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National Public Safety Partnership

Overview

Coordinated by the Bureau of Justice Assistance, the U.S. Department of Justice's (DOJ's) National Public Safety Partnership (PSP) was launched to help communities suffering from serious violent crime problems to build up their capacity to fight crime.

Now Accepting Applications

DOJ is now accepting applications from those interested in participating in PSP efforts. Interested jurisdictions should complete the Training and Technical Assistance Request Form and Statement of Interest by 11:59 p.m. ET, on Friday, July 1, 2022.

Learn More and Apply

Sites

On October 6, 2021, the Department of Justice announced the addition of 10 new PSP sites that will work to reduce violence in areas with elevated crime rates. This brings the total number of jurisdictions that participate in PSP to 50. 

Read the press release and visit the PSP Sites page to learn more about the sites.

Success Stories

The Success Stories page captures information about how different areas around the country have been positively impacted through participation as a PSP site.

Learn More

To learn more about this initiative, visit the main National Public Safety Partnership website where you can access information about the individual PSP sites and view additional resources.

Date Modified: May 17, 2022
Date Created: October 20, 2014