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Tribal Justice and Safety Archives

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Coordinated Tribal Assistance (CTAS) Archive

Indian Country Accomplishments of the Justice Department, 2017

PAST CONSULTATIONS AND LISTENING SESSIONS

CONSULTATION SUMMARIES

TTA EVENTS

FY 2014 CTAS Purpose Area Webinars

The Coordinated Tribal Assistance Solicitation refers to the Department of Justice's (DOJ) Tribal government-specific competitive grant programs as "Purpose Areas." Applicants may select the Purpose Area(s) that best address Tribes' concerns related to public safety, criminal and juvenile justice, and the needs of victims/survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and other forms of violence. The Department of Justice in partnership with the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention National Training and Technical Assistance Center hosted a series of Web meetings that allowed each DOJ office to provide detailed information regarding their respective Purpose Areas. The goals of this webinar series are to:

  • Educate CTAS applicants about Purpose Area requirements and allowable funding requests;
  • Provide an opportunity for CTAS applicants to raise Purpose Area-specific questions to subject matter experts; and
  • Highlight various DOJ resources that are available to assist applicants with the application process.

Please see below for archived Web meetings:

EXPIRED DOJ SUPPORTED TRAINING AND TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE

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On December 11, 2012, the Department of Justice released the FY 2013 Coordinated Tribal Assistance Solicitation. This solicitation will remain open until March 19, 2013.

The DOJ sponsored CTAS application training and technical assistance opportunities that appear on the DOJ Tribal Justice and Safety website are available free of charge to provide you with information and training on developing applications.

Please be aware that any other CTAS training not listed on this website is not sponsored by DOJ. If you have any questions about any particular training opportunity, please contact the Response Center at 1.800.421.6770 or by e-mail at tribalgrants@usdoj.gov.

As a reminder, the deadline for submitting FY 2013 CTAS applications is March 19, 2013.

Tribal Justice News

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Newsletters 2012-2013

Tribal Justice News 2011

November 11 
October 31 
October 28 
October 21 
October 14 
October 7
September 1 
August 10 
June 24 
June 15 
June 8 
May 19  
May 12
May 5
April 20  
April 14
April 6
March 30  
March 23
March 16   
March 08
February 16
February 09

Tribal Justice News 2010

December 28
December 1 
November 1

October 20
October 5
September 29  
September 22  September 15  
August 18 (PDF) August 10 (PDF) August 3 (PDF) 
July 27 (PDF)  
July 20 (PDF)  
July 13 (PDF)  
July 6 (PDF) 
June 29 (PDF)  
June 22 (PDF)  
June 15 (PDF)
June 8(PDF)
June 1 (PDF)   
May 25 (PDF)  
May 18 (PDF)   
May 4 (PDF)  
April 28 (PDF)
April 20 (PDF)  
April 13 (PDF)   
April 6 (PDF) 
March 31 (PDF) 
March 23 (PDF) 
March 17 (PDF)
March 9 (PDF)  
March 3 (PDF) February 23 (PDF) 
February 17(PDF)
February 2 (PDF)

 

Tribal Consultations

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Session 8, December 8-13, 2008, Palm Springs, California

Agenda
Invitation Letter
Executive Summary
Consultation Matrix

Session 7, August 18-22, 2008, Billings, MT

Agenda
Biographies
Invitation Letter
Roster of Speakers
Tribal Consultation Summary
Executive Summary

Session 6, March 5-7, 2008, Washington, DC

DC Consultation Summary
Executive Summary

Session 5, November 27-30, 2007, Santa Ana Pueblo, NM

Agenda
NM Consultation Summary
Executive Summary

Session 4, July 30-August 1, 2007, Phoenix, AZ

Agenda
AZ Tribal Consultation Summary:

Inter-Tribal Council of Arizona Consultation Letter
Spirit Lake Tribe Consultation Letter

Presentations:
Introducing Indian Country's Newest Correctional Facilities
Sexual Assault in Indian Country - Panel Presentation
AMBER in Indian Country 
Keeping up with the Changing World of Financial Management
Violence Against Women Act of 2005 - Training, Technical Assistance and Funding Opportunities
Sustaining Wellness Courts for Tribal Communities
Developing Multi-Jurisdictional Partnerships
Boys and Girls Clubs - Community Wellness Programs for Children and Youth
Developing Master Plans for Constructing Tribal Correctional Facilities and Multi-Service Centers
Crime Victims - Connecting the Pieces
Native Aspiration Project: "Lessons Learned and Stages of Readiness for Effective"
Reentry Strategies for Tribal Communities

Session 3, June 4-6, 2007, Shelton, WA

Agenda
Presentations:
Access to Mental Health Service Grants
Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety Act of 2006
Addiction Technology Transfer Center - Regional Indian Health Board Partnership Focus Group 
Assessing Risk and Protective Factors
Boys and Girls Clubs - Community Wellness Programs for Children and Youth
Center for Substance Abuse Treatment Grant Programs
Co-Occurring Disorders
Community Based Tribal Code Development
Developing Multi-Jurisdictional Partnerships
Grants Administration/Management
Housing in Tribal Communities
Ideas from Alaska: Protecting Children and Culture While Developing Codes and Youth Courts:
Domestic Relations Code
Ordinance Procedures
Tribal Judicial Code
Keeping up with the Changing World of Financial Management 
Methamphetamine in Tribal Detention Facilities
Methamphetamine Grants Program
Office of Justice Programs Overview
Project Updates, Accessing Technical Assistance and Resources in Support of IASA Grant Programs
Strategic Prevention Framework State Incentive Grants
Strength-Based Youth Delinquency Prevention Programming
Summary of Adam Walsh Act Implementation 
Tribal Courts Review Process
Tribal Youth Justice Programs

Session 2, March 27-29, 2007, Prior Lake, MN

Agenda
MN Tribal Consultation Summary
Forest County Potawatomi Community Consultation Letter
MN Session Executive Summary
Presentations:
Boys and Girls Clubs - Community Wellness Programs for Children and Youth 
Center for Substance Abuse Treatment Grant Programs
Developing Community Based, Strategic Action Plans:
Community Analysis Process for Planning Strategies (CAPPS)
Community Organizing and Development
Effective Financial Management of Your Federal Grant
National Indian Youth Police Academy
Navigating Grants.gov, Grants Management System (GMS); Understanding Grants Management and Financial Requirements:
Grants.gov
Progress Reports and GANS
The Ripple Effect of Crime: Coordinating Your Community's Response to Violence:
The Ripple Effect of Crime
OVC Training and Technical Assistance Center
Suicide Prevention Strategies 
Tribal Youth Program: Evaluation and Technical Assistance:
Evaluation and Performance Measures
Training and Technical Assistance
Wellness Courts - Healing for Families and Communities

Session 1, December 5-6, 2006, Palm Springs, CA

Welcome Letter
Agenda
Biographies
Invitation Letter
Executive Summary
Presentations:

Barriers to Accessing Federal Resources
Tribal Courts Assistance Program
Building Stronger Justice Systems (BJA)
Keeping up with the Changing World of Financial Management
Methamphetamine - Overview and Promising Strategy
National Sex Offender Registry and AMBER Alert - Strategies for Indian Country
Navigating Grants.gov, Grants Management System (GMS) and Understanding Grants Management / Financial Requirements
Building Brighter Futuresin Indian Country
Tribal Youth Program - Training & Technical Assistance
SAMHSA Methamphetamine Prevention Grant
SAMHSA Strategic Prevention Framework Grant
Website for Tribal Justice and Safety in Indian Country
Weed and Seed: Overview, Guidelines and Indian Country Experience

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