The Law & Justice Journalism Project aims to help journalists covering crime and the U.S. legal system


For years, members of the news industry have been talking about how crime journalism can do more harm than good and have tried to find solutions. The impact of bad crime reporting is widespread and it can take years to repair broken trust with audiences.

That’s why the Law & Justice Journalism Project is launching: to provide journalists with tools, skills and resources to improve their coverage of crime, public safety and the United States legal system.

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