Bureau of Justice Assistance

The Department of Justice will fund programs that enhance the tribal court system. Applicants can choose from three categories of funding: tribal civil legal assistance, tribal criminal legal assistance, and tribal justice training and technical assistance.
The Department of Labor's Bureau of Justice Assistance has funding available for programs that will mentor adults and juveniles who are reentering the community after being incarcerated. Learn more about this opportunity (PDF, 287KB).
The Bureau of Justice Assistance will fund demonstration projects aimed at preventing rape in prisons. The demonstration program will provide resources to meet the requirements of Prison Rape Elimination Act standards in juvenile correction facilities, local juvenile detention facilities, adult jails and lock-ups, and Tribal facilities. Applicants must be units of state government, but it is...
The goal of this demonstration project will be to increase the employability of former offenders in technology careers. Grantees will launch programs to train incarcerated adults and youth during the three years before their release from prison, jail or a juvenile facility. Request for proposal (PDF, 150KB)
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