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Tribal Access Program for National Crime Information Application Webinar

Event Dates
Eastern
Location
Online

The Department of Justice recently announced the opening of the application period for its Tribal Access Program (TAP) for National Crime Information. Federally recognized tribes are eligible to apply.  

The Department is accepting TAP applications through August 31, 2021.

This program allows select federally recognized tribes access to criminal justice databases and provides technology and training to protect tribal communities more effectively. 

Webinars will be held in July and August to provide an overview of the TAP program and how it can benefit criminal justice agencies and other related agencies with enhancing tribal public safety. 

Who should attend: 
Anyone interested in learning about TAP who will decide whether their tribe should submit an application. This includes decision-makers such as tribal police chiefs, judges, court administrators, sex offender registry managers, social service directors, and senior executive tribal government leaders. 

Those interested in attending must send an email to [email protected] to let them know which webinar they are interested in attending. 

Date Created: July 2, 2021