The National Criminal Justice Association represents state, local and tribal governments on crime control and crime prevention issues. Our members represent all facets of the criminal and juvenile justice community.
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ConnectGrants, a regularly updated library of funding solicitations, is available exclusively for NCJA members.
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News and Updates
Nominate an Outstanding Criminal Justice Program
NCJA will honor programs that showcase successful promising practices in criminal justice. Submit nominations by March 29.
Grants Management TTA for State and Local Agencies
Our training and technical assistance covers all areas of grants management and administration and can be tailored to meet your jurisdiction's needs.
Regional Strategic Planning Training to Be Held in March
The NCJA is holding a series of regional training sessions to help SAAs meet the new strategic planning requirements that will be part of the FY19 JAG applications.
How Do States Invest Byrne JAG Grant Dollars?
Check out our new state and topical one-pagers detailing Byrne JAG spending as well as our new database of promising JAG-funded programs.
Connect2Justice is an online community for members to ask questions, share ideas, network with colleagues, and browse funding opportunities.
The 2019 Forum will be held Sept. 15-18 at the Hyatt Regency Crystal City in Arlington, VA and focus on using policy and research to implement reform.
Find contact information for the director, JAG contact, and SAC director for state administering agencies in all 50 states and territories and Washington, DC.