The grants below have been awarded to one of the cities or counties we are currently tracking in this database. It is not a complete list of all grants awarded from this assistance program, which may include additional cities, counties, or other jurisdictions and/or grants not awarded to law enforcement agencies.

We do not recommend aggregating the amounts shown here, as these grants may include both prime and sub grants. Totaling the grant amount here would result in some funding being double-counted – for example, if a county received a grant and subsequently made a sub-grant to a city within the county.

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Tucson, Arizona CITY OF TUCSON
WITH GUN RELATED CRIME RATES INCREASING IN TUCSON, ARIZONA OVER THE PAST FEW YEARS, THE TUCSON POLICE DEPARTMENT (TPD) IS COMMITTED TO THE ADVANCEMENT OF TECHNOLOGICAL INTERVENTIONS TO COMBAT THIS GROWING PROBLEM. ONE-THIRD OF GUN-RELATED CRIME (GRC) CASES WITHIN TPD GO UNASSIGNED DUE TO A LACK OF SUFFICIENT INVESTIGATIVE INFORMATION, AND THIS NUMBER IS INCREASING. THE NEED TO SOLVE CASES MORE EFFECTIVELY IS PRESSING IN THE CONTEXT OF EQUITY AND EQUAL ACCESS TO JUSTICE AS VIOLENCE IN TUCSON DISPROPORTIONATELY IMPACTS COMMUNITIES OF COLOR. TPD AIMS TO ADOPT INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGY TO TACKLE THE ESCALATING RATES OF GRC AND ENHANCE THE EFFECTIVENESS OF INVESTIGATIONS. TPD IS SEEKING TO USE CUTTING-EDGE, NON-RELATIONAL DATABASES TO CONNECT PEOPLE, PLACES, AND SOCIETAL PROBLEMS ACROSS LATENT NETWORKS AND STRATEGICALLY DEPLOY INVESTIGATIVE RESOURCES TO DISRUPT THE MOST AT-RISK CONNECTIONS. TPD'S OBJECTIVE IS TO ENHANCE ITS SOCIAL NETWORK ANALYSIS AND NATURAL LANGUAGE PROCESSING CAPABILITY BY INTEGRATING BOTH VECTOR AND GRAPH DATABASES, THEREBY IDENTIFYING CASE-RELEVANT INFORMATION THAT WOULD HAVE OTHERWISE GONE UNNOTICED. THE PROJECT WILL SPAN THREE YEARS AND HAVE THREE MAIN GOALS. FIRST, IT WILL TEST THE UTILITY OF NEW TECHNOLOGIES TO CONNECT UNSTRUCTURED AND DISPARATE CRIMINAL INTELLIGENCE DATA, SUPPORT SOCIAL NETWORK ANALYSIS, AND DESIGN MACHINE LEARNING SOLUTIONS TO SUPPORT GRC INVESTIGATIONS. SECOND, THE PROPOSAL WILL HELP TO PROVIDE CLEARER EVIDENCE OF THE CONNECTION BETWEEN TECHNOLOGY DERIVED INTELLIGENCE AND THE DISRUPTION OF CRIMINAL NETWORKS. THIRD, THE PROPOSAL WOULD ADVANCE THE STATE OF POLICING PRACTICE, ACCOUNTABILITY, AND SCIENCE BY DEVELOPING PROTOCOLS AND THRESHOLDS FOR APPLYING THE NEW TECHNOLOGIES TO PEOPLE AND PLACES. THIS WILL BE ACHIEVED THROUGH THE ACADEMIC PARTNERSHIP WITH THE COLLABORATIVE SOLUTIONS LAB, A RESEARCH ENTERPRISE HEADED BY SOCIAL SCIENTISTS FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA, FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF BEST PRACTICES AND EVALUATIONS. THE PROJECTED RESULTS OF THE PROJECT INVOLVE A RISE IN EFFECTIVE GRC CLEARANCE RATES, INCREASED EFFICIENCY IN INVESTIGATIVE RESOURCE ALLOCATION, AND A BETTER UNDERSTANDING OF THE EQUITABILITY OF MACHINE LEARNING TECHNOLOGY. THE PROJECT WILL SERVE THE COMMUNITY OF TUCSON AND PARTICULARLY THE COMMUNITIES OF COLOR THAT DISPROPORTIONATELY SUFFER FROM VIOLENCE. THE INTENDED BENEFICIARIES OF THE PROJECT ARE THE TUCSON COMMUNITY AND LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES ACROSS THE UNITED STATES, WHICH CAN USE THE PROTOCOLS AND THESE THRESHOLDS DEVELOPED IN THE PROJECT TO IMPROVE THEIR POLICING PRACTICES.
10/1/2023 9/30/2026 Prime $784,380.00
Chicago, Illinois CITY OF CHICAGO
WHILE STILL PERVASIVE IN SEVERAL SPECIFIC GEOGRAPHICAL SPOTS IN THE CITY, AVAILABLE STATISTICS WILL SHOW THAT GUN-RELATED CRIME IN CHICAGO WAS ON A DOWNWARD TREND THROUGH 2019. HOWEVER, IN 2020 THROUGH 2021, DESPITE PANDEMIC-RELATED LOCKDOWNS, CHICAGO'S DIVERSE COMMUNITIES EXPERIENCED A PRECIPITOUS UPSURGE IN FATAL AND NON-FATAL SHOOTINGS, AND AN EVIDENT INCREASE IN THE NUMBER OF POLICE-RECOVERED ILLEGAL FIREARMS. IN 2022, STATISTICS MAINTAINED BY THE CHICAGO POLICE DEPARTMENT (CPD) DEMONSTRATE THAT ROUGHLY 50% OF SHOOTINGS IN THE CITY OCCUR IN JUST SEVEN OF THE CITY’S 22 POLICE DISTRICTS – DISTRICTS THAT HAVE BEEN DESIGNATED BY THE US ATTORNEY’S OFFICE (USAO) AS PROJECT SAFE NEIGHBORHOOD (PSN) DISTRICTS. OF THE 639 SHOOTING INCIDENTS AND 161 HOMICIDES RECORDED THROUGH APRIL 1, 2022, 340 SHOOTINGS AND 82 HOMICIDES HAVE OCCURRED IN THE PSN DISTRICTS. LOCATED ON THE CITY'S SOUTH AND WEST SIDES, THESE DISTRICTS ACCOUNT FOR MORE CRIME THAN THE 15 OTHER POLICE DISTRICTS COMBINED. NATIONAL RESEARCH SHOWS THAT HOMICIDE RATES INCREASED BY AN UNPRECEDENTED 20% IN 2020, WITH THE TREND APPEARING TO CONTINUE IN 2021 FOR CHICAGO. THROUGH APRIL 2022, WHILE OUR OVERALL CRIME NUMBERS ARE DOWN, CHICAGO HAS RECORDED MORE HOMICIDES THAN NEW YORK OR LOS ANGELES. OUR RECORDS ALSO SHOW THAT OUR OFFICERS RECOVERED MORE THAN 12,000 ILLEGAL FIREARMS IN 2021. THE INCREASE IN GUN VIOLENCE CAN BE ATTRIBUTED TO NUMEROUS FACTORS AND MAY, INDIRECTLY BE A RESULT OF INCREASED PUBLIC DISTRUST AND ANGER TOWARD THE POLICE. WHAT IS INCONTROVERTIBLE IS THAT LAW ENFORCEMENT NEEDS: MORE EFFECTIVE TOOLS; IMPROVED DATA AND INTELLIGENCE SHARING BETWEEN FEDERAL, STATE AND LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES; IMPROVED COLLABORATION BETWEEN ALL PUBLIC SAFETY STAKEHOLDERS TO DRASTICALLY REDUCE CRIME GUNS ON THE STREET; AND ENSURE PROSECUTION OF GUN OFFENDERS. CPD WILL USE FY2022 CGIC INTEGRATION INITIATIVE FUNDING TO IMPLEMENT THE CGIC BUSINESS PRACTICE IN SEVEN PSN DISTRICTS BY ENHANCING OUR CAPACITY TO PRODUCE ADDITIONAL INVESTIGATIVE LEADS AND BETTER CORROBORATING PHYSICAL EVIDENCE AIMED AT STRENGTHENING CRIME GUN CASES FOR EFFECTIVE PROSECUTION. TO ACHIEVE THIS, FUNDS WILL BE USED TO FILL AN OPERATIONS ANALYST’S POSITION DEDICATED TO THE PSN DISTRICTS TO ASSIST IN THE PROSECUTION OF CGIC-QUALIFIED CASES AND PURCHASE A COMPARISON MICROSCOPE TO ALLOW THE CPD BALLISTICS LAB TO PRIORITIZE GUN CASES FROM THE PSN DISTRICTS AND DEVELOP MORE TIMELY NIBIN LEADS/BIA ALERTS FOR INVESTIGATORS. MEANWHILE, GRANT FUNDS WILL ALSO BE USED FOR INVESTIGATIVE OVERTIME TO SUPPORT CASE INVESTIGATIONS AND PROSECUTION.
10/1/2022 9/30/2025 Prime $699,831.00
Montgomery, Alabama CITY OF MONTGOMERY
THE CITY OF MONTGOMERY AS WELL AS THE MONTGOMERY AREA MENTAL HEALTH AUTHORITY AND, THE ALABAMA DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH, HAVE IDENTIFIED THE NEED FOR CRISIS INTERVENTION IN LAW ENFORCEMENT. THE CITY OF MONTGOMERY IS COMMITTED TO DE-ESCALATION TRAINING AS IDENTIFIED IN THE MONTGOMERY THRIVE PLAN. THE MONTGOMERY THRIVE PLAN IS BASED ON CITIZEN AND STAKEHOLDER INPUT ON DISPARITIES THAT HAVE BEEN EXACERBATED DUE TO THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC. THE CITY OF MONTGOMERY HAS REQUESTED $250,000 TO DEPLOY TRAINING AND DE-ESCALATION EFFORTS THAT WOULD RESULT IN EQUITABLE POLICING AND ACCESS TO JUSTICE FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CONDITIONS AND DISABILITIES. THE GOAL OF THE PROGRAM IS TO TRAIN LAW ENFORCEMENT PERSONNEL AND OTHERS TO RESPOND HUMANELY TO INDIVIDUALS WITH MENTAL ILLNESS BY REFERRING INDIVIDUALS TO THE MONTGOMERY AREA MENTAL HEALTH AUTHORITY CRISIS INTERVENTION CENTER TO RECEIVE PROPER EVALUATION AND TREATMENT, RATHER THAN INCARCERATION. THE IMPACT OF THIS EFFORT WILL STRENGTHEN COMMUNITY SAFETY, REDUCE HEALTH DISPARITIES, AND INCREASE TRUST IN LAW ENFORCEMENT. THE CITY WILL IMPLEMENT THE CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAM (CIT) NATIONAL TRAINING PROGRAM, CONSISTENT WITH TRAINING PROGRAMS IN THE CITY OF MOBILE AND JEFFERSON COUNTY ALABAMA. THE TRAINING WOULD CONSIST OF TOPICS RELATED TO OFFICER SAFETY, MENTAL HEALTH, COMMUNITY SUPPORT, DE-ESCALATION, AND ADVOCACY. THE TRAINING IS EXPECTED TO REACH AT LEAST 250 SWORN PERSONNEL ACROSS DIVISIONS INCLUDING THE SPECIAL SERVICES AND PATROL DIVISIONS, AS WELL AS LAW ENFORCEMENT AND LAW ENFORCEMENT MENTAL HEALTH ADVOCATES IN SURROUNDING COUNTIES THAT ARE SERVED BY THE MONTGOMERY AREA MENTAL HEALTH AUTHORITY. BASED ON 2020 CENSUS DATA THE POPULATION OF MONTGOMERY ALABAMA IS 200,567, WITH THE DEMOGRAPHICS OF THE CITY BEING 31.5% WHITE ALONE, 60.8% BLACK OR AFRICAN AMERICAN ALONE, 0.2% AMERICAN INDIAN AND ALASKA NATIVE ALONE, 3.2% ASIAN ALONE,2.9% TWO OR MORE RACES, AND 3.8% HISPANIC OR LATINO ALONE, 29.9 THE CITY OF MONTGOMERY HAS NOT RECEIVED A CRISIS INTERVENTION TRAINING GRANT FUNDS PREVIOUSLY IF SUCCESSFUL THIS WILL BE THE FIRST.
10/1/2022 9/30/2025 Prime $250,000.00
Oakland, California OAKLAND, CITY OF
THE CITY OF OAKLAND HAS A PROVEN TRACK RECORD OF SUCCESS WHEN ADDRESSING VIOLENT GUN CRIME IN A CONCERTED WAY.  WITH THE LAUNCH OF CEASEFIRE IN 2012, THE HOMICIDE RATE FELL OVER 50 PERCENT FROM 2012-2018 (APPENDIX 4: PROBLEM ANALYSIS, PUBLIC EXCERPT, BARAO AND BRAGA).  FROM THE LATEST FBI UCR DATA AVAILABLE IN 2019, THE CITY OF OAKLAND’S CRIME RATE IN CALIFORNIA WAS THIRD COMPARED TO ALL CITIES OF POPULATIONS GREATER THAN 100,000.  UNFORTUNATELY, LIKE MANY JURISDICTIONS ACROSS THE COUNTRY, VIOLENT GUN CRIME ROSE SIGNIFICANTLY DURING THE PANDEMIC IN THE TIME PERIOD AFTER THE LATEST AVAILABLE FBI STATISTICS AND CONTINUES AS A SCOURGE.  FOR EXAMPLE, IN 2021 COMPARED TO 2019, ASSAULT WITH A DEADLY WEAPON EXPERIENCED A 109% INCREASE, SHOOTING AT INHABITED DWELLING ROSE 119% AND SHOOTINGS AT UNOCCUPIED VEHICLES INCREASED 125%.  THE MOST DISCONCERTING TO OUR AGENCY AND COMMUNITY IS THAT HOMICIDES ROSE 65% IN THE SAME TIME PERIOD.  IN AN ENVIRONMENT WHERE RESOURCES ARE SCARCE, THE CITY OF OAKLAND ARGUES THAT A CGIC EXPANSION GRANT AWARDED TO THE OAKLAND POLICE DEPARTMENT (OPD) WILL BE SUCCESSFUL DUE TO ITS TRACK RECORD IN LAUNCHING INVENTIVE INITIATIVES SUCH AS CEASEFIRE (CITED IN THOMAS ABT’S BOOK “BLEEDING OUT:  THE DEVASTATING CONSEQUENCES OF URBAN VIOLENCE—AND A BOLD NEW PLAN FOR PEACE IN THE STREETS.”), PROVIDING TIMELY LABORATORY-GENERATED INVESTIGATIVE LEADS WHICH OUTPACES OTHER CALIFORNIA LABORATORIES (TOP NUMBER OF ACQUISITIONS IN THE STATE) AND OPD’S CURRENT PARTICIPATION IN AN ACTIVE CGIC (LETTER OF SUPPORT FROM ATF’S SPECIAL AGENT IN CHARGE).  SUCCESS WILL BE LAUNCHED IN THE FOLLOWING WAYS AND MEASURED THROUGH THE COLLECTION OF YEAR-TO-YEAR COMPARATIVE STATISTICS: (1) IMPROVEMENT OF CAPACITY TO ANALYZE FIREARM EVIDENCE BY HIRING A FORENSIC TECHNICIAN, (2) UPGRADE FORENSIC TECHNOLOGY, WORK- AND MEETING-SPACES, (3) ENGAGE WITH ACADEMICS TO ASSIST WITH RESEARCH AND METRIC COLLECTION AND SOCIAL NETWORK ANALYSIS TO GAIN FURTHER INSIGHT TO OAKLAND’S CRIME RINGS AND TO ASSIST WITH ONBOARDING A CRIME ANALYST FOR CGIC, AND (4) DEEPEN AND FORMALIZE OUR ALREADY WELL-ESTABLISHED CEASEFIRE PARTNERSHIPS WITH THE LOCAL PROBATION, PAROLE, OTHER LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT, FEDERAL PARTNERS, AS WELL AS THE DEPARTMENT OF VIOLENCE PREVENTION, LOCAL COMMUNITY- AND FAITH-BASED ORGANIZATIONS THAT SUPPORT VICTIMS OF CRIME, OPD’S CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION DIVISION AND ATF BY HOSTING QUARTERLY MEETINGS.  OPD HAS PREPARED A PROGRAM NARRATIVE IN SUPPORT OF THE CURRENT STATE OF VIOLENT GUN CRIME IN OAKLAND, A PLAN FOR HOW TO ADDRESS IT AND OPTIMISM FOR SUCCESS WERE THE GRANT AWARDED.
10/1/2022 9/30/2025 Prime $695,997.00
Stockton, California STOCKTON CITY OFCITY HALL
THE STOCKTON CRIME GUN INTELLIGENCE CENTER (SCGIC) WILL BRING TOGETHER LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT, LOCAL AND STATE PROSECUTORS, AND FEDERAL BUREAU OF ALCOHOL, TOBACCO, FIREARMS AND EXPLOSIVES (ATF) PARTNERS TO ADDRESS THE PRECIPITOUS INCREASE IN FIREARM NON-FATAL INCIDENTS AND HOMICIDES OCCURRING OVER THE LAST SEVERAL MONTHS. ALTHOUGH GUN VIOLENCE IN STOCKTON, CA IS A HISTORIC TREND, RECENT EFFORTS, INCLUDING THE IMPLEMENTATION OF CEASEFIRE, HAVE BROUGHT THE LONG-TERM TREND LINE DOWN. SIGNIFICANT REDUCTIONS IN HOMICIDES FROM THE 2012 HIGH HAVE ALSO OCCURRED, HOWEVER, MORE COLLABORATION IS NEEDED TO FURTHER REDUCE AND SUSTAIN THE PREVALENCE OF GUN VIOLENCE. STOCKTON’S RATE OF VIOLENT CRIME REMAINS FOUR TIMES ABOVE THE NATIONAL AVERAGE. THIS GRANT WILL SUPPORT STOCKTON’S EFFORTS TO FORMALIZE THE INTERAGENCY PARTNERSHIPS AND INFRASTRUCTURE TO ENSURE EFFECTIVE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE SEVEN ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS OF A CGIC. ONCE ESTABLISHED, THE SCGIC WILL WORK TO PREVENT VIOLENT CRIME BY LINKING GUNS TO PERSONS AND CRIMES COMMITTED, COMPLETING THOROUGH INVESTIGATIONS AND PROSECUTING OFFENDERS. THESE INVESTIGATIONS AND ULTIMATE PROSECUTIONS WILL DISRUPT THE SYSTEMIC VIOLENCE OCCURRING IN STOCKTON AND SUPPORT THE INTELLIGENCE LED POLICING EFFORTS CURRENTLY IN PLACE. SPECIFIC GRANT DELIVERABLES INCLUDE: REVISING POLICIES AND PROCEDURES TO ENSURE TIMELY ENTRY OF BALLISTIC EVIDENCE INTO THE NATIONAL CORRELATION CENTER DATABASE; ESTABLISHING A PROTOCOL FOR FOLLOWING UP ON INVESTIGATIVE LEADS GENERATED FROM BALLISTIC LINKS AND EVIDENCE; SHARING OF INTELLIGENCE GATHERED BOTH ON THE STREET DURING INVESTIGATIONS, AND IN THE LAB REVIEWING EVIDENCE WITH CGIC PARTNERS; PROMOTING COLLABORATIVE WORKING GROUP PARTNERSHIPS BY TRACKING CGIC CASES AND DISCUSSING OUTCOMES, AND FORMALIZING THE WORKING PARTNERSHIP THROUGH A MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING TO SUSTAIN THE SCGIC FOR YEARS TO COME.
10/1/2022 9/30/2025 Prime $700,000.00
Santa Clara County, California SANTA CLARA, COUNTY OF
PROJECT ABSTRACT:                  SANTA CLARA COUNTY CRIME GUN INTELLIGENCE PROGRAM                        THE SANTA CLARA COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY’S OFFICE SEEKS TO EXPAND ON AN EXISTING CRIME GUN INTELLIGENCE PROGRAM BY ADDING SKILLED ANALYTIC STAFF AND ESSENTIAL EQUIPMENT TO MORE QUICKLY ANALYZE AND INVESTIGATE SHOOTING CASES. IN 2017 THE COUNTY’S CRIME LABORATORY HIRED FOUR CRIMINALISTS TO PROCESS GUNS AND EXPENDED CASINGS AND INPUT THEM INTO IBIS/NIBIN. AS HOPED, THIS GENERATED A HUGE AMOUNT OF NIBIN LEADS, REQUIRING THE COUNTY TO TRIAGE THE CASES TO DETERMINE WHAT CAN BE DONE TO QUICKLY IDENTIFY SHOOTERS AND FILE A CRIMINAL CASE.  AFTER INITIAL SUCCESS IN BUILDING THE FOUNDATION FOR A CRIME GUN INTELLIGENCE PROGRAM, THERE IS STILL A MAJOR PROBLEM ADDRESSING INCREASED VOLUME WITHOUT ADDITIONAL RESOURCES. THIS GRANT PROPOSAL SEEKS TO CLOSE CRITICAL GAPS IN PROCESSING SHELL CASINGS AND TRIAGING LEADS. TO SUCCESSFULLY CONTINUE THIS NIBIN PROGRAM, THE COUNTY NEEDS ANALYSTS TO IDENTIFY AND LINK CASES, COORDINATE WITH ASSIGNED INVESTIGATORS AND GET CASES TO A PROSECUTION STAGE. THROUGH A CLOSE PARTNERSHIP WITH THE ATF, THIS PROGRAM HAS SUCCESSFULLY CHANGED THE WAY BUSINESS IS DONE IN SANTA CLARA COUNTY.  LED BY THE DA OFFICE’S CRIME STRATEGIES UNIT, IN PARTNERSHIP WITH ALL FOURTEEN AGENCIES IN THE COUNTY, ALL ELIGIBLE FIREARMS AND CASINGS ARE QUICKLY AND UNIVERSALLY ENTERED INTO NIBIN. THIS WAS A MAJOR TASK. THE PROGRAM NEEDS ANALYSTS TO TRIAGE AND FOLLOW-UP ON NEWLY LINKED CASES AND AN ADDITIONAL MATCHPOINT TERMINAL TO ASSIST IN FASTER PROCESSING OF CASINGS. HAVING WORKED FOR SEVERAL YEARS TO BUILD CRITICAL PARTNERSHIPS, LAY THE INFRASTRUCTURE AND EMBRACE THE NATIONAL CGIC MODEL, THIS GRANT SEEKS FUNDING TO SUSTAIN THIS PROGRAM TO MEET THE DEMAND OF DRAMATICALLY INCREASING GUN CRIME, SHOOTINGS AND GUN RECOVERIES WITH ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT AND STAFF. MOREOVER, THIS PROGRAM SEEKS TO BENEFIT FROM THE WISDOM AND OVERSIGHT OF BJA AND THE TEAM OF EXPERTS THAT WOULD HELP FACILITATE THIS GRANT AWARD.
10/1/2022 9/30/2025 Prime $692,163.00
Aurora, Colorado AURORA, CITY OF
THE AURORA POLICE DEPARTMENT WILL PRODUCE TIMELY, PRECISE, AND OBJECTIVE CRIME GUN INTELLIGENCE DATA TO IDENTIFY, FOCUS, AND COORDINATE THEIR EFFORTS AND THOSE OF BORDERING AGENCIES, AND FEDERAL LAW ENFORCEMENT, FORENSIC, AND PROSECUTORIAL RESOURCES ON THE MOST VIOLENT ARMED OFFENDERS IN AURORA.  THE PROPOSED MODEL WILL BE BUILT UPON THE BEST PRACTICES SET FORTH BY THE NATIONAL CRIME GUN INTELLIGENCE GOVERNING BOARD, BUREAU OF ALCOHOL, TOBACCO, FIREARMS & EXPLOSIVES, AND BUREAU OF JUSTICE ASSISTANCE.  AURORA WILL GENERATE TIMELY AND COMPREHENSIVE NIBIN AND CRIME GUN TRACING DATA TO BE USED AS PROACTIVE, OBJECTIVE INVESTIGATIVE TOOLS TO PROVIDE FAST, ACCURATE, AND RELEVANT INFORMATION TO BOTH INVESTIGATORS AND PROSECUTORS.  INVESTIGATORS CAN QUICKLY FOLLOW-UP ON NIBIN LEADS TO INVESTIGATE RECENT SHOOTINGS, DETERMINE THE SOURCES OF CRIME GUNS, LINK OTHERWISE UNRELATED SHOOTING CRIMES, AND IDENTIFY VIOLENT SUSPECTS FOR PRIORITY PROACTIVE INVESTIGATIONS. PROSECUTORS CAN USE CRIME GUN INTELLIGENCE AS COMPELLING, SCIENTIFIC PROOF IN THE COURTROOM TO LINK FIREARM EVIDENCE TO ADDITIONAL VIOLENT CRIMES, THUS ENHANCING BONDS AND SENTENCES.  THE CRIME GUN INTELLIGENCE CONCEPT IS BASED ON THE PREMISE THAT EVIDENCE, CASINGS RECOVERED FROM THE SCENES OF ALL SHOOTING CRIMES, AND EVERY QUALIFYING PISTOL AND RIFLE TAKEN INTO POLICE CUSTODY WILL BE TEST FIRED AND ENTERED INTO THE NBIN DATABASE. IN ADDITION, CRIME GUN INTELLIGENCES OVERLAYS CRIME GUN TRACING WITH NIBIN LEADS TO IDENTIFY THE FIRST RETAIL PURCHASERS OF FIREARMS THAT HAVE ACTUALLY BEEN USED TO COMMIT SHOOTING CRIMES.  THE PROJECT’S MAIN GOAL AND IMPACTFUL EXPECTED OUTCOMES ARE:   THE PRIMARY GOAL OF CRIME GUN INTELLIGENCE IS TO DEVELOP TIMELY ACTIONABLE LEADS THAT WILL IDENTIFY ARMED VIOLENT OFFENDERS FOR INVESTIGATION AND PROSECUTION. MEANINGFUL, TIMELY, AND ONGOING COLLABORATION WITH ATF, BORDERING POLICE AGENCIES, LOCAL CRIME LABORATORIES, PROBATION AND PAROLE, PROSECUTING ATTORNEYS, U.S. ATTORNEYS’ OFFICE (USAO), CRIME ANALYSTS, COMMUNITY GROUPS, AND ACADEMIC ORGANIZATIONS.   REDUCE THE RATE OF HOMICIDES AND NON-FATAL SHOOTINGS.
10/1/2022 9/30/2025 Prime $699,959.00
Wilmington, Delaware CITY OF WILMINGTON
LEGAL APPLICANT: WILMINGTON DEPARTMENT OF POLICE TITLE OF PROJECT: WILMINGTON (DEL.) CRIME GUN INTELLIGENCE CENTER INTEGRATION EXPANSION     THE WILMINGTON POLICE DEPARTMENT (WPD), AND THE DELAWARE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE (DOJ) ARE SEEKING FUNDING FROM BUREAU OF JUSTICE ASSISTANCE (BJA) TO ASSIST WITH THE EXPANSION OF ITS EXISTING CRIME GUN INTELLIGENCE CENTER (CGIC). FUNDING WOULD PROVIDE WPD THE ABILITY TO ENHANCE OFFICER SAFETY; ADDRESS ILLEGAL FIREARM-RELATED CRIME; AND UTILIZE INTELLIGENCE, TECHNOLOGY, AND COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT TO SWIFTLY IDENTIFY CRIME GUNS, THEIR SOURCES, AND EFFECTIVELY PROSECUTE PERPETRATORS IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE BUREAU OF ALCOHOL, TOBACCO, FIREARMS AND EXPLOSIVES (ATF). THIS GRANT WILL ASSIST THE WILMINGTON POLICE DEPARTMENT WHO HAS COLLABORATED TO ENHANCE THEIR ALREADY EXISTING CGIF CERTIFIED FORENSIC FIREARMS CRIME LABORATORIES TO BENEFIT RESIDENTS OF DE.   GRANT FUNDS WILL ENHANCE THE WPD LABORATORY BY FUNDING A CONTRACTUAL FIREARMS EXAMINER. THIS WILL ALLOW WPD TO CONTINUE TO PROVIDE A FULL-SERVICE FORENSIC FIREARMS CRIME LABORATORY WITH THE CAPABILITIES OF EVIDENCE ENTRIES, EXAMINATIONS, TOOL MARK ANALYSIS, SERIAL NUMBER RESTORATION AND CASING/BALLISTIC MATCHES STATEWIDE FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES. WPD HAS A FULLY OPERATIONAL FIREARMS LAB, WITH THE EXCEPTION OF A FIREARMS EXAMINER. WPD HAS BEEN A CGIC CERTIFIED FORENSIC FIREARMS CRIME LABORATORY FOR SEVERAL YEARS, ENTERED INTO A MOU WITH ATF, AND MEETS THE CGIC BUSINESS PRACTICES.   GRANT FUNDS WILL ALSO BE USED TO PURCHASE FORENSIC MICROSCOPES NEEDED FOR FORENSIC EXAMINATIONS OF PROJECTILES AND OR SHELL CASINGS TO CONFIRM BALLISTIC MATCHES.  THIS WILL ENHANCE THE WPD LABORATORY TO BECOME A FULL-SERVICE FORENSIC FIREARMS CRIME LABORATORY WITH EVIDENCE ENTRIES, SERIAL NUMBER RESTORATION, EXAMINATIONS AND BALLISTIC MATCHES; SUBSEQUENTLY BOLSTERING INVESTIGATIONS AND PROSECUTIONS OF VIOLENT FIREARM CRIME. DE DOJ WILL USE GRANT FUNDS TO OVERSEE THE CREATION AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A GUN REPORTING AND TRACKING SYSTEM USING THE EXISTING STATEWIDE POLICE INCIDENT REPORTING SYSTEM, LEISS.   GOALS FOR THE PROJECT ARE: 1. DEVELOP ANALYTICAL SUPPORT TO IMPROVE POLICE RESPONSE TO GUNSHOTS FIRED UTILIZING REPORT MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS (RMS), ETRACE, AND OTHER TECHNOLOGY; 2. BECOME EVEN MORE EFFICIENT AND CONTINUE TO GROW IN LEARNING AND ADOPT NATIONAL BEST PRACTICES TO AVOID ANY BACKLOGGED EVIDENCE; 3. DECREASE TURNAROUND TIME FOR PROCESSING EVIDENCE; 4. HIRE ONE (1) FIREARMS EXAMINER AND PURCHASE EQUIPMENT WITHIN 90 DAYS; 5. COMPLETE A FINAL ANALYSIS REPORT.
10/1/2022 9/30/2025 Prime $686,433.00
Jackson, Mississippi CITY OF JACKSON MISSISSIPPI
ABSTRACT                 THE CITY OF JACKSON “THE CITY” IS THE CAPITAL OF MISSISSIPPI AND IS CONTINUING ITS GOAL OF DELIVERING INNOVATIVE AND EFFECTIVE PUBLIC SAFETY PROGRAMS TO THE CITIZENS OF JACKSON WITHIN HINDS COUNTY. THE CITY HAD TO REDUCE ITS CURRENT FISCAL YEAR’S BUDGET TO OFFSET UNEXPECTED REDUCTIONS IN TAX REVENUE. JACKSON HAS REPORTED FIFTY-FOUR MURDERS AND WE ARE JUST 5 MONTHS INTO 2022 FISCAL YEAR. THE CITY OF JACKSON HAS THE HIGHEST VOLUME OF VIOLENT CRIMES IN THE NATION AS OF TODAY, WE HAVE SEEN AN INCREASE OF GUN VIOLENCE FOR THE PAST 4YEARS. OUR FOCUS WILL BE TO COMBINE RESOURCES AND POWER TO WORK WITH OUR LOCAL ATF PARTNERS IN UTILIZE INTELLIGENCE, TECHNOLOGY, AND COMMUNITY PARTNERS TO IDENTIFY UNLAWFUL FIREARMS, INDIVIDUALS USING THEM AND THE SOURCES PROVIDING THEM. WE HAVE A GREAT RELATIONSHIP WITH THE LOCAL DISTRICT ATTORNEY’S OFFICE AND U.S. ATTORNEY’S OFFICE, WHO ARE ON STANDBY TO PROSECUTE ANYONE ENGAGED IN VIOLENT CRIMES. THE JACKSON POLICE DEPARTMENT IS BEING INITIATIVE-TAKING IN ALL PRECINCTS 1,2,3 AND 4. PRECINCTS 3 & 4 HAS SEEN A 133% RISE IN HOMICIDES, WITH MOST BEING VIOLENT GUN CRIMES. PRECINCTS 1 AND 2 HAS SEEN A 24.2% INCREASE THIS YEAR. OUR OBJECTIVE IS TO UTILIZE FUNDING OF THE 2022 LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT CRIME GUN INTELLIGENCE CENTER INTEGRATION INITIATIVE GRANT TO ENHANCE THE CONVICTION RATE, SOLVE COLD CASES OF GUN CRIMES AND SOLVE ANY CASES OF VIOLENT GUN CRIMES WITH THE ASSISTANCES OF OUR ATF PARTNERS AND OTHER RESOURCES. THE JACKSON POLICE DEPARTMENT WILL PURCHASE INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGY AND EQUIPMENT TO COMBAT GUN CRIMES, EXPAND THE BLUE   LIGHT CAMERA SYSTEM TO CAPTURE CRIME IN REAL-TIME WITH THE AID OF OUR REAL TIME COMMAND CENTER. THERE IS ALSO, A NEED FOR TWO NEW SUV WITH ALL THE CURRENT TECHNOLOGY NEEDED TO HAVE MOBILE UNITS ON PATROL, A DRONE FOR ACTIVE SHOOTERS AND CRIMINAL ROUND UPS, THE CRIME SCENE UNITS AND CRIME LAB WILL NEED TESTING EQUIPMENT FOR BALLISTICS, DRUG RELATED GUN CRIMES AND GSR KITS FOR TESTING INDIVIDUAL SUSPECTS. OUR GOAL IS TO CREATE A TRACKING SYSTEM FOR ALL CASES AND TO INCREASE VICTIM PARTICIPATION THROUGH THIS INITIATIVE, THE JACKSON POLICE DEPARTMENT WILL BE ABLE TO TAKE A MULTIDISCIPLINARY APPROACH TO COMBATTING GUN CRIMES AND PROSECUTING PERPETRATORS ENGAGED IN VIOLENT CRIMES. THIS GRANT WILL PROVIDE FOR CRITICAL EQUIPMENT AND FIRSTHAND BALLISTICS ASSISTANCE FROM ATF. DUES TO CURRENT BUDGET CONSTRAINTS OF OUR GENERAL OPERATING BUDGET, FUNDS FOR THE INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGY EQUIPMENT WOULD NOT BE AVAILABLE.
