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The Center for Policing Equity

COVID-19: Help The Center for Policing Equity Apply for Federal Relief Loans

Allow CPE to continue providing equitable justice to police departments and the communities they serve.

Posted April 2, 2020

The global pandemic and the economic destruction it is causing create major challenges that threaten these programs. We seek assistance applying for loans under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, so that we can continue to fund our operations and pursue our work this year. In the last six months, we have dramatically scaled our organization to be able to provide services nationwide and with this slowdown due to coronavirus, we want to ensure that we can meet payroll in the months to come.

Project Plan

Preparation Phase

  • Intro Call, review of loan documents and employment payroll

Collaboration Phase

  • we need you to review our application and let us know if we've thought about the numbers correctly

Wrap Up

  • report back to us that application is good to go

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Additional Information

  • Time Commitment: 1-5 hours
  • Training Provided: No
  • Site-Preference: Remote
  • Additional Location Details: zoom
  • Bar License(s) required: Any Bar License
  • Required Languages: None
  • Mentoring Provided: No
  • Supervision Provided: Yes
The Center for Policing Equity

As a research and action think tank, the Center for Policing Equity (CPE) aims to provide leadership in equity through excellence in research. Using evidence-based approaches to social justice, we use data to create levers for social, cultural and policy change - specifically, CPE's signature program Compstat for Justice, (C4J) allows police departments to hold officers accountable to shared values of equity and justice. C4J analyzes data to provide feedback to law enforcement on the portion of racial disparities stemming from their behaviors, spotlighting neighborhoods, activities, and conditions that facilitate the greatest harm. By making justice measurable, we both reduce the temperature of conversations about race in policing and provide a clear path towards increasing public trust.

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