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Publications

Sharing Ideas & Resources to Keep Our Nation's Schools Safe
National Institute of Justice-Sponsored, October 2013

Drug Endangered Children: Guide for Law Enforcement
Office of Community Oriented Policing Services, April 2013

BJA's Active Shooter Response Training Initiative
Bureau of Justice Assistance, 2013

Tribal Crime Data Reporting: A Step-By-Step Guide for Native American Tribes to Begin Sharing Crime Data Statistics Using UCR
Bureau of Justice Assistance-Sponsored, 2012

Service, Support & Justice: Law Enforcement Response to Crime Victims (DVD)
Office for Victims of Crime, February 2012

Law Enforcement Guidelines for First Amendment-Protected Events
Bureau of Justice Assistance-Sponsored, December 2011

Serving Survivors of Homicide Victims During Cold Case Investigations: A Guide for Developing a Law Enforcement Protocol
Office for Victims of Crime-Sponsored

Death Investigation: A Guide for the Scene Investigator (Technical Update)
National Institute of Justice, June 2011

Responding to Elder Abuse: What Law Enforcement Should Know (DVD)
Office for Victims of Crime, August 2010

Electronic Crime Scene Investigation: An On-the-Scene Reference for First Responders
National Institute of Justice, November 2009

One Week in Heron City: A Case Study (Case A | Case B)
National Institute of Justice, September 2009

Problem-Oriented Guides for Police (CD-ROM)
Office of Community Oriented Policing Services, August 2009

Solutions to Address Gang Crime (CD-ROM)
Office of Community Oriented Policing Services, August 2009

Victim Services in Rural Law Enforcement
Office for Victims of Crime, April 2009

State and Local Law Enforcement Training Academies, 2006
Bureau of Justice Statistics, February 2009

First Response to Victims of Crime (DVD)
Office for Victims of Crime, April 2008

First Response to Victims of Crime: A Guidebook for Law Enforcement Officers
Office for Victims of Crime, April 2008

Improving Responses to People With Mental Illnesses: Strategies for Effective Law Enforcement Training
Bureau of Justice Assistance-Sponsored, 2008

Interoperable Communications Training and Exercises: Creating Processes, Tools, and Techniques
Office of Community Oriented Policing Services, May 2007

Crime Scene Investigation: A Reference for Law Enforcement Training
National Institute of Justice, June 2004

Espanol for Law Enforcement: An Interactive Training Tool
National Institute of Justice, February 2004

Evaluation of a Mobile Simulation Training Technology -- PRISim
National Institute of Justice-Sponsored, May 2003

Eyewitness Evidence: A Trainer's Manual for Law Enforcement
National Institute of Justice, September 2003

National Assessment of Technology and Training for Small and Rural Law Enforcement Agencies (NATTS): A Descriptive Analysis
National Institute of Justice-Sponsored, December 2002

Collaborative Effort and the Effectiveness of Law Enforcement Training Toward Resolving Domestic Violence
National Institute of Justice-Sponsored, January 2002

What Every Law Enforcement Officer Should Know About DNA Evidence
National Institute of Justice, September 1999

Related Resources

Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA): Events
The Events section of the BJA site provides information about conferences and trainings for law enforcement and other justice professionals.

Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC)
FLETC serves as an interagency law enforcement training organization for more than 80 Federal agencies. In addition to serving Federal agencies, FLETC's Office of State and Local Training provides training to state, local, campus, and tribal law enforcement agencies.

National Institute of Justice (NIJ)
NIJ is the research, development and evaluation agency of the U.S. Department of Justice. Contained on the NIJ Web site is a listing of online as well as in-person training opportunities for law enforcement personnel.

VALOR for Blue
Supported by the Bureau of Justice Assistance, VALOR is designed to help prevent violence against law enforcement officers and ensure officer resilience and survivability following violent encounters during the course of their duties. As part of its efforts, VALOR provides critical nationwide training and technical assistance to sworn state, local, and tribal law enforcement officers through a variety of delivery mechanisms.

For additional publications and related information, see the Law Enforcement: Training section of our site or conduct a search of the NCJRS Abstracts Database.

Links from the NCJRS Web site to non-Federal sites do not constitute an endorsement by NCJRS or its sponsors. NCJRS is not responsible for the content or privacy policy of any off-site pages that are referenced, nor does NCJRS guarantee the accuracy, completeness, timeliness, or correct sequencing of information. NCJRS is also not responsible for the use of, or results obtained from the use of, the information. It is the responsibility of the user to evaluate the content and usefulness of information obtained from non-Federal sites.