10/1/2022 9/30/2025 Prime $675,000.00
Newark, New Jersey CITY OF NEWARK NEW JERSEY
THE NEWARK POLICE DIVISION (NPD) SERVES THE LARGEST CITY IN THE STATE OF NEW JERSEY, HOME TO A POPULATION OF 311,549. IN 2021, NEWARK LED NEW JERSEY WITH THE MOST GUN VIOLENCE INCIDENTS AND VICTIMS. THE CITY REPRESENTS ABOUT 3% OF THE STATE’S POPULATION, BUT ALSO REPRESENTS 25% OF FATAL AND NON-FATAL GUN VIOLENCE INCIDENTS AND VICTIMS (NJ STATE POLICE). FROM 2019 TO 2020, FATAL SHOOTINGS INCREASED BY 3%, FOLLOWED BY A 9% INCREASE FROM 2020 TO 2021. YEAR TO DATE, THE NPD HAS RECOVERED 286 GUNS OFF THE STREETS, A 47% INCREASE FROM THE YEAR BEFORE ALREADY. THE TASK OF RESPONDING TO GUN CRIMES, INCLUDING RECOVERING GUNS AND INVESTIGATING GUN CRIMES, IS GETTING MORE CHALLENGING IN NUMBERS AND CRIMINAL ADVANCEMENTS. THE NPD SEEKS TO MAKE THE ACQUISITIONS NECESSARY TO FORMALIZE A CRIME GUN INTELLIGENCE CENTER (CGIC). THE FOUNDATION EXISTS IN NEWARK FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A FORMAL CGIC. THE NPD ASSIGNED INVESTIGATORS TO THE VIOLENT CRIME INITIATIVE (VCI) IN 2020 TO INCORPORATE DETECTIVES INTO THE U.S. ATTORNEY’S OFFICE ON A FULL-TIME BASIS. THIS HAS GROWN INTO A PARTNERSHIP THAT INCLUDES THE ATF, DEA, AND FBI TO COLLABORATE ON GUN CRIME INTELLIGENCE IN THE CITY. AS A JURISDICTION PLAGUED BY GUN VIOLENCE AND MULTI-GENERATIONAL POVERTY, THE NPD MUST LEVERAGE EXISTING AGREEMENTS TO MAXIMIZE NEW RESOURCES FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A CGIC. OUR GOAL IS TO ENHANCE RESOURCES TO REDUCE VIOLENT CRIME IN NEWARK. THROUGH THIS PROGRAM, THE ESSEX COUNTY PROSECUTOR’S OFFICE WILL BE ALLOCATED 20% OF GRANT FUNDS TO PRIORITIZE THE PROSECUTION OF GUN CRIME CASES. THE BALLISTICS LABORATORY WILL RECEIVE A NEW MICROSCOPE THAT WILL SAVE INVESTIGATORS TIME AND RESULT IN HIGHER QUALITY FINDINGS. THE NPD RECOGNIZES THE IMPORTANCE OF ACCESSING THE PERSONAL TECHNOLOGY OF SHOOTERS TO FULLY INVESTIGATE GUN CRIMES. THEREFORE, THE NPD IS REQUESTING FUNDING FOR THE PURCHASE OF CELLEBRITE AND GRAYKEY SOFTWARE TO EXTRACT CRIMINAL CELL PHONE DATA. THE NPD VCI IDENTIFIED ONE OF THE BIGGEST CHALLENGES INVOLVING THE CITY’S GUN CRIMES AS THE PREVALENCE OF VEHICLES. AS PART OF THE CITY’S PLAN TO EXPAND THE SHOTSPOTTER SYSTEM, THE NPD SEEKS TO DEPLOY LICENSE PLATE READERS TO UNCOVERED HIGH-CRIME AREAS IN THE CITY. EACH PROPOSED PROJECT EXPENDITURE WILL HELP THE NPD EXPAND ITS INTELLIGENCE APPARATUS AND PROVIDE THE CGIC WITH THE TOOLS TO PRODUCE AND SHARE THE BEST INFORMATION POSSIBLE TO CURB GUN CRIMES AND LEAD TO MORE ARRESTS OF VIOLENT CRIMINALS.
10/1/2022 9/30/2025 Prime $700,000.00
Salt Lake City, Utah UNIFIED POLICE DEPARTMENT OF GREATER SALT LAKE
THE UNIFIED POLICE DEPARTMENT OF GREATER SALT LAKE (UPD) WAS CREATED IN 2010 AND SERVES OVER 206,000 PEOPLE IN MANY CITIES AND COMMUNITIES. THE SALT LAKE COUNTY SHERIFF SERVES AS ITS CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER. UPD’S MODEL ALLOWS COMMUNITIES TO HAVE COMPREHENSIVE POLICE SERVICES AT A FRACTION OF THE COST OF ESTABLISHING AND MAINTAINING THEIR OWN POLICE FORCE.       THE UPD REQUESTS $250,000 IN FUNDING TO CREATE A TRAINING PROGRAM FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS AND LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES THROUGHOUT SALT LAKE COUNTY. UPD HAS NOT PREVIOUSLY BEEN A RECIPIENT OF CRISIS RESPONSE INTERVENTION TRAINING GRANT FUNDS. IN 2017, UNIFIED POLICE DEPARTMENT’S SALT LAKE COUNTY METRO MENTAL HEALTH UNIT (METRO MENTAL HEALTH UNIT) WAS CREATED TO SUPPORT PATROL RESPONSE TO MENTAL HEALTH CALLS. WHILE THIS UNIT HAS BEEN SUCCESSFUL AND WELL RECEIVED, CALLS FOR SERVICE WITH A MENTAL HEALTH COMPONENT HAVE STEADILY INCREASED. UPD RECEIVED NEARLY 2,700 CRISIS CALLS IN 2021, BUT THE METRO MENTAL HEALTH UNIT WAS ONLY ABLE TO MANAGE 25% DUE TO STAFFING CHALLENGES WITHIN THE UNIT. THIS SUPPORTS THE NEED FOR FOCUSED TRAINING ON MENTAL HEALTH RESPONSES FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS, SO THAT THEY ARE CAPABLE OF RESPONDING TO A CITIZEN EXPERIENCING A MENTAL HEALTH CRISIS. THE METRO MENTAL HEALTH UNIT PROPOSES REVIEWING AND MERGING TWO CURRICULUMS: THE STATE OF UTAH’S MANDATED MENTAL HEALTH AND OTHER CRISIS INTERVENTION RESPONSES, AND THE NATIONALLY RECOGNIZED MEMPHIS MODEL. THE METRO MENTAL HEALTH UNIT’S GOAL IS TO TRAIN UPD OFFICERS AS WELL AS OTHER LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES THROUGHOUT SALT LAKE COUNTY.
10/1/2022 9/30/2025 Prime $250,000.00
Milwaukee, Wisconsin CITY OF MILWAUKEE
THE CITY OF MILWAUKEE POLICE DEPARTMENT (MPD) AS LEAD APPLICANT IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE MILWAUKEE COUNTY BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES PROPOSES TO DEVELOP AN ADVANCED CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAM (CIT) TRAINING PROGRAM TO EQUIP POLICE OFFICERS TO BETTER IDENTIFY AND RESPOND TO BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CALLS WITH THE GOAL TO REDUCE POLICE USE OF FORCE, DIVERT INDIVIDUALS FROM JAIL AND THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM, AND REDUCE INVOLUNTARY ADMISSIONS TO MILWAUKEE COUNTY MENTAL HEALTH.  THE PROPOSAL REQUESTS $250,000 IN FEDERAL FUNDS TO PREPARE 100+ POLICE OFFICERS WITH ENHANCED SKILLS TO EFFECTIVELY INTERACT WITH INDIVIDUALS IN CRISIS DEMONSTRATING BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CONDITIONS, AND/OR INTELLECTUAL, DEVELOPMENTAL, OR PHYSICAL DISABILITIES.  THIS APPROACH WILL CONNECT INDIVIDUALS IN CRISES WITH APPROPRIATE BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES AND COMMUNITY RESOURCES TO ACHIEVE MORE MEANINGFUL AND EMPOWERED INDIVIDUAL OUTCOMES AND A SAFER COMMUNITY.  PARTICIPATING MPD OFFICERS WILL HAVE COMPLETED A MINIMUM 40 HOURS OF PRIOR CIT AND DEMONSTRATE A WILLINGNESS TO BE A LEAD RESPONDER TO BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CALLS AT THE DISTRICT LEVEL.  THE MPD WILL FOLLOW THE PLANNING AND IMPLEMENTATION APPROACH TO DEVELOP AND DELIVER ADVANCED CRISIS RESPONSE TRAINING CURRICULUM BASED ON EVALUATION AND REVIEW OF NATIONAL BEST PRACTICES.  THE MPD’S CRISIS ASSESSMENT RESPONSE TEAM WILL CONDUCT SITE VISITS TO TWO LEADING LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES IN BEHAVIOR HEALTH CO-RESPONSE TO LEARN INNOVATIVE BEST PRACTICES.  THIS INFORMATION WILL BE SHARED WITH BEHAVIORAL HEALTH AND COMMUNITY PARTNERS TO DEVELOP A RELEVANT CURRICULUM FOR MILWAUKEE.  UPON APPROVAL BY BJA, THE MPD AND ITS PARTNERS WILL IMPLEMENT THE FINALIZED ADVANCED CIT TRAINING PROGRAM TO SELECTED POLICE OFFICERS.  THE MPD IS A FIRST TIME APPLICANT FOR THE CRISIS RESPONSE INTERVENTION TRAINING GRANT.
10/1/2022 9/30/2025 Prime $250,000.00
Alabama ECONOMIC AND COMMUNITY AFFAIRS, ALABAMA DEPARTMENT OF
ACCORDING TO AVAILABLE CENTER FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION (CDC) DATA, ALABAMA’S FIREARM MORTALITY RATE RANKS 5TH NATIONALLY WITH 23.6 DEATHS PER 100,000 IN 2020. THIS IS AN INCREASE FROM 2019 AND 2018 WHICH SAW A RATE OF 22.2(2019) AND 21.8(2018). ALABAMA RANKED 15TH NATIONALLY AMONG STATES WITH NUMBER OF FIREARM RELATED DEATHS (1,141) IN 2020, WHILE RANKING JUST 24TH IN TOTAL POPULATION AT 5,039,877. THE STATE OF ALABAMA BYRNE STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION PROGRAM (BYRNE SCIP) WILL LOOK TO PROVIDE FUNDING FOR THE CREATION AND/OR IMPLEMENTATION OF GUN VIOLENCE REDUCTION PROGRAMS/INITIATIVES.  RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES RELATED COURT-BASED, BEHAVIORAL HEALTH DEFLECTION, AND GUN SAFETY PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES MAY INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO: -SPECIALIZED COURT-BASED PROGRAMS SUCH AS DRUG, MENTAL HEALTH, AND VETERANS TREATMENT COURTS, INCLUDING THOSE THAT SPECIFICALLY ACCEPT CLIENTS WITH FIREARM VIOLATIONS     -GUN VIOLENCE RECOVERY COURTS THAT CONNECT CLIENTS IN CRISIS WITH COMMUNITY RESOURCES     -THREAT ASSESSMENT TRAINING FOR PROSECUTORS, JUDGES, LAW ENFORCEMENT, AND PUBLIC DEFENDERS     -TECHNOLOGY, ANALYSIS, OR INFORMATION-SHARING SOLUTIONS FOR ENSURING LAW ENFORCEMENT, PROBATION, PROSECUTORS, THE COURTS, AND PUBLIC DEFENDERS ARE INFORMED WHEN A PROHIBITED PERSON ATTEMPTS TO PURCHASE A FIREARM     -DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF VALIDATED GUN VIOLENCE RISK ASSESSMENT TOOLS AND SERVICE CASE MANAGEMENT AND NAVIGATION PROGRAMS TO ASSESS THE RISKS AND NEEDS OF CLIENTS AND CONNECT THEM TO CRITICAL SERVICES TO MITIGATE THEIR RISK OF GUN VIOLENCE AND ENHANCE THEIR ACCESS TO EFFECTIVE INTERVENTIONS     -EXPANDING THE CAPACITY OF EXISTING DRUG, MENTAL HEALTH, AND VETERANS TREATMENT COURTS TO ASSIST CLIENTS WHO ARE MOST LIKELY TO COMMIT OR BECOME VICTIMS OF GUN CRIMES -BEHAVIORAL HEALTH DEFLECTION FOR THOSE AT RISK TO THEMSELVES OR OTHERS (SEE THE NATIONAL GUIDELINES FOR BEHAVIOR HEALTH CRISIS CARE BEST PRACTICE TOOLKIT)     -ASSERTIVE COMMUNITY TREATMENT BEHAVIORAL THREAT ASSESSMENT PROGRAMS AND RELATED TRAINING TRIAGE SERVICES, MOBILE CRISIS UNITS (BOTH CO-RESPONDER AND CIVILIAN ONLY), AND PEER SUPPORT SPECIALISTS     -TECHNOLOGICAL SUPPORTS SUCH AS SMARTPHONE APPLICATIONS TO HELP FAMILIES AND PATIENTS NAVIGATE MENTAL HEALTH AND RELATED SYSTEMS AND TELEHEALTH INITIATIVES, INCLUDING TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS FOR TELEHEALTH VISITS OUTSIDE THE HOSPITAL         -SUPPORT BEHAVIORAL HEALTH RESPONSES AND CIVIL LEGAL RESPONSES TO BEHAVIORAL HEALTH RESPONSES SUCH AS REGIONAL CRISIS CALL CENTERS, CRISIS MOBILE TEAM RESPONSE, AND CRISIS RECEIVING AND STABILIZATION FACILITIES TO INDIVIDUALS IN CRISIS     -SPECIALIZED TRAINING FOR INDIVIDUALS WHO SERVE OR ARE FAMILIES OF INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE IN CRISIS LAW ENFORCEMENT-BASED PROGRAMS, TRAINING, AND TECHNOLOGY     -FUNDING FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES TO SAFELY SECURE, STORE, TRACK, AND RETURN RELINQUISHED GUNS GUN LOCKS AND STORAGE FOR INDIVIDUALS AND BUSINESSES SOFTWARE/TECHNOLOGIES TO TRACK RELINQUISHED GUNS     -DEVELOPMENT AND OR DELIVERY OF SPECIALIZED TRAINING AND OVERTIME FOR OFFICERS TO ATTEND TRAINING RESEARCH, STUDY OR DATA GATHERING PREDICTIVE ANALYTICS OR POLICING OR USE OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE (AI) TO PREVENT GUN VIOLENCE PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS CRISIS INTERVENTION ADVISORY BOARD - ALABAMA’S ADVISORY GROUP UNDER THE BYRNE STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION PROGRAM (SCIP), WILL INITIALLY BE COMPRISED OF SEVEN REPRESENTATIVES SELECTED TO INFORM AND GUIDE THE STATE’S PROGRAM. THE STATE ADMINISTERING AGENCY IS CURRENTLY CONTACTING CANDIDATES WHO HAVE BEEN NOMINATED TO FULFILL THE REQUIRED VOCATION/DISCIPLINE AREAS. THOSE AGREEING TO SERVE WILL BE FORMALLY APPOINTED EARLY IN 2023. AN ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING WILL BE HELD SOON AFTER APPOINTMENTS ARE MADE TO PROVIDE INFORMATION AND ORIENTATION, PROPOSE AND ESTABLISH OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES, AND TO DISCUSS A FUTURE MEETING SCHEDULE. STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION PROGRAM PLAN AND BUDGET APPROVAL -PROGRAM AND BUDGET PLANS WILL BE DEVELOPED IN COORDINATION WITH AND DEMONSTRATE EVIDENCE OF APPROVAL BY THE CRISIS INTERVENTION ADVISORY BOARD AND WILL BE EXPRESSLY APPROVED BY BJA POST AWARD VIA GRANT AWARD MODIFICATION (GAM) BEFORE FUNDS CAN BE OBLIGATED, EXPENDED, OR DRAWN DOWN. - ALL SUBAWARDS WILL BE EXPRESSLY AUTHORIZED BY BJA POST AWARD VIA GAM BEFORE FUNDS WILL BE OBLIGATED FOR SUBAWARDS. -  SUBRECIPIENTS WILL BE REQUIRED TO COOPERATE WITH BJA AND ITS TRAINING AND TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE PROVIDER TO ENSURE THAT PROJECTS FUNDED UNDER THIS PROGRAM ARE DESIGNED TO PROTECT THE CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS OF INDIVIDUALS.
10/1/2022 9/30/2026 Prime $4,489,140.00
Greensboro, North Carolina CITY OF GREENSBORO
THE GREENSBORO POLICE DEPARTMENT HAS CREATED A BEHAVIORAL HEALTH RESPONSE TEAM TO RESPOND TO INCIDENTS INVOLVING PEOPLE ENDURING MENTAL HEALTH CRISES. THIS PROGRAM INVOLVES 6 OFFICERS WHO HAVE BEEN TRAINED TO HANDLE THE COMPLEXITIES INVARIABLY INVOLVED IN THIS TYPE OF RESPONSE. ALTHOUGH THE PROGRAM IS STILL IN ITS INFANCY, IT SHOWS SIGNS OF SUCCESS. WE INTEND TO EXTEND THIS TRAINING TO ALL OFFICERS IN THE DEPARTMENT AND INCORPORATE IT IN OUR TRAINING ACADEMY SO THAT IT BECOMES A PART OF OUR CULTURE. WE ARE APPLYING FOR THESE FUNDS TO BRING THAT PLAN TO FRUITION THROUGH "TRAIN THE TRAINER" PROGRAMS. ADDITIONALLY, WE WILL PARTNER WITH A LOCAL UNIVERSITY RESEARCH DEPARTMENT TO TRACK RESULTS AND UTILIZE THEIR FINDING TO MAKE ADJUSTMENTS TO THE PROGRAM AS NEEDED.
10/1/2022 9/30/2025 Prime $249,998.00
Arizona CRIMINAL JUSTICE COMMISSION ARIZONA
THE ARIZONA CRIMINAL JUSTICE COMMISSION IS A STATUTORILY AUTHORIZED ENTITY MANDATED TO CARRY OUT VARIOUS COORDINATING, MONITORING, AND REPORTING FUNCTIONS REGARDING THE ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE PROGRAMS IN ARIZONA. THE COMMISSION, AS THE STATE-ADMINISTERING AGENCY FOR THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT PROGRAM AND SEVERAL OTHER BUREAU OF JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT PROGRAMS, DISTRIBUTES FUNDS VIA COMPETITIVE GRANTS TO STATE, TRIBAL, COUNTY, AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT AGENCIES TO SUPPORT THE DRUG, GANG, AND VIOLENT CRIME CONTROL (DGVCC) PROGRAM. THE 2020-2025 DRUG, GANG, AND VIOLENT CRIME CONTROL STATE STRATEGY IS THE COMMISSION'S PRIMARY DECISION-MAKING TOOL FOR ALLOCATING FUNDS AND GUIDING PROJECT ACTIVITY FOR THE DGVCC PROGRAM. THE DGVCC PROGRAM UTILIZES FEDERAL, STATE, AND LOCAL FUNDING TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. IN RESPONSE TO GUN CRIME VIOLENCE REDUCTION IN ARIZONA, THE ACJC AND DGVCC PROGRAM AREA WILL UTILIZE FUNDING FROM THE STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION PROGRAM GRANT TO CONVENE A CRISIS INTERVENTION ADVISORY BOARD TO APPROVE ARIZONA’S STATE VIOLENCE REDUCTION PROGRAMS AND INITIATIVES. WITH THE ASSISTANCE OF THE ADVISORY BOARD, THE DGVCC PROGRAM WILL SEEK APPLICATIONS FOR PASS-THROUGH FUNDING ASSISTANCE TO SUPPORT STATE AND LOCAL UNITS OF GOVERNMENT WITH THE CREATION AND IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS, EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDERS, AND RELATED GUN VIOLENCE REDUCTION PROGRAMS AND INITIATIVES. THE FOLLOWING STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS WILL BE ALLOWABLE UNDER THE COMPETITIVE GRANT: EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS, INCLUDING: TRAINING FOR THOSE IMPLEMENTING ERPO PROGRAMS COMMUNICATION, EDUCATION, AND PUBLIC AWARENESS RELATED COURT-BASED, BEHAVIORAL HEALTH DEFLECTION, AND GUN SAFETY PROGRAMS AND INITIATIVES, INCLUDING: SPECIALIZED COURT-BASED PROGRAMS, INCLUDING THOSE THAT SPECIFICALLY ACCEPT CLIENTS WITH FIREARM VIOLATIONS BEHAVIORAL HEALTH DEFLECTION FOR THOSE AT RISK TO THEMSELVES OR OTHERS LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES TO SAFELY SECURE, STORE, TRACK, AND RETURN RELINQUISHED GUNS IN ADDITION, THE DGVCC PROGRAM WILL ENGAGE ACJC’S IN-HOUSE STATISTICAL ANALYSIS CENTER (SAC) TO SERVE AS A RESEARCH PARTNER FOR THE REQUIRED COOPERATION COMPONENT FOR THE PROPOSED PROJECT AND WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANALYZING AVAILABLE DATA, EVALUATING PROGRAM EFFECTIVENESS, AND USING PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT INDICATORS TO MEASURE PROGRAM OUTCOMES.
10/1/2022 9/30/2026 Prime $6,111,652.00
Connecticut EMERGENCY SERVICES AND PUBLIC PROTECTION, DEPARTMENT OF
PURPOSE OF THE PROJECT - THE PROJECT’S PURPOSE IS TO DEVELOP A STATEWIDE CGIC IN THE DEPARTMENT OF EMERGENCY SERVICES AND PUBLIC PROTECTION (DESPP). THIS CGIC WILL BE A COLLABORATION OF THE CONNECTICUT STATE POLICE (CSP), GUN TRACING TASK FORCE (GTTF), CSP WATCH CENTER, AND THE DIVISION OF SCIENTIFIC SERVICES (DSS). THE WATCH CENTER IS AN INVESTIGATIVE INTELLIGENCE GATHERING UNIT IN THE CSP DEDICATED TO GUN CRIMES AND WORKS CLOSELY WITH THE GTTF, FBI, ATF, AND THE MAJOR CITY POLICE DEPARTMENTS IN THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT. THE DSS IS THE STATE’S FORENSIC LABORATORY THAT HAS THREE NIBIN ACQUISITION UNITS - TWO OF WHICH ARE AVAILABLE TO ALL LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES 24/7. DSS WORKS CLOSELY WITH ALL THE LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES IN THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT INCLUDING FEDERAL AGENCIES, THE OFFICE OF THE CHIEF STATE’S ATTORNEY’S (OCSA), AND THE DEPARTMENT OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE’S STATE’S ATTORNEYS.   PRIMARY ACTIVITIES - THE PRIMARY ACTIVITY OF THIS PROJECT IS TO PROVIDE LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES IN THIS STATE WITH PERTINENT FORENSIC INFORMATION ASSOCIATED WITH NIBIN LEADS. CURRENTLY, NIBIN LEADS ARE DISSEMINATED TO ALL THE AGENCIES TO WHICH A GUN CRIME IS ASSOCIATED. THE CGIC WILL  COMMUNICATE FORENSIC RESULTS TO ALL THE AGENCIES INVOLVED, THAT INCORPORATES INFORMATION FROM CODIS (DNA DATABASE), AFIS (FINGERPRINT DATABASE), DRUG, ELECTRONIC EVIDENCE ANALYSIS AND OTHER FORENSIC EVIDENCE RELATED TO ALL ASSOCIATED CASES THAT WERE ESTABLISHED BY THE ORIGINAL NIBIN LEAD. IN ADDITION, DSS WILL INCORPORATE ETRACE INFORMATION FOR ALL GUNS SUBMITTED TO THE LABORATORY FOR NIBIN ENTRY. CURRENTLY, OVER 50% OF GUNS SUBMITTED HAVE NOT HAD AN ETRACE CONDUCTED. THE FUNDING WILL BE USED TO CREATE AN INTERFACE BETWEEN LAW ENFORCEMENT RECORD MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS AND THE DSS LABORATORY INFORMATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEM TO SHARE DATA. ADDITIONALLY, A RESEARCH ANALYST WILL BE FUNDED TO WORK COHESIVELY BETWEEN DSS AND THE OCSA TO COLLATE THE INTELLIGENCE DATA FROM THE WATCH CENTER/DSS TO THE STATE’S ATTORNEY’S OFFICE LINKING THE INFORMATION TO DOCKETS FOR INDIVIDUALS BEING PROSECUTED FOR GUN CRIMES.   EXPECTED OUTCOMES, SERVICE AREA, AND INTENDED BENEFICIARIES - A STATEWIDE SHARING OF NIBIN- DRIVEN INTELLIGENCE THAT IMPROVES COLLABORATION BETWEEN JURISDICTIONS THROUGH INVESTIGATIVE INFORMATION WHICH INCLUDES FORENSIC DATA AND ETRACE INFORMATION. THIS INTELLIGENCE WILL BE DISSEMINATED THROUGH THE CSP WATCH CENTER AND THE RESEARCH ANALYST TO ENHANCE INVESTIGATIONS LEADING TO MORE  PROSECUTIONS THEREFORE REDUCING THE NUMBER OF GUN CRIMES IN CONNECTICUT. PURPOSE OF THE PROJECT - THE PROJECT’S PURPOSE IS TO DEVELOP A STATEWIDE CGIC IN THE DEPARTMENT OF EMERGENCY SERVICES AND PUBLIC PROTECTION (DESPP). THIS CGIC WILL BE A COLLABORATION OF THE CONNECTICUT STATE POLICE (CSP), GUN TRACING TASK FORCE (GTTF), CSP WATCH CENTER, AND THE DIVISION OF SCIENTIFIC SERVICES (DSS). THE WATCH CENTER IS AN INVESTIGATIVE INTELLIGENCE GATHERING UNIT IN THE CSP DEDICATED TO GUN CRIMES AND WORKS CLOSELY WITH THE GTTF, FBI, ATF, AND THE MAJOR CITY POLICE DEPARTMENTS IN THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT. THE DSS IS THE STATE’S FORENSIC LABORATORY THAT HAS THREE NIBIN ACQUISITION UNITS - TWO OF WHICH ARE AVAILABLE TO ALL LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES 24/7. DSS WORKS CLOSELY WITH ALL THE LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES IN THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT INCLUDING FEDERAL AGENCIES, THE OFFICE OF THE CHIEF STATE’S ATTORNEY’S (OCSA), AND THE DEPARTMENT OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE’S STATE’S ATTORNEYS.   PRIMARY ACTIVITIES - THE PRIMARY ACTIVITY OF THIS PROJECT IS TO PROVIDE LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES IN THIS STATE WITH PERTINENT FORENSIC INFORMATION ASSOCIATED WITH NIBIN LEADS. CURRENTLY, NIBIN LEADS ARE DISSEMINATED TO ALL THE AGENCIES TO WHICH A GUN CRIME IS ASSOCIATED. THE CGIC WILL  COMMUNICATE FORENSIC RESULTS TO ALL THE AGENCIES INVOLVED, THAT INCORPORATES INFORMATION FROM CODIS (DNA DATABASE), AFIS (FINGERPRINT DATABASE), DRUG, ELECTRONIC EVIDENCE ANALYSIS AND OTHER FORENSIC EVIDENCE RELATED TO ALL ASSOCIATED CASES THAT WERE ESTABLISHED BY THE ORIGINAL NIBIN LEAD. IN ADDITION, DSS WILL INCORPORATE ETRACE INFORMATION FOR ALL GUNS SUBMITTED TO THE LABORATORY FOR NIBIN ENTRY. CURRENTLY, OVER 50% OF GUNS SUBMITTED HAVE NOT HAD AN ETRACE CONDUCTED. THE FUNDING WILL BE USED TO CREATE AN INTERFACE BETWEEN LAW ENFORCEMENT RECORD MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS AND THE DSS LABORATORY INFORMATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEM TO SHARE DATA. ADDITIONALLY, A RESEARCH ANALYST WILL BE FUNDED TO WORK COHESIVELY BETWEEN DSS AND THE OCSA TO COLLATE THE INTELLIGENCE DATA FROM THE WATCH CENTER/DSS TO THE STATE’S ATTORNEY’S OFFICE LINKING THE INFORMATION TO DOCKETS FOR INDIVIDUALS BEING PROSECUTED FOR GUN CRIMES.   EXPECTED OUTCOMES, SERVICE AREA, AND INTENDED BENEFICIARIES - A STATEWIDE SHARING OF NIBIN- DRIVEN INTELLIGENCE THAT IMPROVES COLLABORATION BETWEEN JURISDICTIONS THROUGH INVESTIGATIVE INFORMATION WHICH INCLUDES FORENSIC DATA AND ETRACE INFORMATION. THIS INTELLIGENCE WILL BE DISSEMINATED THROUGH THE CSP WATCH CENTER AND THE RESEARCH ANALYST TO ENHANCE INVESTIGATIONS LEADING TO MORE  PROSECUTIONS THEREFORE REDUCING THE NUMBER OF GUN CRIMES IN CONNECTICUT.
10/1/2022 9/30/2025 Prime $700,000.00
Phoenix, Arizona PHOENIX, CITY OF
BJA FY21 SMART POLICING INITIATIVE FOR PHOENIX POLICE DEPARTMENT
10/1/2021 9/30/2024 Prime $500,000.00
Mesa, Arizona CITY OF MESA
CITY OF MESA POLICE DEPARTMENT COLLABORATIVE APPROACH TOWARD PREVENTING HATE CRIME
10/1/2021 9/30/2024 Prime $750,000.00
Los Angeles, California CITY OF LOS ANGELES
PREVENTING AND ADDRESSING ANTI-ASIAN HATE CRIME: A DEMONSTRATION PROJECT IN LOS ANGELES
10/1/2021 9/30/2024 Prime $833,333.00
San Jose, California SAN JOSE, CITY OF
BJA FY21 COLLABORATIVE APPROACH TOWARD PREVENTING AND ADDRESSING HATE CRIME
10/1/2021 9/30/2024 Prime $833,333.00
Louisville-Jefferson County, Kentucky LOUISVILLE-JEFFERSON COUNTY METRO GOVERNMENT
LOUISVILLE METRO POLICE DEPARTMENT CRIME GUN INTELLIGENCE CENTER
10/1/2021 9/30/2024 Prime $699,632.00
Louisville, Kentucky LOUISVILLE-JEFFERSON COUNTY METRO GOVERNMENT
LOUISVILLE METRO POLICE DEPARTMENT CRIME GUN INTELLIGENCE CENTER
10/1/2021 9/30/2024 Prime $699,632.00
Detroit, Michigan DETROIT, CITY OF
FY2021 SPI: CITY OF DETROIT, MI
10/1/2021 9/30/2024 Prime $500,000.00
St. Louis, Missouri SAINT LOUIS METROPOLITAN POLICE DEPARTMENT
DATA-DRIVEN GUNFIRE HOTSPOT POLICING: EXAMINING THE EFFICACY OF REACTIVE AND PLACE-BASED PROBLEM-SOLVING APPROACHES IN REDUCING GUNFIRE IN ST. LOUIS
10/1/2021 9/30/2024 Prime $499,980.00
Charlotte, North Carolina CITY OF CHARLOTTE
CMPD FY2021 LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT CRIME GUN INTELLIGENCE CENTER INTEGRATION INITIATIVE
10/1/2021 9/30/2024 Prime $700,000.00
Cincinnati, Ohio CITY OF CINCINNATI
ENHANCE CURRENT CRIME GUN INTELLIGENCE CENTER EFFORTS TO ADDRESS PRECIPITOUS INCREASES IN GUN-RELATED VIOLENT CRIME.
