Training and Technical Assistance

Overview:

The Department of Justice (DOJ) provides training and technical assistance (TTA) to further practical and specialized knowledge to implement and enhance justice system efforts. DOJ supports training and technical assistance that is both specifically geared toward tribes and across broader topic areas.

TTA Topics and Eligibility | TTA Providers | Grants and Financial Training | TTA Events

Topical TTA Resources and Eligibility

DOJ provides subject matter-based training and technical assistance across topic areas that include:

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DOJ Tribal Training and Technical Assistance Providers

Click on the organization name to read a brief description of the agency, services provided, contact information, and a link to each organization's website.

Indian Alcohol and Substance Abuse

Law Enforcement

Tribal Courts

Tribal Civil and Criminal Legal Assistance

Corrections, Alternatives to Incarceration, and Reentry

Juvenile Delinquency Prevention and Justice

Victim Services

Intergovernmental Collaboration

Information Sharing

Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act

Domestic and Sexual Violence Crimes

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Grants and Financial Training

In addition to subject matter-based TTA resources and tools to assist tribes with programmatic issues related to project implementation, DOJ offers grant management-related training and technical assistance regarding the grant application process, grant management, and financial management.

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TTA Events

Event Date(s):

July 13-14, 2015

Time:

8:30am - 4:30pm (Monday); 8:30 am – 3:30 pm (Tuesday)

Event:

A Dialogue on the Tribal Law and Order Act Implementation of the Enhanced Sentencing Authority

Audience:

Tribal Leaders and Tribes who are beginning discussions or actively exploring the impact of TLOA implementation enhanced sentencing authority are encouraged to attend.  This event will provide valuable information to tribal, state and federal representatives of all disciplines and representatives that may be impacted through the expansion of sentencing authority, including, public defenders, prosecutors, law enforcement, victims’ advocates, community corrections (pretrial, probation, and reentry), service providers, community members, and others. 

Host Agency(s)

American Probation and Parole Association (APPA) partnering with the Tribal Judicial Institute at the University of North Dakota School of Law and the National Tribal Judicial Center at the National Judicial College.

Event Detail:

The Dialogue Session has been proposed to bring together tribes who have gone through the journey of implementation of Enhanced Sentencing Authority (ESA) to share why they chose to implement ESA, their process for implementation, the successes and challenges they experienced, or any other information they feel would be critical for tribes moving towards implementation. We hope this event will allow tribes who are exploring implementation of ESA in their communities to learn directly from tribes who have implemented this authority. Further, all faculty and participants will be given an opportunity to provide information to DOJ representatives on funding, training, and technical assistance needs regarding ESA implementation.

Registration:

There are no fees to attend this event. To register, please follow this link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/P6ZBT6Q.

Contact Information

Kimberly Cobb, Project Director at APPA, at 859-244-8015 or kcobb@csg.org

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Updated June 24, 2015