In order to achieve its mission to eliminate sexual abuse in confinement facilities nationwide, the Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) Resource Center (PRC) provides extensive training and technical assistance (TTA) through support from the Bureau of Justice Assistance.
BJA NTTAC's online TTA Catalog is a feature for BJA TTA providers to market upcoming webinars, training opportunities, and technical assistance to the justice community based on their needs and locations. The BJA NTTAC team also shares conferences, trainings, and events from across the field that may be of interest to the justice community.
The “Training Catalog” tab lists webinars, training opportunities, and conferences, both upcoming and completed within the past year, while the “Event Calendar” displays these webinars, trainings, and conferences in a monthly calendar view. The “Upcoming Events” tab only displays upcoming webinars, training opportunities, and conferences. The “TTA Resources” tab displays technical assistance, defined as specialized guidance on a particular topic, tailored to a requesting agency; programs, defined as larger TTA programs offered by BJA TTA providers that have various offerings on a particular topic; and training. Lastly, the “BJA TTA Grantees” tab displays a list of current BJA TTA grantees.
The mission of the Regional Information Sharing Systems (RISS) Program is to assist federal, state, local, and tribal criminal justice partners by providing adaptive solutions and services that facilitate information sharing, support criminal investigations, and promote officer safety.
The Center for Task Force Training (CenTF) Program provides training and technical assistance services to law enforcement agencies throughout the United States and focuses on the management of multijurisdictional task force operations.
This VALOR Program training, offered as a one- or two-day course, provides officers at the all levels with the essentials to survive and thrive by emphasizing the importance of being physically and mentally prepared, maintaining situational awareness, combating complacency, and remaining vigilant
The Bureau of Justice Assistance State and Local Anti-Terrorism Training's primary objective is the delivery of specialized terrorism/criminal extremism orientation, interdiction, investigation, and prevention training to state, local, and tribal law enforcement executives, command personnel, int
Through the newly created National Consortium on Preventing Law Enforcement Suicide (the Consortium), a program of the Bureau of Justice Assistance's National Officer Safety Initiatives, the International Association of Chiefs of Police will lead a national conversation around the issues of offic
Since 1997, the Smaller Law Enforcement Agency Program, with support from the Bureau of Justice Assistance, has been providing resources for the largest portion of the International Association of Chiefs of Police's membership, departments serving fewer than 50,000 residents.
With support from the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) and in partnership with AEquitas and John Jay College of the City University of New York, the International Association of Chiefs of Police is working to increase the capabilities of BJA-funded Enhanced Collaborative Model (ECM) Human Traff
The Tribal Civil and Criminal Legal Assistance (TCCLA) Program, supported by the Bureau of Justice Assistance, offers training and technical assistance to TCCLA grantees and sub-grantee legal aid organizations.
The Tribal Key Components of Healing to Wellness Courts form the foundation of all tribal drug courts. The Adult Drug Court Standards represent the latest research-based best practices for what works within the drug court setting.
Chief Judge Abby Abinanti, Anthony Trombetti, and Jolanda Ingram-Obie of the Yurok Tribal Court presented an overview of the collaborative court that administers the Yurok Wellness Program. They explained that the wellness program began in 2009 with support from the Bureau of Justice Assistance.
The National Criminal Justice Association, with funding from the Bureau of Justice Assistance, offers training and technical assistance to state administering agencies to support strategic planning efforts and the implementation of evidence-based policies and practices.
Through a collaborative effort with the U.S. Department of Justice, this course provides the necessary training to help establish state and regional Local Assistance State Teams (LAST) to assist in the event of a line-of-duty death.
This course is a presentation by the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation, through the Everyone Goes Home Program, that is designed to change the culture of accepting the loss of firefighters as a normal occurrence.
This presentation by the National Fallen Firefighter Foundations examines the root causes of line-of-duty deaths and the role of Leadership, Accountability, Culture and Knowledge (LACK) as it influences the end result.
This course includes stories from family members who have lost a loved one, as well as a fire chief who has been in the unfortunate position of telling a survivor that their firefighter has been killed in the line of duty.
The evidence issues that an administrative law judge confronts can be complex and challenging. This web-based course offers a convenient way to explore methods for making evidentiary rulings quickly and confidently without having to leave your docket.
On November 28, 2018, the Bureau of Justice Assistance National Training and Technical Assistance Center hosted the “Changing Nature of Crime and Criminal Investigations” webinar in partnership with the Police Executive Research Forum (PERF).
Under the Bureau of Justice Assistance's VALOR Program, Policy Research Associates, Inc. (PRA) provides technical assistance to states, territories, and tribes through a broad range of services (both onsite and virtual) to guide policy and practice change.