STRATEGIC APPLICATIONS INTERNATIONAL
DOJ Training area of focus: Law Enforcement and Substance Abuse
Strategic Applications International (SAI) offers a variety of cutting edge services to its clients from comprehensive strategic planning to government relations. Located in our nation’s capitol, and with a team of consultants with years of experience on Capitol Hill, SAI is in a unique position to represent the interests of local and state government, non-profits, and faith-based organizations. Currently, SAI represents a variety of state and local government organizations, faith-based ministries, and several non-profits in their efforts to acquire Federal funding to support initiatives in law enforcement, housing, mentoring, drug courts, and work with those reentering our communities from incarceration. SAI's principals have an aggregate 165 years experience at the highest levels of government and non-profit agencies. Our training and expertise can be augmented by drawing on a full slate of skilled contractors when necessary, depending on the tasks to be performed. Those with whom we have partnered, domestically and internationally, make up an impressive list.
To assist the 2010 Tribal Methamphetamine grantees with their projects to address methamphetamines, Strategic Applications International (SAI) will conduct onsite needs assessments, deliver 2-4 regional summits for grantees, and produce tribal meth action plans for each site. A tribal meth fellows program will be developed to serve as content experts and generate white papers on content specific best practices related to reducing the impact of meth as well as mentoring grantees. Grantees will receive training in the three pillars of community policing, how to develop their own needs assessments, mobilize key stakeholders and communities, and design a community- based participatory research model. Training and technical assistance deliverables will include the regional conferences, a COPS Guidebook on Tribal Meth Best Practices, webinars and white papers, and an update to Methpedia.org. Visit http://www.methpedia.org for more details on any of the trainings.
SAI’s primary target audience is federally recognized Native American and Alaskan Native tribes (“Tribes”) that have received grant funding through CTAS. SAI may provide services to non-CTAS grant recipients if funding permits.
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