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Written applications are reviewed by a Board comprised of a Deputy District Attorney, a community representative, and the District Attorney.
Applicants are notified in writing of their acceptance or rejection for participation and a grant amount, which is dispensed quarterly from a bank at a local financial institution as indicated from the charitable contribution fund.
No administrative fees are collected from the charitable fund.
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As such, the program is publicized annually through local newspapers and on the DA5 website, as request for proposals for eligible grantees.
The criteria is generally crime prevention and victim assistance offered by local non-profits within JD5.
Background of the Charitable Contributions Fund A charitable contribution program has been in existence in the 5th JD dating back well over three decades.
In 2011, Chief Judge of the Fifth Judicial District stated a policy, commonly known as a Chief Judge Directive, that: “the use of charitable contributions as part of a plea negotiation shall be completely within the purview of the District Attorney; and the list of charities that may receive such contributions shall be determined and maintained solely by the Office of the District Attorney…” The program was reformed by District Attorney Brown in 2013.