Membership

The NCJA represents state, tribal and local governments on crime control and crime prevention issues.

Membership

NCJA members receive news and updates about federal activity; funding opportunities; innovative and promising policies and practices; discounted registration for our annual conference, and so much more. 

Renewing Your Membership

Accessing your invoice. Membership invoices are available online. To access your invoice:

  • Login here (will open in a new window).
  • Once logged in, click on the My Account tab in the menu on the left.
  • Click My Transactions in the pop up menu.
  • Select Open Orders and Invoices.
  • Click the Pay Open Orders button.

Paying your invoice. Invoices may be paid online, by mailing your printed invoice and check, or by calling our office at (202) 628-8550. If mailing your invoice, send to: The National Criminal Justice Association, 720 7th Street, NW Third Floor, Washington, DC 20001.

Purchasing a New Membership

Click a membership category below to view benefits, eligibility, fees, and links to purchase membership.

Individual Membership

Eligibility: Open to any criminal justice or juvenile justice practitioner.

Benefits:

  • A subscription to Justice Bulletin, NCJA's online weekly newsletter;
  • Access to Connect2Grants, NCJA regularly-updated library of justice funding opportunities;
  • Access to the Members Only section of the NCJA website;
  • Access to Connect2Justice, NCJA's online member community;
  • Free registration for NCJA Members Only webinars;
  • Conference and training discounts;
  • Opportunities to participate in elections for NCJA Advisory Council regional representatives; and
  • Opportunities to actively shape the justice system through association activities and communities involvement.

Individual memberships are $95/year.