Dec

16

Archived Webinar: Strengthening the Court Systems: Understanding State and Federal Resources

Hosted by the National Criminal Justice Association 

With tight state budgets, court systems are increasingly looking outside of traditional legislative appropriations for funding and resources. This webinar highlights grant opportunities available through State Administering Agencies (SAAs) and various federal partners, as well as opportunities for federally funded training and technical assistance. In addition, it discusses how court administrators can engage with and stay informed about funding opportunities. Finally, it provides an overview of the process for applying for grant funds…

Past Event
December 16, 2014, 8:00 am

Hosted by the National Criminal Justice Association 

With tight state budgets, court systems are increasingly looking outside of traditional legislative appropriations for funding and resources. This webinar highlights grant opportunities available through State Administering Agencies (SAAs) and various federal partners, as well as opportunities for federally funded training and technical assistance. In addition, it discusses how court administrators can engage with and stay informed about funding opportunities. Finally, it provides an overview of the process for applying for grant funds and showcases strategies for integrating court functions into criminal justice resource planning.

To access the webinar, click here.

Presenters

  • Brooke Marshall, Executive Director, Montana Board of Crime Control
  • Bradley D. Fowler, Planning and Organizational Development Officer, North Carolina Administrative Office of the Court
  • Hon. Dina E. Fein, First Justice, Springfield, MA
  • Michael Coelho, Assistance Secretary for Policy and Planning, Massachusetts Executive Office of Public Safety and Security
  • Jonathan Faley, Associate Deputy Director, Bureau of Justice Assistance, U.S. Department of Justice
  • Karen Lash, Senior Counsel, Access to Justice Initiative
  • Honorable Dina E. Fein, First Justice, Western Division of the Massachusetts Housing Court 

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