This report presents summary descriptions of grant and resources programs administered by various agencies of the U.S. Justice Department for the benefit of U.S. tribal nations and tribal partners serving the security needs of American Indian and Alaska Native
The described resources are available through the U.S. Justice Department’s Office on Violence Against Women (OVW), Office of Justice Programs (OJP), and Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS). In this report, the grant programs and resources are profiled under the criminal justice fields of corrections; courts; crime prevention; drugs and substance abuse; justice system; juvenile justice; law enforcement; research, evaluation, and statistics; sex offenders; and victims of crime. A comprehensive directory of Department of Justice grant programs for which tribes are eligible to apply is available on the Justice Department’s Tribal Justice and Safety website.
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