Other Funding Opportunities
- The Office of Justice Programs (OJP) provides grants for the implementation of crime-fighting strategies.
- www.grants.gov houses information on over 1000 grant programs/policies, and provides a centralized location to search and apply for federal funding opportunities.
- Police Grants Help features the most extensive grant database available, with information on a wide range of available federal, state, local, and corporate funding opportunities.
- The NCJA Center for Justice Planning (NCJP) is a resource for planners at all levels of government and in all agencies and organizations responsible for developing strategies for delivering justice.
- Paul Coverdell Forensic Science Improvement Grants Program
- DNA Capacity Enhancement and Backlog Reduction (CEBR) Program
- Justice Assistance Grant (JG) Grand Funding Program
- Police 1 Understanding and Using JAG Preparation Tools & Resources
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Project Safe Neighborhoods (PSN)
Project Safe Neighborhoods (PSN) is a federal program led by the US Attorney’s Office in the 94 districts funded by the US Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance (USDOJ/BJA). PSN is designed to create and foster safer neighborhoods in each USAO district. Each district is required to establish a PSN Task Force to foster partnerships among local, state, tribal, and federal law enforcement agencies-and the communities they serve. To participate in a PSN Task Force, contact the US Attorney’s Office in your district. Funding is available to local agencies through the PSN fiscal agent. Find your district here.
American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA)
States, territories, local governments and tribes are receiving $350 billion in American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding over the next two years. ARPA funds are currently available to jurisdictions and spending plans are already being developed. Under the US Treasury Final Rule, the guidance States that in communities where an increase in violence or increased difficulty in accessing or providing services to respond to or mitigate the effects of violence as a result of the pandemic, spending may include:
Investing in technology and equipment to allow law enforcement to more efficiently and effectively respond to the rise in gun violence resulting from the pandemic.
Agencies are encouraged to consider using ARPA funding to support implementing a preventive crime gun strategy, including the purchase of IBIS BRASSTRAX/BULLETTRAX, Quantum 3D Microscope and/or Projectina comparison or stereozoom microscopes.
Learn how to find and submit successful grant applications to support your agency’s firearm violence reduction programs and strategies. Facilitated by the grant writing and law enforcement experts, this webinar provides valuable resources on: – Identifying funding opportunities – Preparing the narrative – Go-by’s to guide you and other best-pratices