March 18, 2019
Categories: Native Americans

Hosted by the U.S. Department of Justice’s Bureau of Justice Assistance

Date: Tuesday, March 26
Time: 12 p.m. ET

Register for the call.

The Virtual Tribal Listening Session, hosted by the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA), will gather the views of tribal stakeholders in order to inform the federal-tribal partnership and grant-making priorities. During this session, BJA will consult closely with tribal stakeholders in determining how BJA tribal assistance funds will be awarded for comprehensive justice system planning; tribal justice facilities; court system enhancements; alcohol and substance abuse programs; civil and criminal legal assistance; alternatives to incarceration; addressing violent crime in tribal communities; and other priorities. By identifying and clarifying those priorities, the session will result in more efficient delivery of needed grant funding, and, in turn, enhanced safety and security in Indian Country.

Stakeholders invited to participate include tribal leaders, tribal justice practitioners, grantees, evaluators/researchers, statisticians, tribal organizations, nonprofit organizations working on tribal issues, and representatives of tribal, federal, state, and local governments working on public safety in Indian Country, tribal communities, or native villages.

This session is closed to the press.

If you have any specific requests or questions, please send an email to BJA at

Source: JusticeCenter