Our Partners & Funders

We could not do the work we do without the generous support of our funders and close cooperation of our many partners.

Our partners

 Barry Friedman is the Reporter for the American Law Institute’s Principles of Policing.

Barry Friedman is the Reporter for the American Law Institute’s Principles of Policing.

 The National Police Foundation has collaborated with the Police Project on many projects, including cost-benefit analysis and community engagement studies.

The National Police Foundation has collaborated with the Police Project on many projects, including cost-benefit analysis and community engagement studies.

 The Policing Project worked with the Center for Policing Equity to create a national guidebook on stop data best practices.

The Policing Project worked with the Center for Policing Equity to create a national guidebook on stop data best practices.

 The Policing Project worked with the National Urban League on a study of police-community engagement, in collaboration with the Police Foundation.

The Policing Project worked with the National Urban League on a study of police-community engagement, in collaboration with the Police Foundation.

 The Policing Project partnered with the NYPD to facilitate public input on the department’s body-worn camera policy.

The Policing Project partnered with the NYPD to facilitate public input on the department’s body-worn camera policy.

 The Policing Project has partnered with the LA Police Commission to solicit community input on their video policy.

The Policing Project has partnered with the LA Police Commission to solicit community input on their video policy.

 The Policing Project is developing a national guidebook on stop data best practices in collaboration with the California Department of Justice.

The Policing Project is developing a national guidebook on stop data best practices in collaboration with the California Department of Justice.

 The Cleveland Federal Monitoring Team retained the Policing Project to assist with the implementation of the Consent Decree.

The Cleveland Federal Monitoring Team retained the Policing Project to assist with the implementation of the Consent Decree.

 The Policing Project has partnered with the Chicago Police Department on a number of initiatives to promote community engagement.

The Policing Project has partnered with the Chicago Police Department on a number of initiatives to promote community engagement.

 The Policing Project has partnered with the Grassroots Alliance for Police Accountability on a number of projects in Chicago.

The Policing Project has partnered with the Grassroots Alliance for Police Accountability on a number of projects in Chicago.

 The Policing Project has partnered with the Tampa PD on a number of community engagement projects.

The Policing Project has partnered with the Tampa PD on a number of community engagement projects.

 Chamberlain High School hosted the Policing Project's youth-engagement pilot program in Tampa.

Chamberlain High School hosted the Policing Project's youth-engagement pilot program in Tampa.

 The Policing Project has partnered with the Tampa Citizens Review Board on a community survey.

The Policing Project has partnered with the Tampa Citizens Review Board on a community survey.

 The Policing Project is working with the CCPD on youth programming, manuals, and community engagement.

The Policing Project is working with the CCPD on youth programming, manuals, and community engagement.

 The Policing Project is working with the Fraternal Order of Police Camden Lodge on youth programming, manuals, and community engagement.

The Policing Project is working with the Fraternal Order of Police Camden Lodge on youth programming, manuals, and community engagement.

 Woodrow Wilson Excel Academy hosts the Policing Project's youth-engagement program in Camden.

Woodrow Wilson Excel Academy hosts the Policing Project's youth-engagement program in Camden.

 The Policing Project has partnered with the Tucson Police Department to create a Community Advisory Council.

The Policing Project has partnered with the Tucson Police Department to create a Community Advisory Council.

 The Policing Project has partnered with the MNPD to study the efficacy of proactive traffic stops.

The Policing Project has partnered with the MNPD to study the efficacy of proactive traffic stops.

 The Policing Project has partnered with the City of Nashville to study the efficacy of proactive traffic stops.

The Policing Project has partnered with the City of Nashville to study the efficacy of proactive traffic stops.

 Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP is a pro bono partner of the Policing Project.

Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP is a pro bono partner of the Policing Project.

 Jenner & Block provides pro bono support for the Policing Project's Chicago community engagement initiatives.

Jenner & Block provides pro bono support for the Policing Project's Chicago community engagement initiatives.

