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Congressional Affairs, Funding, and Legislation
In the Congressional Affairs section, we provide a wealth of information about the congressional appropriations process, legislation NCJA is monitoring, a toolkit for engaging with your congressional delegations, template letters for you and your stakeholders to use, and examples of past NCJA and grantee letters. We hope these resources will be helpful to you as you educate members of Congress, other policymakers, and your stakeholder community about the impact of the federal justice assistance programs in your communities.
In this section you will also find the Justice Assistance Table, which tracks funding for the state and local justice assistance, homeland security, and substance abuse treatment grant programs, and the Status of Pending Legislation chart, which tracks bills moving through Congress that impact state, local and tribal criminal justice policy. Organized by topic, the chart includes appropriations bills and legislation on general justice assistance, victims issues, juvenile delinquency and gang prevention, law enforcement, courts, sentencing and prison reform, corrections and reentry, and homeland security.
NCJA's weekly online newsletter, Justice Bulletin, provides weekly coverage of issues and developments affecting state and local criminal justice and is provided as a membership benefit. The Justice Bulletin archive is organized in chronological order.
Promising Practices Series
The NCJA Promising Practices Series seeks to take a closer look behind promising practices from across the criminal justice arena. By examining not only how programs, technologies and initiatives were created but also how they have succeeded, we hope to provide readers with a more in-depth understanding of how communities are using innovation to address identified needs. The series is updated monthly and published every second week of the month in the Justice Bulletin.
Connect2Justice (C2J) is an online community where NCJA members and employees of member agencies can ask questions, share ideas, and network with colleagues. You will also find a regularly-updated library of criminal justice-related funding and a calendar of events for justice professionals hosted around the country. The C2J website contains discussion forums, shared libraries, an events calendars, a searchable member directory, and a library of funding solicitations (see information about Connect2Grants below). Note: your login for the Connect2Justice website is the same as your NCJA login.
Connect2Grants is a resource for NCJA members to search criminal justice-related funding opportunities. Funding announcements in the library are organized by topic, including behavioral health; corrections, probation and supervision; courts, prosecution and defense; data management and information sharing; domestic violence, human trafficking; juvenile justice; law enforcement; LGBTQ issues; reentry; research; sex crimes; substance abuse; tribal issues; veterans and victims. A summary of new additions to the library are announced each Wednesday on the C2J Open Forum discussion board on the Connect2Justice (C2J) website Note: your login for the Connect2Justice website is the same as your NCJA login.