There’s no denying our criminal justice system is in crisis. It lacks consistent logic, often deferring to a false-choice narrative that encourages “tough” or “soft” punishment for criminogenic behavior. Punishment is one solution. But so is reform. We work with companies who strive to reduce the footprint of the system as a whole—so that ground-up community response can become a tool for restorative and transformative justice.
Jacob Sills and Elijah Gwynn wanted to disrupt the mass incarceration model by providing a cost-effective communications platform that helps justice-involved people avoid technical violations of their probation or parole. They founded Uptrust to help people navigate and successfully exit the criminal justice system.
Harley Blakeman believes that a criminal record shouldn’t preclude someone from fair and honest employment. He founded Honest Jobs to connect people with criminal records more quickly to competitive jobs regardless of their background.
Andre McGregor founded ForceMetrics to influence better community outcomes by creating a mobile-first database that provides 911 responders with precise, efficient, and life-saving data when it’s needed most.
Yousef Kassim founded Easy Expunctions because he believes everyone deserves a second chance. Easy Expunctions serves as the fastest and most affordable way to clear an arrest record with an easy online process that costs a fraction of the cost of hiring a lawyer.