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Justice For Vets is a national training and techinical assistance provider for the Bureau of Justice Assistance within the Office of Justice Programs at the U.S. Department of Justice.
To participate in our Implementation Training, each community must identify ten individuals representing the following disciplines to form a planning team:
- Defense counsel
- Community treatment provider
- Treatment court coordinator
- Community supervision representative
- Law enforcement
- Veterans Justice Outreach coordinator
- Mentor coordinator
BJA's investment in this training initiative is dependent upon active participation of all approved team members. In addition to completing the pre-training webinars, all required team members must attend the entire 3-day training program, and must work with project staff throughout the planning process to complete a number of pre- and post-training activities at their home jurisdiction. Upon acceptance into the training program, each participating team member must commit to the following:
- Attend a 3-day training session
- Actively participate in all discussions and training breakouts
- Identify an appropriate substitute if the need arises
- Complete all homework assignments and webinars
- Respond to all requests for information
- Sign a letter of commitment
In addition, the coordinator must serve as the team point of contact for the training. The coordinator will ensure all relevant information is disseminated to team members in a timely fashion, respond to requests for information, and coordinate with all Justice For Vets staff and faculty.
How to Apply
Using the application link, enter the NADCP application portal. If this is your first application in the portal, click need a username and follow the instructions to set up your account. Once your account is set up, log in to the portal to submit the selected application.
Using the portal allows you to save your application and return to it later. You can also view all previous application submissions.
Contact David Pelletier, Justice For Vets Project Director