TTA News & Information

The Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) is seeking interested jurisdictions for the 2024 National Public Safety Partnership (PSP) cohort group. Eligible interested applicants will be law enforcement agencies serving mid-to-large-sized jurisdictions (populations of 50,000–500,000-plus) who are experiencing precipitous increases in violent crime and interested in building capacity to identify and implement violent crime strategies and improve community engagement.

The 2023 U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) Violent Crime Reduction Conference will be held on December 11-13, 2023, in Indianapolis, IN.

The Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) has identified a need to enhance the service training that police agencies undergo to better serve the public.

*June 16, 2023 update: All scholarship opportunities have been filled and the application has closed. Thank you for your interest!*


Everybody's got an opinion on what law enforcement should be doing. And I'm like, 'Man, if they got all the answers, we're always taking applications.'

James Patterson, Walk the Blue Line (2023)


In honor of International Restorative Justice Week, the National Center on Restorative Justice will offer a 90-minute webinar on November 16, 2022, about restorative justice in the criminal legal system.
The Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA), 30x30 Initiative, and the BJA NTTAC are pleased to co-host the upcoming National Summit on Women in Law Enforcement. The Summit, to be held on September 7-8, 2022, in Washington, DC, convenes law enforcement representatives from across the nation.

Semiannual Grant Report deadline is July 30

To assist BJA Grantees in completing reports before the deadline, the NTTAC team is offering several training sessions: