Law Enforcement Naloxone Toolkit
Violence Reduction Network VRN
BJA National Training and Technical Assistance Ctr
Public Safety Officers Benefits Program
Learn about the new JAG Performance Measures, which apply to FY 2015 grantees and beyond. They are more user friendly, easier to complete, and encourage success through evidence-based practices that benefit the full spectrum of criminal justice agencies and organizations.
July 31, 2015 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM EDTNo registration fee to participate in this webinar on updates for prosecutors on the world of cybercrime and law enforcement efforts to subpoena and search for cell phone and computer evidence.
BJA and the Center for Court Innovation announced today four criminal courts—the Essex County Superior Court (Salem, MA), 5th Judicial District of Pennsylvania (Allegheny County, PA), Multnomah County Circuit Court (OR), and the Utah state court system—who’ve demonstrated a clear commitment from court leadership to improve litigant perceptions of fairness and establish court practices that align with this goal. The sites will receive technical assistance to document promising practices for the field, as well as highlight areas for improvement. For more information about BJA’s and the Center’s work on procedural justice, please visit www.courtinnovation.org/proceduraljustice.
BJA is proud to announce the new Body-Worn Camera (BWC) Toolkit, an online resource dedicated to the sharing of information, resources, and research on body-worn camera related subjects, including the benefits and challenges related to the implementation of body-worn camera technology. Explore the BWC Toolkit to learn more.
The Justice Research and Statistics Association (JRSA), in partnership with the National Criminal Justice Association (NCJA) and BJA, has produced the first two toolkits in a series promoting the use of evidence-based practices in State Administering Agencies (SAAs). "An Introduction to Evidence-Based Practices" and "Implementing Evidence-Based Practices" are now available online.
BJA has released the FY 2015 "Evaluation & Research Literature: The State of Knowledge on BJA-Funded Programs" document. This document assesses the state of knowledge as determined by data collection, research, and evaluations of and related to BJA-funded programs and also identifies programs and practices for which DOJ resources have played a critical role in generating innovative programs and sound practices.
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