Training and Technical Assistance
CNA works directly with justice agencies to develop and implement customized, evidence-based training and technical assistance (TTA) that improves performance, and maximizes impact. Our diverse and experienced team of analysts, practitioners, and subject matter experts manage and support a wide range of TTA—from targeted assistance for individual agencies to complex national TTA initiatives that promote sharing of best practices broadly. We deliver TTA in many formats: curriculum development, facilitation and training, distance learning, conferences and workshops, publications, field-based assistance, peer learning, capacity assessments, on-site assistance by subject matter experts, program evaluation, online tools, and websites.
Training Delivery and Curriculum Development
Our team has the curriculum development knowledge and experience needed to execute programs at a high level.
EFFECTIVE COMMUNITY RESPONSES TO MENTAL HEALTH CRISIS
CNA developed the Bureau of Justice Assistance’s Effective Community Responses to Mental Health Crises curriculum, a course that emphasizes creating problem-solving relationships between police and mental health partners.
Project Safe Neighborhood Training and Technical Assistance
CNA supports Project Safe Neighborhoods, a nationwide initiative that brings together federal, state, local, and tribal law enforcement officials, prosecutors and community leaders to identify the most pressing violent crime problems in a community and develop comprehensive solutions to address them.
National Public Safety Partnership
CNA joins the National Public Safety Partnership in enhancing public safety through an innovative framework for law enforcement and prosecution authorities.
CNA PROGRAMS PROVIDING TRAINING AND TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE
Conferences & Workshops
CNA designs, plans, facilitates, and provides subject matter expertise for national meetings in person and virtually for numerous training and technical assistance initiatives, such as Body-Worn Camera TTA, the Smart Policing Initiative, the National Public Safety Partnership, and Project Safe Neighborhoods.