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The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children
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Video Games Designed To Address Sexual Assault on Campus
~ National Institute of Justice
 
Fighting Stress in the Law Enforcement Community
~ Jim Dawson
 
Report Covid-19 Fraud
~ www.justice.gov
 
How to Disinfect Police Duty Gear After a Potential Coronavirus Exposure
~ Ron Lyons, PoliceOne.com
 
How to stay safe before, during and after a pursuit
~ Lt. Dan Marcou, PoliceOne.com
 
The Missing Person / Runaway Dilemma
~ Volitta Fritsche
 
Ten Most Wanted List
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Reserve Police Force?
~ Christopher B Kuch, PhD
 
J.R. Simplot Company - Bringing Earth's Resources to Life
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New UWPD Chief hopes to repair connection between police, campus community
~ Sammy Gibbons, The Daily Cardinal, University of Madison-Wisconsin newspaper
 
The Evolution of Police & Community Partnerships
~ Christopher B. Kuch, PhD
 
How to Adopt Retired Police Dogs
~ Laura Mueller
 
Financial Aid for Criminal Justice Students
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Grants
~ www.justice.gov
 
Congress Agrees to Add 26 Synthetic Drugs to Controlled Substances Act
~ www.justice.gov
 
   
   
   
 
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Simplot purpose

About Simplot

J.R. Simplot had the inherent ability to see possibilities nobody else could see, and the resolve to act on them — helping him turn a one-man farming operation into a global food and agribusiness enterprise.

Simplot logoThe Simplot brand began to take shape in the farm fields of southern Idaho in the late 1920s. Young J.R. struck out on his own at age 14, set on entering the agriculture business. While he had just an eighth-grade education, he was armed with keen entrepreneurial instincts, constant curiosity, boundless energy and an irrepressible drive. J.R. grew and diversified his business as he matured, but the essence of the Company remained the same, drawing purpose and strength from the unique character, history and motivation of its founder.

Today, fuelled by J.R.'s irrepressible belief in the promise of the possible, Simplot's diverse portfolio spans from soil to dinner table and everything in-between.

We're still a privately held company headquartered in Boise, Idaho but have grown into an international food and agriculture company. More than 11,000 employees run operations around the globe and distribute products to more than 60 countries worldwide. Our integrated portfolio includes phosphate mining, fertilizer manufacturing, farming, ranching, food processing, food brands, and other agriculture-related interests.

Simplot Community Involvement

Community handshakeThe J.R. Simplot Company and its employees understand that customer satisfaction and profitability are important, but they're only part of the equation. A successful company must also be a responsible member of its local communities. The company is proud to support a variety of worthy causes in the communities and industries where we operate. From donating products to helping feed people in need, to contributing thousands of volunteer hours at local events, Simplot and its employees are proud to support ongoing efforts that make our communities better places to live for everyone.

Simplot's community involvement is part of a larger pledge of integrity we make to our employees, customers and communities. This begins with our Global Code of Conduct and can be seen in our sustainability efforts, commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion and serves as the backdrop to all of our pursuits in global food and agriculture.

Simplot Company Foundation

The J.R. Simplot Company Foundation supports non-profit organizations whose primary missions include art, education, youth, community and the global food and agriculture industries, as well as, society as a whole.

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  • Arts: Organizations which encourage creative, cultural endeavors through the visual and performing arts.
  • Education: Public and private higher education institutions and certain elementary and secondary projects and activities.
  • Youth: Programs and activities which specifically benefit young people, especially programs targeted at the prevention, rather than treatment or correction, of youth-related problems.
  • Community: Health care and human services, and programs which offer such services.
  • Global Food and Agriculture: Industry organizations connected to Food and Agriculture

We ask that all proposals be submitted through our online proposal tool. Please note that we no longer accept requests via email, fax, mail or phone. Though we recognize every request is important, due to the numerous requests received, we are unable to support them all. We carefully review all proposals on a quarterly basis, so please allow up to 12 weeks for your request to be considered.

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