10/1/2021 9/30/2024 Prime $699,994.00
Lexington-Fayette County, Kentucky LEXINGTON-FAYETTE URBAN COUNTY GOVERNMENT
THE STREET SALES TASK FORCE PROJECTS IS A DRUG TASK FORCE WITH STRONG MULTI-AGENCY COOPERATION BETWEEN THE LEXINGTON POLICE DEPARTMENT, THE FAYETTE COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY OFFICE AND THE DRUG ENFORCEMENT AGENCY IN THE INVESTIGATIONS, ARREST AND PROSECUTION OF DRUG OFFENDERS. THE GRANT FUNDS WILL BE USED FOR OVERTIME FOR LPD DETECTIVES IN THE NARCOTICS ENFORCEMENT UNIT AND INTEL TO INVESTIGATE DRUG CRIME INCLUDING DRUG OVERDOSES AND OVERDOSE FATALITIES.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Sub $30,000.00
Charleston, West Virginia CITY OF CHARLESTON
MULTI-JURISDICTIONAL TASK FORCE COMBATTING DRUG TRAFFICKING ORGANIZATIONS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2022 Sub $50,000.00
Charleston, West Virginia CITY OF CHARLESTON
CHARLESTON POLICE OFFICERS WILL CONTINUE TO BE PLACED AT CHARLESTON- AREA SCHOOLS AS PREVENTION RESOURCE OFFICERS (PROS) TO WORK WITH STUDENTS, FACULTY AND PARENTS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2022 Sub $30,000.00
Morgantown, West Virginia CITY OF MORGANTOWN, THE
THE MPD PRO PROGRAM WILL CONTINUE THE PRESENCE OF A PRO OFFICER IN TWO SCHOOLS, IN A COOPERATIVE EFFORT TO IMPROVE STUDENT'S KNOWLEDGE OF THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM AND POLICE.
10/1/2021 9/30/2022 Sub $25,000.00
Albuquerque, New Mexico CITY OF ALBUQUERQUE
THE PROGRAM WILL WORK TOWARD IDENTIFYING, DISRUPTING AND DISMANTLING DTOS, AND PREVENTING THE SALES, USE, AND RELATED CRIMES ASSOCIATED WITH ILLEGAL SUBSTANCES WITHIN LOCAL COMMUNITIES BY USING A VARIETY OF INVESTIGATIVE METHODS. JAG FUNDING WILL HELP ADDRESS THESE ISSUES LEADING TO ARRESTS, DRUG/MONEY/GUN SEIZURES, AND BOTH FEDERAL AND STATE LEVEL PROSECUTION OF CASES. THE FUNDS WILL ASSIST REGION I'S APPROACH TO SOLVING THE PROBLEMS FACING IT'S COMMUNITY THROUGH HAVING WELL-EQUIPPED, WELL-TRAINED AND EXPERIENCED OFFICERS/DEPUTIES/AGENTS WORKING TOGETHER.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Sub $128,500.00
Las Cruces, New Mexico PUBLIC SAFETY, NEW MEXICO DEPARTMENT OF
LAS CRUCES, CITY OF
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Sub $120,100.00
Santa Fe County, New Mexico COUNTY OF SANTA FE
THE DRUG PROBLEM IN REGION III IS ACCURATELY ADDRESSED IN THE 2021 ANNUAL HIDTA THREAT ASSESSMENT ON PAGE 21, WHICH IS THE SAME DRUG STRATEGY ADOPTED BY THE DEAC BOARD. REGION III CONTINUES TO FOCUS ON THE METHAMPHETAMINE PROBLEM, WHICH IS THE BIGGEST THREAT, FOLLOWED BY HEROIN AND COCAINE. REGION III DEVELOPS CASES THROUGH INTELLIGENCE, CONFIDENTIAL SOURCES AND MANY HOURS OF SURVEILLANCE. THIS LEADS TO UNDERCOVER BUYS BY AGENTS, SEARCH WARRANTS AND BUY/BUST OPERATIONS. REGION III USES JAG FUNDS TO EXECUTE THE ABOVE-LISTED ACTIVITIES IN BOTH NARCOTIC PURCHASES, INFORMANT COMPENSATION AND OVERTIME FOR PARTICIPATING AGENTS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Sub $138,410.35
Las Cruces, New Mexico CITY OF LAS CRUCES
LCPD WILL PURCHASE THE 4K TOUCH LESS LABORATORY SYSTEM AND MULTIWAVELENGTH FORENSIC TABLET FORENSIC TECHNOLOGY TO VASTLY IMPROVE THE EFFICIENCY AND EFFECTIVENESS OF COLLECTING AND ANALYZING EVIDENCE BY THE CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATIONS UNIT. THE PROPOSED SYSTEM DOES NOT USE POWDERS, CHEMICALS, AND HAS NO CHANCE OF CONTAMINATION TO EVIDENCE, INSTEAD, IT RELIES ON AN ARRAY OF ALTERNATIVE LIGHT SOURCES TO ILLUMINATE THE PRINT. THIS ALLOWS A GAUGED FINGERPRINT TO BE PHOTOGRAPHED IN 4K AND SUBMITTED TO THE STATE LAB FOR ANALYSIS. BECAUSE THE PRINT IS NEVER TOUCHED, THERE IS NO CHANCE OF CONTAMINATING DNA PRIOR TO SWABBING. THIS ALSO ALLOWS FOR THE RECOVERY OF FINGERPRINTS FROM SURFACES THAT WOULD NORMALLY HAVE A HIGH RISK OF PRINT DESTRUCTION, LIKE TEXTURED MATERIALS, SOFT MATERIALS, OR PAPER. FURTHER, THERE IS NO RISK OF DEGRADING THE FINGERPRINT WHEN LIFTING IT MAKING IT UNUSABLE. THE ALTERNATIVE LIGHT ARRAY IN THIS SYSTEM WILL ALSO DETECT BODILY FLUIDS SUCH AS BLOOD, SALIVA, AND SEMEN. ALONG WITH BODILY FLUIDS, THE SYSTEM WILL DETECT POWDERS AND CHEMICALS SUCH AS GUNSHOT RESIDUE, ALLOWING IT TO BE PHOTOGRAPHED PRIOR TO COLLECTION.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Sub $120,100.00
St. Louis County, Missouri ST LOUIS, COUNTY OF
2022 JAG
10/1/2021 9/30/2024 Sub $175,562.00
Jackson County, Missouri JACKSON COUNTY MISSOURI
2022 JAG
10/1/2021 9/30/2024 Sub $206,076.00
Chicago, Illinois CITY OF CHICAGO
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $2,454,633.00
Springfield, Illinois CITY OF SPRINGFIELD POLICE
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $95,441.00
Champaign, Illinois CITY OF CHAMPAIGN
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $75,800.00
Aurora, Illinois CITY OF AURORA POLICE DEPARTMENT
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $67,621.00
Peoria, Illinois CITY OF PEORIA
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $84,855.00
New York, New York NEW YORK, CITY OF
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $4,283,151.00
Suffolk County, New York SUFFOLK COUNTY
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $106,948.00
Nassau County, New York COUNTY OF NASSAU
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $105,137.00
Syracuse, New York CITY OF SYRACUSE
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $117,724.00
Buffalo, New York CITY OF BUFFALO
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $269,861.00
Hempstead, New York INCORPORATED VILLAGE OF HEMPSTEAD
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $29,461.00
Newburgh, New York CITY OF NEWBURGH
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $28,103.00
Utica, New York CITY OF UTICA
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $32,208.00
Troy, New York TROY COMMUNITY LAND BANK CORPORATION
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $27,439.00
Albany, New York CITY OF ALBANY
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $73,291.00
Auburn, Alabama CITY OF AUBURN, ALABAMA
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2023 Prime $19,075.00
Mobile, Alabama CITY OF MOBILE
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $163,977.00
Birmingham, Alabama CITY OF BIRMINGHAM
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $340,604.00
Montgomery, Alabama CITY OF MONTGOMERY
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $120,319.00
Tuscaloosa, Alabama CITY OF TUSCALOOSA
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $66,884.00
Anchorage, Alaska ANCHORAGE, MUNICIPALITY OF (INC)
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $478,660.00
Tucson, Arizona CITY OF TUCSON
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $377,015.00
Flagstaff, Arizona CITY OF FLAGSTAFF
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $37,337.00
Phoenix, Arizona PHOENIX, CITY OF
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $1,609,591.00
Jonesboro, Arkansas CITY OF JONESBORO
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $43,840.00
Little Rock, Arkansas CITY OF LITTLE ROCK
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $300,117.00
Los Angeles, California LOS ANGELES CITY HALL
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $2,693,286.00
San Diego, California CITY OF SAN DIEGO
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $519,782.00
San Francisco, California CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $431,291.00
San Jose, California SAN JOSE, CITY OF
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $367,516.00
Pittsburg, California PITTSBURG, CITY OF
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $34,380.00
Placer County, California COUNTY, PLACER OF
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2023 Prime $16,001.00
San Luis Obispo, California CITY OF SAN LUIS OBISPO
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2023 Prime $14,348.43
Santa Monica, California CITY OF SANTA MONICA
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $51,173.00
Santa Rosa, California SANTA ROSA, CITY OF
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $107,152.00
Vallejo, California CITY OF VALLEJO POLICE DEPARTMENT
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $142,374.00
Bakersfield, California CITY OF BAKERSFIELD
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $144,880.00
Stockton, California STOCKTON CITY OFCITY HALL
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $390,265.00
Long Beach, California LONG BEACH, CITY OF
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $204,386.00
Glendale, California CITY OF GLENDALE
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2023 Prime $16,333.00
Fresno, California FRESNO, CITY OF
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $325,212.00
Sacramento, California CITY OF SACRAMENTO
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $258,140.00
Torrance, California CITY OF TORRANCE
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2023 Prime $20,986.00
Clovis, California CITY OF CLOVIS
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2023 Prime $17,995.00
Pasadena, California CITY OF PASADENA
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $40,233.00
Denver, Colorado CITY AND COUNTY OF DENVER
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $512,118.00
Aurora, Colorado AURORA, CITY OF
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $291,475.00
Boulder, Colorado CITY OF BOULDER
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $63,075.00
Colorado Springs, Colorado COLORADO SPRINGS CITY GOVERNMENT
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $306,781.00
Hartford, Connecticut HARTFORD CITY OF POLICE DEPARTMENT
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $199,441.00
New Haven, Connecticut CITY OF NEW HAVEN
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $179,441.00
Wilmington, Delaware CITY OF WILMINGTON
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $223,454.00
Miami-Dade County, Florida MIAMI-DADE COUNTY
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $468,727.00
Miami, Florida CITY OF MIAMI
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $236,246.00
Miami Gardens, Florida CITY OF MIAMI GARDENS POLICE DEPARTMENT
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $68,005.00
Miami, Florida CITY OF NORTH MIAMI
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $42,158.00
Jacksonville, Florida CITY OF JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $493,263.00
Orlando, Florida ORLANDO, CITY OF
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $194,143.00
Sarasota, Florida SARASOTA, CITY OF
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $28,022.00
Tampa, Florida CITY OF TAMPA
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $148,863.00
Tallahassee, Florida CITY OF TALLAHASSEE
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $146,075.00
Pasco County, Florida PASCO COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $122,040.00
Dekalb County, Georgia DEKALB COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $303,670.00
Atlanta, Georgia CITY OF ATLANTA
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $451,512.00
Albany, Georgia CITY OF ALBANY GEORGIA
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $106,737.00
Savannah, Georgia CITY OF SAVANNAH
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $126,177.00
Augusta-Richmond County, Georgia AUGUSTA-RICHMOND COUNTY GOVERNMENT
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $52,106.00
Columbus, Georgia COLUMBUS GEORGIA CONSOLIDATED GOVERNMENT
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $74,900.00
Macon-Bibb County, Georgia MACON-BIBB COUNTY
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $114,536.00
Honolulu, Hawaii CITY & COUNTY OF HONOLULU
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $456,405.00
Boise, Idaho BOISE, CITY OF
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $164,487.00
Twin Falls County, Idaho COUNTY OF TWIN FALLS
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $40,338.00
Indianapolis, Indiana CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $1,030,667.00
Fort Wayne, Indiana CITY OF FORT WAYNE
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $124,215.00
Lafayette, Indiana CITY OF LAFAYETTE
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $38,458.00
Des Moines, Iowa CITY OF DES MOINES
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $175,808.00
Waterloo, Iowa CITY OF WATERLOO
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $50,327.00
Dubuque, Iowa CITY OF DUBUQUE
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2023 Prime $23,623.00
Topeka, Kansas CITY OF TOPEKA
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $57,428.00
Lexington-Fayette County, Kentucky LEXINGTON-FAYETTE URBAN COUNTY GOVERNMENT
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $144,461.00
Louisville-Jefferson County, Kentucky LOUISVILLE-JEFFERSON COUNTY METRO GOVERNMENT
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $724,021.00
Bowling Green, Kentucky BOWLING GREEN, CITY OF
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $32,568.00
Kenner, Louisiana CITY OF KENNER
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2023 Prime $12,645.00
New Orleans, Louisiana CITY OF NEW ORLEANS
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $376,258.00
Shreveport, Louisiana CITY OF SHREVEPORT
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $124,956.00
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana SHERIFF-JEFFERSON PARISH
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $101,397.00
Lake Charles, Louisiana CITY OF LAKE CHARLES
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $36,676.00
Portland, Maine CITY OF PORTLAND POLICE DEPARTMENT
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $78,650.00
Baltimore County, Maryland BALTIMORE COUNTY MARYLAND
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $391,415.00
Montgomery County, Maryland MONTGOMERY COUNTY, MARYLAND
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $130,022.00
Baltimore, Maryland BALTIMORE, CITY OF
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $926,189.00
Dorchester County, Maryland DORCHESTER, COUNTY OF
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2023 Prime $12,867.00
Boston, Massachusetts CITY OF BOSTON
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $441,825.00
Peabody, Massachusetts CITY OF PEABODY
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2023 Prime $13,502.00
Worcester, Massachusetts CITY OF WORCESTER
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $122,703.00
Grand Rapids, Michigan CITY OF GRAND RAPIDS
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $162,585.00
Kalamazoo, Michigan CITY OF KALAMAZOO
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $113,560.00
Flint, Michigan CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF FLINT
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $176,191.00
St. Paul, Minnesota CITY OF SAINT PAUL
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $265,991.00
Jackson, Mississippi CITY OF JACKSON MISSISSIPPI
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $268,637.00
Kansas City, Missouri CITY OF KANSAS CITY
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $678,136.00
St. Louis, Missouri CITY OF ST. LOUIS
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $447,642.00
St. Louis County, Missouri ST. LOUIS COUNTY, MISSOURI
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $147,528.00
Billings, Montana CITY OF BILLINGS
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $123,669.00
Missoula, Montana CITY OF MISSOULA
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $62,922.00
Omaha, Nebraska CITY OF OMAHA
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $419,168.00
Lincoln, Nebraska LINCOLN CITY OF
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $155,283.00
Wichita, Kansas CITY OF WICHITA
2022 EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG)
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Sub $241,554.00
North Las Vegas, Nevada CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $181,364.00
Reno, Nevada CITY OF RENO
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $201,762.00
Henderson, Nevada CITY OF HENDERSON
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $54,445.00
Manchester, New Hampshire CITY OF MANCHESTER
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $227,369.00
Newark, New Jersey CITY OF NEWARK NEW JERSEY
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $363,241.00
Atlantic City, New Jersey ATLANTIC CITY CITY HALL
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $51,911.00
Albuquerque, New Mexico CITY OF ALBUQUERQUE
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $687,375.00
Asheville, North Carolina CITY OF ASHEVILLE
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $80,145.00
Charlotte, North Carolina CITY OF CHARLOTTE
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $643,254.00
Durham County, North Carolina DURHAM COUNTY
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $193,287.00
Raleigh, North Carolina CITY OF RALEIGH
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $123,912.00
Greensboro, North Carolina CITY OF GREENSBORO
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $297,844.00
Rocky Mount, North Carolina CITY OF ROCKY MOUNT NORTH CAROLINA
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $43,917.00
Cass County, North Dakota COUNTY OF CASS
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $72,542.00
Grand Forks, North Dakota CITY OF GRAND FORKS
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2023 Prime $20,580.00
Cincinnati, Ohio CITY OF CINCINNATI
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $289,158.00
Cleveland, Ohio CITY OF CLEVELAND
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $690,022.00
Youngstown, Ohio CITY OF YOUNGSTOWN
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $26,353.00
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma CITY OF OKLAHOMA CITY
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $500,133.00
Tulsa, Oklahoma CITY OF TULSA
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $400,486.00
Portland, Oregon CITY OF PORTLAND
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $502,459.00
Salem, Oregon CITY OF SALEM
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $94,147.00
Allegheny County, Pennsylvania COUNTY OF ALLEGHENY
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $287,179.00
Allentown, Pennsylvania ALLENTOWN CITY HALL
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $51,236.00
Lancaster, Pennsylvania CITY OF LANCASTER MUNICIPAL BUILDING
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $49,036.00
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania CITY OF PHILADELPHIA
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $1,547,164.00
Pawtucket, Rhode Island CITY OF PAWTUCKET
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $72,132.00
Providence, Rhode Island PROVIDENCE POLICE DEPARTMENT
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $206,352.00
North Charleston, South Carolina CITY OF NORTH CHARLESTON
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $163,025.00
Summerville, South Carolina TOWN OF SUMMERVILLE
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2023 Prime $14,453.00
Columbia, South Carolina CITY OF COLUMBIA
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $83,953.00
Rapid City, South Dakota CITY OF RAPID CITY
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $118,961.00
Knoxville, Tennessee CITY OF KNOXVILLE
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $144,082.00
Shelby County, Tennessee SHELBY COUNTY GOVERNMENT
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $1,005,962.00
Chattanooga, Tennessee CITY OF CHATTANOOGA
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $167,841.00
Jackson, Tennessee CITY OF JACKSON MAYORS OFF
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $47,776.00
Clarksville, Tennessee CITY OF CLARKSVILLE
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $69,910.00
Austin, Texas CITY OF AUSTIN
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $388,889.00
Dallas, Texas DALLAS, CITY OF
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $1,168,127.00
Fort Worth, Texas CITY OF FORT WORTH
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $543,819.00
Galveston County, Texas COUNTY OF GALVESTON
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $48,210.00
Houston, Texas CITY OF HOUSTON
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $2,730,072.00
Plano, Texas CITY OF PLANO
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $70,034.00
Corpus Christi, Texas CITY OF CORPUS CHRISTI
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $206,608.00
Salt Lake City, Utah SALT LAKE CITY CORPORATION
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $350,205.00
Provo, Utah CITY OF PROVO
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $38,873.00
Murray, Utah CITY OF MURRAY
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $33,620.00
Burlington, Vermont BURLINGTON CITY TREASURES OFC
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $50,092.00
Fairfax County, Virginia COUNTY OF FAIRFAX VIRGINIA
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $128,362.00
Richmond, Virginia RICHMOND, CITY OF
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $136,816.00
Virginia Beach, Virginia CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $71,661.00
Norfolk, Virginia CITY OF NORFOLK
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $179,618.00
Chesapeake, Virginia CITY OF CHESAPEAKE
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $139,472.00
Arlington County, Virginia COUNTY OF ARLINGTON
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $45,053.94
Seattle, Washington SEATTLE POLICE DEPARTMENT
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $829,956.00
Spokane County, Washington COUNTY OF SPOKANE
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $215,223.00
Tacoma, Washington CITY OF TACOMA WASHINGTON
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $310,110.00
Charleston, West Virginia CITY OF CHARLESTON
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $71,523.00
La Crosse, Wisconsin CITY OF LA CROSSE
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2023 Prime $14,298.00
Madison, Wisconsin CITY OF MADISON
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $110,839.00
Milwaukee, Wisconsin CITY OF MILWAUKEE
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $955,716.00
Kenosha, Wisconsin CITY OF KENOSHA
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $37,147.00
Casper, Wyoming CASPER, CITY OF
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $43,166.00
Laramie County, Wyoming LARAMIE COUNTY GOVERNMENT
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $68,074.00
El Paso, Texas CITY OF EL PASO
THE EL PASO POLICE DEPARTMENT IS SEEKING TO REPLACE TWO OBSOLETE LEKTRIEVER STORAGE UNITS FOR MUGSHOT PHOTO NEGATIVES. THE DEPT. IS ALSO SEEKING TO REPLACE FOUR SCANNER UNITS THAT PRODUCE ELECTRONIC IMAGE FILES FROM PAPER DOCUMENTS. REPLACING OLD EQUIPMENT WILL ELIMINATE RISK OF IMMINENT CATASTROPHIC FAILURE OF THE EXISTING STORAGE UNITS, WHICH WOULD RENDER THE RECORDS DIVISION UNABLE TO COMPLETE TWO OF OUR MISSION ESSENTIAL TASKS. PRIVACY FILTERS TO PREVENT VIEWING OF CJIS SCREEN CONTENT ON PCS LOCATED IN WALK WAYS BARING HEAVY FOOT TRAFFIC.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Sub $0.00
Indianapolis, Indiana INDIANA STATE POLICE
THE INDIANA STATE POLICE DRUG ENFORCEMENT SECTION (DES) PROVIDES LAW ENFORCEMENT SERVICES AND ASSISTS LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES & TASK FORCES WITH DRUG RELATED CRIMINAL ACTIVITY. SPECIFICALLY, COVERT DRUG BUYS, SURVEILLANCE, INTERDICTION, DRUG DIVERSION AND WIRE INTERCEPT INVESTIGATIONS ARE THE KEY INVESTIGATIVE COMPONENTS OF THE ISP DES. THE BACKBONE OF DES IS COVERT INVESTIGATIONS. THERE IS A PART OF THE CRIMINAL ELEMENT THAT ARE OFTEN WELL INSULATED FROM TYPICAL INVESTIGATIVE EFFORTS. IN ORDER TO THOROUGHLY AND EFFECTIVELY INVESTIGATE THOSE INDIVIDUALS, COVERT METHODS ARE UTILIZED. COVERT INVESTIGATIONS TYPICALLY INVOLVE UNDERCOVER PURCHASES OF EVIDENCE, CONTROLLED PURCHASES OF EVIDENCE, AND MANY HOURS OF SURVEILLANCE. THE COVERT INVESTIGATIONS ARE VERY MANPOWER INTENSIVE AND EXPENSIVE. AS A RESULT OF THE TIME AND EFFORT PUT INTO THE INVESTIGATIONS, THEY ARE READILY ACCEPTED BY MOST PROSECUTORSÂ OFFICES AND RARELY FOUGHT IN COURT. DES RELIES HEAVILY ON CONFIDENTIAL FUNDS THAT ALLOW FOR THE PURCHASE OF EVIDENCE AND INFORMATION IN COVERT INVESTIGATIONS. THESE PURCHASES ALLOW FOR THE SUCCESSFUL PROSECUTION OF INDIVIDUALS SELLING ILLEGAL GOODS. ANOTHER EXPENSE FOR DES INVOLVES MAINTAINING A COVERT OFFICE FACILITY, A CRITICAL COMPONENT FOR THE MISSION OF ISP. THIS FACILITY PROVIDES A SAFE LOCATION FOR UNDERCOVER OFFICERS TO COMPLETE A MULTITUDE OF ACTIVITIES TO INCLUDE INVESTIGATIVE BRIEFINGS, OPERATIONAL PLANNING SESSIONS, WIRE INTERCEPTS AND IN-SERVICE TRAININGS. IN ORDER FOR SUCCESSFUL PROSECUTIONS TO OCCUR IN COVERT INVESTIGATIONS, COURTS ARE LEANING MORE HEAVILY ON VIDEO EVIDENCE OF THE CRIMES. IN ORDER TO CAPTURE VIDEO EVIDENCE, COVERT DIGITAL VIDEO RECORDERS ARE USED. MANY OF THESE INVESTIGATIONS INVOLVE CONFIDENTIAL INFORMANTS MAKING THE PURCHASES OF EVIDENCE IN A CONTROLLED MANNER. THE CONFIDENTIAL INFORMANTS ARE PROVIDED DIGITAL VIDEO RECORDERS TO CAPTURE EVIDENCE. OCCASIONALLY, SOME OF THE CONFIDENTIAL INFORMANTS BECOME TARGETS OF INVESTIGATIONS. DUE TO THIS, DES IS CONSTANTLY IN NEED OF NEW COVERT RECORDERS THAT CANNOT BE IDENTIFIED BY THE CRIMINAL ELEMENT. ANOTHER COMPONENT OF DES IS INTERDICTION. INTERDICTION AT DES INVOLVES HIGHWAY, HOTEL / MOTEL, TRUCK STOP, AND PARCEL INTERDICTION. ISP HAS A STRONG CRIMINAL INTERDICTION PRESENCE IN CENTRAL INDIANA WITH THE PLAN OF EXPANSION. HIGHWAY INTERDICTION TROOPERS TRAVEL AROUND THE STATE TO WORK WITH AND TRAIN LOCAL TROOPERS IN CURRENT INTERDICTION TECHNIQUES. HOTEL / MOTEL AND TRUCK STOP INTERDICTION ARE EFFECTIVE METHODS OF INTERCEPTING TRAVELLING CRIMINALS WHILE THEY ARE WAITING TO MAKE CONTACT WITH THEIR LOCAL CRIMINAL CONNECTIONS. PARCEL INTERDICTION INVOLVES A TROOPER ASSIGNED TO THE HOMELAND SECURITY INVESTIGATIONS PARCEL/BULK CASH SMUGGLING INTERDICTION TASK FORCE, COMPRISED OF THE INDIANA STATE POLICE, INDIANAPOLIS METROPOLITAN POLICE DEPARTMENT, U.S. CUSTOMS AND BORDER PROTECTION, AND U.S. HOMELAND SECURITY INVESTIGATIONS. THIS TASK FORCE WORKS ON A FULL-TIME BASIS WITH THE OBJECTIVE OF DISRUPTING NARCOTICS TRAFFICKERS UTILIZING PRIVATE SHIPPING COMPANIES TO CONDUCT ILLICIT BUSINESS. DRUG DIVERSION INVESTIGATIONS ARE ESSENTIAL TO SUPPRESSING THE OPIOID CRISIS. WITH IDENTIFYING AND INVESTIGATING HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS ABUSING THEIR PRESCRIPTION AUTHORITY, DES CAN REDUCE THE CHANCES OF CITIZENS GETTING EXPOSED TO ADDICTIVE OPIOIDS. WIRETAP INVESTIGATIONS ARE OCCASIONALLY UTILIZED TO INVESTIGATE AN ENTIRE CRIMINAL ORGANIZATION. THESE INVESTIGATIONS ARE LONG TERM AND EXPENSIVE, BUT VERY EFFECTIVE. IN SUMMARY, THIS PROGRAM WILL ALLOW THE ISP TO AUGMENT INVESTIGATIVE EFFORTS IN COMMUNITIES THROUGHOUT INDIANA. THIS FINANCIAL SUPPORT IS A CRITICAL COMPONENT TO THE OVERALL ISP DRUG ENFORCEMENT MISSION AND WILL BE UTILIZED IN MANY WAYS TO KEEP THE COMMUNITY AND OUR OFFICERS SAFER WHILE ALL THE WHILE REDUCING THE AMOUNT OF DRUGS AVAILABLE FOR ABUSE.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Sub $202,144.50
Indianapolis, Indiana CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS
THIS PROJECT WILL COVER COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH HOLDING THE 2023 US ATTORNEY LAW ENFORCEMENT CONFERENCE
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Sub $65,217.81
Lafayette, Indiana CITY OF LAFAYETTE
THE TIPPECANOE COUNTY DRUG TASK FORCE (TCDTF) WAS ESTABLISHED IN 1996 AND CURRENTLY CONSISTS OF TEN UNDERCOVER DETECTIVES FROM FIVE SEPARATE POLICE AGENCIES: LAFAYETTE POLICE DEPARTMENT, WEST LAFAYETTE POLICE DEPARTMENT, TIPPECANOE COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT, PURDUE POLICE DEPARTMENT, AND THE INDIANA STATE POLICE. THE TEAM'S PRIMARY MISSION IS TO INVESTIGATE ILLEGAL NARCOTIC DISTRIBUTION IN AND AROUND TIPPECANOE COUNTY. WE ALSO WORK WITH SURROUNDING COUNTIES, STATE, AND FEDERAL LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES DURING MANY OF OUR INVESTIGATIONS. OUR PROGRAMS PRIMARY OBJECTIVES DIRECTLY CORRELATE WITH THE GRANTS PRIORITY OF "RESPONDING TO THE OPIOID CRISIS", AS ALMOST HALF OUR INVESTIGATIONS INVOLVE THE ILLEGAL DISTRIBUTION OF HEROIN AND/OR FENTANYL. OUR WORK IN REMOVING DRUG DEALERS FROM OUR COMMUNITY ALSO DIRECTLY IMPACTS THE GRANT PRIORITY OF " REDUCING VIOLENT CRIMES". IT IS WIDELY ACCEPTED, THE MAJORITY OF VIOLENT CRIMES IN OUR COMMUNITY IS ASSOCIATED WITH ILLEGAL DRUG USE AND/OR DISTRIBUTION. IN 2020, THE TCDTF CONDUCTED OVER 80 CONTROLLED PURCHASES OF NARCOTICS. TO DATE IN 2022, THE TCDTF HAS CONDUCTED 77 CONTROLLED PURCHASES OF NARCOTICS. IN THE LAST FIVE YEARS, TIPPECANOE COUNTY HAS EXPERIENCED A SIGNIFICANT INCREASE IN THE NUMBER OF NARCOTIC ARRESTS. THIS TREND IS ONE OF MANY INDICATORS THAT OUR COMMUNITY HAS EXPERIENCED A SIGNIFICANT INCREASE IN DRUG DEALERS, DRUG SUPPLY, AND ILLEGAL DRUG CONSUMERS. THE REQUESTED FUNDS FROM THE JAG GRANT WILL ALLOW THE TCDTF TO BE MORE EFFECTIVE IN OUR MISSION, ALLOWING US TO EXPAND THE SIZE AND SCOPE OF OUR INVESTIGATIONS. ADDING ADDITIONAL FUNDS FOR OVERTIME AND BUY MONEY FOR CONTROLLED PURCHASES OF NARCOTICS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Sub $20,000.00
Dallas, Texas COUNTY OF DALLAS
JAG PROGRAM
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Sub $333,919.29
Illinois ILLINOIS CRIMINAL JUSTICE INFORMATION AUTHORITY
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS STATES TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $6,931,195.00
Indianapolis, Indiana CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS
TRUNARC RAPID NARCOTIC ID EQUIPMENT, DATAPILOT 10 FIELD ACQUISITION DEVICES, EXTERNAL HARD DRIVE, UNITED SHIELD HMLP, STALKER LIDAR XS-C, DURITIUM III PLATE SETS, F90 W/ TEAM WENDY CAM FIT, AXIS LAB FORESNSIC TOXICOLOGY TESTING
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Sub $506,255.00
Garland, Texas CITY OF GARLAND
FY22 EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Sub $35,628.58
Sioux Falls, South Dakota CITY OF SIOUX FALLS
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $156,384.00
Albany, New York CITY OF ALBANY
THOUGH ALBANY IS A FAIRLY SMALL CITY, IT HAS BIG-CITY VIOLENCE, WHICH IS DRIVEN PRIMARILY BY, AND CONCENTRATED DISPROPORTIONATELY IN, THE SOCIAL NETWORKS OF GANGS AND OTHER VIOLENT GROUPS. THE YOUTH/YOUNG ADULTS DRIVING THE VIOLENCE RELY ON THIRD-PARTY APPLICATIONS AND SOCIAL MEDIA PLATFORMS TO COMMUNICATE, COORDINATE GROUP ACTIONS, AND EVEN SELL/ACQUIRE WEAPONS, AND TEND NOT TO COMMUNICATE THROUGH TRADITIONAL PHONE CALLS OR SMS TEXTS. CONSEQUENTLY, CONDUCTING INVESTIGATIONS INTO THEIR SOCIAL MEDIA ACCOUNTS IS TIME CONSUMING AND INEFFICIENT. INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS WOULD HELP STRETCH LIMITED RESOURCES IN IDENTIFYING NETWORKS OF INDIVIDUALS TIED TO GUN VIOLENCE. WITH SPI SUPPORT, THE ALBANY POLICE DEPARTMENT (APD) PROPOSES TO EMPLOY A DATA-DRIVEN, TECHNOLOGY-FOCUSED, ADVANCED ANALYTIC SOLUTION – VOYAGERANALYTICS – TO ENHANCE ITS HISTORICAL INVESTIGATIONS AS WELL AS TO EXPEDITIOUSLY COLLECT AND PROCESS CRIME DATA WHEN A SHOOTING OR HOMICIDE OCCURS. THE PROJECT WILL NOT ONLY EXPAND THE CAPACITY OF APD TO CONDUCT CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS, IT WILL ALSO BUILD ON AND ENHANCE CURRENT VIOLENCE REDUCTION EFFORTS THAT INCLUDE ENFORCEMENT, INTERVENTION, AND PREVENTION, SUCH AS THE ALBANY VIOLENCE ELIMINATION PLAN (AVEP), WHICH ENCOMPASSES A CONTINUUM OF STRATEGIES TO REDUCE GUN AND OTHER VIOLENT CRIMES. APD’S VIOLENCE REDUCTION STRATEGIES REST ON A FOCUS ON THE MOST VIOLENT MEMBERS OF VIOLENT GROUPS; SUCH STRATEGICALLY FOCUSED POLICING IS ESSENTIAL IN BUILDING AND MAINTAINING PUBLIC TRUST AND CONFIDENCE. THE USE OF VOYAGERANALYTICS WILL ENABLE APD DETECTIVES TO EFFICIENTLY ACCESS RELEVANT OPEN-SOURCE SOCIAL MEDIA ACCOUNTS, COLLECT AND PRESERVE KEY PIECES OF EVIDENCE, AND MOST IMPORTANTLY, PROVIDE AN IMMEDIATE AND POTENTIALLY LIFE-SAVING RESPONSE. USING THIS NEW ADVANCE ANALYTICAL TOOL WILL HAVE THE MOST DIRECT AND NOTICEABLE IMPACTS ON INVESTIGATIONS, IT WILL ALSO ALLOW APD TO MORE EFFECTIVELY UNDERGIRD IT VIOLENCE REDUCTION STRATEGIES BY ENABLING US TO MORE COMPREHENSIVELY AND ACCURATELY IDENTIFY THOSE WHO ARE COMMITTING ACTS OF GUN VIOLENCE AND THEIR ASSOCIATES.  THE SPI RESEARCH PARTNER, THE FINN INSTITUTE, WILL CONDUCT A PROCESS AND OUTCOME EVALUATION. THE PROCESS EVALUATION WILL DESCRIBE THE PURPOSES TO WHICH THE NEW TECHNOLOGY SOFTWARE HAS BEEN PUT, ITS PERCEIVED USEFULNESS, THE FEATURES AND FUNCTIONS THAT DETECTIVES REGARD AS NOTEWORTHY OR PARTICULARLY HELPFUL, LIMITATIONS, AND ANY OBSTACLES THAT THEY ENCOUNTERED. PRE- AND POST-PROJECT OUTCOMES WILL BE STATISTICALLY COMPARED, FOCUSING ON HOMICIDES AND NONFATAL SHOOTINGS, WITH THE EXPECTATIONS THAT POST-PROJECT CASES WILL BE MORE LIKELY TO BE CLEARED BY ARREST, CLEARED IN A SHORTER TIME PERIOD, AND BASED ON INVESTIGATIONS OF A LARGER NUMBER OF SUSPECTS OR PERSONS OF INTEREST.
