The Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) Northern and Middle States Rural Law Enforcement Training and Technical Assistance Program is an innovative new initiative designed to provide resources to small, rural, and tribal law enforcement agencies located in the northern and middle states of the United States.
This program will support efforts in addressing precipitous increases of all types of crime unique to this region, to include human trafficking, sexual assault, extortion, gang activity, murder, drug trafficking, and other forms of violent crime.
Applications will be accepted until funding is no longer available.
The Northern and Middle States Rural Law Enforcement Assistance Program webpage provides additional information about this opportunity, program eligibility, how funds can be used, an online application, and more. Any questions about this opportunity should be directed to [email protected].