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Register to participate in BJA's upcoming webinar, The Federal Funding Process: The First Steps to Applying, How to Prepare and Other Considerations, which will be held October 30, 2019, at 2 p.m. ET. During the webinar, BJA policy advisors will explain how the OJP grant process works and focus on what applicants should understand when applying for funding.
In an October 3, 2019, press release, Attorney General Barr highlights how the revitalization and enhancement of Project Safe Neighborhoods two years ago has helped reduce violence in communities and improve overall public safety.
Through the BJA-administered National Public Safety Partnership (PSP), Indianapolis is working directly with the Justice Department to reduce crime. Learn about their efforts and discover more about PSP in a blog post from September 12, 2019.
Watch BJA Director Adler's opening remarks at this year's National Public Safety Partnership Symposium, where law enforcement leadership from across the country have gathered to collaborate on localized violent crime and public safety efforts.
With funding support from BJA, the National Center for Victims of Crime has launched the PSN Training and Technical Assistance Portal to help PSN task forces integrate victim services into their work. The site features victim-centered, trauma-informed materials for service providers and law enforcement officials who work with victims of violent crime.
The Justice Department has authorized more than $10 million in immediate funding to support police in Alaska Native villages and additional resources to expand prosecution resources, Project Safe Neighborhoods crime reduction measures, and for other purposes. Learn more in the press release.
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