10/1/2021 9/30/2024 Prime $500,000.00
Anchorage, Alaska ANCHORAGE, MUNICIPALITY OF (INC)
THE MOST RECENT ALASKA VICTIMIZATION SURVEY (2015) FOUND THAT AN ESTIMATED 39% OF WOMEN RESIDING IN THE MUNICIPALITY OF ANCHORAGE HAD EXPERIENCED INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE IN THEIR LIFETIMES (UNIVERSITY OF ALASKA JUSTICE CENTER, N.D.). PAST YEAR ESTIMATES FROM THE SAME SURVEY FOUND THAT 5.3% OF MUNICIPALITY OF ANCHORAGE WOMEN — NEARLY 6,000 WOMEN — HAD EXPERIENCED PHYSICAL VIOLENCE IN THE PAST YEAR ALONE (ROSAY, 2016).  PRELIMINARY RESULTS FROM AN EXAMINATION OF 20 YEARS OF DATA FROM THE ANCHORAGE POLICE DEPARTMENT (APD) BY OUR RESEARCH PARTNER FOUND THAT INDIVIDUALS WHO REPEATEDLY EXPERIENCE AND COMMIT DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SUBSTANTIALLY CONTRIBUTED TO OVERALL DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, PARTICULARLY DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ASSAULTS, BUT THERE IS CURRENTLY NO ORGANIZED FRAMEWORK IN PLACE TO ESTIMATE RE-OFFENSE RISK AND COORDINATE RESPONSES ACROSS THE MYRIAD OF STAKEHOLDERS WITH A ROLE IN DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PREVENTION AND MITIGATION.   THE PROPOSED PROJECT, RISK AND RESPONSE: PILOT TESTING A COORDINATED COMMUNITY RESPONSE TO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE IN ANCHORAGE, WILL BRING TOGETHER LAW ENFORCEMENT, VICTIM SERVICE PROVIDERS, A RESEARCH PARTNER, AND OTHER STAKEHOLDERS TO EXPAND EVIDENCE-BASED POLICY AND PRACTICE DOMESTIC VIOLENCE. THE ANCHORAGE POLICE DEPARTMENT WILL HIRE A FULL-TIME PROJECT COORDINATOR TO ACT AS A LIAISON BETWEEN PARTNERING AGENCIES AND WILL HOLD STAKEHOLDER MEETINGS, FACILITATE COLLABORATION AND DATA COLLECTION. THROUGH A THREE-PHASE PROJECT IN PARTNERSHIP WITH OUR RESEARCH PARTNER, WE WILL IDENTIFY STAKEHOLDERS, DEVELOP A RISK ASSESSMENT METHOD FOR DOMESTIC VIOLENCE INCIDENTS, IMPLEMENT A COORDINATED RESPONSE, AND EVALUATE OUTCOMES FROM THE EFFORT. THE PROPOSED PROJECT’S OBJECTIVE IS TO REDUCE THE HARM FROM DOMESTIC VIOLENCE INCIDENTS, IMPROVE THE SYSTEMIC RESPONSE TO INDIVIDUALS AT HIGH-RISK OF EXPERIENCING OR COMMITTING DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, AND IMPROVE COORDINATION AMONG KEY DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PARTNERS.   THE PROPOSED PROJECT WILL TAKE PLACE IN ANCHORAGE, ALASKA, THE LARGEST METROPOLITAN AREA IN THE STATE OF ALASKA, WITH A LOCAL JURISDICTIONAL AREA IS COMPRISED OF 288,970 CITIZENS WITH A SERVICE AREA OF 160 SQUARE MILES. THE MUNICIPALITY OF ANCHORAGE, ANCHORAGE POLICE DEPARTMENT (APD) IS THE PRIMARY LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCY WITH RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE MUNICIPALITY OF ANCHORAGE (MOA).  IN 2018, ANCHORAGE BECAME A PROJECT SAFE NEIGHBORHOOD (PSN) TARGET ENFORCEMENT AREA.  ADDITIONALLY, ANCHORAGE BECAME A NATIONAL PUBLIC SAFETY PARTNERSHIP (PSP) SITE IN 2019. BOTH THE PSN AND PSP PARTNERSHIPS HELP TO COMBAT VIOLENT CRIME IN SITE AREAS WITH VIOLENT CRIME RATES ABOUT THE NATIONAL AVERAGE.  THE ALASKA JUSTICE INFORMATION CENTER (AJIC) IS AN ORGANIZED RESEARCH UNIT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF ALASKA ANCHORAGE JUSTICE CENTER AND WILL SERVE AS THE RESEARCH PARTNER.
10/1/2021 9/30/2024 Prime $500,000.00
Contra Costa County, California CONTRA COSTA, COUNTY OF
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $188,180.00
Boulder, Colorado CITY OF BOULDER
THE CHRONICALLY UNSHELTERED HOMELESS, WHILE NOT THE MOST PREVALENT OF INDIVIDUALS EXISTING ON THE HOMELESS CONTINUUM, TEND TO BE THE “FACE” OF PERSONS EXPERIENCING HOMELESSNESS PARTICULARLY IN URBAN SETTINGS (LEE & FARRELL, 2005). WHILE HOMELESSNESS IS NOT A CRIME, IT HAS INCREASINGLY BECOME A PUBLIC SAFETY ISSUE AS BUSINESS OWNERS, TOURISTS, COMMUTERS, AND NEIGHBORHOOD RESIDENTS LOOK TO THE POLICE TO MANAGE THE HOMELESS POPULATION. RESPONSES TO PEOPLE EXPERIENCING HOMELESSNESS MUST BE TAILORED TO THE LOCAL CONTEXT. FRAGMENTED DATA SOURCES AS WELL AS A LACK OF COORDINATION ACROSS AGENCIES HINDER EFFECTIVE RESPONSES. THE CITY OF BOULDER AND ITS RESIDENTS RECOGNIZE THAT ENCAMPMENTS CREATE BOTH COMMUNITY AND OPEN SPACE HARMS. MOREOVER, A CITYWIDE APPROACH IS COSTLY. CALLS FOR SERVICE IN BOULDER REGARDING HOMELESS-RELATED CONCERNS ARE PREVALENT. IN 2020, BOULDER POLICE DEPARTMENT (BPD) OFFICERS RESPONDED TO OVER 6500 CALLS FOR SERVICE INVOLVING HOMELESS-RELATED ISSUES. OUTSIDE OF THE POLICE DEPARTMENT SEVERAL OTHER CITY DEPARTMENTS INCLUDING PUBLIC UTILITIES, PARKS & REC, HOUSING AND HUMAN SERVICES AND OPEN SPACE ARE ALL SPENDING RESOURCES MANAGING THE HARMS AS WELL.   MUCH OF THE CHALLENGE THAT THE BPD AND CITY OF BOULDER FACE IS THE LACK OF A COORDINATED EFFORT TO COLLECT ACCURATE DATA ON ENCAMPMENTS AND THE UNHOUSED POPULATION. THIS DEFICIT MAKES IT DIFFICULT TO SERVE THE COMMUNITY BY REDUCING THE HARMS AND ASSIST THE UNHOUSED POPULATION IN TARGETING THE NECESSARY SERVICES. SIMILAR TO CITIES AROUND THE U.S., DATA COLLECTION IS OFTEN SILOED, DATA SHARING IS NOT SYSTEMATIC, AND ANALYSIS AND RESPONSE ARE LIMITED TO EACH DEPARTMENT’S RESOURCES AND PRIORITIES.   THE CITY OF BOULDER (COLORADO) POLICE DEPARTMENT PROPOSES A THREE-PHASE PROJECT TO CREATE A COORDINATED RESPONSE TO REDUCE THE HARMS RELATING TO ENCAMPMENTS AND PEOPLE EXPERIENCING HOMELESSNESS. THE THREE OVERLAPPING PHASES WILL FOCUS ON DEPARTMENTAL COORDINATION THROUGH A DESIGNATED COORDINATOR POSITION, INTEGRATED DATA AND ANALYSIS, AND STRATEGIC RESPONSES INFORMED BY PHASES 1 AND 2. THE PROJECT COORDINATOR WILL SERVE AS THE LIAISON TO EACH OF THE DEPARTMENTS, PARTNER WITH THE CITY’S INNOVATIONS AND TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT TO CREATE A CENTRALIZED WAY TO COLLECT AND MANAGE DATA, AND WORK WITH THE BPD CRIME ANALYST, STRATEGIC ADVISOR, PROJECT ADVISORY BOARD AND RESEARCH PARTNER TO IMPLEMENT THE PROJECT. THE OVERALL GOAL WILL BE TO CREATE A DATA SYSTEM TO COLLECT, SHARE, AND ANALYZE DATA ACROSS ALL RELEVANT CITY DEPARTMENTS IN ORDER TO GET A MORE COMPLETE UNDERSTANDING OF THE PROBLEMS RESULTING IN MORE EFFECTIVE RESPONSES.
10/1/2021 9/30/2024 Prime $500,000.00
Hartford, Connecticut HARTFORD CITY OF POLICE DEPARTMENT
EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE SUGGESTS THAT GUN HOMICIDES ARE CLEARED AT HIGHER RATES THAN NONFATAL SHOOTINGS BECAUSE HOMICIDE CASES BENEFIT FROM SPECIALIZED INVESTIGATORS, REDUCED DETECTIVE CASELOADS, AND SUSTAINED INVESTIGATIVE EFFORT THAT ALL LEAD TO IMPROVED EVIDENCE COLLECTION, WITNESS INTERVIEWS, AND FORENSIC ANALYSIS. APPLYING THESE INVESTIGATIVE ENHANCEMENTS TO NONFATAL SHOOTINGS COULD GENERATE SIGNIFICANT IMPROVEMENTS IN CASE CLEARANCE. THIS IS CRITICAL BECAUSE UNSOLVED SHOOTINGS FAIL TO DELIVER JUSTICE TO VICTIMS, CONTRIBUTE TO ONGOING CYCLES OF VIOLENCE, AND INCREASE THE LIKELIHOOD THAT OTHERS WILL SEEK RETRIBUTION THEMSELVES. RECOGNIZING THE NEED TO IMPROVE POLICE RESPONSE TO THESE INCIDENTS, THE HARTFORD POLICE DEPARTMENT DEVELOPED A DEDICATED SHOOTING RESPONSE TEAM (SRT). THE SRT IS A SPECIALIZED UNIT COMMITTED SOLELY TO RESPONSE AND INVESTIGATIONS OF NONFATAL SHOOTING CASES. THE CASES INVESTIGATED BY THIS UNIT BENEFIT FROM ENHANCEMENTS THAT ARE COMMON TO HOMICIDE DIVISIONS LIKE ENHANCED INVESTIGATIVE EFFORT AND COMMITTED CASE TIME FROM EXPERIENCED DETECTIVES. SINCE SECURING VICTIM AND WITNESS COOPERATION IS A KEY ELEMENT IN THE LIKELIHOOD OF CASE CLEARANCE, THIS PROGRAM ALSO EMPHASIZES A VICTIM-CENTRIC APPROACH THAT IS EXPECTED TO PLAY A VITAL ROLE IN CLEARING SHOOTING CASES. THE SRT SEEKS TO IMPROVE RESPONSES TO SHOOTINGS THROUGH SEVERAL KEY EVIDENCE-BASED ACTIVITIES. FIRST, THE SRT CREATES A TEAM OF SPECIALIZED DETECTIVES TO RAPIDLY RESPOND TO CRIME SCENES AND INVESTIGATE ALL NONFATAL SHOOTINGS. ASSIGNING DEDICATED INVESTIGATORS WILL INCREASE COMMITTED CASE TIME AND INVESTIGATIVE EFFECTIVENESS. SECOND, THE SRT ADOPTS A VICTIM-CENTRIC INVESTIGATIVE APPROACH BASED INFORMED BY PROCEDURALLY JUST TACTICS TO IMPROVE VICTIM AND WITNESS COOPERATION IN SHOOTING CASES. THIRD, THE SRT PROGRAM EMPHASIZES ONGOING ENGAGEMENT IN ADVANCED INVESTIGATIVE TRAINING TO EXPAND DETECTIVES’ SKILLSETS. FINALLY, THE SRT PROGRAM WILL FORMALIZE INVESTIGATION PROTOCOLS AND A PEER CASE REVIEW PROCESS TO ENSURE SUSTAINED INVESTIGATIVE EFFORT. THIS PROPOSAL SEEKS FUNDING FOR THE EXPANSION AND CONTINUATION OF THE SRT AND A 24-MONTH RETROSPECTIVE EVALUATION OF THIS EFFORT. THE PROCESS EVALUATION WILL FOCUS ON QUALITATIVE DATA TO HIGHLIGHT CHALLENGES AND SPOTLIGHT THE MOST BENEFICIAL POLICIES AND PRACTICES FOR USE BY OTHER POLICE DEPARTMENTS NATIONWIDE. THE IMPACT EVALUATION WILL EXPLORE WHETHER THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE SRT WAS ASSOCIATED WITH IMPROVED INVESTIGATIVE RESPONSES TO NONFATAL SHOOTINGS AND INCREASED RATES OF CASE CLEARANCE THROUGH REGRESSION MODELS AND INTERRUPTED TIME SERIES ANALYSIS. WE HOPE THAT THESE EVALUATION REPORTS CAN SERVE AS A BLUEPRINT FOR OTHER DEPARTMENTS SEEKING TO IMPROVE THEIR SHOOTING RESPONSES, REDUCE RETALIATORY INCIDENTS AND DELIVER JUSTICE TO THOSE IMPACTED BY VIOLENCE.
10/1/2021 9/30/2024 Prime $499,737.00
Winston-Salem, North Carolina CITY OF WINSTON-SALEM
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $255,662.00
Tulsa, Oklahoma CITY OF TULSA
TULSA SPI PROJECT: TESTING TECHNOLOGY TO REDUCE CRIME AND BUILD COMMUNITY TRUST THE TULSA POLICE DEPARTMENT IS COMMITTED TO REDUCING VIOLENT CRIME WITHIN THE CITY OF TULSA AS WELL AS OUR PARTNERING COMMUNITIES. THE TPD IS DEDICATED TO FOSTERING EFFECTIVE AND CONSISTENT COLLABORATIONS WITH THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF OKLAHOMA UNITED STATES ATTORNEY’S OFFICE, THE TULSA COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY’S OFFICE, AND THE TULSA COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE IN ORDER TO INCREASE PUBLIC SAFETY AND TRUST. THE TPD WILL CREATE AN INNOVATIVE, DATA DRIVEN APPROACH UTILIZING INTEGRATED INTELLIGENCE FROM TECHNOLOGY IN ORDER TO REDUCE VIOLENT CRIME IN IDENTIFIED PROJECT SAFE NEIGHBORHOOD CRIME HOT SPOTS. ALTHOUGH THE COT IS 47TH IN SIZE, THEIR VIOLENT CRIME RATE CONTINUES TO RANK IN THE TOP 30 IN THE NATION (FBI, 2019). IN 2019, THERE WERE 987 VIOLENT CRIMES PER EVERY 100,000 RESIDENTS IN THE COT, HIGHER THAN OKLAHOMA CITY, BATON ROUGE, OR CHICAGO. DESPITE IMPLEMENTING THE CRIME GUN INTELLIGENCE CENTER (CGIC) IN 2018 AND REMOVING SOME 1,543 GUNS FROM THE STREETS IN 2018 AND 1,070 BETWEEN JANUARY 1 AND OCTOBER 10, 2019, THE TPD HAS EXPERIENCED A 12% RISE IN AGGRAVATED ASSAULTS WITH FIREARMS SINCE 2017. TO ENHANCE ITS’ ABILITY TO PREVENT VIOLENT CRIMES, THE TPD WILL EMPLOY DIFFERENT INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES (I.E., MOBILE SAFETY AND CAMERA UNITS AND CLOSED-CIRCUIT TELEVISION (CCTV) IN IDENTIFIED HIGH RISK AREAS AND ENGAGE NEIGHBORHOOD GROUPS. THE SMART POLICING INITIATIVE GRANT WILL ENABLE THE DEPARTMENT TO: • REDUCE THE NUMBER OF VIOLENT CRIMES IN HIGH RISK AREAS • BUILD COMMUNITY TRUST AND POLICE LEGITIMACY • IMPROVE TIMELINESS AND SHARING OF PUBLIC SAFETY INFORMATION • IMPROVE CRIME ANALYSTS’ CAPABILITIES TO PERFORM STRATEGIC ANALYSES THE TPD PUBLIC SAFETY ANALYSIS UNIT WILL COLLABORATE WITH A RESEARCH PARTNER TO PERFORM ANALYSES ON THE PROBLEM’S UNDERLYING CAUSES. THE COMMUNITY WILL BE ENGAGED REGULARLY THROUGH NEIGHBORHOOD MEETINGS AND SURVEYS TO TRACK SENTIMENT.  THE TPD PLANS TO USE SPI PROJECT EVALUATION RESULTS TO IMPROVE INTERNAL OPERATIONS, DEMONSTRATE COST EFFECTIVENESS OF VARIOUS POLICE TECHNOLOGY, SUPPORT SUSTAINMENT OF EFFECTIVE COMPONENTS, AND TO SHARE WITH OUTSIDE STAKEHOLDERS AND THE PUBLIC.
10/1/2021 9/30/2024 Prime $426,340.00
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania CITY OF PITTSBURGH
AS PART OF THE NEW RECORDS MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (Â RMSÂ ) IMPLEMENTATION PROJECT, PITTSBURGH BUREAU OF POLICE (PBP) IS MOVING PROCESSES OFF OF CUSTOM-BUILT SOFTWARE PACKAGES AND DATABASES WHICH INCLUDES AN INVENTORY FOR SECOND-HAND ASSETS, INCLUDING STOLEN AND RECOVERED GOODS USED IN INVESTIGATIONS. THE NEW RMS DOES NOT MEET ALL OF PBPÂ S NEEDS SO THE CITY WILL BE LICENSING WITH A SOFTWARE AS A SERVICE (Â SAASÂ ) PLATFORM. PBP WILL USE ITS $79,927 SUBAWARD TOWARD THE TOTAL LICENSING AND IMPLEMENTATION COST OF THIS PROJECT.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Sub $79,327.00
Dallas, Texas CITY OF DALLAS
THE CITY OF DALLAS POLICE DEPARTMENT (DPD) IS REQUESTING FUNDING FROM THE BJA FY21 SMART POLICING INITIATIVE (SPI) GRANT OPPORTUNITY UNDER CATEGORY 1: SUPPORTING INNOVATION TO IMPLEMENT DPD’S 2021 VIOLENT CRIME REDUCTION PLAN OVER THE COURSE OF THREE YEARS. THE GOAL OF THE PROGRAM IS TO REDUCE GUN-RELATED VIOLENT CRIME THROUGHOUT THE WHOLE CITY. DPD WILL WORK WITH THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT SAN ANTONIO (UTSA) TO EVALUATE AND MONITOR THE INITIATIVE DURING THE THREE YEARS, WHICH WILL RESULT IN A FINAL REPORT. UTSA WILL SERVE AS A SUBAWARDEE AND WILL RECEIVE $128,808 FOR EVALUATION WHILE DPD WILL USE THE REMAINING $371,192 FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF THE PLAN. DPD’S SEVEN PATROL DIVISIONS ARE DIVIDED INTO 225 BEATS. FOR REPORTING AND ANALYSIS PURPOSES, BEATS ARE FURTHER DISAGGREGATED INTO 1,156 SMALL REPORTING AREAS (RAS) AND EVEN SMALLER 330’ X 330’ GRID SQUARES. AN EXAMINATION OF VIOLENT CRIME AT THE RA LEVEL REVEALS THAT THAT ROUGHLY 10% PERCENT OF DALLAS’ VIOLENT CRIME OCCURS WITHIN ONLY 14 (OR 1%) RAS. AT THE BEAT LEVEL, THE SAME FOUR BEATS HAVE BEEN AMONG THE TOP FIVE VIOLENT CRIME AREAS IN THE CITY ACROSS A TEN-YEAR PERIOD.  USING THE 2021 VIOLENT CRIME REDUCTION PLAN, DPD WILL BEGIN WITH A SHORT-TERM FOCUS ON SUBSTANTIALLY INCREASING POLICE VISIBILITY AT MICRO LOCATIONS (330’ X 330’ GRIDS) WHERE VIOLENT CRIME IS CONCENTRATED AND PRIORITIZING STREET-LEVEL DETERRENCE AND ARREST OF REPEAT OFFENDERS IN THESE AREAS. BUILDING OUTWARD, THE PLAN INCORPORATES A MID-TERM STRATEGY FOCUSED ON NETWORKS OF VIOLENT PLACES WITHIN HISTORICALLY VIOLENT AREAS OF THE CITY USING A PLACE NETWORK INVESTIGATIONS (PNI) APPROACH. FINALLY, OVER THE LONGER-TERM, DPD WILL LEAD A FOCUSED DETERRENCE STRATEGY AND COORDINATE AN URBAN BLIGHT ABATEMENT PROGRAM TO REDUCE CONDITIONS ASSOCIATED WITH VIOLENT CRIME AND HELP BREAK THE CYCLE OF VIOLENCE IN AREAS THAT HAVE LONG BEEN THE SOURCE OF MOST OF THE VIOLENCE IN DALLAS. BY IMPLEMENTING THESE STRATEGIES, THE DPD SEEKS TO ACCOMPLISH THE FOLLOWING GOALS: • REVERSE THE INCREASING TREND IN REPORTED VIOLENT CRIME • REDUCE THE ANNUAL NUMBER OF VICTIMS OF VIOLENT CRIME • INCREASE COMMUNITY TRUST AND ENGAGEMENT WITH THE DPD TO FACILITATE SOLVING CRIMES OF VIOLENCE AND SUCCESSFULLY PROSECUTING VIOLENT OFFENSES • IMPROVE PLACE-BASED CONDITIONS THAT CONTRIBUTE TO VIOLENCE
10/1/2021 9/30/2024 Prime $500,000.00
Williamson County, Texas WILLIAMSON COUNTY
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2023 Prime $13,845.00
Arizona CRIMINAL JUSTICE COMMISSION ARIZONA
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS STATES TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $4,183,559.00
Alabama ECONOMIC AND COMMUNITY AFFAIRS, ALABAMA DEPARTMENT OF
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS STATES TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $3,687,918.00
Alaska ALASKA DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS STATES TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $922,245.00
South Burlington, Vermont CITY OF SOUTH VT BURLINGTON
THE GOALS OF THIS PROJECT ARE: 1. TO DISRUPT ILLICIT DRUG TRAFFICKING THROUGH AN EFFECTIVE DRUG TASK FORCE ENFORCEMENT STRATEGY. 2. TO PROVIDE AN EFFECTIVE MEANS OF IDENTIFYING PEOPLE AND PLACES FREQUENTLY INVOLVED IN DRUG TRANSACTIONS. 3. TO ENGAGE IN ACTIVE DRUG ENFORCEMENT TO DETER CRIMINAL ACTIVITY WITHIN OUR COMMUNITY AND STATE. 4. DISRUPT REGIONAL DRUG SUPPLY NETWORKS BY IDENTIFYING AND ARRESTING DRUG VIOLATORS. ACTIVITY TO BE PERFORMED: 1. TO PARTICIPATE IN A COMPREHENSIVE UNDERCOVER OPERATION WITH THE VERMONT DRUG TASK FORCE. 2. TO INFILTRATE AND DISRUPT DRUG NETWORKS BY UTILIZING UNDERCOVER TECHNIQUES AND INDIVIDUALS UNKNOWN TO THE DRUG TRAFFICKERS. 3. OBTAIN ALL NECESSARY EVIDENCE NEEDED TO SUCCESSFULLY INVESTIGATE AND PROSECUTE DRUG VIOLATORS WITH THE STATE
10/1/2021 9/30/2024 Sub $101,280.00
St. Petersburg, Florida ST PETERSBURG, CITY OF
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS STATES AND UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES,CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4)CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; AND 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION) AND 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS. THIS JAG AWARD WILL BE USED TO SUPPORT CRIMINAL JUSTICE INITIATIVES THAT FALL UNDER ONE OR MORE OF THE ALLOWABLE PROGRAM AREAS ABOVE. FUNDED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES MAY INCLUDE MULTIJURISDICTIONAL DRUG AND GANG TASK FORCES, CRIME PREVENTION, AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PROGRAMS, COURTS, CORRECTIONS, TREATMENT, JUSTICE INFORMATION-SHARING INITIATIVES, OR OTHER PROGRAMS AIMED AT REDUCING CRIME AND/OR ENHANCING PUBLIC/OFFICER SAFETY. TO PROVIDE AN OPPORTUNITY TO CONTRIBUTE TO A DECREASE IN VIOLENT CRIME, SPPD WILL REMAIN PROACTIVE IN ITS PUBLIC SAFETY MISSION AND WILL CONTINUE TO UTILIZE JAG FUNDS TO SUPPORT THESE CRIME-REDUCING INITIATIVES THAT ADDRESS SPECIFIC CRIME-RELATED ISSUES THROUGHOUT THE CITY. THE SPPD PUBLIC SAFETY STRATEGY AND COMMUNITY POLICING EFFORTS CONSUME SIGNIFICANT RESOURCES. TO REDUCE CRIME AND EFFECTIVELY RESOLVE ISSUES THAT AFFECT THE QUALITY OF LIFE IN THE CITY NEIGHBORHOODS, JAG-FUNDED DOLLARS WILL BE USED TO SUPPORT TARGETED ENFORCEMENT ACTIVITIES, CRIME PREVENTION PROGRAMS, AND COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS. LAW ENFORCEMENT WILL CONTINUE TO FIND INNOVATIVE WAYS TO STOP THE FLOW OF DRUGS AND CRIME IN COMMUNITIES. IF THIS PROBLEM IS NOT CONTINUALLY ADDRESSED THROUGH INVESTIGATIONS, ARRESTS, AND PROSECUTION, THE NUMBER OF MAJOR CRIMES AND NARCOTIC USE MAY RISE.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Sub $91,021.50
Cleveland, Ohio CITY OF CLEVELAND
THE PURPOSE OF THE CGNL TASK FORCE IS TO BRING TOGETHER STATE, FEDERAL AND LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENTS AND INVESTIGATORS IN COLLOCATED SPACE, ADJACENT TO FEDERAL PROSECUTORS, WITH CLOSE COMMUNICATION WITH LOCAL PROSECUTORS TO ENSURE THAT THE MOST SOPHISTICATED INVESTIGATIVE AND PROSECUTORIAL RESOURCES ARE DIRECTED AGAINST ORGANIZED DRUG TRAFFICKING GROUPS. THE COLLOCATION OF THE INVESTIGATORS FOSTERS THE DEVELOPMENT OF INTELLIGENCE IN A TIMELY FASHION WHICH HELPS TO FACILITATE THE UTILIZATION OF THE INFORMATION AND PROVIDES MAXIMUM FLEXIBILITY IN SELECTING THE MEANS MOST LIKELY TO RESULT IN THE DISRUPTION OR DISMANTLING OF ORGANIZED CRIMINAL ACTIVITY. LIKE MOST MAJOR METROPOLITAN AREAS, GREATER CLEVELAND EXPERIENCES UNACCEPTABLE NARCOTICS-RELATED VIOLENT CRIME INCLUDING HOMICIDES, ASSAULTS, BURGLARIES, AND OTHER RELATED CRIMES. EXPERIENCE HAS DEMONSTRATED THAT THE CHALLENGES PRESENTED BY THE MORE SOPHISTICATED OF THESE TRAFFICKING GROUPS ARE BEYOND THE CAPABILITY OF ANY ONE LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCY. HOWEVER, THE COORDINATED APPROACH MADE POSSIBLE BY CGNL ALLOWS FOR THE FULL IMPLEMENTATION OF SOPHISTICATED INVESTIGATIVE TECHNIQUES AND PROVIDES THE RESOURCES NECESSARY TO RESPOND TO THIS CHALLENGE. HEROIN HAS EMERGED TO BE THE DOMINATE DRUG PREFERRED BY DRUG TRAFFICKERS. METHAMPHETAMINE ABUSE IS INCREASING. IMPORTATION AND SALES OF BULK MARIJUANA REMAINS HIGH DUE TO THE RELATIVELY LOW PENALTIES AND HIGH PROFIT MARGINS. BECAUSE OF ITS STRATEGIC LOCATION, THE GREATER CLEVELAND AREA IS INCREASINGLY IDENTIFIED AS A TRANSSHIPMENT POINT FOR NARCOTICS, WHICH REACH OTHER COMMUNITIES WITHIN OHIO. IN ADDITION, DUE TO THE LEGALIZATION OF MARIJUANA IN CALIFORNIA, COLORADO AND OREGON, GREATER CLEVELAND HAS SEEN AN INCREASE IN THE AVAILABILITY OF MARIJUANA IN MANY DIFFERENT FORMS SUCH AS WAX, EDIBLES, OILS AND BUTTERS AND CAPSULES. THE TASK FORCE TARGETS ORGANIZED GANGS PERPETRATING THESE TYPES OF CRIMES AND OTHER ENTRENCHED SOPHISTICATED ORGANIZED NARCOTICS TRAFFICKING GROUPS OPERATING IN THE GREATER CLEVELAND AREA; ESPECIALLY THOSE ORGANIZED DRUG GANGS WITH A PROPENSITY FOR VIOLENCE. NOT SURPRISINGLY, LAW ENFORCEMENT IN THE CUYAHOGA COUNTY AREA CONTINUES TO IDENTIFY DRUG TRAFFICKING AND ITS RELATED VIOLENCE AS THE MAJOR CRIME PROBLEM FACING THE COMMUNITY. FENTANYL IS SHIPPED FROM OVERSEAS, CONTRIBUTING TO DTOS PROFITING OFF THE DISEASE OF ADDICTION AND CAUSING CLEVELAND TO SEE HUNDREDS OF FATAL AND NON-FATAL OVERDOSES EVERY YEAR.
