The National Judicial College is the BJA-designated Consolidated Tribal Assistance Solicitation (CTAS) Purpose Area 3 training and technical assistance provider. CTAS PA3 tribal grantees seeking Training and Technical Assistance (TTA) for justice system support will be assisted by the National Tribal Judicial Center at the NJC in conjunction with our partners, the Tribal Judicial Institute (TJI) at the University of North Dakota as well as the Center for Court Innovation (CCI) Tribal Justice Exchange.
The goal of NTJC, TJI and CCI is to provide training and technical assistance to tribal justice systems that is customized to be responsive to each tribal community’s unique concepts of Native justice and that includes the hands-on experience of our collective staffs comprised of current and former tribal court judges, prosecutors, defenders and court administrators. We can even facilitate peer-to-peer interactions with other successful tribal justice systems. We also maintain a cadre of tribal justice subject matter experts we can utilize to assist any tribal justice system, CTAS grantees or non-grantees, with enhancing or expanding their capacities.
When you are ready to contact us about your justice system assistance needs, download and submit the TTA request form. We look forward to working with you soon!
Download the TTA Request Form
Requests for additional information and questions regarding TTA can be sent to the NTJC at email@example.com.
National Judicial College National Tribal Judicial Center Jan Morris, Director (775) 327-8221 firstname.lastname@example.org https://www.judges.org/ntjc/