When we work with a jurisdiction to design a complex initiative, our client often retains us to produce an associated grant proposal to generate the project’s inaugural funding. We have achieved an impressive track record in impact fund-development; our compelling, well-researched, and successful proposals have raised tens of millions of dollars for our clients from federal, state, local, and private sources.
Since 1987 I have trained law enforcement, human resources, educators, and mental health professionals worldwide. Most requested classes are the 10 various forensic handwriting analysis courses I teach.
<p>Building Bridges to Recovery works with frontline professionals across the justice system to bring real-life solutions to the addiction crisis.
Paper Crane Funding Solutions provides fund development services for municipalities, community organizations and philanthropies, especially when their work intersects and they're working collaboratively. Having successfully worked with community partners to develop and write the successful BCJI application and Implementation Plan for the Flint, Michigan University Avenue Corridor BCJI site, we have continued to engage with BJA and BCJI grantees to develop public safety strategies and applications to fund these initiatives.
A Hand Up-Not A Hand Out Inc. Nonprofit Charitable Organization
July 2007 – May 2012
The Criminal Justice Studies Program at the University of North Dakota was established in 1974 with grant support from the Law Enforcement Assistance Administration of the U.S. Department of Justice. Since its inception, this interdisciplinary program has pooled the resources of the Departments of Anthropology, Philosophy, Sociology, and of course Criminal Justice. The program of study leads to a specialized degree of Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice Studies (B.S.
Training, technical assistance and research.
Active BJA Funded Project(s):
FY 16 JRI: Category 2
The Implementation and Evaluation of the Effective Practices in Community Support Model for Influencers
Evaluation of a Cognitive-Behavioral Program for Inmates in Administrative Segregation
The National Resource Center on Children and Families of the Incarcerated at Rutgers University, under the leadership of Director Ann Adalist-Estrin, has provided consultation to government and non-government agencies and community programs in 47 states including Connecticut’s statewide Children of Incarcerated Parents Initiative; Sesame Street; Austin Independent School District, Prison Fellowship Ministries, and The Red Heart Association of Taiwan.
Lore Joplin provides technical assistance to government agencies and non-profits. Her professional focus is on the analysis of public policy issues, including financial, operational, and political impacts at state and local levels. She has comprehensive experience managing complex projects and facilitating collaborative mapping and planning processes. Her work spans multiple areas including criminal justice, health care policy, and higher education. Ms.
The LEAD National Support Bureau is a project of the Public Defender Association (PDA) in Seattle, WA (www.defender.org), and the Katal Center for Health, Equity & Justice in New York, NY (www.katalcenter.org), to provide support and technical assistance to jurisdictions around the nation which are planning and implementing LEAD (Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion) programs.