10/1/2021 9/30/2026 Sub $71,999.95
Kauai County, Hawaii KAUAI, COUNTY OF
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $37,060.00
Reno, Nevada RENO, CITY OF
THE REGIONAL GANG UNIT, A MULTI-AGENCY GANG TASK FORCE IS REQUESTING $68,000 AND WILL ADDRESS THE SHORTFALLS OF INTELLIGENCE GATHERING, INFORMATION SHARING, SUPPRESSION, AND DIVERSION/DETERRENCE THAT WASHOE COUNTY AND OUR NORTHERN NEVADA REGION IS EXPERIENCING. THIS PROJECT INTENDS TO ESTABLISH SUSTAINABLE OPERATIONS, COLLABORATION WITH OTHER AGENCIES, AND METHODS OF INFORMATION SHARING AMONGST THE STAKEHOLDERS OF THIS PROGRAM IN ORDER TO POSITIVELY IMPACT THE EFFECTIVENESS THAT LAW ENFORCEMENT HAS ON GANG CRIMES IN THE NORTHERN NEVADA REGION. THE REGIONAL GANG UNITÂ S (RGU) SUCCESS IS HIGHLY DEPENDENT ON THE INTELLIGENCE IT GENERATES, AS WELL AS ITS EFFORTS TO REDUCE VIOLENT CRIMES THROUGH PROACTIVE ENFORCEMENT. OUR SUPPRESSION EFFORTS HAVE PROVEN TO BE VITAL IN REDUCING OR STOPPING CONTINUED VIOLENCE AND/OR RETALIATION, WHEN VIOLENT CRIMES INVOLVING GANGS OCCUR. INTELLIGENCE IS DIRECTLY RELATED TO CRIME CLEARANCE RATES. THIS PROJECT WILL ALLOW RGU TO WORK CLOSELY WITH NEIGHBORING AGENCIES TO ESTABLISH PROGRAMS IN THEIR JURISDICTION, WHILE SIMULTANEOUSLY IMPROVING THE COLLECTION AND DISSEMINATION OF INTELLIGENCE THAT IS VITAL IN IMPACTING GANG VIOLENCE. DIVERSION PROGRAMS AND EFFORTS CAN ALSO BE SHARED WITH NEIGHBORING PARTNERS TO MITIGATE GANG RECRUITMENT.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Sub $68,000.00
Las Cruces, New Mexico CITY OF LAS CRUCES
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $59,381.00
Lexington-Fayette County, Kentucky LEXINGTON-FAYETTE URBAN COUNTY GOVERNMENT
THE LEXINGTON STREET SALES PROJECT IS A DRUG TASK FORCE WITH STRONG MULTI-AGENCY COOPERATION BETWEEN THE LEXINGTON POLICE DEPARTMENT, THE FAYETTE COMMONWEALTHÂ S ATTORNEY OFFICE AND THE DRUG ENFORCEMENT ADMINISTRATION. THESE AGENCIES WORK TOGETHER IN THE INVESTIGATING, APPREHENSION AND PROSECUTION OF DRUG OFFENSES. ANY AWARDED GRANT FUNDS WILL BE USED FOR OVERTIME FOR LPD DETECTIVES IN THE NARCOTICS ENFORCEMENT UNIT AND INTEL UNIT TO INVESTIGATE DRUG OFFENSES INCLUDING FATAL OVERDOSES.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Sub $30,000.00
Charleston, West Virginia CITY OF CHARLESTON
THESE FUNDS WILL BE UTILIZED TO SUPPORT THE METROPOLITAN DRUG ENFORCEMENT NETWORK TEAM.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Sub $50,000.00
Morgantown, West Virginia CITY OF MORGANTOWN
THESE FUNDS WILL PROVIDE ONE OR MORE UNIFORMED OFFICERS TO ACT AS A MENTOR, ROLE MODEL, AND ADVOCATE FOR STUDENTS AT MOUNTAINEER MIDDLE AND SUNCREST MIDDLE SCHOOLS. THE OFFICER(S) WILL PROVIDE COURSE INSTRUCTION ON TOPICS SUCH AS DRUG AND ALCOHOL AWARENESS, SOCIAL SKILLS, AND CONFLICT RESOLUTION.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Sub $15,000.00
Delaware EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR OF DELAWARE
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS STATES TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $1,006,656.00
Delaware EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR OF DELAWARE
2021 DELAWARE BJAG FOR LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT
10/1/2021 9/30/2023 Prime $972,844.00
Florida FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF LAW ENFORCEMENT
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS STATES TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $11,281,154.00
Florida FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF LAW ENFORCEMENT
THE SUBRECIPIENT WILL USE JAG FUNDS UNDER FEDERAL PROGRAM AREA 01 TO SUPPORT THE FDLE DNA DATABASE AND OTHER CRIME LAB SERVICES.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Sub $419,819.00
Florida FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF LAW ENFORCEMENT
THE SUBRECIPIENT WILL USE JAG FUNDS UNDER FEDERAL PROGRAM AREA 01 TO PROVIDE OVERTIME, FRINGE BENEFITS, EQUIPMENT, TRAVEL, AND SOFTWARE IN SUPPORT OF ITS ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE SUPPORT TEAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Sub $386,693.00
Florida DEPARTMENT OF MILITARY FLORIDA
THE RECIPIENT WILL USE JAG FUNDS UNDER FEDERAL PROGRAM AREA 01 TO PURCHASE CAMERA KITS WITH ZOOM LENSES, WOUND CUBES, AMMUNITION, AND A TOURNIQUET TRAINER.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Sub $35,354.00
Springfield, Massachusetts CITY OF SPRINGFIELD
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $149,876.00
Akron, Ohio AKRON, CITY OF
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $185,889.00
Camden County, New Jersey COUNTY OF CAMDEN
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $201,480.00
Los Angeles County, California LA COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF ARTS A
THE OVERALL GOAL OF THE COUNTY'S CRIME REDUCTION AND PUBLIC SAFETY IMPROVEMENT INITIATIVE IS TO REDUCE CRIME AND IMPROVE PUBLIC SAFETY. PERSONAL AND COMMUNITY SAFETY IS RECOGNIZED AS BEING ONE OF OUR MOST BASIC NEEDS. THE COUNTY HAS BEEN WORKING IN A COOPERATIVE EFFORT WITH VARIOUS JUSTICE AND LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES TO TARGET STREET GANGS WITH THE USE OF SEARCH WARRANTS, ARRESTS, AND THE SEIZURE OF FIREARMS AND WEAPONS. IT IS MOST IMPORTANT FOR PERPETRATORS OF VIOLENT GANG CRIMES TO BE IDENTIFIED, ARRESTED, PROSECUTED, AND CONVICTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH LAW. THIS IS DONE TO PROTECT THE PUBLIC FROM CRIME THAT CAN RUIN THE LOCAL ECONOMY, AND HAVE A NEGATIVE IMPACT ON THE QUALITY OF LIFE FOR ALL PERSONS. DEVELOPING SPECIFIC STRATEGIES THAT TARGET AND FOCUS ON VERTICAL GANG PROSECUTION PROGRAMS WILL SUPPRESS ORGANIZED CRIMINAL GANG BEHAVIOR AND CONTROL THE IMPACT OF GANGS ON OUR COMMUNITY. ANOTHER COMPONENT OF THE COUNTY'S INITIATIVE IS THE MANAGEMENT OF PROBATIONERS IN ORDER TO PREVENT NEW CRIMES. THE COUNTY'S PROBATION DEPARTMENT ADMINISTERS A VARIETY OF SERVICES TO HEIGHTEN AND PROMOTE PUBLIC SAFETY. COUNTY PROBATION OFFICERS WORK IN A COLLABORATIVE MANNER WITH OTHER LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES TO PREVENT AND REDUCE CRIMINAL BEHAVIOR BY HOLDING PROBATIONERS ACCOUNTABLE THROUGH CASE MANAGEMENT, SUPERVISION, AND MONITORING. PUBLIC SAFETY IS ENHANCED WHEN OFFENDERS ARE HELD ACCOUNTABLE AND REDIRECTED FROM DELINQUENT AND CRIMINAL BEHAVIOR. STRATEGIES TO POSITIVELY IMPACT THE BEHAVIOR OF PROBATIONERS AND AT-RISK YOUTH THROUGH EARLY INTERVENTION AND SUPPRESSION PROGRAMS ARE A KEY ELEMENT OF LOS ANGELES COUNTY'S CRIME REDUCTION AND PUBLIC SAFETY IMPROVEMENT INITIATIVE.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Sub $1,175,619.34
Los Angeles, California LA COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF ARTS A
THE OVERALL GOAL OF THE COUNTY'S CRIME REDUCTION AND PUBLIC SAFETY IMPROVEMENT INITIATIVE IS TO REDUCE CRIME AND IMPROVE PUBLIC SAFETY. PERSONAL AND COMMUNITY SAFETY IS RECOGNIZED AS BEING ONE OF OUR MOST BASIC NEEDS. THE COUNTY HAS BEEN WORKING IN A COOPERATIVE EFFORT WITH VARIOUS JUSTICE AND LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES TO TARGET STREET GANGS WITH THE USE OF SEARCH WARRANTS, ARRESTS, AND THE SEIZURE OF FIREARMS AND WEAPONS. IT IS MOST IMPORTANT FOR PERPETRATORS OF VIOLENT GANG CRIMES TO BE IDENTIFIED, ARRESTED, PROSECUTED, AND CONVICTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH LAW. THIS IS DONE TO PROTECT THE PUBLIC FROM CRIME THAT CAN RUIN THE LOCAL ECONOMY, AND HAVE A NEGATIVE IMPACT ON THE QUALITY OF LIFE FOR ALL PERSONS. DEVELOPING SPECIFIC STRATEGIES THAT TARGET AND FOCUS ON VERTICAL GANG PROSECUTION PROGRAMS WILL SUPPRESS ORGANIZED CRIMINAL GANG BEHAVIOR AND CONTROL THE IMPACT OF GANGS ON OUR COMMUNITY. ANOTHER COMPONENT OF THE COUNTY'S INITIATIVE IS THE MANAGEMENT OF PROBATIONERS IN ORDER TO PREVENT NEW CRIMES. THE COUNTY'S PROBATION DEPARTMENT ADMINISTERS A VARIETY OF SERVICES TO HEIGHTEN AND PROMOTE PUBLIC SAFETY. COUNTY PROBATION OFFICERS WORK IN A COLLABORATIVE MANNER WITH OTHER LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES TO PREVENT AND REDUCE CRIMINAL BEHAVIOR BY HOLDING PROBATIONERS ACCOUNTABLE THROUGH CASE MANAGEMENT, SUPERVISION, AND MONITORING. PUBLIC SAFETY IS ENHANCED WHEN OFFENDERS ARE HELD ACCOUNTABLE AND REDIRECTED FROM DELINQUENT AND CRIMINAL BEHAVIOR. STRATEGIES TO POSITIVELY IMPACT THE BEHAVIOR OF PROBATIONERS AND AT-RISK YOUTH THROUGH EARLY INTERVENTION AND SUPPRESSION PROGRAMS ARE A KEY ELEMENT OF LOS ANGELES COUNTY'S CRIME REDUCTION AND PUBLIC SAFETY IMPROVEMENT INITIATIVE.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Sub $1,175,619.34
Los Angeles, California COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES
THE PRIMARY PURPOSE OF CLEAR IS TO FACILITATE THE RECOVERY OF TARGETED GANG-INFESTED COMMUNITIES THROUGH COLLABORATION BETWEEN CRIMINAL JUSTICE AGENCIES INCLUDING THE LOS ANGELES POLICE DEPARTMENT (LAPD), LOS ANGELES COUNTY PROBATION DEPARTMENT, LOS ANGELES CITY ATTORNEY, LOS ANGELES COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY, CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS, AND LOS ANGELES MAYOR⠬ ¢S OFFICE. THROUGH COMMUNITY IMPACT TEAMS, CLEAR ENGAGES RESIDENTS OF EACH CLEAR SITE INTEGRATING RESIDENT INPUT TO IMPROVE QUALITY OF LIFE ISSUES. THERE ARE CURRENTLY 9 CLEAR SITES, LOCATED IN THE FOLLOWING LAPD DIVISIONS: NORTHEAST, NEWTON, SOUTHEAST, FOOTHILL, SOUTHWEST, HOLLENBECK/BOYLE HEIGHTS, HOLLENBECK/RAMONA GARDENS, RAMPART, AND 77TH. EACH CLEAR SITE IS ASSIGNED A DEPUTY CITY ATTORNEY, A DEPUTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY, AND PROBATION OFFICER, IN ADDITION TO 1 DETECTIVE, 1 SERGEANT, AND 8 POLICE OFFICERS. PROJECT IDENTIFIERS:GANGS, VIOLENCE-VIOLENT CRIME, COMMUNITY PROSECUTION.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Sub $505,337.70
Los Angeles County, California COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES
THE PRIMARY PURPOSE OF CLEAR IS TO FACILITATE THE RECOVERY OF TARGETED GANG-INFESTED COMMUNITIES THROUGH COLLABORATION BETWEEN CRIMINAL JUSTICE AGENCIES INCLUDING THE LOS ANGELES POLICE DEPARTMENT (LAPD), LOS ANGELES COUNTY PROBATION DEPARTMENT, LOS ANGELES CITY ATTORNEY, LOS ANGELES COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY, CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS, AND LOS ANGELES MAYOR⠬ ¢S OFFICE. THROUGH COMMUNITY IMPACT TEAMS, CLEAR ENGAGES RESIDENTS OF EACH CLEAR SITE INTEGRATING RESIDENT INPUT TO IMPROVE QUALITY OF LIFE ISSUES. THERE ARE CURRENTLY 9 CLEAR SITES, LOCATED IN THE FOLLOWING LAPD DIVISIONS: NORTHEAST, NEWTON, SOUTHEAST, FOOTHILL, SOUTHWEST, HOLLENBECK/BOYLE HEIGHTS, HOLLENBECK/RAMONA GARDENS, RAMPART, AND 77TH. EACH CLEAR SITE IS ASSIGNED A DEPUTY CITY ATTORNEY, A DEPUTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY, AND PROBATION OFFICER, IN ADDITION TO 1 DETECTIVE, 1 SERGEANT, AND 8 POLICE OFFICERS. PROJECT IDENTIFIERS:GANGS, VIOLENCE-VIOLENT CRIME, COMMUNITY PROSECUTION.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Sub $505,337.70
Carson City, Nevada CITY OF CARSON CITY
TRI-NET IS A MULTI-JURISDICTIONAL NARCOTIC ENFORCEMENT TEAM WHICH SERVES TWO RURAL COUNTIES IN NORTHERN NEVADA, CARSON CITY AND DOUGLAS COUNTY. GRANT FUNDS OF $80,000 WILL PARTIALLY FUND TWO DETECTIVE POSITIONS, ONE FOR THE CARSON CITY SHERIFFÂ S OFFICE AND ONE FOR THE DOUGLAS COUNTY SHERIFFÂ S OFFICE, TO ADDRESS THE PROBLEM OF THE SKYROCKETING USE OF ILLICIT NARCOTICS AND OPIOIDS. TRI-NET INVESTIGATES ILLICIT NARCOTICS AND PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY PILL / FRAUD CASES, AND MAKES ARRESTS TO PROSECUTE LEADERS OF DRUG ORGANIZATIONS. EMERGING LETHAL DRUGS LIKE FENTANYL AND CARFENTANIL THREATEN PUBLIC SAFETY AND THE COMMUNITY. TO SAVE LIVES AND PROTECT LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS, BANNED SUBSTANCES NEED TO BE SAFELY REMOVED FROM THESE COMMUNITIES.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Sub $80,000.00
Carson City, Nevada CITY OF CARSON CITY
THE CARSON CITY SHERIFF'S OFFICE WILL UTILIZE $25,000.00 TO SUPPORT THE BPHO POSITION. THIS SPECIALIZED DEPUTY WILL FOCUS EFFORTS SOLELY ON THOSE WHO ARE IN CRISIS, THEIR FAMILY, AND WILL COLLABORATE WITH BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES. THIS PEACE OFFICER WILL USE THE UNIQUE POSITION AS A FIRST RESPONDER TO IMPLEMENT EVIDENCE BASED DECISIONS AND BRIDGE THE GAPS BETWEEN CURRENT PROGRAMS AND WITHIN THE BEST PRACTICES. THIS PROGRAM ADDRESSES THE ESCALATING CHALLENGES FACING LAW ENFORCEMENT WHEN CONTACTING INDIVIDUALS WITH BEHAVIORAL HEALTH ISSUES AND THOSE SUFFERING AN IMMEDIATE CRISIS. THE PROGRAM WILL PROVIDE FOR APPROPRIATE DIVERSION FROM ARREST AND REDUCTION OF DAYS IN JAIL FOR THE TARGET POPULATION.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Sub $25,000.00
Iowa City, Iowa CITY OF IOWA CITY
TASK FORCE
10/1/2021 9/30/2023 Sub $95,000.00
Waterloo, Iowa CITY OF WATERLOO
TASK FORCE
10/1/2021 9/30/2023 Sub $179,000.00
Dubuque, Iowa COUNTY OF DUBUQUE
TASK FORCE
10/1/2021 9/30/2023 Sub $70,000.00
Las Cruces, New Mexico CITY OF LAS CRUCES
TO PURCHASE AND TRAIN STAFF IN THE USE OF BUMPERS AND PIT BARS WITHIN 6 MONTHS OF THE GRANT AWARD.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Sub $1,953,303.00
Santa Fe, New Mexico COUNTY OF SANTA FE
TO IDENTIFY, QUANTIFY AND RESPOND TO EMERGING HEROIN/FENTANYL, COCAINE, AND METHAMPHETAMINE DRUG PROBLEMS WITHIN REGION III UTILIZING COVERT NARCOTIC OPERATIONS AND INVESTIGATION, UTILIZING INTELLIGENCE, UNDERCOVER BUYS AND CONFIDENTIAL INFORMANTS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Sub $160,000.00
Santa Fe County, New Mexico COUNTY OF SANTA FE
TO IDENTIFY, QUANTIFY AND RESPOND TO EMERGING HEROIN/FENTANYL, COCAINE, AND METHAMPHETAMINE DRUG PROBLEMS WITHIN REGION III UTILIZING COVERT NARCOTIC OPERATIONS AND INVESTIGATION, UTILIZING INTELLIGENCE, UNDERCOVER BUYS AND CONFIDENTIAL INFORMANTS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Sub $160,000.00
Flint, Michigan MONTROSE CHARTER TOWNSHIP
THE FLINT AREA NARCOTICS GROUP (FANG) WAS ESTABLISHED IN 1985, APPROXIMATELY 37 YEARS AGO. FANG HAS BEEN AND CONTINUES TO BE THE MOST SUCCESSFUL MULTI-JURISDICTIONAL DRUG TASK FORCE OPERATING IN GENESEE COUNTY AND THE STATE OF MICHIGAN. IF THIS APPLICATION IS APPROVED, FANG WILL WORK WITH ITS PARTNERS IN THE GENESEE COUNTY LAW ENFORCEMENT COMMUNITY TO TARGET LOW, MID-LEVEL, AND UPPER-LEVEL DRUG DEALERS/CONSPIRACIES. THIS INITIATIVE WILL ADDRESS THOSE ISSUES AND INDIVIDUALS WHO HAVE AN ADVERSE IMPACT ON THE QUALITY OF LIFE FOR THE 404,208 CITIZENS OF THE COMMUNITIES FANG SERVES.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Sub $102,048.00
Kent, Washington CITY OF KENT, WASHINGTON
MULTI-JURISDICTIONAL INVESTIGATION AND PROSECUTION OF DRUG, GANG AND VIOLENT CRIME; ACTIVITY NORMALLY BEYOND THE CAPACITY OF LOCAL JURISDICTIONS TO ADEQUATELY PURSUE AS PART OF EXISTING OPERATIONS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Sub $135,000.00
Kent, Washington CITY OF KENT, WASHINGTON
MULTI-JURISDICTIONAL INVESTIGATION AND PROSECUTION OF DRUG, GANG AND VIOLENT CRIME; ACTIVITY NORMALLY BEYOND THE CAPACITY OF LOCAL JURISDICTIONS TO ADEQUATELY PURSUE AS PART OF EXISTING OPERATIONS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Sub $135,000.00
Lexington-Fayette County, Kentucky LEXINGTON-FAYETTE URBAN COUNTY GOVERNMENT
THE LEXINGTON STREET SALES PROJECT IS A DRUG TASK FORCE WITH STRONG MULTI-AGENCY COOPERATION BETWEEN THE LEXINGTON POLICE DEPARTMENT, THE FAYETTE COMMONWEALTHÂ S ATTORNEY OFFICE AND THE DRUG ENFORCEMENT ADMINISTRATION. THESE AGENCIES WORK TOGETHER IN THE INVESTIGATING, APPREHENSION AND PROSECUTION OF DRUG OFFENSES. ANY AWARDED GRANT FUNDS WILL BE USED FOR OVERTIME FOR LPD DETECTIVES IN THE NARCOTICS ENFORCEMENT UNIT AND INTEL UNIT TO INVESTIGATE DRUG OFFENSES INCLUDING FATAL OVERDOSES.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Sub $30,000.00
Santa Ana, California SANTA ANA, CITY OF
THE SANTA ANA POLICE DEPARTMENT WOULD LIKE TO USE THE FUNDS TO PROVIDE FOR GANG ENFORCEMENT ACTIVITY WITH SUPPRESSION DETAILS WORKING OVERTIME TO TARGET SPECIFIC ENFORCEMENT OF GANG MEMBERS INVOLVED IN VIOLENT BEHAVIOR. THE DEPARTMENT ALSO PLANS TO USE THE FUNDS TO PROVIDE A POLICE ATHLETIC AND ACTIVITIES LEAGUE (PAAL) PROGRAM. PAAL IS A COMPREHENSIVE COMMUNITY PROGRAM THAT BUILDS A BOND BETWEEN YOUTH AND POLICE THROUGH EDUCATION, FITNESS, AND ACTIVITIES. THE GOAL IS TO REDUCE CRIMINAL ACTIVITY AND INCREASE PUBLIC SAFETY THROUGH ENHANCED ENFORCEMENT, EDUCATIONAL EFFORTS, AND YOUTH VIOLENCE INTERVENTION.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Sub $102,441.00
Anaheim, California CITY OF ANAHEIM
THE ANAHEIM POLICE DEPARTMENT WOULD LIKE TO USE THE FUNDS TO PURCHASE OVERT SURVEILLANCE CAMERAS, RELATED ACCESSORIES, NETWORKS, AND TECH SUPPORT. THIS PROJECT WILL HELP TRACK REPORTED CRIMES, OBSERVE CRIMINAL ACTIVITY, AND TAKE ENFORCEMENT ACTION TO IMPROVE AND ENHANCE THE COMMUNITYÂ S SAFETY BY IMPLEMENTING CRIME PREVENTION STRATEGIES.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Sub $81,736.00
Prince George's County, Maryland PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY MARYLAND
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR CIVIL PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION); 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS; AND 9) IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE CRISIS INTERVENTION COURT PROCEEDINGS AND RELATED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: MENTAL HEALTH COURTS; DRUG COURTS; VETERANS COURTS; AND EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER PROGRAMS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Prime $190,608.00
Prince George's County, Maryland PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY MARYLAND
THE FUNDS ALLOCATED FROM BJAG WILL BE USED TO PROCURE A WELLNESS APP SUBSCRIPTION (SOFTWARE) WILL BE PURCHASED FOR THE USE OF EMPLOYEES TO DOWNLOAD ON MOBILE PHONES SO THEY CAN ADDRESS ANXIETIES AND OTHER EMOTIONAL ISSUES. ALSO, INCENTIVES WILL BE USED PURCHASED TO ENCOURAGE STAFF TO PARTICIPATE IN MONTHLY FITNESS CHALLENGES TO ASSIST WITH THE ALLEVIATION OF STRESS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Sub $31,768.00
Cincinnati, Ohio ALVIS INC
THE MAIN PURPOSE OF THIS PROPOSAL IS TO ENSURE SUSTAINABILITY OF THE STRATEGIES PROGRAM BY OFFERING ONGOING TRAINING AND COACHING TO HELP STAFF FEEL MORE CONFIDENT WITH THE APPLICATION OF SKILLS IN DAILY INTERACTIONS WITH CLIENTS. IN ADDITION, UP TO 12 STAFF WILL BE TRAINED AND CREDENTIALED TO SERVE AS TRAINERS ON THE STRATEGIES MODEL SO THAT ALVIS HAS INTERNAL CAPACITY TO TRAIN NEW STAFF AS NEEDED. THESE TRAINING OF TRAINERS (TOT) SESSIONS WILL BE CONDUCTED FROM MAY-DECEMBER 2023 FOR SELECTED STAFF WORKING IN THE AFOREMENTIONED SITES. IT IS ANTICIPATED THAT THE REMAINING STAFF MEMBERS WILL BE TRAINED IN THE MODEL AND THIS 2-DAY OFFERING WILL BE A ROUTINE TRAINING OFFERED THROUGH THE ALVIS TRAINING DEPARTMENT. OBJECTIVE 1: THE UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI CENTER FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE RESEARCH (UC) WILL TRAIN UP TO 12 ALVIS STAFF AS TRAINERS ON THE STRATEGIES PROGRAM BY APRIL 2023. OBJECTIVE 2: 100% OF THE 8 PROGRAMS WILL HAVE PROTOCOLS TO IDENTIFY THOSE RESIDENTS WITH THE POTENTIAL FOR AGITATION AND AWOL, A COMPREHENSIVE PLAN FOR DEBRIEFING INCIDENTS, AND STRATEGIES FOR REMEDIATION WITH RESIDENTS THAT ARE AT ELEVATED RISK FOR REPEAT INCIDENTS. OBJECTIVE 3: A MINIMUM OF TWO RESIDENTS PER SITE WILL RECEIVE A MULTIDISCIPLINARY REVIEW AND DEVELOPMENT OF A SPECIALIZED PLAN TO REDUCE AGITATED AND AGGRESSIVE RESPONSES IN HIGH STRESS SITUATIONS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Sub $103,555.05
Cincinnati, Ohio COUNTY OF CLERMONT
THE CLERMONT COUNTY NARCOTICS TASK FORCE IS A MULTI-JURISDICTIONAL NARCOTICS TASK FORCE THAT HAS BEEN SERVING THE CITIZENS OF CLERMONT COUNTY FOR 34 YEARS. THE TASK FORCE FOCUSES ON COMBATTING THE SALE AND ABUSE OF ILLICIT DRUGS IN CLERMONT COUNTY. ALL OF THE DRUG INTELLIGENCE GATHERED THROUGHOUT THE COUNTY IS MAINTAINED AND RECORDED AT THE TASK FORCE. THIS INFORMATION COMES FROM TASK FORCE AGENTS, LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENTS, CRIMINAL SUSPECTS, DRUG ABUSERS AND CITIZENS' TIPS. ALL INFORMATION IS CONTAINED WITHIN THE SOLVE DATABASE. THE TASK FORCE IS COMPRISED OF SEVEN FULL TIME LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS FROM THE FOUR LARGEST POLICE AGENCIES WITHIN CLERMONT COUNTY. PERSONNEL ASSIGNED TO THE TASK FORCE RECEIVE SPECIALIZED TRAINING IN ALL ASPECTS OF NARCOTICS INVESTIGATIONS, RANGING FROM STREET LEVEL ENFORCEMENT TO THE ELEMENTS NECESSARY TO DISMANTLE AND PROSECUTE COMPLEX DRUG TRAFFICKING ORGANIZATIONS. A COLLABORATIVE CONTROL GROUP IDENTIFIES AND GUIDES THE OBJECTIVES OF THE TASK FORCE WITH SPECIFIC ASSESSMENT GUIDES BEING UTILIZED TO CONTINUOUSLY EVALUATE THE TASK FORCES EFFECTIVENESS. THE TASK FORCE SERVES AS THE CENTRAL REPOSITORY FOR ALL DRUG INTELLIGENCE THROUGHOUT THE COUNTY, PROVIDING A TIMELY EVALUATION FOR DEALING WITH DRUG TRENDS, BOTH LONG AND SHORT TERM. THROUGH A PRUDENT HOLISTIC APPROACH, THE CLERMONT COUNTY NARCOTICS TASK FORCE WILL ASSERT ITS EFFORTS IN SEEKING THE ARREST AND CONVICTION OF THOSE INDIVIDUALS AND ORGANIZATIONS INVOLVED IN ILLEGAL DRUG ACTIVITY AND ITS ASSOCIATED CRIMINAL ACTIVITY. THE TASK FORCE WILL ALSO CONTINUE ITS PARTNERSHIP WITH EDUCATION, PREVENTION & TREATMENT SYSTEMS TO ENSURE THAT COMMUNITY OUTREACH IS ACCOMPLISHED BY TEACHING CITIZENS THE CONSEQUENCES OF ILLICIT DRUG ABUSE AND TO PROVIDE RESOURCES FOR PREVENTION, REHABILITATION AND RECOVERY. CLERMONT COUNTY IS APPROXIMATELY 20 MILES EAST OF CINCINNATI, OHIO, A CORRIDOR FOR ILLEGAL NARCOTICS THROUGHOUT THE MIDWEST AND EASTERN HALF OF THE UNITED STATES. THE OHIO RIVER BORDERS ALL THE SOUTHERN PART OF CLERMONT COUNTY ALONG U.S. 52. ALONG WITH U.S. 52 CLERMONT COUNTY ALSO HAS INTERSTATE 275, WHICH TRAVELS THROUGH FOUR COUNTIES CONNECTING CINCINNATI AND DAYTON TO THE REGION ALLOWING EASY ACCESS TO ILLICIT DRUGS. NOT ONLY ARE INDIVIDUAL LIVES, FAMILIES AND COMMUNITIES DISRUPTED BY ILLEGAL DRUG USE AND ITS ASSOCIATED CRIMES, BUT EVERY INDIVIDUAL WHICH ABUSES DRUGS IS FAR LESS LIKELY TO BE A PRODUCTIVE CITIZEN, AND IN TURN HELP REBUILD THE LOCAL ECONOMY AND THEIR COMMUNITIES. THE ILLEGAL MANUFACTURING, TRAFFICKING AND ABUSE OF ILLICIT NARCOTICS NEGATIVELY AFFECTS OUR COMMUNITIES WHEN LOCAL FUNDS FROM CLERMONT COUNTY ARE PUT INTO THE HANDS OF LOCAL DRUG DEALERS, THEN DRUG TRAFFICKING ORGANIZATIONS AND EVENTUALLY MAKING ITS WAY TO DRUG CARTELS OUTSIDE THE UNITED STATES INTO OTHER COUNTRIES, DIVERTING MONIES AND COMMERCE FROM THE AMERICAN ECONOMY WHILE ALLOWING FOREIGN COUNTRIES ECONOMIES TO BENEFIT. IT'S CRUCIAL THAT LAW ENFORCEMENT THWART THOSE DETERMINED TO ABUSE, TRAFFIC, DISTRIBUTE AND PROFIT FROM ILLEGAL DRUGS IN OUR COMMUNITIES. THIS WILL BE BEST ACCOMPLISHED BY PARTNERING WITH OTHER COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS THROUGH EDUCATION, TREATMENT AND PREVENTION. IN DOING THIS, LAW ENFORCEMENT ALONG WITH ITS COLLABORATING PARTNERS WILL IMPEDE THE FLOW OF ILLEGAL DRUGS AND ACCOMPANIED CRIMINAL ACTIVITY, OFTEN VIOLENT OCCURRING THROUGHOUT OUR COMMUNITIES, STATES AND COUNTRY. THROUGH THIS PRUDENT HOLISTIC APPROACH, THE CLERMONT COUNTY NARCOTICS TASK FORCE WILL ASSERT ITS EFFORTS IN SEEKING THE ARREST AND CONVICTION OF THOSE INDIVIDUALS AND ORGANIZATIONS INVOLVED IN ILLEGAL DRUG ACTIVITY AND ITS ASSOCIATED CRIMINAL ACTIVITY.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Sub $61,478.47
Cincinnati, Ohio SPRINGFIELD TOWNSHIP
DART WAS IMPLEMENTED IN 1987 TO IMPACT THE RISING DISTRIBUTION OF ILLEGAL DRUGS THROUGHOUT SIX COMMUNITIES WITHIN HAMILTON COUNTY. THESE COMMUNITIES IDENTIFIED THE NEED TO ADDRESS DRUG ENFORCEMENT AT A REGIONAL LEVEL. IN THE PAST 35 YEARS, DART HAS GROWN TO SERVING 22 COMMUNITIES ENCOMPASSING 575 SQUARE MILES AND HAVING APPROXIMATELY 338,102 RESIDENTS. THE MINORITY POPULATION IN DART COMMUNITIES IS 31.7%. THE MISSION AND GOAL OF DART IS TO IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF LIFE FOR THE CITIZENS WITHIN THESE COMMUNITIES BY REDUCING THE AVAILABILITY OF ILLEGAL DRUGS AND WEAPONS. DART'S OBJECTIVES ARE TO IDENTIFY, INVESTIGATE, ARREST AND PROSECUTE NARCOTIC TRAFFICKERS, CRIMINAL ORGANIZATIONS, AND OFFENDERS AT ALL LEVELS. THIS WILL BE ACCOMPLISHED BY FORMALLY STRUCTURING AND JOINTLY COORDINATING MULTI-JURISDICTIONAL DRUG ENFORCEMENT AT ALL LEVELS. DART COORDINATES WITH LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT TO ADDRESS SPECIFIC DRUG COMPLAINTS THAT ARE QUALITY OF LIFE ISSUES AFFECTING CITIZENS IN THE COMMUNITY. DART WORKS WITH PATROL AND INVESTIGATORS FROM THESE AGENCIES TO SHARE INFORMATION AND INVESTIGATE NARCOTIC TRAFFICKERS AND ABUSERS WHO DIRECTLY IMPACT THEIR COMMUNITIES WITH DRUG ABUSE AND OTHER RELATED CRIMES. DART WILL CONTINUE TO WORK WITH AGENCIES SUCH AS DEA, FBI, U.S. POSTAL INSPECTORS, OHIO BCI, OHIO STATE HIGHWAY PATROL, BUTLER COUNTY SHERIFF'S BURN, WARREN COUNTY DRUG TASK FORCE, CLERMONT COUNTY DRUG TASKFORCE, CINCINNATI POLICE NARCOTICS UNIT, HAMILTON COUNTY HEROIN TASK FORCE, HAMILTON COUNTY PROBATION OFFICERS, AND OTHER AGENCIES AS NEEDED. STATE AND FEDERAL GRANT FUNDING PROVIDES SALARIES FOR SUPPORT STAFF; EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES USED BY AGENTS TO SAFELY AND SUCCESSFULLY CONDUCT INVESTIGATIONS; MAINTENANCE OF EQUIPMENT, VEHICLES; TRAINING FOR DART PERSONNEL; AND DRUG ANALYSIS FOR NARCOTICS ACQUIRED DURING INVESTIGATIONS. THE IMPACT OF DART INVESTIGATIONS SPREADS FAR BEYOND THE 22 AGENCIES THAT IT SERVES. DART HAS ASSISTED WITH DISMANTLING AND DISRUPTING SEVERAL ORGANIZATIONS THAT OPERATE IN A MANNER THAT DIRECTLY IMPACTS THE RESIDENTS WITHIN THE REGION, AND ACROSS THE NATION. NARCOTIC TRAFFICKERS AND ABUSERS DO NOT RECOGNIZE GEOGRAPHICAL BOUNDARIES. DART AGENTS OFTEN FIND THEIR INVESTIGATIONS CROSSING INTO OTHER PARTS OF THE REGION AND INTO OTHER STATES. MAINTAINING STRONG PARTNERSHIPS WITH THE OTHER LAW ENFORCEMENT ORGANIZATIONS IN THE REGION IS ESSENTIAL TO SUCCESSFULLY DISRUPTING AND PROSECUTING INDIVIDUALS THAT ARE FACILITATING THE FLOW OF NARCOTICS FROM THOSE AREAS. DART WILL CONTINUE WORKING CLOSELY ON BUILDING STRONGER PARTNERSHIPS. DART CURRENTLY CONSISTS OF A COMMANDER, 4 FULL-TIME AGENTS, AN AGENT FROM THE CINCINNATI OFFICE OF THE DEA AND AN ANALYST FROM OHIO NATIONAL GUARD. THE AGENTS WILL CONTINUE TO FOCUS ON ALL FORMS OF ILLEGAL NARCOTICS, WITH AN EMPHASIS ON OPIOID AND METHAMPHETAMINE-BASED INVESTIGATIONS. THIS WILL BE ACCOMPLISHED BY CONTINUING TO WORK WITH ALL LOCAL, STATE, AND FEDERAL AGENCIES THAT DART HAS DEVELOPED PARTNERSHIPS WITH, AS WELL AS GATHERING INFORMATION FROM INFORMANTS, PATROL OFFICERS, AND INVESTIGATORS WITHIN DART COMMUNITIES. DART'S MISSION IS VITAL TO THE COMMUNITIES THAT IT SERVES. THE MAJORITY OF DART COMMUNITIES DO NOT HAVE THE ABILITY TO CONDUCT NARCOTIC INVESTIGATIONS BEYOND THE EFFORTS OF THEIR ROAD PATROL. DART PROVIDES THESE COMMUNITIES WITH EXPERTISE IN NARCOTIC INVESTIGATIONS. NON-FUNDING OF DART WOULD ALLOW NARCOTICS TO PROLIFERATE AND WOULD DEGRADE THE QUALITY OF LIFE IN THESE COMMUNITIES. THE GROWTH OF DART FROM 6 COMMUNITIES IN 1987 TO 22 TODAY IS A TESTAMENT TO ITS NEED, EFFECTIVENESS AND SUCCESS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Sub $59,455.19
