Innovative
Prosecution
Solutions

Announcing
in Partnership
with BJA

Prosecutors' Guide
for Reducing Violence
& Building Safer Communities

Innovative
Prosecution
Solutions

Innovative
Prosecution
Solutions

Advancing leading-edge strategies to fight violent crime and build safer communities

Innovative
Prosecution
Solutions

Innovations
in the Field

Learn more about the latest strategies for identifying, analyzing, and prosecuting violent crime

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Innovative
Prosecution
Solutions

AEquitas &
BJA are Proud to Announce:

Prosecutors' Guide
to Reducing Violence
& Building Safer Communities

Innovative
Prosecution
Solutions

Innovative
Prosecution
Solutions

Advancing leading-edge strategies to fight violent crime and build safer communities

Innovative
Prosecution
Solutions

Innovations
in the Field

Learn more about the latest strategies for identifying, analyzing, and prosecuting violent crime

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From on-scene cell phone data extraction technology to drug market mapping, prosecutors' offices around the country are pioneering new ways to combat violent crime through the Innovative Prosecution Solutions (IPS) initiative. Funded by the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA), the IPS initiative is empowering jurisdictions to test tomorrow’s strategies for enhancing accountability and building safer, stronger communities.

Discover
innovations

Learn more about the latest strategies in the criminal justice field for identifying, analyzing, and prosecuting gun violence, drug trafficking, gender-based violence, and other crimes.

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grantees

Impact in the field

Baton Rouge

The East Baton Rouge District Attorney’s Office aims to reverse the upward trend of drug overdoses in the city by prosecuting high-volume drug manufacturers and suppliers — cutting off the opioid epidemic at its source.

Chicago

In response to a drastic spike in gun crime, the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office created a dedicated unit to enhance the investigation and prosecution of Chicago’s most violent offenders.

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Learn how
we can help

Meet our team of expert training and technical assistance (TTA) providers who help IPS sites develop and implement innovative practices.

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