Law enforcement agencies are teaming up with mental health clinicians to improve behavioral health responses and allow police officers to focus on crime reduction. Learn how Denver police work side-by-side with mental health clinicians to treat residents experiencing mental health emergencies and connect them with treatment.
The Bureau of Justice Assistance is currently seeking candidates for the following positions:
- Supervisory Grants Management Specialist: Apply by February 22, 2024
- Grants Management Specialist: Apply by February 26, 2024
- Grants Management Specialist (several openings and areas of focus): Apply by February 27, 2024
BJA has started releasing FY24 solicitations. See the Available Funding page to learn about current funding opportunities.
Watch this short video to learn about the different steps associated with submitting a funding application.
The Violent Crime Reduction Roadmap is a one-stop shop to assist local jurisdictions in developing, implementing, and evaluating strategies to prevent, intervene in, and respond to violent crime.
Providing support for community violence intervention programs that contribute to the reduction and prevention of future community-based violence is a priority for the Bureau of Justice Assistance and the Office of Justice Programs. Learn more in the latest issue of the Justice Matters newsletter.
The leading source of federal justice funding to state and local jurisdictions, JAG provides states, tribes, and local governments with critical funding to support a range of program areas.