Cincinnati, Ohio AMBERLEY VILLAGE, VILLAGE OF
THE HAMILTON COUNTY HEROIN TASK FORCE (HCTF) RESPONDS TO FATAL AND NON-FATAL SUSPECTED OPIATE AND HEROIN, FENTANYL, AND/OR CARFENTINIL OVERDOSES IN HAMILTON COUNTY. TASK FORCE MEMBERS RESPONDS TO THE LOCATION OF THE OVERDOSE AND BEGIN TO PROCESS THE AREA AS A CRIME SCENE, ATTEMPTING TO PRESERVE ALL AVAILABLE EVIDENCE AND INTERVIEW AS MANY WITNESSES AS POSSIBLE, WITH THE OVERALL GOAL OF IDENTIFYING THE SOURCE OF SUPPLY RESPONSIBLE FOR SELLING THE HEROIN/FENTANYL TO THE DECEDENT. IN APRIL OF 2018 THE TASK FORCE CREATED AND IMPLEMENTED A QUICK RESPONSE TEAM THAT WAS DESIGNED TO PARTNER WITH TRAINED SOCIAL WORKERS AND COUNSELORS TO PROVIDE "IN-HOME" TRIAGE AND ASSESSMENT OF THE OVERDOSE VICTIM WITH THE IMMEDIATE GOAL OF CONNECTING THE OVERDOSE VICTIM WITH THE MOST APPROPRIATE TREATMENT SPECIFIC TO THEIR NEEDS. IN SEPTEMBER OF 2021 OUR QRT EXPANDED TO TWO FULL TIME TEAMS WITH BOTH REACTIVE AND PROACTIVE ACTIVITIES TO AID PEOPLE IN NEED INTO TREATMENT. BOTH OF THESE EFFORTS ARE LED BY CAPTAIN COMMANDER THOMAS FALLON. HCTF IS MODELED AFTER AN EXISTING HEROIN INVOLVED DEATH INVESTIGATION TEAM OPERATING IN CUYAHOGA COUNTY , WHICH HAS BEEN IDENTIFIED AS BEING GROUNDED IN THE BEST PRACTICES IN THE FIELD REGARDING A LAW ENFORCEMENT APPROACH ON THE HEROIN EPIDEMIC. THE QRT PROGRAM IS MODELED AFTER THE COLERAIN TOWNSHIP PROGRAM AND IS CONSIDERED A BEST PRACTICE IN THE FIELD. HCTF INCORPORATED BEST PRACTICES FROM CUYAHOGA COUNTY AND COLERAIN LAW ENFORCEMENT AND HAVE EXPANDED IN HAMILTON COUNTY TO INCLUDE A TRUE COUNTY-WIDE TASK FORCE WITH NINE TASK FORCE MEMBERS FROM SIX AGENCIES INVESTIGATING OVERDOSES, OVERDOSE DEATHS AND OUR QRT PROGRAM. HCTF IMPLEMENTED TWO COUNTY-WIDE PROTOCOLS THAT ARE TRUE INNOVATIONS: 1) OVERDOSE MATRIX-FILLED OUT BY RESPONDING OFFICERS TO ENSURE THERE ARE INVESTIGATIVE LEADS PRESENT BEFORE HCTF IS NOTIFIED TO RESPOND VIA A DUTY PHONE; 2) OVERDOSE REPORT-REQUIRED TO BE FILLED OUT BY ALL OFFICERS FOR ALL OVERDOSE RUNS. THIS INFORMATION IS ON ALL MDCS AND COVERS ANY AND ALL INFO THE OFFICER COULD OBTAIN ON THE OVERDOSE FROM VICTIM DATA, SUSPECT DATA, LOCATION ETC. AND IS FORWARDED TO THE GREATER CINCINNATI FUSION CENTER INTO A DATABASE. THIS DATABASE HAS PROVEN VALUABLE IN THE PAST 36 MONTHS BY IDENTIFYING OTHER VICTIMS OF SELLERS OF DEADLY OR NEAR DEADLY DRUGS. THIS DATABASE ALSO PROVIDES THE QRT TEAM WITH ALL OF THE INFORMATION ON THE PERSON THAT HAVE OVERDOSED ALONG WITH THE INVESTIGATIVE PRACTICES OF HCTF HAVE BEEN RECOGNIZED AS INNOVATIVE AND CUTTING EDGE WITH THE RECOGNITION IN OCTOBER 2016, AS THE LAW ENFORCEMENT GROUP ACHIEVEMENT AWARD BY THE OHIO ATTORNEY GENERAL MIKE DEWINE AND THE 2019 OHIO NARCO TASK FORCE OF THE YEAR.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Sub $47,820.69
Cleveland, Ohio CITY OF CLEVELAND
THE PURPOSE OF THE CARTEL GANG NARCOTICS & LAUNDERING TASK FORCE IS TO BRING TOGETHER STATE, FEDERAL AND LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENTS AND INVESTIGATORS IN COLLOCATED SPACE, ADJACENT TO FEDERAL PROSECUTORS, WITH CLOSE COMMUNICATION WITH LOCAL PROSECUTORS TO ENSURE THAT THE MOST SOPHISTICATED INVESTIGATIVE AND PROSECUTORIAL RESOURCES ARE DIRECTED AGAINST ORGANIZED DRUG TRAFFICKING GROUPS. THE COLLOCATION OF THE INVESTIGATORS FOSTERS THE DEVELOPMENT OF INTELLIGENCE IN A TIMELY FASHION WHICH HELPS TO FACILITATE THE UTILIZATION OF THE INFORMATION AND PROVIDES MAXIMUM FLEXIBILITY IN SELECTING THE MEANS MOST LIKELY TO RESULT IN THE DISRUPTION OR DISMANTLING OF ORGANIZED CRIMINAL ACTIVITY. LIKE MOST MAJOR METROPOLITAN AREAS, GREATER CLEVELAND EXPERIENCES UNACCEPTABLE NARCOTICS-RELATED VIOLENT CRIME INCLUDING HOMICIDES, SHOOTINGS, ASSAULTS, BURGLARIES, AND OTHER RELATED CRIMES. EXPERIENCE HAS DEMONSTRATED THAT THE CHALLENGES PRESENTED BY THE MORE SOPHISTICATED OF THESE TRAFFICKING GROUPS ARE BEYOND THE CAPABILITY OF ANY ONE LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCY. HOWEVER, THE COORDINATED APPROACH MADE POSSIBLE BY CGNL (FORMERLY KNOWN AS THE NORTHERN OHIO LAW ENFORCEMENT TASK FORCE) ALLOWS FOR THE FULL IMPLEMENTATION OF SOPHISTICATED INVESTIGATIVE TECHNIQUES AND PROVIDES THE RESOURCES NECESSARY TO RESPOND TO THIS CHALLENGE. FENTANYL, COCAINE, AND HEROIN REMAIN THE DOMINATE DRUGS PREFERRED BY DRUG TRAFFICKERS. WE CONTINUE TO SEE AN INCREASE IN COCAINE ADULTERATED WITH FENTANYL IN THE GREATER CLEVELAND AREA. IMPORTATION AND SALES OF BULK MARIJUANA REMAINS HIGH DUE TO THE RELATIVELY LOW PENALTIES AND HIGH PROFIT MARGINS. THE ILLEGAL TRAFFICKING OF MARIJUANA AND OTHER NARCOTICS REMAINS A MAJOR CAUSE OF VIOLENCE AND FEUDS BETWEEN RIVAL DRUG TRAFFICKERS AND AREA STREET GANGS. BECAUSE OF ITS STRATEGIC LOCATION, THE GREATER CLEVELAND AREA IS INCREASINGLY IDENTIFIED AS A TRANSSHIPMENT POINT FOR NARCOTICS, WHICH REACH OTHER COMMUNITIES WITHIN OHIO. IN ADDITION, DUE TO THE LEGALIZATION OF MARIJUANA IN MANY STATES, THE GREATER CLEVELAND HAS SEEN AN INCREASE IN THE AVAILABILITY AND ILLICIT SALES OF BULK MARIJUANA IN MANY DIFFERENT FORMS SUCH AS WAX, EDIBLES, OILS AND BUTTERS, AND CAPSULES. THE CGNL TASK FORCE TARGETS ORGANIZED GANGS PERPETRATING THESE TYPES OF CRIMES AND OTHER ENTRENCHED SOPHISTICATED ORGANIZED NARCOTICS TRAFFICKING GROUPS OPERATING IN THE GREATER CLEVELAND AREA; ESPECIALLY THOSE ORGANIZED DRUG GANGS WITH A PROPENSITY FOR VIOLENCE. NOT SURPRISINGLY, LAW ENFORCEMENT IN THE CUYAHOGA COUNTY AREA CONTINUES TO IDENTIFY DRUG TRAFFICKING AND ITS RELATED VIOLENCE AS THE MAJOR CRIME PROBLEM FACING THE COMMUNITY.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Sub $57,051.40
Cleveland, Ohio CITY OF MANSFIELD POLICE DEPARTMENT
THE EIGHT NORTHERN OHIO VIOLENT CRIME CONSORTIUM (NOVCC) POLICE DEPARTMENTS (AKRON, CANTON, CLEVELAND, ELYRIA, LORAIN, MANSFIELD, TOLEDO AND YOUNGSTOWN) WILL SUPPORT AND IMPLEMENT A TRAINING BLUEPRINT TO EXPAND AND STRENGTHEN THEIR CRIME AND INTELLIGENCE ANALYSIS CAPACITY AND KNOWLEDGE OF EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICES THROUGH TRAINING IN ORDER TO MORE EFFECTIVELY PREVENT AND ADDRESS RISING VIOLENT CRIME IN THEIR COMMUNITIES. THE PRIMARY TARGET POPULATION OF THE NOVCC TRAINING BLUEPRINT IS LEADERSHIP AND CRIME AND INTELLIGENCE ANALYSTS IN EIGHT POLICE DEPARTMENTS. THIS WILL INCLUDE BOTH SWORN AND CIVILIAN PERSONNEL. IN ADDITION, SELECTED OFFICERS IN THE EIGHT POLICE DEPARTMENTS AND NOVCC STATE AND FEDERAL LAW ENFORCEMENT STAFF WILL PARTICIPATE IN TRAININGS. THE TOTAL NUMBERS TO BE INVOLVED IN TRAININGS WILL BE BASED ON SESSIONS SCHEDULED AND AVAILABILITY OF PERSONNEL. THE "REFORMING THE POLICE THROUGH PROCEDURAL JUSTICE TRAINING: A MULTICITY RANDOMIZED TRIAL AT CRIME HOT SPOTS" REPORT WHICH WAS CONDUCTED BY THE NATIONAL POLICING INSTITUTE, GEORGE MASON UNIVERSITY, ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY, AND UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA CONCLUDED THAT THERE IS "STRONG EXPERIMENTAL DATA CONFIRMING THAT POLICE TRAINING CAN HAVE IMPORTANT IMPACTS ON POLICE BEHAVIOR." IT IS EXPECTED THE TRAINING BLUEPRINT WILL BE FULLY IMPLEMENTED BASED ON THE PREVIOUS SUCCESSES OF NOVCC, ITS PARTICIPATING AGENCIES, AND PROJECT MANAGEMENT TEAM. INITIATIVES HAVE ACHIEVED THEIR OBJECTIVES ON TIME AND WITHIN BUDGET. THROUGH PARTICIPATION IN TRAINING, PLANNING, AND APPLICATION OF NEW APPROACHES; EACH POLICE DEPARTMENT AND NOVCC MEMBER AGENCIES HAVE SEEN IMPROVEMENTS IN OPERATIONS ANNUALLY IN RELATION TO THEIR NOVCC ACTIVITIES. PAST PROCESSES WILL BE APPLIED TO THE TRAINING BLUEPRINT TO ENSURE SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF THE PROJECT. ALTHOUGH, THE ACTUAL TRAINING TO BE DEVELOPED HAS NOT BEEN YET IDENTIFIED, THE TRAINING WILL MOST DEFINITELY INCLUDE INSTRUCTION RELATED TO CRIMINAL INTELLIGENCE GATHERING AND CRIME ANALYSIS. THE TRAINING WILL BE PROVIDED TO STAFF (SWORN AND NON-SWORN CIVILIAN EMPLOYEES) OF THE 8 NOVCC CITIES AND USED TO REINFORCE THE NOVCC COLLABORATIVE EFFORT TO INCREASE KNOWLEDGE AND DATA SHARING CAPABILITIES. THE PROJECT PARTICIPANTS WILL BEGIN WORKING IN THE FIRST 3-6 MONTHS TO IDENTIFY DEFICIENCIES WITHIN THE NOVCC COLLABORATIVE WHERE TRAINING WILL BE BENEFICIAL TO THE OVERALL GOALS OF THE COLLABORATIVE TO REDUCE VIOLENT CRIMES.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Sub $43,466.94
Cleveland, Ohio MEDINA COUNTY DRUG TASK FORCE
THE MEDINA COUNTY DRUG TASK FORCE IS AN INDEPENDENT DRUG ENFORCEMENT AGENCY THAT WAS CREATED IN 1987 TO PROVIDE NARCOTICS ENFORCEMENT THROUGHOUT MEDINA COUNTY. OUR PRIMARY FOCUS IS TO IDENTIFY LOCAL AND TRANSIENT DRUG DEALERS RESPONSIBLE FOR TRAFFICKING ILLEGAL NARCOTICS AND AFFECTING QUALITY OF LIFE OF OUR RESIDENTS. THE COUNTY'S CLOSE PROXIMITY TO CLEVELAND, AKRON, AND OHIO'S INTERSTATE HIGHWAY SYSTEM PROVIDES EASY ACCESS TO DRUG TRAFFICKERS MOVING BETWEEN THE COUNTY AND THEIR SUPPLY DESTINATIONS. MOTELS ALONG THESE INTERSTATE HIGHWAYS ARE BEING USED MORE FREQUENTLY BY TRAFFICKERS TO SELL THEIR ILLICIT PRODUCTS AND LOCAL DEALERS REGULARLY TRAVEL THESE ROADWAYS TO NEARBY SOURCE CITIES TO OBTAIN THEIR SUPPLY OF NARCOTICS. DEALERS THEN BRING THESE NARCOTICS BACK TO THE COUNTY TO SELL TO SUPPORT THEIR OWN HABITS AND TO PROVIDE THEMSELVES A SOURCE OF INCOME. AGENTS WORK CLOSELY WITH LOCAL, STATE, AND FEDERAL LE OFFICERS TO IDENTIFY AND TARGET THOSE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE SALE OF ILLEGAL DRUGS IN AND AROUND THEIR RESPECTIVE JURISDICTIONS IN THE COUNTY BY CONDUCTING BOTH COVERT AND OVERT PLAIN-CLOTHES OPERATIONS. A UNIFIED, COORDINATED APPROACH AT COMBATING THE SALE OF ILLEGAL DRUGS HAS LONG BEEN ESTABLISHED AND PROVEN EFFECTIVE. LARGER SCALE INVESTIGATIONS ARE PRIMARILY CONDUCTED BY A DTF AGENT ASSIGNED TO A DEA ENFORCEMENT GROUP. THIS AGENT ALSO WORKS WITH THE OTHER DTF AGENTS TO IDENTIFY LOCAL HABITUAL OFFENDERS WHO CONTINUE TO TRAFFIC ILLEGAL NARCOTICS IN SPITE OF REPEATED LOWER-LEVEL STATE FELONY CRIMINAL CHARGES. THESE REPEAT OFFENDERS ARE VETTED TO IDENTIFY WHO COULD MEET CRITERIA FOR POTENTIAL FEDERAL INDICTMENT. WHEN APPROPRIATE AS DETERMINED BY THE US ATTORNEY'S OFFICE, FEDERAL INDICTMENT IS PURSUED ON BOTH LOWER-LEVEL REPEAT OFFENDERS AS WELL AS LARGER SCALE DRUG TRAFFICKERS. ALL SWORN LE EMPLOYEES ARE COMMISSIONED THROUGH THE MEDINA COUNTY SHERIFF. A CRIMINAL INTERDICTION PROGRAM WAS INSTITUTED IN 2016 TO COMBAT THIS ISSUE. DUE TO A DECLINE IN PERSONNEL, OPERATIONS HAVE SHIFTED TO UTILIZING OUR PARTNER AGENCIES TO PROVIDE PATROL SUPPORT. WITH THAT MODEL, PATROL OFFICERS AND MCDTF AGENTS WORKED COLLABORATIVELY IN 2021 TO CONDUCT 960 INTERDICTION TRAFFIC STOPS AND CONSENSUAL ENCOUNTERS. THIS, COUPLED WITH COVERT OPERATIONS, LED TO INVESTIGATION OF 228 CRIMINAL CASES AND RESULTED IN THE ARREST OF 187 INDIVIDUALS ON 259 CRIMINAL CHARGES. MCDTF IS THE SOLE LOCAL NARCOTICS ENFORCEMENT AGENCY OPERATING IN MEDINA COUNTY AS NO OTHER LOCAL POLICE DEPARTMENT REGULARLY CONDUCT NARCOTICS ENFORCEMENT EFFORTS. THE EXPECTATION IS THAT MCDTF IS DESIGNATED THOSE RESPONSIBILITIES. IF MCDTF WERE NOT ADEQUATELY FUNDED CEASED TO EXIST, NARCOTICS ENFORCEMENT EFFORTS WOULD FALL BACK UPON THE VARIOUS LOCAL LE AGENCIES, WHO ARE UNDERSTAFFED, ILL-EQUIPPED, AND SOMEWHAT UNDER-TRAINED TO PROPERLY CONDUCT NARCOTICS ENFORCEMENT INVESTIGATIONS. MEDINA COUNTY IS LOCATED IN NORTH-CENTRAL OHIO AND COVERS 423 SQUARE MILES. THE 2010 US CENSUS SHOWS THE POPULATION FOR THE COUNTY AS 172,332 RESIDENTS. MOST RECENT ESTIMATES INDICATE THE POPULATION HAS GROWN APPROXIMATELY 4% SINCE 2010 TO OVER 179,000 RESIDENTS. ADJACENT METROPOLITAN COUNTIES OF CUYAHOGA, SUMMIT, AND LORAIN ADD AN ADDITIONAL 2.1 MILLION PEOPLE TO THE AREA. ALONG WITH ADDITIONAL POPULATION IN THE REGION COMES ADDITIONAL CRIME. THE CRIME RATE PER 100,000 RESIDENTS IN CUYAHOGA (CLEVELAND, OHIO ONLY), SUMMIT, AND LORAIN COUNTIES IS 11,862 (CUYAHOGA), 3,481 (SUMMIT) AND 2,242 (LORAIN) PER INSIDEPRISON.COM. THE CRIMINAL ELEMENT OF THESE COUNTIES FREQUENTLY TRAVELS TO MEDINA COUNTY TO CONDUCT THEIR ILLEGAL ACTIVITIES. APPROXIMATELY 60% OF ALL ARRESTS MADE BY MCDTF AGENTS INVOLVE NON-COUNTY RESIDENTS. PER THE 2010 US CENSUS, THE RACIAL MAKE-UP OF MEDINA COUNTY IS 95.7% CAUCASIAN, 2.1% HISPANIC AND 1.5% AFRICAN-AMERICAN. PER THE SAME CENSUS, 59.8% OF THE POPULATION IS BETWEEN THE AGES OF 18 AND 65. COUNTYWIDE, 6.2% OF THE COUNTY POPULATION LIVES BELOW THE POVERTY LINE. (WELFAREINFO.ORG)
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Sub $41,922.18
Columbus, Ohio CITY OF COLUMBUS
IN THE US, THERE ARE MORE THAN TEN MILLION VICTIMS OF INTERPERSONAL VIOLENCE EACH YEAR, WITH ROUGHLY FIFTY PERCENT OF FEMALE MURDER VICTIMS KILLED BY AN INTIMATE PARTNER (NATIONAL COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE (NCADV), 2020). IN OHIO DURING 2019, THERE WERE 76,203 CALLS TO LAW ENFORCEMENT FOR DOMESTIC VIOLENCE. THE NUMBER OF INCIDENTS IS UNDOUBTEDLY HIGHER THAN THE NUMBER REPORTED, AS MANY DOMESTIC VIOLENCE INCIDENTS GO UNREPORTED. FURTHER, THE MOST RECENT STATISTICS AVAILABLE INDICATE THAT OVER 100 INDIVIDUALS IN OHIO WERE VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC HOMICIDE (NCADV, 2021). IN FRANKLIN COUNTY, DURING 2020, THERE WERE JUST UNDER SEVEN THOUSAND CALLS TO LAW ENFORCEMENT FOR A DOMESTIC VIOLENCE INCIDENT. MORE THAN HALF OF THOSE CALLS RESULTED IN DVI CHARGES (OHIO ATTORNEY GENERAL, 2022). AND WHEN IT COMES TO CRIMINAL BEHAVIOR IN GENERAL⠬ AND TO DOMESTIC AND INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE IN PARTICULAR⠬ ONE OF THE MOST CONSISTENTLY RELIABLE PREDICTORS OF FUTURE BEHAVIOR IS PAST BEHAVIOR (ANDREWS & BONTA, 2010). MULTIPLE DATA SOURCES SERVE TO ILLUSTRATE THIS POINT, WHERE ONE OF THE STRONGEST PREDICTORS OF BEING ARRESTED FOR A DOMESTIC OR INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE OFFENSE IS HAVING PREVIOUSLY BEEN ARRESTED FOR ONE (CAMPBELL, WEBSTER, & GLASS, 2009; LOPEZ-OSSORIO ET AL., 2017). YET IT IS IMPORTANT TO NOTE THAT NOT EVERYONE ARRESTED FOR A DOMESTIC OR INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE OFFENSE WILL ENGAGE IN THAT BEHAVIOR AGAIN (HILTON & RADATZ, 2021). TO BE SURE, AN ARREST FOR THIS KIND OF OFFENSE IS NOT DETERMINISTIC: SOME OFFENDERS WILL DO IT AGAIN, BUT OTHERS WILL NOT. HOWEVER, THE PROBLEM FACING THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM IS THAT PREDICTING WHICH DOMESTIC AND INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE OFFENDERS WILL RE-OFFEND IS A DIFFICULT TASK (CUNHA, PINHEIRO, & GONCALVES, 2022; KINGSNORTH, 2006). ON THE ONE HAND, IT IS WELL-DOCUMENTED IN THE CRIMINOLOGICAL LITERATURE THAT ACTUARIAL INSTRUMENTS (E.G., THOSE THAT ASSESS AN ARRAY OF "OBJECTIVE" CRITERIA LIKE PRIOR CRIMINAL HISTORY, ALCOHOL/SUBSTANCE USE, EMPLOYMENT STATUS) GENERALLY OUTPERFORM "CLINICAL JUDGMENTS" (E.G., EVALUATIONS OF RISK BASED ON A CLINICIAN'S PROFESSIONAL EVALUATION AND OPINION) WHEN IT COMES TO PREDICTING RECIDIVISM (CAMPBELL, FRENCH, & GENDREAU, 2009). BUT ON THE OTHER HAND, THERE ARE A LOT OF OPTIONS AVAILABLE TO JURISDICTIONS WHEN IT COMES TO RISK ASSESSMENT INSTRUMENTS WHEN IT COMES TO THIS FORM OF CRIMINAL BEHAVIOR (E.G., THOSE THAT RANGE FROM "GENERAL" RISK/NEEDS ASSESSMENTS LIKE THE LEVEL OF SERVICE INVENTORY [LSI] TO MORE OFFENSE-SPECIFIC INSTRUMENTS LIKE THE DANGER ASSESSMENT [DA] FOR DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, SEE MESSING, CAMPBELL, & SNIDER, 2017). THE FRANKLIN COUNTY MUNICIPAL COURT IS SEEKING $30,000 TO CONTRACT WITH A RENOWNED CRIMINAL JUSTICE RESEARCHER TO DEVELOP A PILOT DOMESTIC VIOLENCE RISK ASSESSMENT TOOL, IN ORDER TO BETTER ENABLE THE DOPPS TO ALIGN ITS APPROACH TO SUPERVISING INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE CASES WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF EVIDENCE BASED PRACTICES AND THE RISK, NEED AND RESPONSIVITY PRINCIPLES. THE DOPPS HAS PARTNERED WITH DR. LOWENKAMP ON A RECENT STUDY OF CURRENT ASSESSMENT TOOLS, AND SEEKS OCJS SUPPORT IN CREATING AND VALIDATING A RISK ASSESSMENT TOOL THAT IS PREDICTIVE OF RISK AND CAN ASSIST THE DOPPS IN ALIGNING STAFFING RESOURCES BASED UPON THE POPULATION IT SERVES. BY THE CONCLUSION OF THE 12 MONTH REPORTING PERIOD, THE DOPPS WILL HAVE ACCESS TO A NEW ASSESSMENT TOOL, RELEVANT STAFF TRAINING AND MATERIALS, AND A FINAL REPORT DESCRIBING THE PROJECT AND OUTCOMES. THIS INFORMATION WILL BE SHARED WITH STAKEHOLDERS AND INFORM NEXT STEPS IN IMPROVING THE FCMC DOPPS APPROACH TO DV SUPERVISION.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Sub $30,000.00
Youngstown, Ohio THE MAHONING COUNTY
THE MAHONING VALLEY LAW ENFORCEMENT TASK FORCE (MVLETF), INITIALLY FORMED IN 1986, HEADQUARTERED IN POLAND, OHIO IS A REGIONAL LAW ENFORCEMENT GROUP PROVIDING THE GREATER MAHONING VALLEY AREA WITH NARCOTICS INVESTIGATION AND TACTICAL TEAM RESPONSE. THE MVLETF IS ALSO A HIDTA INITIATIVE AND PARTICIPATES IN EVENT AND SUBJECT DECONFLICTION THROUGH THE OHIO HIDTA INVESTIGATIVE SUPPORT CENTER. WE PROVIDE TACTICAL TEAM SERVICES TO A TWO COUNTY AREA WITH A POPULATION OF 427,596 CITIZENS AND DRUG INVESTIGATION SERVICES TO MAHONING CO. AND LIBERTY TWP. AS WELL AS HUBBARD CITY IN TRUMBULL CO. THE MVLETF, THROUGH ITS MEMBER AGENCIES, IS ABLE TO PROVIDE A COMBINED, EFFICIENT, AND COST EFFECTIVE WAY FOR AGENCIES TO COMBAT RAMPANT DRUG TRAFFICKING AND ASSOCIATED CRIME AS WELL AS A TACTICAL SOLUTION IN THE FORM OF A FULLY FUNCTIONAL SWAT TEAM. MVLETF INVESTIGATORS ALSO SUPPORT AREA LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES IN OTHER AREAS BY PROVIDING SURVEILLANCE, INTERVIEW, AND INTELLIGENCE EXPERTISE WHEN REQUESTED TO DO SO. THE MVLETF ALSO MAINTAINS A RELATIONSHIP WITH THE MAHONING COUNTY DRUG COURT PROGRAM AND REFERS APPROPRIATE CANDIDATES TO THE PROGRAM FOR TREATMENT. LIKEWISE, THE MVLETF SERVES AS A MEANS TO STOP INAPPROPRIATE APPLICANTS FROM GETTING INTO THE PROGRAM, SUCH AS DRUG TRAFFICKERS WHO INTEND TO USE THE DRUG COURT PROGRAM AS A MEANS TO KEEP STAY OUT OF PRISON. MAHONING AND TRUMBULL COUNTIES ARE AN ECONOMICALLY DEPRESSED AREA WITH UNEMPLOYMENT RATES AT OR ABOVE 10%. AS DESCRIBED IN PREVIOUS GRANT APPLICATIONS, SOME CONSTITUENTS HAVE EMPLOYED NARCOTICS TRAFFICKING AS A PRIMARY SOURCE OF INCOME. AS A RESULT, THE AREA HAS EXPERIENCED AN EXCEPTIONAL AMOUNT OF DRUG RELATED VIOLENCE, WITH THE CITY OF YOUNGSTOWN BEING A SOURCE CITY FOR OUTLYING COMMUNITIES, BEING AT THE EPICENTER OF THE MAYHEM. STARTING WITH LOW LEVEL STREET CORNER SALES THAT OFTEN INVOLVE GANG ACTIVITY, THE CYCLE OF VIOLENCE PROGRESSES THROUGH TO UPPER LEVEL DRUG TRAFFICKING ORGANIZATIONS FIGHTING FOR CONTROL OF MARKETS. INVESTIGATIONS INTO THESE ORGANIZATIONS AND THE NEED TO CURTAIL THE VIOLENCE REQUIRES COMPLEX INVESTIGATIONS AND THE INVOLVEMENT OF ALL OF OUR RESOURCES. OVER THE PAST SEVERAL YEARS, THE MAHONING VALLEY HAS SEEN A STEADY INCREASE OF HEROIN (OPIATE) USERS AND A CORRESPONDING INCREASE OF RESIDENTIAL BURGLARIES BY HEROIN (OPIATE) ADDICTS, WHILE COCAINE HCL AND CRACK COCAINE HAVE BEEN ON THE RISE WITHIN THE LAST SEVERAL YEARS .MARIJUANA USE/SALES HAVE REMAINED RELATIVELY CONSTANT. HOWEVER, IN THE LAST SEVERAL YEARS COCAINE AND CRACK COCAINE INVESTIGATIONS HAVE RISEN TO SIGNIFICANT LEVELS. THIS SEEMS TO COINCIDE WITH A RECORD NUMBER OF PRESIDENTIAL COMMUTATIONS FOR DRUG OFFENDERS SENTENCED TO LENGTHY SENTENCES FOR COCAINE /CRACK COCAINE OFFENSES. HEROIN ADDICTS CONTINUE TO FINANCE THEIR ADDITION BY COMMITTING RESIDENTIAL BURGLARIES AND RETAIL THEFT AND IT'S ALMOST UNHEARD OF FOR AN ARRESTEE NOT TO ADMIT TO DRUG ABUSE AND THE NEED FOR MONEY TO PURCHASE DRUGS TO SUPPLY THEIR ADDICTION AS THE MOTIVE FOR THE CRIMES. THERE HAS BEEN A HUGE INCREASE IN DRUG RELATED CRIME AS REPORTED BY MEMBERS OF OUR TASK FORCE. FINALLY, OUR TASK FORCE MUST RELY ON TECHNOLOGY TO ASSIST IN IDENTIFYING CRIMINAL DRUG ACTIVITY, INVESTIGATIONS, AND APPREHENSIONS. MANPOWER MUST BE COUPLED WITH TECHNOLOGY AND TRAINING TO KEEP UP WITH THE EVER CHANGING CRIMINAL LANDSCAPE. SIMPLY STATED, CRIMINALS HAVE BECOME SMARTER AND ARE USING TECHNOLOGIES OR THE LACK OF TECHNOLOGY BY THE POLICE TO ELUDE DETECTION AND APPREHENSION. THE MVLETF HAS BEEN ABLE TO SUCCESSFULLY TARGET CRIMINAL ORGANIZATIONS OPERATING IN MULTIPLE JURISDICTIONS USING VIOLATIONS OF DRUG LAWS TO PROSECUTE AND INCARCERATE VIOLATORS ON HIGHER LEVEL OFFENSES THAN WOULD NORMALLY BE ABLE TO BE DONE BY ANY ONE POLICE AGENCY.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Sub $56,669.47
Youngstown, Ohio THE MAHONING COUNTY
THE MAHONING COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE WISHES TO USE FUNDING FROM THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT TO CONTINUE THE FUNDING OF A FULL TIME CRIMINAL ANALYST THAT WILL BE ASSIGNED TO THE OHIO ORGANIZED CRIME INVESTIGATIONS COMMISSION'S MAHONING VALLEY HUMAN TRAFFICKING TASK FORCE. THE ASSIGNED CRIMINAL ANALYST AND OTHER MEMBERS OF THIS TASK FORCE HAVE OR ARE RECEIVING UNIQUE TRAINING TO DEAL WITH THIS PROBLEM CRIME. THE MAHONING VALLEY REGION REPRESENTS A MINIATURE VERSION OF THE STATE OF OHIO. IT CONSISTS OF URBAN, RURAL, AND AGRICULTURAL AREAS WITH EVER INCREASING HUMAN TRAFFICKING ACTIVITIES. THE STATE OF THE AREA'S ECONOMIC DEPRESSION AS WELL AS ITS POSITION ON THE INTERSTATE HIGHWAY SYSTEM HAS ENHANCED THIS INCREASE. THE MAHONING VALLEY IS HOME TO INTERSTATE TRUCK STOPS AND HOTEL CLUSTERS WHICH ARE HALFWAY BETWEEN NEW YORK AND CHICAGO. SEXUAL EXPLOITATION, SUCH AS MASSAGE PARLORS, STREET PROSTITUTION, AND ESCORTS ARE ALL REPRESENTED IN THIS AREA. THERE ARE A LARGE NUMBER OF TRAFFICKERS ADVERTISING ON THE INTERNET USING SITES SUCH AS "SKIPTHEGAMES.NL" WITH SEXUALLY ORIENTED SERVICES OFFERED IN THE YOUNGSTOWN-WARREN AREA. INTERSTATES 76 AND 80 WHICH COMPRISE THE OHIO AND PENNSYLVANIA TURNPIKE SYSTEMS AS WELL AS MAJOR EAST WEST ROUTES ACROSS THE US CONVERGE IN MAHONING COUNTY. THERE ARE SEVERAL TRUCK STOPS BASED IN AND AROUND THIS AREA WHICH SERVICE THE TRUCKING INDUSTRY. NOT ONLY IS HUMAN TRAFFICKING INVOLVING LOCAL RESIDENTS TAKING PLACE AROUND THE TRUCK STOPS, BUT TRAFFICKERS ARE ALSO MOVING THEIR VICTIMS ABOUT THE COUNTRY UTILIZING THESE ROUTES. PAST AND ONGOING HUMAN TRAFFICKING INVESTIGATIONS HAVE IDENTIFIED OVER 100 VICTIMS OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING IN THE JURISDICTIONAL AREA OF THE MAHONING VALLEY HUMAN TRAFFICKING TASK FORCE, WHICH INCLUDES ALL OF MAHONING AND TRUMBULL COUNTIES. IN 2020, THERE WERE A TOTAL OF 53 CYBER TIPS AND 48 INVESTIGATIVE CASES. HOWEVER, IN 2021, THERE WERE A TOTAL OF 83 CYBER TIPS AND 118 CASES THAT HAVE BEEN ALLOCATED TO THE TASK FORCE INVOLVING HUMAN TRAFFICKING AND CHILD EXPLOITATION. FROM 2020 TO 2021, THERE WAS A 40% INCREASE IN THE NUMBER OF CASES INVESTIGATED. CURRENTLY IN 2022, THE TASK FORCE RECEIVED A TOTAL OF 28 CYBER TIPS AND 81 INVESTIGATIVE CASES THAT ARE OPEN. GOAL OF GRANT SUBMISSION IS TO FUND A CRIMINAL ANALYST FOR INVESTIGATIONS INTO HUMAN TRAFFICKING.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Sub $48,945.76
Miami, Florida CITY OF MIAMI
MIAMI CGIC EXPANSION PROJECT
10/1/2020 9/30/2023 Prime $653,762.00
Peoria, Illinois PEORIA, CITY OF
PEORIA POLICE DEPARTMENT DATA SHARING INITIATIVE
10/1/2020 9/30/2023 Prime $516,123.00
Chicago, Illinois CITY OF CHICAGO
CITY OF CHICAGO'S FY20 BJA OPERATION LEGEND PROJECT
10/1/2020 9/30/2022 Prime $3,499,932.00
Suffolk County, New York COUNTY OF SUFFOLK
REDUCING GANG CRIME VIA TECHNOLOGY
10/1/2020 9/30/2023 Prime $700,000.00
Chattanooga, Tennessee CITY OF CHATTANOOGA
CRIME GUN INTELLIGENCE CENTER PROGRAM
10/1/2020 3/31/2024 Prime $700,000.00
New Haven, Connecticut CITY OF NEW HAVEN
NEW HAVEN CRIME GUN INTELLIGENCE CENTER
10/1/2020 9/30/2023 Prime $700,000.00
St. Louis, Missouri SAINT LOUIS METROPOLITAN POLICE DEPARTMENT
OPERATION LEGEND HOPES TO REDUCE GUN CRIME AND GANG VIOLENCE THROUGH LEADERSHIP, PARTNERSHIP, OUTREACH, ENFORCEMENT, AND ACCOUNTABILITY. FUNDS WILL BE USED FOR MISSOURI STATE HIGHWAY PATROL (MSHP) OFFICERÂ S OVERTIME COSTS. THESE OFFICERS WILL PARTICIPATE IN PLANNED OPERATIONS TARGETING VIOLENT OFFENDERS, RESPONSE TO AGGRAVATED ASSAULT SCENES, AND EVIDENCE COLLECTION OF SHELL CASINGS IN CONJUNCTION WITH SHOT DETECTION TECHNOLOGY. THE SKILLS AND INTELLIGENCE OF THE RESPONDING OFFICERS UTILIZING THE AFOREMENTIONED TECHNOLOGY WILL HELP TO ADVANCE SUCH INVESTIGATIONS THAT TRADITIONALLY LACK EITHER VICTIM OR WITNESS COOPERATION.
