An extensive explanatory guide on the rights of individuals on parole and probation.
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The Parole & Probation Accountability Project (PPAP) is empowering previously incarcerated individuals, and their families and loved ones with knowledge and solutions to lead successful lives following release. PPAP is a project under the umbrella of The Ladies of Hope Ministries.

People currently In The U.S. Criminal Justice System
People currently on parole and probation
people being detained on Pre-trial detention
Children enter foster care yearly due to parental incarceration

Providing resources that educate, empower, and inform.

knowledge is key

Know Your Rights!

An extensive explanatory series on topics for individuals who have been impacted by the criminal justice system. The first iteration of the guide is a deep dive into the area of parole and probation.

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We provide a variety of resources such as trainings and mentorships, filing early termination and grievances, as well as access to different databases filled with relevant and useful information.

Coming soon: The PPAP APP 


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