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Welcome to the Members Only section of the NCJA website.

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In this section, members will be able to view and edit their profiles, search member directories for both individual and organizational members, renew their dues, and view their financial transactions, including event registrations.

Members will also find in this section links to current and past issues of NCJA’s publications the Justice Bulletin and Beltway Short Takes. The Justice Bulletin is sent to members weekly and features government affairs news, promising practices, new research and other news of interest. Beltway Short Takes is a biweekly email containing links to grant opportunities that are of interest to the criminal justice community.

Through its government affairs work NCJA tracks numerous pieces of legislation that impact our members. Our Justice Assistance Table provides an exhaustive and comprehensive listing of Justice Assistance and Homeland Security appropriations broken down by program and fiscal year. Our Status of Legislation Table tracks bills as they work their way through the Congressional approval process. Finally, our Advocacy Checklist is a step-by-step resource guide to working with Congress.

The NCJA Promising Practice Series highlights innovative evidence-based programs that are in use across the country. Featured programs cover a variety of issues including: Alternatives to Incarceration; Evidence Based Policy & Practices; Gangs; Information Sharing; Juveniles; NCJA Award Winners; Reentry; Substance Abuse and Mental Health; Taskforce Best Practices; and Violence Prevention.