10/1/2020 7/31/2023 Sub $838,128.00
St. Louis, Missouri SAINT LOUIS METROPOLITAN POLICE DEPARTMENT
OPERATION LEGEND HOPES TO REDUCE GUN CRIME AND GANG VIOLENCE THROUGH LEADERSHIP, PARTNERSHIP, OUTREACH, ENFORCEMENT, AND ACCOUNTABILITY. FUNDS WILL BE USED FOR MISSOURI STATE HIGHWAY PATROL (MSHP) OFFICERÂ S OVERTIME COSTS. THESE OFFICERS WILL PARTICIPATE IN PLANNED OPERATIONS TARGETING VIOLENT OFFENDERS, RESPONSE TO AGGRAVATED ASSAULT SCENES, AND EVIDENCE COLLECTION OF SHELL CASINGS IN CONJUNCTION WITH SHOT DETECTION TECHNOLOGY. THE SKILLS AND INTELLIGENCE OF THE RESPONDING OFFICERS UTILIZING THE AFOREMENTIONED TECHNOLOGY WILL HELP TO ADVANCE SUCH INVESTIGATIONS THAT TRADITIONALLY LACK EITHER VICTIM OR WITNESS COOPERATION.
10/1/2020 7/31/2023 Sub $838,128.00
Milwaukee, Wisconsin CITY OF MILWAUKEE
2020 STRATEGIES FOR POLICING INNOVATION
10/1/2020 9/30/2023 Prime $700,000.00
Atlantic City, New Jersey ATLANTIC CITY CITY HALL
STATIONARY ALPR READERS FOR EVERY ENTRANCE AND EXIT INTO ATLANTIC CITY, NJ.
10/1/2020 10/1/2023 Prime $699,990.00
Toledo, Ohio CITY OF TOLEDO
CRIME GUN INTELLIGENCE CENTER PROGRAM
10/1/2020 9/30/2023 Prime $687,182.00
Washington, District of Columbia DC OFFICE OF VICTIM SERVICES
FY21 - DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA - BYRNE JAG REENTRY INITIATIVE GRANT APPLICATION
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $1,663,868.00
Summerville, South Carolina TOWN OF SUMMERVILLE
CONTINUATION OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE & SEX CRIMES INVESTIGATOR
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $70,982.00
Chicago, Illinois CITY OF CHICAGO
FY 2021 CHICAGO/COOK COUNTY JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $2,407,095.00
Springfield, Illinois CITY OF SPRINGFIELD POLICE
VEHICLE PURCHASE FOR USE BY SPD AND SCSO
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $95,101.00
Champaign, Illinois CITY OF CHAMPAIGN
EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM FY 2021
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $66,293.00
Aurora, Illinois CITY OF AURORA POLICE DEPARTMENT
THE AURORA POLICE DEPARTMENT AND CITY OF ELGIN INTEND TO PURCHASE EQUIPMENT AND KANE COUNTY, OUR DISPARATE AGENCY WILL USE FUNDS TO MAINTAIN A POLICY AND TRAINING PROGRAM.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $60,790.00
Peoria, Illinois CITY OF PEORIA
PEORIA 2021 JAG PROJECT
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $76,319.00
New York, New York NEW YORK, CITY OF
REDUCING VIOLENT CRIME, ENFORCING FIREARM LAWS, ENHANCING OFFICER SAFETY AND WELLNESS, AND STRENGTHENING COLLABORATIVE PROSECUTION BETWEEN PROSECUTORS AND LAW ENFORCEMENT SAFETY.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $4,095,916.00
Troy, New York TROY COMMUNITY LAND BANK CORPORATION
CITY OF TROY, NEW YORK JAG FY21
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $27,137.00
Suffolk County, New York SUFFOLK COUNTY
EDWARD BYRNE JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT FFY 21
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $113,073.00
Nassau County, New York COUNTY OF NASSAU
FY2021 JAG NASSAU COUNTY POLICE DEPARTMENT COMMUNITY ENFORCEMENT AND OUTREACH INITIATIVE
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $96,061.00
Syracuse, New York CITY OF SYRACUSE
OFFICER SAFETY EQUIPMENT
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $108,200.00
Buffalo, New York CITY OF BUFFALO
2021 JAG FUNDING FOR CITY OF BUFFALO, TOWN OF AMHERST, TOWN OF CHEEKTOWAGA, ERIE COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY, AND ERIE COUNTY CENTRAL POLICE SERVICES.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $257,047.00
Hempstead, New York INCORPORATED VILLAGE OF HEMPSTEAD
SAFETY, TRAINING AND TECHNOLOGY UPGRADES
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $27,750.00
Newburgh, New York CITY OF NEWBURGH
TO PURCHASE LAPTOPS FOR INVESTIGATORS, IMPLEMENT PATROL PCS IN MARKED UNITS AND ACQUIRE PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT ASSOCIATED WITH THIS PROJECT
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $28,976.00
Utica, New York CITY OF UTICA
JUVENILE/ADULT SUPERVISION AND COMMUNITY SAFETY PROGRAM
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $31,865.00
Albany, New York CITY OF ALBANY
CITY OF ALBANY FY2021 JAG - LOCAL SOLICITATION
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $71,053.00
Auburn, Alabama CITY OF AUBURN, ALABAMA
JAG 2021 CONTINUED TRAINING AND EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT PROJECT
10/1/2020 9/30/2022 Prime $17,729.00
Birmingham, Alabama CITY OF BIRMINGHAM
BJA FY2021 EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT PROGRAM - LOCAL SOLICITATION
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $353,899.00
Montgomery, Alabama CITY OF MONTGOMERY
POLICE TECHNOLOGY UPGRADE PROGRAM
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $114,129.00
Tuscaloosa, Alabama CITY OF TUSCALOOSA
TRAINING TO INCREASE THE NUMBER OF OFFICERS THAT ARE CERTIFIED TO PERFORM ON THE CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAM TO ALLEVIATE THE NUMBER OF MENTAL HEALTH INPATIENTS IN TUSCALOOSA AND SURROUNDING AREAS.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $58,112.00
Anchorage, Alaska ANCHORAGE, MUNICIPALITY OF (INC)
FY2021 EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JAG PROGRAM
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $472,157.00
Tucson, Arizona CITY OF TUCSON
FY21 BYRNE JAG FORMULA GRANT
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $372,429.00
Flagstaff, Arizona CITY OF FLAGSTAFF
FY 2021 JAG
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $27,358.00
Phoenix, Arizona PHOENIX, CITY OF
BJA FY2021 EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT PROGRAM FOR CITY OF PHOENIX POLICE DEPARTMENT
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $1,554,900.00
Jonesboro, Arkansas CITY OF JONESBORO
THE JONESBORO POLICE DEPARTMENT IS REQUESTING $38,207 TO PURCHASE A FORENSIC COMPUTER, HALO SUN SIGHTS, SIMULATION GUNS, PATROL BIKES AND NECESSARY ACCESSORIES.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $38,207.00
Little Rock, Arkansas CITY OF LITTLE ROCK
EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM FY 2021
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $290,381.00
Los Angeles, California CITY OF LOS ANGELES
CITY OF LOS ANGELES: COMMUNITY LAWENFORCEMENT AND RECOVERY (CLEAR) PROGRAM.COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES; CRIME REDUCTION ANDPUBLIC SAFETY IMPROVEMENT INITIATIVE.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $2,692,835.00
San Diego, California CITY OF SAN DIEGO
SAN DIEGO POLICE DEPARTMENT JAG APPLICATION FOR SECURITY ENHANCEMENTS AND SPECIALIZED UNITS SAFETY EQUIPMENT
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $508,583.00
San Francisco, California CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO
THE CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 2021/2022 REGULARFORMULA JAG APPLICATION
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $460,341.00
San Jose, California SAN JOSE, CITY OF
2021 JAG
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $356,965.00
Pittsburg, California PITTSBURG, CITY OF
PITTSBURG POLICE DEPARTMENT TRAFFIC SAFETY AND FATALITY PREVENTION PROJECT
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $30,284.00
Placer County, California COUNTY, PLACER OF
PLACER COUNTY SPECIAL INVESTIGATION UNIT (SIU) ANTI- DRUG TASK FORCE
10/1/2020 9/30/2022 Prime $17,734.00
San Luis Obispo, California CITY OF SAN LUIS OBISPO
THROW PHONE FOR SWAT AND THE CRISIS NEGOTIATIONS TEAM TO USE DURING EMERGENCY CALL OUTS.
10/1/2020 9/30/2022 Prime $13,614.20
San Luis Obispo, California COUNTY OF SAN LUIS OBISPO
JAG 2021 - CAMERA I4-POD
10/1/2020 9/30/2022 Prime $10,205.14
Santa Monica, California CITY OF SANTA MONICA
SANTA MONICA POLICE DEPARTMENT FY 2021 JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT PROJECT
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $54,255.00
Santa Rosa, California SANTA ROSA, CITY OF
SANTA ROSA POLICE 2021 JAG GRANT
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $58,057.04
Vallejo, California CITY OF VALLEJO POLICE DEPARTMENT
SOLANO COUNTY LAW ENFORCEMENT SERVICE ENHANCEMENT PROJECT ON BEHALF OF THE CITIES OF VACAVILLE, FAIRFIELD, AND VALLEJO FOR SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT TO ENHANCE CAPABILITIES OF LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $134,285.00
Bakersfield, California CITY OF BAKERSFIELD
INTERACTIVE DISPLAY PROGRAM
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $137,466.00
Stockton, California CITY OF STOCKTON
BJA FY2021 EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT PROGRAM
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $389,454.00
Long Beach, California LONG BEACH, CITY OF
LONG BEACH JAG 2021
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $219,274.00
Glendale, California CITY OF GLENDALE
BJA FY21 EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANTS PROGRAM
10/1/2020 9/30/2022 Prime $17,709.00
Fresno, California FRESNO, CITY OF
JOINT ALLOCATION BETWEEN FRESNO POLICE AND FRESNO SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENTS
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $305,917.00
Sacramento, California CITY OF SACRAMENTO
FY 2021 JAG - SHOTSPOTTER
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $248,731.00
Torrance, California CITY OF TORRANCE
TORRANCE POLICE CADET PROGRAM
10/1/2020 9/30/2022 Prime $20,389.00
Clovis, California CITY OF CLOVIS
PUBLIC SAFETY ASSISTANCE FUNDING - BJA LOCAL GRANT ASSISTANCE
10/1/2020 9/30/2022 Prime $17,709.00
Santa Clara, California CITY OF SANTA CLARA
UTILIZE FUNDS TOWARD THE PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT TO SUPPORT ON-GOING AND SPECIALIZED TRAINING
10/1/2020 9/30/2022 Prime $15,931.00
Pasadena, California CITY OF PASADENA
FENTANYL DETECTION EQUIPMENT AND ON-THE-FIELD FENTANYL/HEROIN TEST KITS FOR THE PASADENA POLICE DEPARTMENT SPECIAL INVESTIGATIONS SECTION-MAJOR NARCOTICS.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $43,263.23
Denver, Colorado CITY AND COUNTY OF DENVER
DPD FY2021 JAG PROGRAM
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $475,092.00
Aurora, Colorado AURORA, CITY OF
2021 JAG GRANT
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $262,535.00
Boulder, Colorado CITY OF BOULDER
IMPROVING PUBLIC SAFETY THROUGH OFFICER SAFETY AND PUBLIC EDUCATION
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $56,939.00
Colorado Springs, Colorado COLORADO SPRINGS CITY GOVERNMENT
SUPPORTING LAW ENFORCEMENT IN COLORADO SPRINGS AND EL PASO COUNTY THROUGH PERSONNEL.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $294,667.00
Hartford, Connecticut HARTFORD CITY OF POLICE DEPARTMENT
HARTFORD JAG 2021
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $190,508.00
New Haven, Connecticut CITY OF NEW HAVEN
ENHANCING PUBLIC SAFETY IN CHALLENGING TIMES
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $173,951.00
West Haven, Connecticut CITY OF WEST HAVEN
EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM FY 2021
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $17,585.00
Wilmington, Delaware CITY OF WILMINGTON
ANTI-VIOLENCE OVERTIME INITIATIVE AND COLD CASE INVESTIGATOR
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $219,891.00
Miami-Dade County, Florida MIAMI-DADE COUNTY
CRIME-FIGHTING TOOLKIT: TECHNOLOGY AND STRATEGIC INNOVATION
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $453,573.00
Miami, Florida CITY OF MIAMI
MIAMI POLICE OPEN DATA PORTAL INITIATIVE
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $249,367.00
Miami Gardens, Florida CITY OF MIAMI GARDENS POLICE DEPARTMENT
MIAMI GARDENS FOCUS ON PUBLIC SAFETY
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $69,456.00
Jacksonville, Florida CITY OF JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
FY2021 CRIME PREVENTION AND INTERVENTION INITIATIVE
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $460,184.00
Orlando, Florida ORLANDO, CITY OF
OPD FORENSIC IMPROVEMENTS PROJECTS
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $178,252.00
Sarasota, Florida SARASOTA, CITY OF
O-BJA-2021-35004 EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT PROGRAM
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $26,634.00
Tampa, Florida CITY OF TAMPA
TAMPA POLICE DEPARTMENT JAG
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $136,164.00
Hialeah, Florida CITY OF HIALEAH
DE-ESCALATION TRAINING FOR CITY OF HIALEAH LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $41,053.00
Tallahassee, Florida CITY OF TALLAHASSEE
CONTINUATION AND IMPROVEMENT OF LAW ENFORCEMENT SERVICES
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $144,652.00
Pasco County, Florida PASCO COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
JAG
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $116,903.00
Dekalb County, Georgia DEKALB COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE
CRIMINAL JUSTICE COLLABORATIVE
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $245,718.00
Atlanta, Georgia CITY OF ATLANTA
JAG 2021 ATLANTA: 15 FULLY EQUIPPED UNMARKED PATROL CARS; FULTON COUNTY: UNMARKED PATROL CAR, BALLISTIC ARMOR, CENTENNIAL BADGES, LAPTOPS
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $439,088.00
Albany, Georgia CITY OF ALBANY GEORGIA
LAW ENFORCEMENT OPERATIONAL ENHANCEMENT PROJECT
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $83,805.00
Savannah, Georgia CITY OF SAVANNAH
PURCHASING TI TRAINING SIMULATOR
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $116,920.00
Columbus, Georgia COLUMBUS GEORGIA CONSOLIDATED GOVERNMENT
FUNDING ASSISTANCE FOR LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT
10/1/2020 9/30/2022 Prime $104,731.00
Macon-Bibb County, Georgia MACON-BIBB COUNTY
FY2021 GUN VIOLENCE REDUCTION EFFORTS-BIBB CO. SHERIFF'S OFFICE SPECIAL INVESTIGATIONS UNIT
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $87,224.00
Honolulu, Hawaii CITY & COUNTY OF HONOLULU
HONOLULU POLICE DEPARTMENT LAW ENFORCEMENT, CRIME REDUCTION, YOUTH, SENIOR, D.A.R.E, AND EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS TO PREVENT/REDUCE CRIME AND PROSECUTOR PROJECT.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $444,389.00
Boise, Idaho BOISE, CITY OF
NIGHT VISION EQUIPMENT/RESPIRATOR MASKS
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $162,410.00
Twin Falls County, Idaho COUNTY OF TWIN FALLS
TWIN FALLS COUNTY AND TWIN FALLS CITY 2021 JAG PROGRAM
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $37,811.00
Indianapolis, Indiana CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS
FY21 JAG LOCAL PROVIDES FUNDING FOR VARIOUS CRIMINAL JUSTICE PROGRAMS SERVING CITIZENS OF THE CONSOLIDATED CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS/MARION COUNTY
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $1,066,285.00
Fort Wayne, Indiana CITY OF FORT WAYNE
FORT WAYNE/ALLEN COUNTY FY21 JAG PROJECT
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $115,216.00
Lafayette, Indiana CITY OF LAFAYETTE
PURCHASING OF (6) PORTABLE POLICE RADIOS/ (17) PERSONAL LOCATORS
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $35,220.00
Des Moines, Iowa CITY OF DES MOINES
TECHNICAL ADVANCEMENTS AND EQUIPMENT TO SUPPORT PUBLIC AND OFFICER SAFETY
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $169,638.00
Waterloo, Iowa CITY OF WATERLOO
TO REDUCE TRAFFICKING OF FIREARMS, ILLEGAL DRUGS AND NARCOTIC RELATED CRIME AND VIOLENCE; TO MEET UNFUNDED PUBLIC SAFETY NEEDS.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $46,305.00
Dubuque, Iowa CITY OF DUBUQUE
EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM FY 2021
10/1/2020 9/30/2022 Prime $20,301.36
Topeka, Kansas CITY OF TOPEKA
TOPEKA SHAWNEE COUNTY DIGITAL INVESTIGATIONS PROJECT
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $79,639.00
Lexington-Fayette County, Kentucky LEXINGTON-FAYETTE URBAN COUNTY GOVERNMENT
LFUCG DIVISION OF POLICE EQUIPMENT PURCHASE TO SUPPORT LAW ENFORCEMENT
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $153,791.00
Louisville-Jefferson County, Kentucky LOUISVILLE-JEFFERSON COUNTY METRO GOVERNMENT
FY21 JAG GRANT
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $653,561.00
Kenner, Louisiana CITY OF KENNER
KENNER POLICE BYRNE-JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT PROGRAM LOCAL SOLICITATION 2021 PERSONNEL OVERTIME INITIATIVE
10/1/2020 9/30/2022 Prime $11,540.00
New Orleans, Louisiana CITY OF NEW ORLEANS COURTS
COMPREHENSIVE LAW ENFORCEMENT STRATEGIES
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $356,474.00
Shreveport, Louisiana CITY OF SHREVEPORT
SHREVEPORT / CADDO REDUCTION ON CRIME PROJECT
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $128,587.00
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana SHERIFF-JEFFERSON PARISH
EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT FY21
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $110,821.00
Lake Charles, Louisiana CITY OF LAKE CHARLES
FORENSIC MAPPING, IMAGING, AND 3D SCANNING STATION PROJECT.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $42,670.00
Portland, Maine CITY OF PORTLAND POLICE DEPARTMENT
2021 JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $101,180.00
Montgomery County, Maryland MONTGOMERY COUNTY, MARYLAND
MCPD BJA FY 2021 EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT PROGRAM €“ LOCAL SOLICITATION
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $122,049.00
Baltimore, Maryland BALTIMORE, CITY OF
BALTIMORE POLICE DEPARTMENT'S JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $959,956.00
Boston, Massachusetts CITY OF BOSTON
CITY OF BOSTON POLICE DEPARTMENT BJA FY 21 EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $425,881.00
Peabody, Massachusetts CITY OF PEABODY
PURCHASING PORTABLE RADIOS TO REPLACE OUTDATED AND NON FUNCTIONING UNITS
10/1/2020 9/30/2022 Prime $12,901.16
Worcester, Massachusetts CITY OF WORCESTER
NEIGHBORHOOD/CRIME WATCH MEETINGS
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $123,146.00
Grand Rapids, Michigan CITY OF GRAND RAPIDS
NEIGHBORHOOD-BASED PUBLIC SAFETY; CHATBOX SOFTWARE
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $143,884.00
Kalamazoo, Michigan CITY OF KALAMAZOO
2021 KALAMAZOO CITY AND COUNTY JAG
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $103,751.00
Flint, Michigan CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF FLINT
2021 JAG SOLICITATION
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $182,461.00
St. Paul, Minnesota CITY OF SAINT PAUL
ACTIVITIES TO REDUCE PART I CRIME AND FOR COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT ACTIVITIES.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $253,351.00
Jackson, Mississippi CITY OF JACKSON MISSISSIPPI
THIS GRANT WILL ASSIST THE JACKSON POLICE DEPARTMENT AND HINDS COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE WITH PATROL SUV'S FOR CALL FOR SERVICE.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $247,212.00
Jackson County, Missouri JACKSON COUNTY GOVERNMENT
GREATER KANSAS CITY CRIME PREVENTION INITIATIVES
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $673,255.00
St. Louis, Missouri CITY OF ST. LOUIS
YOUTH EMPOWERMENT SERVICES, PROBLEM PROPERTIES LINKED TO VIOLENCE, NIGHT WATCH ST. LOUIS POLICE PARTNERSHIP WITH DEPUTY JUVENILE OFFICERS THAT MONITOR THE PROGRESS OF YOUNG OFFENDERS WITH FAMILY COURT
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $450,415.00
Billings, Montana CITY OF BILLINGS
EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT ENHANCEMENTS FOR THE CITY OF BILLINGS POLICE DEPARTMENT AND THE YELLOWSTONE COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $105,725.00
Missoula, Montana CITY OF MISSOULA
PURCHASE OF LAW ENFORCEMENT EQUIPMENT AND MAINTAIN PROPERTY CLERK POSITION
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $63,580.00
Omaha, Nebraska CITY OF OMAHA
FY21 OMAHA - DOUGLAS COUNTY, NEBRASKA JAG PROJECT
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $409,839.00
Lincoln, Nebraska LINCOLN CITY OF
LPD BJA BYRNE JAG GRANT PROJECT
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $142,929.00
North Las Vegas, Nevada CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS
NLVPD JAG FY21
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $207,233.00
Reno, Nevada CITY OF RENO
JAG 2021 FORMULA PROGRAM - JOINT APPLICATION FOR WASHOE COUNTY LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $194,890.00
Henderson, Nevada CITY OF HENDERSON
CITY OF HENDERSON POLICE DEPARTMENT - MOBILE TRAFFIC SIGNS/SIGNALS
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $48,535.00
Manchester, New Hampshire CITY OF MANCHESTER
2021 JAG FOR CITY OF MANCHESTER, CITY OF NASHUA AND HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $211,331.00
Newark, New Jersey CITY OF NEWARK NEW JERSEY
ESSEX COUNTY - BJA FY 2021 EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT PROGRAM - LOCAL SOLICITATION
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $395,879.00
Atlantic City, New Jersey ATLANTIC CITY CITY HALL
OFFICER SAFETY
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $54,174.00
Albuquerque, New Mexico CITY OF ALBUQUERQUE
ALBUQUERQUE POLICE DEPARTMENT (APD) AND BERNALILLO COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE (BCSO) FY/21 EDWARD BYRNE JAG LAW ENFORCEMENT PROJECT.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $662,141.00
Santa Fe, New Mexico CITY OF SANTA FE
POLICE TRAFFIC EQUIPMENT
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $26,070.00
Asheville, North Carolina CITY OF ASHEVILLE
ASHEVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT OVERTIME AND BUNCOMBE COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE HELMETS
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $76,873.00
Charlotte, North Carolina CITY OF CHARLOTTE
CMPD FY 2021 EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $623,432.00
Durham County, North Carolina DURHAM COUNTY GOVERNMENT
DURHAM COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICEFY21 JAG
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $196,249.00
Raleigh, North Carolina CITY OF RALEIGH
RALEIGH POLICE DEPARTMENT AND WAKE COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE: POLICE EQUIPMENT AND TRAINING
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $88,381.00
Greensboro, North Carolina CITY OF GREENSBORO
GUILFORD COUNTY 2021 JAG
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $295,667.00
Rocky Mount, North Carolina CITY OF ROCKY MOUNT NORTH CAROLINA
ROCKY MOUNT POLICE DEPARTMENT / NASH COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE JAG 2021 EQUIPMENT AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT GRANT
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $38,909.00
Cass County, North Dakota COUNTY OF CASS
2021 CASS FARGO COLLABORATIVE PROJECT
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $71,327.00
Grand Forks, North Dakota CITY OF GRAND FORKS
TRAFFIC SAFETY, LESS LETHAL, AND RADIO EQUIPMENT ENHANCEMENT
10/1/2020 9/30/2022 Prime $22,251.00
Cincinnati, Ohio CITY OF CINCINNATI
THE CITY OF CINCINNATI'S 2021 JAG PROGRAM HAS BEEN DESIGNED TO ACHIEVE THREE OBJECTIVES: POLICE VISIBILITY OVERTIME, SEXUAL ASSAULT ADVOCATE, AND ENHANCING ADJUDICATION.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $290,309.00
Cleveland, Ohio CITY OF CLEVELAND
GREATER CLEVELAND AREA JAG
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $656,153.00
Youngstown, Ohio CITY OF YOUNGSTOWN
2021 JAG SPLIT WITH MCSO FOR EQUIPMENT PURCHASES.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $37,767.00
Toledo, Ohio CRIMINAL JUSTICE COORDINATING COUNCIL
TOLEDO/LUCAS COUNTY JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $268,179.00
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma CITY OF OKLAHOMA CITY
OKLAHOMA CITY POLICE, OKLAHOMA COUNTY SHERRIFF'S OFFICE, EDMOND POLICE, DEL CITY POLICE & THE MIDWEST CITY POLICE EQUIPMENT, SERVICES, SALARIES & BENEFITS FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT PURPOSES PROJECT.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $496,593.00
Tulsa, Oklahoma CITY OF TULSA
BJA FY 2021 EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT PROGRAM
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $387,099.00
Portland, Oregon CITY OF PORTLAND
PORTLAND METROPOLITAN AREA LAW ENFORCEMENT AND PROSECUTION FY21 JAG GRANT PROGRAM
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $480,737.00
Salem, Oregon CITY OF SALEM
CITY OF SALEM COMMUNITY SERVICE OFFICER PROGRAM
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $92,622.00
Allegheny County, Pennsylvania COUNTY OF ALLEGHENY
ALLEGHENY COUNTY 2021 JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $255,715.00
Allentown, Pennsylvania ALLENTOWN CITY HALL
CRISIS NEGOTIATION AND TRAFFIC CONTROL TECHNOLOGY
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $52,998.00
Lancaster, Pennsylvania CITY OF LANCASTER MUNICIPAL BUILDING
LANCASTER, PA 2021 JAG
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $51,894.00
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania CITY OF PHILADELPHIA
2021 JAG PROGRAM - LOCAL SOLICITATION PPD
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $1,499,662.00
Pawtucket, Rhode Island CITY OF PAWTUCKET
FY 2021 PAWTUCKET POLICE JAG OVERTIME INITIATIVE
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $70,765.00
Providence, Rhode Island PROVIDENCE POLICE DEPARTMENT
PROVIDENCE POLICE USE OF FORCE TRAINING AND COMMUNITY LIAISON.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $204,815.00
North Charleston, South Carolina CITY OF NORTH CHARLESTON
FY2021 LOCAL JAG TO BENEFIT NORTH CHARLESTON AND CHARLESTON COUNTY
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $112,675.00
Charleston, South Carolina CHARLESTON, CITY OF
TRAUMA INFORMED PRACTICES & COMMUNITY OUTREACH PROJECT
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $35,576.00
Summerville, South Carolina TOWN OF SUMMERVILLE
TOWN OF SUMMERVILLE-LOCAL SOLICITATION
10/1/2020 9/30/2022 Prime $0.00
Orangeburg County, South Carolina ORANGEBURG COUNTY
CRISIS MANAGEMENT AND INTERVENTION
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $42,253.00
Columbia, South Carolina CITY OF COLUMBIA
THE SPECIAL SERVICES BUREAU II
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $83,317.00
Mount Pleasant, South Carolina TOWN OF MOUNT PLEASANT TOWN HALL
FY21 EDWARD BYRNE - PAN/TILT/ZOOM CAMERA UNIT
10/1/2020 9/30/2022 Prime $11,003.00
Rapid City, South Dakota CITY OF RAPID CITY
RAPID CITY POLICE JAG
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $107,517.00
Sioux Falls, South Dakota CITY OF SIOUX FALLS
SFPD WILL BE UPDATING OUR SPECIAL TEAMS EQUIPMENT AND MINNEHAHA COUNTY WILL BE USING IT FOR EQUIPMENT AND STORAGE OF THEIR BWC. SEE ATTACHED
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $140,349.00
Knoxville, Tennessee CITY OF KNOXVILLE
SAFETY AND FORENSIC EQUIPMENT ACQUISITIONS TO SUPPORT LAW ENFORCEMENT, PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $149,527.00
Nashville, Tennessee NASHVILLE & DAVIDSON COUNTY, METROPOLITAN GOVERNMENT OF
2021 MNPD EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG)
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $530,779.00
Shelby County, Tennessee SHELBY COUNTY GOVERNMENT
FY 2021 CITY OF MEMPHIS/ SHELBY COUNTY JAG AWARD
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $931,746.00
Chattanooga, Tennessee CITY OF CHATTANOOGA
TO PURCHASE MUCH NEEDED EQUIPMENT.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $152,125.00
Jackson, Tennessee CITY OF JACKSON MAYORS OFF
THIS PROJECT WILL GO TOWARD THE FUNDING OF ONE (1) UNIFORMED OFFICER WITHIN OUR COURTS TO PROVIDE COURT SECURITY AND WILL BE USED FOR THE PURCHASE OF BODY WORN CAMERAS FOR POLICE OFFICERS ON PATROL.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $45,876.00
Clarksville, Tennessee CITY OF CLARKSVILLE
2021 CLARKSVILLE-MONTGOMERY COUNTY LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAM
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $69,255.00
Austin, Texas CITY OF AUSTIN
CITY OF AUSTIN AND TRAVIS COUNTY FY21 EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $365,647.00
Dallas, Texas DALLAS, CITY OF
FY21 JAG
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $1,115,605.00
Fort Worth, Texas CITY OF FORT WORTH
FORT WORTH POLICE DEPARTMENT LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS/PROJECTS
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $528,942.00
Galveston County, Texas COUNTY OF GALVESTON
FY 2021 LAW ENFORCEMENT ENHANCEMENT PROJECTS
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $37,168.00
Houston, Texas CITY OF HOUSTON
FY21 EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT PROGRAM
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $2,607,959.00
Plano, Texas CITY OF PLANO
EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM FY 2021
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $68,486.00
San Antonio, Texas BEXAR COUNTY AUDITOR
FY2021 JOINT BEXAR COUNTY AND CITY OF SAN ANTONIO JAGREQUEST
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $864,255.00
Corpus Christi, Texas CITY OF CORPUS CHRISTI
2021 EDWARD BYRNE JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $192,413.00
Salt Lake City, Utah SALT LAKE CITY CORPORATION
2021 JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT PROJECT, SALT LAKE CITY AND SALT LAKE COUNTY
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $340,246.00
Provo, Utah CITY OF PROVO
TRAFFIC ENFORCEMENT TEAM SPEED TRAILERS AND EQUIPMENT
10/1/2020 9/30/2022 Prime $35,051.00
Murray, Utah CITY OF MURRAY
VEHICLE CAMERA EQUIPMENT
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $32,824.00
Burlington, Vermont CITY OF BURLINGTON
COMMUNITY CONFLICT RESOLUTION AND MEDIATION PROGRAM
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $49,948.00
Leesburg, Virginia TOWN OF LEESBURG FINANCE DEPARTMENT
TECHNOLOGY TO SUPPORT TRANSPARENCY AND INFORMATION SHARING BETWEEN LAW ENFORCEMENT AND COMMUNITIES.
