Jails and Justice Support Center Now Available
BJA Director Karhlton F. Moore was joined by other Department of Justice officials, sheriffs, jail leaders, association partners, and advocates from across the country to launch the Jails and Justice Support Center (JJSC), which assists jails in creating safe, humane, and effective environments for incarcerated individuals, staff, and visitors. Learn more:
Restorative justice repairs harm by creating an opportunity for community and individual engagement, recognizing that causing harm gives rise to obligations to make amends. Learn more in the latest issue of Justice Matters.
Throughout the month, BJA celebrates the rich cultures, traditions, and contributions of Native Americans to our nation's history. Access our tribal resources to see the work we're doing with and to support tribes.
Listen to Ernie Cato and Eddie Bocanegra in the latest Justice Today podcast episode as they discuss their pioneering work in the field of Community Violence Intervention.
This BJA and Office of Community Oriented Policing Services report offers recommendations for law enforcement agencies facing recruitment and retention challenges.
Learn how support through BJA's Adult Treatment Court Program is making an impact in Will County, Illinois.
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.
Watch this short video to learn about the different steps associated with submitting an application for BJA funding.