

Our thanks again for your willingness to support FJP in this vitally important moment of change.

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