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:
- Implementing community prosecution
- Harnessing science and technology
- Implementing information sharing
- 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.