Race and Prosecutorial Diversion: Report

July 30, 2021 This week, researchers from Prosecutorial Performance Indicators, a project of Florida International University and Loyola University Chicago, released a new report illustrating that Black people charged with felonies are less likely to have their cases referred to a diversion program, or programs that open the door for a person to address

2021-07-30T12:38:07-04:00July 30th, 2021|Announcements, Featured, News, Racial Equity, Resources, Safety & Justice|Comments Off on Race and Prosecutorial Diversion: Report

Scholarship Application for 2021 PTACC Deflection and Pre-Arrest Diversion Training Summit Released

Apply Today! Scholarship Application for 2021 PTACC Deflection and Pre-Arrest Diversion Training Summit Released (Washington, DC Jul. 14, 2021) -- The 2021 PTACC Deflection and Pre-Arrest Diversion Training Summit is being held October 12-15, 2021 in Chicago, Illinois. Hosted by the Police, Treatment, and Community Collaboration (PTACC), this innovative summit will bring together first

2021-07-14T17:18:26-04:00July 14th, 2021|APA In The News, News|Comments Off on Scholarship Application for 2021 PTACC Deflection and Pre-Arrest Diversion Training Summit Released

APA Releases Position Statement for Pretrial Release in DV Cases

The Association of Prosecuting Attorneys has published a position statement on pretrial release in domestic violence cases. To read the seven recommendations, click the link below. Download the PDF

2021-07-09T10:04:08-04:00July 8th, 2021|Announcements, Domestic Violence, Featured, News, Resources|Comments Off on APA Releases Position Statement for Pretrial Release in DV Cases

NPPJ and Arnold Ventures Are Accepting Proposals for Prosecution Research!

Arnold Ventures and the National Partnership for Pretrial Justice are accepting proposals for research on the role of prosecution and prosecutorial decisions at various points along the criminal justice process. We will consider proposals that: Assess prosecutorial policies or practices that aim to change outcomes around one or more of the five prosecutorial decision-making points;

2021-06-16T16:38:28-04:00June 16th, 2021|Featured, News|Comments Off on NPPJ and Arnold Ventures Are Accepting Proposals for Prosecution Research!
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