U.S. Department of Justice Office of Justice Programs
  • Record of Progress and Roadmap for the Future

    The Federal Interagency Reentry Council provides an overview of its accomplishments and charts a course for implementing policy changes and ensuring the council's efforts continue to guide the reentry field.

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  • Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention

    Data Reflect Changing Nature of Facility Populations, Characteristics, and Practices

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  • We at the Office of Justice Programs offer our condolences to the families, friends and colleagues of the brave law enforcement officers killed in Dallas and Baton Rouge.

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Federal-State-Local Cooperation in Animal Welfare Enforcement

"We feel safer if they are safe." This was a sentiment voiced during a recent roundtable discussion on Animal Welfare Enforcement that the Environment and Natural Resources Division (ENRD) and Office of Justice Programs hosted at the Justice Department. arrow indicating more information available

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Attorney General Loretta E. Lynch Delivers Remarks in Orlando

The Attorney General announces funding from OJP's Office for Victims of Crime and Bureau of Justice Assistance to support Orlando victims and responders. arrow indicating more information available

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Attorney General Loretta E. Lynch Delivers Remarks at National Law Enforcement Conference on Child Exploitation

In 2015 alone, 61 coordinated ICAC task forces representing more than 3,500 federal, state and local law enforcement and prosecutorial agencies conducted more than 54,000 investigations that resulted in the arrest of more than 8,500 individuals. arrow indicating more information available

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Working Together to Prevent Cycles of Harm blog from Department of Justice Second Chance Fellow Daryl Atkinson

Americans are conditioned to view victims and incarcerated people as two separate if not mutually exclusive categories. As two attorneys privileged to work on the front lines of criminal justice policy reform, each in fellowships designed to build bridges and elevate the voices of impacted communities, we understand the need to address these oversimplified notions. arrow indicating more information available

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