The StandDown Texas Project


PO Box 13475
Austin, TX, 78711-3475

The StandDown Texas Project was organized in 2000 to advocate a moratorium on executions and a state-sponsored review of Texas\' application of the death penalty. To stand down is to go off duty temporarily, especially to review safety procedures. Identifying and Advocating Best Practices in the Criminal Justice System. A Texas-Centric Examination of Current Conditions, Reform Initiatives, and Emerging Issues. (Copied from Web Page) Maintains a blog on restorative justice.

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