Improving Criminal Justice Responses OVW Grant

BWJP serves as the Comprehensive Technical Assistance (TA) Provider for the DoJ/Office on Violence Against Women’s Improving Criminal Justice Responses to Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence, Dating Violence, and Stalking Grant (Improving Criminal Justice Responses) Program. (Formerly "Arrest")

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National Resource Center on Domestic Violence and Firearms

The National Resource Center on Domestic Violence and Firearms and the Safer Families, Safer Communities Project, work to prevent domestic violence-related homicides involving firearms by promoting and supporting the effective implementation and enforcement of federal, state and tribal firearm prohibitions in domestic violence, dating violence and stalking cases.

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Intimate Partner Violence Intervention

BWJP, in partnership with the National Network for Safe Communities at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, is embarking on a new, OVW-funded special project involving new strategies to respond to intimate partner violence (IPV), specifically the implementation of the Intimate Partner Violence Intervention (IPVI).

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Military & Veterans Advocacy Program

Providing training and technical assistance on military-related intimate partner violence and military sexual assault

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SAFeR

SAFeR promotes domestic violence-informed decision-making in family law matters.

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Probation Training and Technical Assistance Project

BWJP works to enhance the probation response to IPV through targeted training and technical assistance with an experienced probation officer.

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National Center on Protection Orders and Full Faith & Credit

NCPOFFC promotes procedures for the issuance, service and enforcement of protection orders that effectively respond to the needs of victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking.

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FVSPA: Special Interest Resource Center

BWJP has served as the national resource center on civil and criminal justice responses to domestic violence since 1993, when funding to set up the center was granted from the Family Violence Prevention and Services Act Program of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

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