High Performance Prosecution Project

The High Performance Prosecution Program (HPP) is a Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) national training and technical assistance program that provides support to prosecutors nationwide on implementing the four key components of the HPP model:

  1. Implementing community prosecution
  2. Harnessing science and technology
  3. Implementing information sharing
  4. Employing outcome evaluation

It does so by hosting national trainings such as the National Prosecution Summit and the Innovations in Criminal Justice Summit; offering intensive onsite training and technical assistance upon request; producing webinars, publications, and electronic newsletters; maintaining a HPP Mentor Network that encourages peer-to-peer learning; and supporting a prosecution listserv.