Sex Offender Management Fellowship Program
Sex Offender Management Fellowship Program-Specific Information The SMART Office will be funding two fellowship positions. One will focus on sexual violence prevention and education programming, and the other will focus on sex offender management programs in Indian Country, with an emphasis on the availability and nature of juvenile and adult sex offender treatment and re-entry services in Indian Country. The goal of these fellowships will be to work on multi-disciplinary issues across the various program offices in the Office of Justice Programs (Office of Victims of Crime, the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, the Bureau of Justice Assistance, the National Institute of Justice, and the Bureau of Justice Statistics) as well as with the Office on Violence Against Women and other federal partners, to explore and build a foundation for integrating effective prevention and education programming into sex offender management practices and policies, and to determine the current state of sex offender management programming in Indian Country, including the availability and nature of juvenile and adult sex offender treatment and re-entry services for tribal communities. These fellowship positions will be expected to coordinate with the SMART Office staff and other DOJ/OJP offices.
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