The Bureau of Justice Assistance invites you to join our webinar and learn more about the National Public Safety Partnership (PSP) and how it can benefit your site.
PSP is designed to promote interagency coordination by leveraging specialized law enforcement expertise with dedicated prosecutorial resources to promote public and community safety. PSP’s strategic focus is designed to support communities that (1) struggle with levels of violent crime far in excess of the national average and (2) would benefit from the support of the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) in developing their own capacities.
PSP serves as a DOJ-wide program that enables participating sites to consult with and receive coordinated training and technical assistance (TTA) from DOJ to support violence reduction strategies. This model enables DOJ to provide effective assistance to jurisdictions of different sizes and diverse needs that will support and build their capacities to address violent crime. This opportunity is most appropriate for midsize and large agencies.
Attendees will have the opportunity to hear from the director of PSP, Ms. Kristie Brackens, who will provide background information on the PSP program and cover:
- Details on the site selection process.
- Resources available through PSP.
- Support provided by PSP’s two TTA providers, CNA and the Institute for Intergovernmental Research (IIR).
- An outline of a three-year engagement timeline.
- The suite of online tools available to PSP sites.
- An overview of resources available from DOJ’s federal law enforcement agencies.
No registration fee or cost is required to participate in this webinar.
Apply for the National Public Safety Partnership here.