Foundation For Improvement Of Justice
Category: Violence/Law/Criminal Justice
DescriptionThe Foundation works to enhance local, state, and federal systems of justice by rewarding the accomplishments of innovative programs throughout the United States. The Foundation annually awards seven awards of $10,000 for justice-related programs that have proven to be effective and can serve as models for others. The awards are given in the following categories: legal reform, crime prevention, child protection, speeding the process, effecting restitution, crime victim's rights, alternative sentencing, lowering the cost, improvements to the civil litigation process, and other significant efforts. The awards are given for accomplishments, not for future projects. Grants and start-up funds are not provided. The program is open to all individuals, programs, and organizations within the United States. Visit the Web site for additional information and application instructions.
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