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FPI Justice for Victims Families is an 501(C)(3) American social justice advocacy nonprofit, based in Pinehurst, Texas, and team of real-life investigators with the ability to respond throughout the United States and Canada.


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Our core mission centers on solving the systemic issues surrounding unsolved injustices

FPI Justice for Victims Families is a 501(C)(3) nonprofit and team of real-life investigators solving the systemic issues surrounding unsolved injustices. Our core mission centers on addressing unresolved homicides, helping reunite missing loved ones, advancing mental health awareness, providing essential grief support, and advocating the cause of social justice.

FPI stands for Forensic Paranormal Investigation which is the use of scientific investigation into the unknown for clues proven by forensics.

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Our efforts encompass arranging community gatherings with service animals, cultivating a nurturing atmosphere, and providing solace to those who are grieving.


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Where Your Generosity Takes Us!

The grieving families we assist struggling with the devastating loss of a loved one after an unresolved homicide or missing loved one, do not have money for investigators, treatment or therapy from a mental health professional. 100% of funds raised go directly to supporting those affected. Your contributions directly support grief assistance, trauma therapy, bereavement resources and resolution for the families enduring these unimaginable hardships and uncertainty that accompanies such tragedies during their darkest times.

As a bona fide 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, our commitment to financial transparency is evident through our GuideStar charity check. While it may be humbling, this transparency underscores our need for support as we operate as a free investigation service for families seeking resolution for unsolved injustices. For example, your donations contribute to the ongoing investigations of our 114 unresolved cases. Additionally, they enable us to engage the services of a DNA genealogist to match family members with the DNA of a baby stolen from a deaf mother over 50 years ago, whose whereabouts remain a mystery.

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Contact Us

888-206-3014

info@fpijustice.org

www.fpijustice.org

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Managing Investigator

regina.romain@fpijustice.org

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THE TEAM

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FPI Justice for Victims Families is a volunteer team of real-life investigators dedicated to solving unsolved homicides, finding missing loved ones and advocating the cause of unsolved injustices.

Regina Romain

3x Emmy award-winning network television producer, Executive Director and Managing Investigator

Janice Banks

lead homicide investigator

Ashleigh Alexiou

forensic examiner

Dr. Vivian Dorsett

Advocate and Sociologist

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Some investigators are cold case survivors who have solved or retrieved additional evidence on their own, with no help from the police.

Dr. Christina Kieffer

Field

Biologist

Michael Gentry

research investigator

Lisa Hifrmthesky

death

investigator

Latasha Carr-Salter

Pastoral Mental Health Counselor

William Hillard

Murder Scene Investigator

Anne Cristaldi

homicide investigator

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Current Investigations...

There are approximately 20,072 unsolved homicides in the state of Texas!

Austin Police Department Cold Cases 11

Fort Worth PD's Cold Cases 94

San Antonio PD’s Cold Cases 62

Montgomery County PD’s Cold Cases 61

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Murders

“There was no media coverage on anything. The case was put as a death investigation.”

Victims Mother

Decades-old cold case never to test DNA. That’s the story but was it contaminated?

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Unsolved Homicides in America 88%

Unsolved Murders in Texas 53%

Working Cases 94%

SOLVED 17%

Houston's Crime Lab

Twenty years ago, the Houston Crime Lab was considered one of the worst forensic crime facilities in the country. Of the 179 Texans exonerated since 1993, 115 were in Harris County due to flawed or misleading evidence.

The FBI listed nearly 340,000 nationwide cases of homicide and non-negligent manslaughter that went unsolved from 1965 to 2021. FPI Justice for Victims Families, based in Texas, is deeply concerned about the current state of affairs because the harrowing nature of these murders is most pronounced in Texas. Texas is grappling with an alarming count of approximately 20,072 unsolved homicides, leaving a trail of shattered lives and fractured communities. Regrettably, this trend not only produces emotional distress but also immortalize a climate of fear and vulnerability among the public. The absence of closure and accountability in these cases worsens these sentiments. It also erodes public confidence in both law enforcement and the justice system.

In Texas, there exists a distressing number of unsolved homicides, particularly in marginalized communities. Due to various social, economic, and cultural barriers, these homicides often go unreported, uninvestigated, or overlooked, leading to a lack of closure and justice for the victims and their families. Moreover, children in these communities bear a heavy emotional burden, often experiencing trauma and grief without adequate support systems in place.

Copyright © 2020-2024 FPI Justice for Victims Families - All Rights Reserved.

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grief support for Survivors of Homicide Victims

FPI Justice is dedicated to supporting agencies that offer essential mental health and grief support services to survivors of homicide victims. We recognize that there are diverse types of agencies providing mental health and grief support, as grief itself is as unique as a fingerprint, and one-size-fits-all solutions do not suffice. Unfortunately, not all systems provide access to resources that fully comprehend the traumatizing nature of grief and the challenges survivors face in dealing with uncertainty after a loss. Our primary focus revolves around promoting mental health, offering grief support, and advocating for social justice.

FPI Justice has researched organizations throughout the Texas area who offer support groups to help young people and their families through the grieving process. The groups help us provide much-needed guidance and encouragement while enabling families to connect with others who have experienced similar tragedy.

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