 Carlton Fields provides pro bono support for the Policing Project's Tampa community engagement initiatives.

Carlton Fields provides pro bono support for the Policing Project's Tampa community engagement initiatives.

 Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP provided pro bono support to solicit community input on the LAPD's video policy.

Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP provided pro bono support to solicit community input on the LAPD's video policy.

 Latham & Watkins is conducting pro bono research with the Policing Project on community advisory boards.

Latham & Watkins is conducting pro bono research with the Policing Project on community advisory boards.

 The Policing Project has partnered with the Strategic Policy Partnership, LLC, on several Chicago initiatives.

The Policing Project has partnered with the Strategic Policy Partnership, LLC, on several Chicago initiatives.

 The Leadership Conference is a signatory of the Policing Project's Principles of Democratic Policing.

The Leadership Conference is a signatory of the Policing Project's Principles of Democratic Policing.

 The Brennan Center for Justice and the Policing Project co-hosted “Policing and Accountability in the Digital Age.”

The Brennan Center for Justice and the Policing Project co-hosted “Policing and Accountability in the Digital Age.”

 The Policing Project and the Marron Institute of Urban Mgmt at NYU collaborated in facilitating public input on the NYPD's body-worn camera policy.

The Policing Project and the Marron Institute of Urban Mgmt at NYU collaborated in facilitating public input on the NYPD's body-worn camera policy.

 Barry Friedman recently led a discussion on the topic of how policing needs to be reshaped for the 21st century, moderated by Jeffrey Rosen, CEO and president of the National Constitution Center.

Barry Friedman recently led a discussion on the topic of how policing needs to be reshaped for the 21st century, moderated by Jeffrey Rosen, CEO and president of the National Constitution Center.

 

Our Funders

The Policing Project is committed to producing impartial, open research and resources. To promote neutrality, we accept funding from sources across the political spectrum. All funding we accept, whether from government, foundations, or private donors, is given without promises or expectations regarding our results or positions we will take.

 The Joyce Foundation Incubator Fund has supported the Policing Project’s Chicago Community Engagement Initiative.

The Joyce Foundation Incubator Fund has supported the Policing Project’s Chicago Community Engagement Initiative.

 The MacArthur Foundation is a generous funder of the Policing Project’s Chicago Community Engagement Initiative.

The MacArthur Foundation is a generous funder of the Policing Project’s Chicago Community Engagement Initiative.

 The Arnold Foundation generously has provided funding for our Data & CBA work.

The Arnold Foundation generously has provided funding for our Data & CBA work.

 The Charles Koch Foundation is a generous supporter of the Policing Project's work, including our Community Engagement Study.

The Charles Koch Foundation is a generous supporter of the Policing Project's work, including our Community Engagement Study.

 Microsoft provides support for the Policing Project’s work on ethical regulation of policing technology.

Microsoft provides support for the Policing Project’s work on ethical regulation of policing technology.

 ShotSpotter provides support for the Policing Project’s work on ethical regulation of policing technology.

ShotSpotter provides support for the Policing Project’s work on ethical regulation of policing technology.

 Mark43 provides support for the Policing Project’s work on ethical regulation of policing technology.

Mark43 provides support for the Policing Project’s work on ethical regulation of policing technology.

 Open Society Foundations is a generous supporter of the Policing Project's work in Camden.

Open Society Foundations is a generous supporter of the Policing Project's work in Camden.

 Campbell Soup Foundation is a philanthropic investor of the city of Camden, including the Policing Project’s work.

Campbell Soup Foundation is a philanthropic investor of the city of Camden, including the Policing Project’s work.

 The Harris Harris Family Charitable Foundation is a generous supporter of the Policing Project's work in Camden.

The Harris Harris Family Charitable Foundation is a generous supporter of the Policing Project's work in Camden.


 The COPS office provided some funding for our Youth Engagement Guidebook

The COPS office provided some funding for our Youth Engagement Guidebook