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Technical Assistance Guide

    Guide to Training and Technical Assistance at OJP

    Technical Assistance and Training at OJP is the product of many conversations between the program offices and the field. A wide range of funding sources, types of services, and products are covered by this heading. No single source of information about training or technical assistance is available. Instead this page collects links to all the sources of training with a sprinkling of advice thrown in.

    Links to training and technical assistance

    The Justice System
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    Are you eligible for Technical Assistance or training?

    If you are an OJP grantee, first check with your program office. Most grant programs have provisions for Training and/or Technical Assistance.

    State and Local Training and Education Assistance Program is operated through the State Administrative Agencies for Byrne Formula Grant and Local Law Enforcement Block Grants Programs. This initiative provides training and educational assistance to criminal justice practitioners including training programs and funding, scholarships, and travel expenses. Contact the list of State Administrative Agency contacts.

    Several Topic areas have sites that focus on Training and Technical Assistance for that specialized field.

    Juvenile Justice practitioners from all areas of the system should visit the National Training and Technical Assistance Center (NTTAC) there they will find a Directory of Providers, a Guide to Accessing Training, and numerous other services for the practitioners who is seeking training and technical assistance.

    Law Enforcement practitioners should visit the BJA Law Enforcement Training Database which is a catalog of all federally funded and supported training available to state and local law enforcement officials. Each listing includes the training provider, a course description, eligibility criteria, and contact information.

    Training opportunities provided by the Bureau of Justice Assistance are part of a data base that covers only BJA funded Training. To find out what is available using VIC, please click on "Training" on the right and select a subject from the left column.

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