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BJABureau of Justice Assistance (US Department of Justice)
BJABritish Journal of Anaesthesia
BJABritish Judo Association
BJABob Jones Academy (Greenville, SC)
BJABritish Jewellers' Association
BJABillie Joe Armstrong (lead singer of Green Day)
BJABritish Journal of Aesthetics
BJABelgium-Japan Association
BJABritish Journal of Addiction
BJABoard for Judicial Administration (Washington)
BJABrigade Judge Advocate
BJABob Jones Auditorium (Redstone Arsenal; Alabama)
BJABaxter & Jacobson Architects (Australia)
BJABijoux Jungblut Avocats (French law firm)
BJABurlap and Jute Association (Dayton, OH)
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C.: American Correctional Association and Bureau of Justice Assistance. Retrieved from www.aca.org/ACA_Prod_ IMIS/DOCS/OCHC/HealthCareReform.pdf
The Bureau of Justice Assistance has partnered with Brandeis to study the implementation of these programs, according to the sheriff's office, "to ensure the most effective use of taxpayer dollars as well as their efficacy and outcomes.''
NDAA met separately with the acting director and staff in the Office on Violence Against Women (OVW), the director of the Office for Victims of Crime (OVC), the administrator of the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP), the director of the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA), the director and deputy director of the Sex Offender Sentencing, Monitoring, Apprehending, Registering and Tracking (SMART) Office, and Assistant Attorney General Karol Mason to learn more about each office's initiatives and priorities, discuss NDAA priorities, and discuss potential ways to partner and engage with the Department of Justice in the future.
Department of Justice's Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) that examined the leadership issues police agencies are dealing with.
According to the Bureau of Justice Assistance, each state and jurisdiction has different training requirements.
And, sure enough, despite many promises that prison privatisation will lead to big cost savings, such savings - as a comprehensive study by the Bureau of Justice Assistance, part of the US Department of Justice, concluded - "have simply not materialised." To the extent that private prison operators do manage to save money, they do so through "reductions in staffing patterns, fringe benefits, and other labour-related costs." So let's see: Privatised prisons save money by employing fewer guards and other workers, and by paying them badly.
The Bureau of Justice Assistance has sponsored Reentry Housing Options: The Policymakers' Guide to provide practical steps that lawmakers and others can take to increase public safety through better access to affordable housing for individuals released to the community.
Recommendation: Recognizing that DOJ is already engaged in efforts to refine its Recovery Act JAG performance measures in the Performance Measurement Tool (PMT), and to better monitor Recovery Act JAG program performance and demonstrate results through use of this instrument, the Acting Director of the Bureau of Justice Assistance should, in revising the department's Recovery Act JAG performance measures, consider, as appropriate, key attributes of successful performance measurement systems, such as clarity, reliability, linkage, objectivity, and measurable targets.
The committee also heard from Robert Riegle, director, state and local government program office, Office of Intelligence and Analysis, U.S Department of Homeland Security, and David E Lewis, senior policy advisor, Bureau of Justice Assistance, U.S.
Herraiz most recently served as the US Senate-confirmed director of the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA), leading the DOJ's largest funding and policy unit for state, local and tribal criminal justice issues.
Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance, provided an excellent overview of the Regional Information Sharing Systems Program, the Dru Sjodin National Sex Offender Public Website, and fusion centers for the National Criminal Intelligence Resource Center.
Department of Justice's Bureau of Justice Assistance, two faculty members will conduct digital investigations and teach local cops and detectives how to better fight cybercrime.
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