The Justice Department’s Office of Justice Programs Announced $87 Million in Funding to Combat Human Trafficking

The Justice Department’s Office of Justice Programs announced almost $87 million in funding to combat human trafficking, provide supportive services to trafficking victims throughout the United States and conduct research into the nature and causes of labor and sex trafficking. Read the full release:

Funding information and Guides.

News: Office of Justice Programs presents “Funding information and Guides.” Did you know the Office of Justice Programs (OJP) provides resources to help guide you through the grant application process? Visit the Funding Resource Center to view open opportunities, application guidance and post-award implementation instructions for grantees. Learn more at Read more…

Pathways to Desistance

News: National Institute of Justice presents “Pathways to Desistance From Crime Among Juveniles and Adults: Application to Criminal Justice Policy and Practice.” Although most adults who engage in criminal behavior also offended during adolescence, most juveniles who commit crime do not persist in crime in adulthood.  This white paper describes Read more…

National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUs) Funding

BJA News: On November 23, 2021, the Department of Justice announced their commitment to the National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUs) with $800,000 to increase the program’s capacity to provide outreach, support, and services to cases involving American Indian and Alaska Natives. Learn more at