The Foundation for Prosecutorial Accountability believes that justice is a non-partisan issue, that the wisdom and experiences of others are invaluable, and that the path to improving our criminal justice systems involves that efficient use of scarce resources from a variety of sources. To pursue our mission, we seek to magnify the impact of our resources by collaborating with other entities that have similar or parallel objectives.
The Foundation for Prosecutorial Accountability strives to partner in a non-partisan fashion with universities, non-profit organizations from across the political spectrum, and those in the trenches of the criminal of justice system. We do so by listening, learning from others, sharing data, and collaborating for the purpose of ensuring prosecutorial accountability.
A few of the organizations we are partnering with currently include:
- The Innocence Project
- The Wake Forest University School of Law’s Accountable Prosecutor Project
- The Wake Forest University School of Law Innocence and Justice Clinic
A few of the organizations we are in communication with regarding our mission include:
- Americans for Prosperity
- Conservatives for Criminal Justice Reform
- Due Process Institute
- The National Registry of Exonerations
A few of the law firms we are working with to further our mission include: