Justice Way was started by the National Police Association, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. We operate Justice Way as means of reaching out to the communities most in need.
The Justice Way Centers are designed allow the community, from young kids to senior adults to enjoy a range of activities and support programs aimed at their life enhancement, personal growth, ongoing education, social support, and much more.
To serve society on a long-term level, Justice Way brings together a forum that examines the United States Criminal Justice System and helps influence improvements. Concurrent with this effort, Justice Way launches innovative programs and carries out initiatives directly within neighborhoods to support targeted local areas on multiple fronts.
Justice Way takes the approach of crime as a disease that adversely affects our society and leaves victims feeling hopeless. By shining a light on the subject and Reaching out to both the police and community, many people will benefit. We actively recruit experts and leaders from the legal, medical, psychological, sociological, psychiatric, law enforcement, and political arenas.
The Justice Way Center (JWC) is a project of the National Police Association, Inc. JWC comprises an expert panel under one roof. We periodically present issues to discuss and debate amongst each other so that programs can be developed and tested before ever being launched.
Justice Way community chapters facilitate development programs for youth, adults, and families. We provide drug and alcohol abuse resistance advocacy and rehabilitation. Some chapters may accommodate police and reserve police community substations. Through our volunteer and regular staff, we offer career guidance, education, job and other training, counseling, job skills development, crime victim’s advocacy and other special public assistance. We also conduct outReach, charitable giving, and produce media for increased awareness of public safety issues.
Because of the increasing need for assistance, Justice Way has committed to acquiring an expanded facility so that we may fully serve the local needs of those impacted by crime, gang activity, graffiti, drugs, and truancy. By Reaching out to the hearts and minds of at-risk youth and adults, we can make a difference..