Through various funding opportunities, research, programs, and more, the Office of Justice Programs (OJP) is working to provide critical information and resources to support tribal communities and justice systems.
- See Current Funding Opportunities to learn about available funding from the OJP program offices related to this and other topics.
- Visit the Department of Justice's Coordinated Tribal Assistance Solicitation (CTAS) webpage to learn about that opportunity.
- Access the OJP Award Data page for details about grants awarded by OJP.
- Sign up for Funding News for weekly funding announcements and tips.
Programs & initiatives
Following are examples of programs and initiatives from OJP and the OJP program offices related to this topic:
- Justice Programs Council on Native American Affairs (JPCNAA)
- Indian Tribes, Nations and Pueblos Implementing the Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act (SORNA)
- Tribal Access Program for National Crime Information (TAP)
- Tribal Civil and Criminal Legal Assistance (TCCLA) Program
- Tribal Youth Programs and Services
Also see the CrimeSolutions website for ratings of related programs. And, see the Tribal Crime and Justice section of the Bureau of Justice Statistics website for data.
Training & Technical Assistance
Visit the following sites to learn about training and technical assistance services from and supported by OJP program offices:
Visit the Department of Justice (DOJ) Tribal Justice and Safety website for additional information and resources.
Also see the DOJ Tribal Justice, Safety, and Wellness Resources fact sheet for an overview of tribal grant programs.
Frequently Asked Questions
Visit the American Indian & Alaska Native Victim Services Resources section of the Office for Victims of Crime website for information specific to American Indian crime victims and service providers. Also see the Tribal Justice section of our site for additional information and resources.
Information on tribal justice is available on the Department of Justice's Tribal Justice and Safety and Office of Tribal Justice websites. Visit the Tribal Justice topic page for additional information and resources from the Office of Justice Programs.