Learn How National Public Safety Partnership Sites Are Combating Violent Crime

The National Public Safety Partnership (PSP), established in 2017, provides federal support through the U.S. Department of Justice to tribal, state, and local law enforcement and prosecutors to help reduce violent crime. PSP sites participate in a three-year program and receive tailored support and training and technical assistance opportunities. PSP recently released their annual report highlighting 21 sites participating in the program, 5 of which graduated from the program and 10 of which were added to the program in 2019. Some accomplishments include implementing National Integrated Ballistic Information Network capabilities, increasing crime analysis capacity, and sharing information through peer exchanges. To learn more about their efforts, read the annual report.