Tribal Justice and Safety Training and Technical Assistance



U.S. Department of Justice


Provides subject matter-based training and technical assistance designed for tribes to enhance their practical and specialized knowledge to implement and strengthen their tribal justice system initiatives and interventions.

What This Program Offers

Tribal Justice and Safety can provide technical assistance on the following topics:

  • Indian alcohol and substance use disorder (SUD)
  • Law enforcement
  • Tribal courts
  • Tribal civil and criminal legal assistance
  • Corrections, alternative to incarceration, and reentry
  • Juvenile delinquency and juvenile justice
  • Victim services
  • Intergovernmental collaboration
  • Information sharing
  • Sex offender registration and notification act
  • Domestic and sexual violence crimes
  • Grants and financial training regarding grant application process, grant management, and financial management

Who Can Receive Services from This Program

Tribal governments and tribal justice agencies are eligible to receive assistance.

Geographic Coverage



To request assistance contact the appropriate tribal training and technical assistance provider on the program website.

Topics This Program Addresses

American Indians, Alaska Natives, and Native Hawaiians • Community Supervision • Crime Reduction • Justice System • Substance Use Disorder • Violence, Trauma, and Abuse