The Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) recently released a new publication, Reentry Matters: Strategies and Successes of Second Chance Act Grantees Across the United States, that highlights the positive impacts reentry initiatives can have on programs and communities. Officials at all levels of government recognize the need for initiatives to support the successful reentry of people in the nation’s state prisons to their communities.
Remember to register for the National Criminal Justice Association (NCJA)/Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) webinar, Strengthening Court Systems: Understanding State and Federal Resources, which will take place on Thursday, November 21 at 3:00 p.m. EST. The webinar will highlight multiple grant opportunities available through State Administering Agencies (SAAs) and federally funded training and technical assistance opportunities offered to court systems.
The Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) is committed to being responsive to the needs of the criminal justice field. Through NTTAC, BJA is excited to announce four new training and technical assistance (TTA) resources that can be tailored to address the critical needs faced by state, local, and tribal agencies.
In an effort to implement President Obama’s Digital Government Strategy, the Office of Justice Programs (OJP) recently published an application programming interface (API) that provides access to twenty years (1993-2013) of OJP Grant Awards Data in open, machine-readable formats. The interface includes current-year grant awards data and is updated daily. According to OJP’s Deputy Assistant Attorney General for Operations and Management, James H.
Register for the Commonwealth of Virginia’s 2013 Governor’s Summit on Human Trafficking sponsored by the Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services and various state agencies. The one and a half-day summit will take place October 3-4 at the Omni Hotel in Richmond, Virginia. The objective of the summit is to raise awareness of human trafficking at both the national and state level and to bring together federal, state, and local agencies and stakeholders to promote a coordinated response to human trafficking in Virginia.