Project Protocol

Safety and transparency for people on parole and probation

Today's Balance
$11,671.40
Estimated Annual Budget
$11,976
Monthly Stipend for Engineers
$12,000
per year

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Yindi Pei

$1,000 USD since Oct 2020

2
Emiliano Lopez

$700 USD since Oct 2020

3
Dustin

$300 USD since Jun 2021

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Liliana Monge

$250 USD since May 2021

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Cherry Deanna

$200 USD since Dec 2020

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Taina Vargas

$100 USD since Jan 2021

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Elisabeth C Ocampo

$50 USD since Jun 2021

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Tahnee D.

$37 USD since Jul 2021

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Taina Vargas-Edmond

$25 USD since May 2021

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Benevity

$10,025.7 USD since Dec 2020

Project Protocol is all of us

Our contributors 13

Thank you for supporting Project Protocol.

Yindi Pei

Admin

$1,000 USD

Emiliano Lopez

Admin

$700 USD

Benevity

$10,026 USD

Dustin

sponsor

$300 USD

Cherry Deanna

$200 USD

Taina Vargas

$100 USD

Elisabeth C O...

$50 USD

Tahnee D.

$37 USD

Taina Vargas-...

$25 USD

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Today’s balance

$11,671.40 USD

Total raised

$11,671.72 USD

Total disbursed

$0.32 USD

Estimated annual budget

$11,975.57 USD

About


What is Project Protocol?
Project Protocol is a rating tool for government supervision agents that creates a more equitable relationship between parole/probation officers and those under their supervision by allowing parolees to have transparency into the most critical relationship of their re-entry.

The Problem
Parole is an extension of incarceration in the free community. Returning citizens are treated just as they were while incarcerated. The biggest fear of a returning citizen is violating their parole conditions and being sent back to prison. Many returning citizens don’t complain because they “don’t want to make waves” and accept the officer’s orders. Furthermore, a person doesn’t have the same parole officer for the duration of their parole. Officer’s get moved and officer expectations change. Keeping a returning citizen off balance.

The Solution
Project Protocol is a peer support that provides returning citizen’s a platform to anonymously rate their officer’s performance. The rating system will measure best practices and identify challenges within the State parole system. This empowers people to engage in supporting their peers by providing essential feedback about their parole officer expectations, providing supportive services, and conduct to requests from the returning citizen. The public will also have the privilege in knowing the overall rating of a parole officer. Reassuring the community that returning citizens are getting the support they need to successfully reintegrate into society. 

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