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Tribal Community Corrections

Enhance your skill set, knowledge base, officer safety practices and level of professionalism when you attend one of the tribal probation training and technical assistance courses offered through NCJTC. Since 2009, tribal probation professionals have participated in our highly evaluated Basic Tribal Probation Academy (three-week course) and Defensive Tactics Training for Tribal Probation Officers. In addition, a variety of training and technical assistance opportunities are available covering specialized topics and offender populations. The National Criminal Justice Training Center (NCJTC) of Fox Valley Technical College is proud to be a tribal community corrections training and technical assistance (TTA) provider funded through the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA), U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) Tribal Justice Capacity Building Training and Technical Assistance Program.



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Tribal Probation Academy Promo Video

Select interviews from Tribal Probation Academy participants proclaiming the value of the training they receive at NCJTC Tribal Probation Academy and the need for such training.

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