10/1/2020 9/30/2022 Prime $12,412.83
Richmond, Virginia RICHMOND, CITY OF
CURBING VIOLENCE IN THE COMMUNITY FOR A STRONGER RICHMOND
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $152,346.00
Virginia Beach, Virginia CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH
FY21 COMMUNITY POLICING DEVELOPMENT (CPD) PROGRAM - DEESCALATION GRANT
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $78,004.00
Norfolk, Virginia CITY OF NORFOLK
COMMUNITY POLICING, SHERIFF COURT ORDERED DRUG TREATMENT, TECHNOLOGY AND NIBINS EQUIPMENT
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $168,653.00
Chesapeake, Virginia CITY OF CHESAPEAKE
FUNDING CRITICAL POLICE EQUIPMENT
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $136,387.00
Arlington County, Virginia COUNTY OF ARLINGTON
ARLINGTON COUNTY FY21 JAG
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $43,722.51
Olympia, Washington CITY OF OLYMPIA
DE-ESCALATION TRAINING
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $25,269.00
Seattle, Washington SEATTLE POLICE DEPARTMENT
CITY OF SEATTLE JOINT APPLICATION FOR FY2021 JAG FUNDS
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $771,127.00
Spokane, Washington SPOKANE, CITY OF
JAG FY 2021 €“ SPOKANE COUNTY AND CITY OF SPOKANE ENHANCEMENT AND EXPANSION OF LAW ENFORCEMENT AND PROSECUTION PROGRAMS
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $176,381.00
Tacoma, Washington CITY OF TACOMA WASHINGTON
COMMUNITY VIOLENCE INTERVENTION
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $303,790.00
Charleston, West Virginia CITY OF CHARLESTON
CPD CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION PROJECT
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $76,294.00
Morgantown, West Virginia CITY OF MORGANTOWN, THE
THE MORGANTOWN POLICE DEPARTMENT WILL PURCHASE TASERS, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND RECERTIFY INSTRUCTORS WITH THE UPGRADED TASERS.
10/1/2020 9/30/2022 Prime $14,535.00
La Crosse, Wisconsin LA CROSSE, CITY OF
2021 LA CROSSE JAG COLLABORATION
10/1/2020 9/30/2022 Prime $14,195.00
Madison, Wisconsin CITY OF MADISON
2021 MADISON SPI
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $101,346.00
Milwaukee County, Wisconsin MILWAUKEE COUNTY
2021 MILWAUKEE UNIFIED PUBLIC SAFETY INITIATIVE
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $48,072.00
Kenosha, Wisconsin CITY OF KENOSHA
OUR PROJECT WILL ENTAIL PURCHASING EQUIPMENT TO ENHANCE THE PRODUCTIVITY AND IMPROVE TECHNOLOGY ON OUR DEPARTMENTS
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $36,443.00
Laramie County, Wyoming LARAMIE COUNTY GOVERNMENT
LARAMIE COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT AND THE CITY OF CHEYENNE POLICE DEPARTMENT FY2021 REQUEST.
10/1/2020 9/30/2022 Prime $61,631.00
Salt Lake City, Utah UNIFIED POLICE DEPARTMENT OF GREATER SALT LAKE
SALT LAKE COUNTY AND SALT LAKE CITY HAVE BEEN DETERMINED DISPARATE REGIONS. UPD WILL RECEIVE THE SUB-AWARD FROM SALT LAKE CITY ON THE 2021 EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT PROGRAM AND WILL UTILIZE THE FUNDS FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT AND OTHER PROGRAMS, AS APPROVED BJA.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $57,054.50
Cheyenne, Wyoming CITY OF CHEYENNE
OVERTIME FOR THE CITY OF CHEYENNE POLICE DEPARTMENT FOR COMMUNITY POLICING AND FOR THE PURCHASE OF PATROL ACCESSORIES.
10/1/2020 9/30/2022 Sub $49,554.00
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania CITY OF PITTSBURGH
THE PITTSBURGH BUREAU OF POLICE (PBP) WILL PURCHASE AND INSTALL A MORE ROBUST DATA STORAGE FORENSIC EVIDENCE SERVER (FES) BECAUSE THE PBPÂ S CURRENT FES IS NEARING ITS 80 TB CAPACITY.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $88,000.00
Indianapolis, Indiana INDIANA STATE POLICE
THE INDIANA STATE POLICE DRUG ENFORCEMENT SECTION (DES) PROVIDES LAW ENFORCEMENT SERVICES AND ASSISTS LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES & TASK FORCES WITH DRUG RELATED CRIMINAL ACTIVITY. SPECIFICALLY, COVERT DRUG BUYS, SURVEILLANCE, INTERDICTION, DRUG DIVERSION AND WIRE INTERCEPT INVESTIGATIONS ARE THE KEY INVESTIGATIVE COMPONENTS OF THE ISP DES. THE BACKBONE OF DES IS COVERT INVESTIGATIONS. THERE IS A PART OF THE CRIMINAL ELEMENT THAT ARE OFTEN WELL INSULATED FROM TYPICAL INVESTIGATIVE EFFORTS. IN ORDER TO THOROUGHLY AND EFFECTIVELY INVESTIGATE THOSE INDIVIDUALS, COVERT METHODS ARE UTILIZED. COVERT INVESTIGATIONS TYPICALLY INVOLVE UNDERCOVER PURCHASES OF EVIDENCE, CONTROLLED PURCHASES OF EVIDENCE, AND MANY HOURS OF SURVEILLANCE. THE COVERT INVESTIGATIONS ARE VERY MANPOWER INTENSIVE AND EXPENSIVE. AS A RESULT OF THE TIME AND EFFORT PUT INTO THE INVESTIGATIONS, THEY ARE READILY ACCEPTED BY MOST PROSECUTORSÂ OFFICES AND RARELY FOUGHT IN COURT. DES RELIES HEAVILY ON CONFIDENTIAL FUNDS THAT ALLOW FOR THE PURCHASE OF EVIDENCE AND INFORMATION IN COVERT INVESTIGATIONS. THESE PURCHASES ALLOW FOR THE SUCCESSFUL PROSECUTION OF INDIVIDUALS SELLING ILLEGAL GOODS. ANOTHER EXPENSE FOR DES INVOLVES MAINTAINING A COVERT OFFICE FACILITY, A CRITICAL COMPONENT FOR THE MISSION OF ISP. THIS FACILITY PROVIDES A SAFE LOCATION FOR UNDERCOVER OFFICERS TO COMPLETE A MULTITUDE OF ACTIVITIES TO INCLUDE INVESTIGATIVE BRIEFINGS, OPERATIONAL PLANNING SESSIONS, WIRE INTERCEPTS AND IN-SERVICE TRAININGS. IN ORDER FOR SUCCESSFUL PROSECUTIONS TO OCCUR IN COVERT INVESTIGATIONS, COURTS ARE LEANING MORE HEAVILY ON VIDEO EVIDENCE OF THE CRIMES. IN ORDER TO CAPTURE VIDEO EVIDENCE, COVERT DIGITAL VIDEO RECORDERS ARE USED. MANY OF THESE INVESTIGATIONS INVOLVE CONFIDENTIAL INFORMANTS MAKING THE PURCHASES OF EVIDENCE IN A CONTROLLED MANNER. THE CONFIDENTIAL INFORMANTS ARE PROVIDED DIGITAL VIDEO RECORDERS TO CAPTURE EVIDENCE. OCCASIONALLY, SOME OF THE CONFIDENTIAL INFORMANTS BECOME TARGETS OF INVESTIGATIONS. DUE TO THIS, DES IS CONSTANTLY IN NEED OF NEW COVERT RECORDERS THAT CANNOT BE IDENTIFIED BY THE CRIMINAL ELEMENT. ANOTHER COMPONENT OF DES IS INTERDICTION. INTERDICTION AT DES INVOLVES HIGHWAY, HOTEL / MOTEL, TRUCK STOP, AND PARCEL INTERDICTION. ISP HAS A STRONG CRIMINAL INTERDICTION PRESENCE IN CENTRAL INDIANA WITH THE PLAN OF EXPANSION. HIGHWAY INTERDICTION TROOPERS TRAVEL AROUND THE STATE TO WORK WITH AND TRAIN LOCAL TROOPERS IN CURRENT INTERDICTION TECHNIQUES. HOTEL / MOTEL AND TRUCK STOP INTERDICTION ARE EFFECTIVE METHODS OF INTERCEPTING TRAVELLING CRIMINALS WHILE THEY ARE WAITING TO MAKE CONTACT WITH THEIR LOCAL CRIMINAL CONNECTIONS. PARCEL INTERDICTION INVOLVES A TROOPER ASSIGNED TO THE HOMELAND SECURITY INVESTIGATIONS PARCEL/BULK CASH SMUGGLING INTERDICTION TASK FORCE, COMPRISED OF THE INDIANA STATE POLICE, INDIANAPOLIS METROPOLITAN POLICE DEPARTMENT, U.S. CUSTOMS AND BORDER PROTECTION, AND U.S. HOMELAND SECURITY INVESTIGATIONS. THIS TASK FORCE WORKS ON A FULL-TIME BASIS WITH THE OBJECTIVE OF DISRUPTING NARCOTICS TRAFFICKERS UTILIZING PRIVATE SHIPPING COMPANIES TO CONDUCT ILLICIT BUSINESS. DRUG DIVERSION INVESTIGATIONS ARE ESSENTIAL TO SUPPRESSING THE OPIOID CRISIS. WITH IDENTIFYING AND INVESTIGATING HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS ABUSING THEIR PRESCRIPTION AUTHORITY, DES CAN REDUCE THE CHANCES OF CITIZENS GETTING EXPOSED TO ADDICTIVE OPIOIDS. WIRETAP INVESTIGATIONS ARE OCCASIONALLY UTILIZED TO INVESTIGATE AN ENTIRE CRIMINAL ORGANIZATION. THESE INVESTIGATIONS ARE LONG TERM AND EXPENSIVE, BUT VERY EFFECTIVE. IN SUMMARY, THIS PROGRAM WILL ALLOW THE ISP TO AUGMENT INVESTIGATIVE EFFORTS IN COMMUNITIES THROUGHOUT INDIANA. THIS FINANCIAL SUPPORT IS A CRITICAL COMPONENT TO THE OVERALL ISP DRUG ENFORCEMENT MISSION AND WILL BE UTILIZED IN MANY WAYS TO KEEP THE COMMUNITY AND OUR OFFICERS SAFER WHILE ALL THE WHILE REDUCING THE AMOUNT OF DRUGS AVAILABLE FOR ABUSE.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $202,144.50
Mobile, Alabama CITY OF MOBILE
2021 MOBILE AREA LAW ENFORCEMENT INITIATIVE PROGRAM
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $73,177.50
St. Petersburg, Florida ST PETERSBURG, CITY OF
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS STATES ANDUNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENTAND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDSCAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL,EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE,INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENTPROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4)CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENTPROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; AND 7) CRIMEVICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION) AND 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMSAND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMSAND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS. THIS JAG AWARD WILL BE USED TO SUPPORT CRIMINAL JUSTICE INITIATIVES THAT FALL UNDER ONE ORMORE OF THE ALLOWABLE PROGRAM AREAS ABOVE. FUNDED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES MAY INCLUDEMULTIJURISDICTIONAL DRUG AND GANG TASK FORCES, CRIME PREVENTION AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCEPROGRAMS, COURTS, CORRECTIONS, TREATMENT, JUSTICE INFORMATION SHARING INITIATIVES, OR OTHERPROGRAMS AIMED AT REDUCING CRIME AND/OR ENHANCING PUBLIC/OFFICER SAFETY. TO PROVIDE AN OPPORTUNITY TO CONTRIBUTE TO A DECREASE IN VIOLENT CRIME, SPPD WILL REMAIN PROACTIVE IN ITS PUBLIC SAFETY MISSION AND WILL CONTINUE TO UTILIZE JAG FUNDS TO SUPPORT THESE CRIME REDUCING INITIATIVES THAT ADDRESS SPECIFIC CRIME-RELATED ISSUES THROUGHOUT THE CITY. THE SPPD PUBLIC SAFETY STRATEGY AND COMMUNITY POLICING EFFORTS CONSUME SIGNIFICANT RESOURCES. TO REDUCE CRIME AND TO EFFECTIVELY RESOLVE ISSUES THAT AFFECT THE QUALITY OF LIFE IN CITY NEIGHBORHOODS, JAG-FUNDED DOLLARS WILL BE USED TO SUPPORT TARGETED ENFORCEMENT ACTIVITIES, CRIME PREVENTION PROGRAMS, AND COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS. LAW ENFORCEMENT WILL CONTINUE TO FIND INNOVATIVE WAYS TO STOP THE FLOW OF DRUGS AND CRIME IN COMMUNITIES. IF THIS PROBLEM IS NOT CONTINUALLY ADDRESSED THROUGH INVESTIGATIONS, ARRESTS, AND PROSECUTION, THE NUMBER OF MAJOR CRIMES AND NARCOTIC USE MAY RISE.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $91,601.50
Reno, Nevada CITY OF RENO
MULTI-JURISDICTIONAL GANG TASK FORCE. ASSIST IN FUNDING FOR PERSONNEL, SUPPLIES AND INCREASE KNOWLEDGE THROUGH EDUCATION, NETWORKING AND INTELLIGENCE GATHERING. GOALS INCLUDE REDUCING RECRUITMENT OF MEMBERSHIP IN AND CRIMINAL ACTIVITY OF GANGS IN ADDITION TO DECREASING THE IMPACT OF GRAFFITI WITHIN THE COMMUNITY.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $68,000.00
Reno, Nevada CITY OF RENO
FUNDS WILL ASSIST TO PROVIDE FOR THE HUMAN EXPLOITATION AND TRAFFICKING UNIT (HEAT), PERSONNEL TO INCREASE THE ENFORCEMENT TIME SPENT IN THE AREA OF ILLEGAL SEX TRAFFICKING, PROSTITUTION AND/OR PANDERING, AND VICTIMS' RECOVERIES, PROVIDE ADDITIONAL TRAINING TO EXPAND INVESTIGATIVE KNOWLEDGE RELATED TO THESE ACTIVITIES AND PURCHASE ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT NECESSARY TO EXTRACT AND ANALYZE CRUCIAL MOBILE PHONE EVIDENCE IN ORDER TO FURTHER INVESTIGATIONS.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $60,000.00
El Paso, Texas CITY OF EL PASO
THE EL PASO POLICE DEPARTMENT (EPPD) IS SEEKING TO ENHANCE THE ONLINE REPORTING CAPABILITY FOR CITIZENS TO FILE POLICE REPORTS FOR SELECTED INCIDENTS. THE LEXIS-NEXIS DORS SOFTWARE SUBSCRIPTION WILL BE IMPLEMENTED TO EFFICIENTLY TRANSFER REPORTS FROM THE PUBLIC DIRECTLY INTO THE DEPARTMENT'S ONCALL RECORDS RMS. THE GRANT FUNDING WILL SUPPLEMENT PREVIOUSLY BUDGETED FUNDING. INITIAL LEXISNEXIS INVESTMENT WILL BE FUNDED BY CONFISCATED FUNDS. THE JAG FUNDS WILL SUPPLEMENT 14.6 MONTHS OF LEXISNEXIS SUBSCRIPTION. IN ADDITION THE EPPD IS SEEKING TO ENHANCE ESSENTIAL EQUIPMENT USED BY THE TELEPHONE REPORTING UNIT. THE EQUIPMENT UPGRADES WILL INCLUDE 57 MONITORS, 19 MONITOR STANDS AND 19 VIDEO CARDS AT AN ESTIMATED COST OF $26,722.49. THE QUANTITY AND QUALITY OF CUSTOMER SERVICE CAN BE GREATLY IMPROVED BY UPGRADING THE WORKSTATIONS; LESS TIME OPERATING THE COMPUTERS WILL MAINTAIN EFFICIENT TELEPHONE CALL REPORTING SERVICES WITH CUSTOMERS, AS WELL AS PRODUCE MORE REPORTS PER STAFF MEMBER DURING THE WORKDAY. TOTAL PROJECT COSTS ARE ESTIMATED AT $108,850.50.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $108,850.50
El Paso, Texas CITY OF EL PASO
THE EL PASO POLICE DEPARTMENT (EPPD) IS SEEKING TO ENHANCE THE ONLINE REPORTING CAPABILITY FOR CITIZENS TO FILE POLICE REPORTS FOR SELECTED INCIDENTS. THE LEXIS-NEXIS DORS SOFTWARE SUBSCRIPTION WILL BE IMPLEMENTED TO EFFICIENTLY TRANSFER REPORTS FROM THE PUBLIC DIRECTLY INTO THE DEPARTMENT'S ONCALL RECORDS RMS. THE GRANT FUNDING WILL SUPPLEMENT PREVIOUSLY BUDGETED FUNDING. INITIAL LEXISNEXIS INVESTMENT WILL BE FUNDED BY CONFISCATED FUNDS. THE JAG FUNDS WILL SUPPLEMENT 14.6 MONTHS OF LEXISNEXIS SUBSCRIPTION. IN ADDITION THE EPPD IS SEEKING TO ENHANCE ESSENTIAL EQUIPMENT USED BY THE TELEPHONE REPORTING UNIT. THE EQUIPMENT UPGRADES WILL INCLUDE 57 MONITORS, 19 MONITOR STANDS AND 19 VIDEO CARDS AT AN ESTIMATED COST OF $26,722.49. THE QUANTITY AND QUALITY OF CUSTOMER SERVICE CAN BE GREATLY IMPROVED BY UPGRADING THE WORKSTATIONS; LESS TIME OPERATING THE COMPUTERS WILL MAINTAIN EFFICIENT TELEPHONE CALL REPORTING SERVICES WITH CUSTOMERS, AS WELL AS PRODUCE MORE REPORTS PER STAFF MEMBER DURING THE WORKDAY. TOTAL PROJECT COSTS ARE ESTIMATED AT $108,850.50.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $0.00
Toledo, Ohio CITY OF TOLEDO
TOLEDO POLICE DEPARTMENT WILL USE FUNDING TO UPGRADE A PORTION OF ITS PORTABLE RADIO INVENTORY. IN ADDITION, TPD WILL PURCHASE A GAS CHROMATOGRAPH MASS SPECTROMETER THAT IS USED FOR CHEMICAL AND MOLECULAR ANALYSIS OF OPIOIDS.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $131,407.71
Las Vegas, Nevada LAS VEGAS METROPOLITAN POLICE DEPARTMENT
FUNDS WILL ASSIST IN THE PURCHASE OF ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT FOR FORENSIC ANALYZE IN THE FIREARM DETAIL UNIT IN CASES INVOLVING THE USE OF A FIREARM.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $40,000.00
Carson City, Nevada CITY OF CARSON CITY
FUNDS WILL ASSIST IN PROVIDING PERSONNEL TO REDUCE THE IMPACT OF DRUG RELATED CRIME IN THE NORTHERN NEVADA AREA ALONG WITH THEIR ALLIED PARTNERS.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $95,000.00
Carson City, Nevada CITY OF CARSON CITY
FUNDS WILL ASSIST WITH PERSONNEL, BEHAVIORAL HEALTH PEACE OFFICER, TO WORK CLOSELY WITH THE NATIONAL ALLIANCE ON MENTAL ILLNESS TO IDENTIFY, REFER AND DIVERT INDIVIDUALS TO OTHER SERVICES RATHER THAN JAIL.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $55,000.00
El Paso, Texas CITY OF EL PASO
THE EL PASO POLICE DEPARTMENT (EPPD) IS SEEKING TO ENHANCE THE ONLINE REPORTING CAPABILITY FOR CITIZENS TO FILE POLICE REPORTS FOR SELECTED INCIDENTS. THE LEXIS-NEXIS DORS SOFTWARE SUBSCRIPTION WILL BE IMPLEMENTED TO EFFICIENTLY TRANSFER REPORTS FROM THE PUBLIC DIRECTLY INTO THE DEPARTMENT'S ONCALL RECORDS RMS. THE GRANT FUNDING WILL SUPPLEMENT PREVIOUSLY BUDGETED FUNDING. INITIAL LEXISNEXIS INVESTMENT WILL BE FUNDED BY CONFISCATED FUNDS. THE JAG FUNDS WILL SUPPLEMENT 14.6 MONTHS OF LEXISNEXIS SUBSCRIPTION. IN ADDITION THE EPPD IS SEEKING TO ENHANCE ESSENTIAL EQUIPMENT USED BY THE TELEPHONE REPORTING UNIT. THE EQUIPMENT UPGRADES WILL INCLUDE 57 MONITORS, 19 MONITOR STANDS AND 19 VIDEO CARDS AT AN ESTIMATED COST OF $26,722.49. THE QUANTITY AND QUALITY OF CUSTOMER SERVICE CAN BE GREATLY IMPROVED BY UPGRADING THE WORKSTATIONS; LESS TIME OPERATING THE COMPUTERS WILL MAINTAIN EFFICIENT TELEPHONE CALL REPORTING SERVICES WITH CUSTOMERS, AS WELL AS PRODUCE MORE REPORTS PER STAFF MEMBER DURING THE WORKDAY. TOTAL PROJECT COSTS ARE ESTIMATED AT $108,850.50.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $16,752.27
Los Angeles County, California LA COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF ARTS A
THE OVERALL GOAL OF THE COUNTY'S CRIME REDUCTION AND PUBLIC SAFETY IMPROVEMENT INITIATIVE IS TO REDUCE CRIME AND IMPROVE PUBLIC SAFETY. PERSONAL AND COMMUNITY SAFETY IS RECOGNIZED AS BEING ONE OF OUR MOST BASIC NEEDS. THE COUNTY HAS BEEN WORKING IN A COOPERATIVE EFFORT WITH VARIOUS JUSTICE AND LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES TO TARGET STREET GANGS WITH THE USE OF SEARCH WARRANTS, ARRESTS, AND THE SEIZURE OF FIREARMS AND WEAPONS. IT IS MOST IMPORTANT FOR PERPETRATORS OF VIOLENT GANG CRIMES TO BE IDENTIFIED, ARRESTED, PROSECUTED, AND CONVICTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH LAW. THIS IS DONE TO PROTECT THE PUBLIC FROM CRIME THAT CAN RUIN THE LOCAL ECONOMY, AND HAVE A NEGATIVE IMPACT ON THE QUALITY OF LIFE FOR ALL PERSONS. DEVELOPING SPECIFIC STRATEGIES THAT TARGET AND FOCUS ON VERTICAL GANG PROSECUTION PROGRAMS WILL SUPPRESS ORGANIZED CRIMINAL GANG BEHAVIOR AND CONTROL THE IMPACT OF GANGS ON OUR COMMUNITY. ANOTHER COMPONENT OF THE COUNTY'S INITIATIVE IS THE MANAGEMENT OF PROBATIONERS IN ORDER TO PREVENT NEW CRIMES. THE COUNTY'S PROBATION DEPARTMENT ADMINISTERS A VARIETY OF SERVICES TO HEIGHTEN AND PROMOTE PUBLIC SAFETY. COUNTY PROBATION OFFICERS WORK IN A COLLABORATIVE MANNER WITH OTHER LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES TO PREVENT AND REDUCE CRIMINAL BEHAVIOR BY HOLDING PROBATIONERS ACCOUNTABLE THROUGH CASE MANAGEMENT, SUPERVISION, AND MONITORING. PUBLIC SAFETY IS ENHANCED WHEN OFFENDERS ARE HELD ACCOUNTABLE AND REDIRECTED FROM DELINQUENT AND CRIMINAL BEHAVIOR. STRATEGIES TO POSITIVELY IMPACT THE BEHAVIOR OF PROBATIONERS AND AT-RISK YOUTH THROUGH EARLY INTERVENTION AND SUPPRESSION PROGRAMS ARE A KEY ELEMENT OF LOS ANGELES COUNTY'S CRIME REDUCTION AND PUBLIC SAFETY IMPROVEMENT INITIATIVE.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $1,211,775.75
Los Angeles County, California COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES
THE PRIMARY PURPOSE OF CLEAR IS TO FACILITATE THE RECOVERY OF TARGETED GANG-INFESTED COMMUNITIES THROUGH COLLABORATION BETWEEN CRIMINAL JUSTICE AGENCIES INCLUDING THE LOS ANGELES POLICE DEPARTMENT (LAPD), LOS ANGELES COUNTY PROBATION DEPARTMENT, LOS ANGELES CITY ATTORNEY, LOS ANGELES COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY, CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS, AND LOS ANGELES MAYOR⠬ ¢S OFFICE. THROUGH COMMUNITY IMPACT TEAMS, CLEAR ENGAGES RESIDENTS OF EACH CLEAR SITE INTEGRATING RESIDENT INPUT TO IMPROVE QUALITY OF LIFE ISSUES. THERE ARE CURRENTLY 9 CLEAR SITES, LOCATED IN THE FOLLOWING LAPD DIVISIONS: NORTHEAST, NEWTON, SOUTHEAST, FOOTHILL, SOUTHWEST, HOLLENBECK/BOYLE HEIGHTS, HOLLENBECK/RAMONA GARDENS, RAMPART, AND 77TH. EACH CLEAR SITE IS ASSIGNED A DEPUTY CITY ATTORNEY, A DEPUTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY, AND PROBATION OFFICER, IN ADDITION TO 1 DETECTIVE, 1 SERGEANT, AND 8 POLICE OFFICERS. PROJECT IDENTIFIERS:GANGS, VIOLENCE-VIOLENT CRIME, COMMUNITY PROSECUTION.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $626,711.00
Illinois ILLINOIS CRIMINAL JUSTICE INFORMATION AUTHORITY
FFY21 EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $6,959,059.00
New Orleans, Louisiana CITY OF NEW ORLEANS
TO PURCHASE UPDATED COMPUTER EQUIPMENT FOR THE HOMICIDE UNIT.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $39,146.00
Wichita, Kansas CITY OF WICHITA
2021 BJA FY 21 EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM - LOCAL SOLICITATION
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $221,740.00
Spokane County, Washington COUNTY OF SPOKANE
SUPPORT LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT EFFORTS TO PREVENT AND REDUCE CRIME AND VIOLENCE BY PURCHASING EQUIPMENT.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $79,371.00
Orlando, Florida ORLANDO, CITY OF
THE RECIPIENT WILL USE JAG FUNDS UNDER FEDERAL PROGRAM AREA 01 TO PURCHASE RIFLE OPTICS AND MOUNTING DEVICES.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $50,989.00
Shreveport, Louisiana CITY OF SHREVEPORT
THIS PROJECT WILL SUPPORT A NARCOTIC TASK FORCE COMPRISED OF LAW ENFORCEMENT PERSONNEL FROM THE SHREVEPORT POLICE DEPARTMENT AND CADDO PARISH SHERIFF'S OFFICE. THE PROJECT WILL CONDUCT TRADITIONAL NARCOTICS ENFORCEMENT ACTIVITIES WITHIN THE CITY OF SHREVEPORT AND CADDO PARISH.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $46,118.00
Cheyenne, Wyoming CITY OF CHEYENNE
CITY OF CHEYENNE TO RECEIVE $54,443 TOWARDS COMMUNITY POLICING OVERTIME AND PATROL ACCESSORIES AS SPECIFIED IN APPLICATION AND SUBAWARD.
10/1/2020 9/30/2022 Sub $54,443.00
Sitka, Alaska CITY & BOROUGH OF SITKA
THE SOUTHEAST ALASKA CITIES AGAINST DRUGS (SEACAD) TASK FORCE IS A MULTI-JURISDICTIONAL COUNTER-DRUG TASK FORCE OF MUNICIPAL, STATE, AND FEDERAL AGENCIES. THE TRADITIONAL PURPOSE OF THE TASK FORCE IS TO INVESTIGATE SIGNIFICANT CRIMINAL ACTIVITIES AS RELATED TO ILLEGAL CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES TO INCLUDE MANUFACTURING, TRANSPORTATION AND DISTRIBUTION. THE SITKA POLICE DEPARTMENT IS REQUESTING FUNDING FOR A FULL TIME DEDICATED DRUG OFFICER.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $98,900.53
Illinois ILLINOIS SHERIFFS' ASSOCIATION
NATIONAL INCIDENT-BASED REPORTING SYSTEM (NIBRS)
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $76,392.00
Alabama ECONOMIC AND COMMUNITY AFFAIRS, ALABAMA DEPARTMENT OF
FY 21 BYRNE JAG
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $3,667,425.00
Columbus, Ohio CITY OF COLUMBUS
SUPPORT FOR A MARKETING CAMPAIGN TO SUPPORT INCREASED POSITIVE INTERACTIONS BETWEEN LAW ENFORCEMENT AND THE PUBLIC, WITH A SPECIFIC EMPHASIS ON THE DANGERS OF DRINKING AND DRIVING.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $100,000.00
Houston, Texas CITY OF HOUSTON
THE CITY OF HOUSTON'S TAKING A STAND-REDUCING VIOLENT CRIMES IN OUR COMMUNITIES PROJECT WILL PROVIDE OVERTIME TO PEACE OFFICERS TO ACHIEVE EFFECTIVE RESULTS AND PROVIDE THE PEOPLE WITH A SENSE OF SAFETY BY INCREASING ARRESTS AND PROSECUTION OF VIOLENT OFF
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $125,000.00
Houston, Texas CITY OF HOUSTON
THE CITY OF HOUSTON'S PAROLE / DOMESTIC VIOLENCE INITIATIVE PROJECT PROVIDES OVERTIME FOR OFFICERS WHO INVESTIGATE POSSIBLE PAROLE VIOLATIONS THUS UPHOLDING THE CITY'S PUBLIC SAFETY.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $123,667.00
Las Vegas, Nevada LAS VEGAS METROPOLITAN POLICE DEPARTMENT
THE LAS VEGAS METROPOLITAN POLICE DEPARTMENT DETENTION SERVICES DIVISION STAFFS THE CLARK COUNTY DETENTION CENTER AND IS REQUESTING $45,000 FROM THE FY 2022 EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT PROGRAM (JAG). CCDC IS CURRENTLY CONTRACTED WITH A VENDOR WHO PROVIDES THE RECORDED PHONE LINE SYSTEM INMATES USE TO PHONE THEIR LOVED ONES. CURRENTLY, OFFICERS SPEND HOURS LISTENING TO RECORDED JAIL PHONES CALLS FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROVIDING PHONE RECORDS FOR SUBPOENAS AS WELL AS INVESTIGATORY LEADS. A WORD ALERT SYSTEM UPGRADE IS AVAILABLE AND WILL PROVIDE ALERTS TO AID OFFICERS IN SEARCHING INMATE CALLS FOR KEY TERMS, PHRASES AND SLANG. THE WORD ALERT SYSTEM WILL ALSO PROVIDE TRANSCRIPTIONS AND TRANSLATE THE NON-ENGLISH LANGUAGE INTO ENGLISH IN A JUDICIOUS MANNER. BY RECEIVING ANALYTICAL AND INVESTIGATIVE LEADS, THE SYSTEM WILL BE USED TO REDUCE VIOLENT CRIME FOR SAFER COMMUNITIES IN NEVADA THROUGH ENHANCED TECHNOLOGY.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $45,000.00
Reno, Nevada RENO, CITY OF
THE HUMAN EXPLOITATION AND TRAFFICKING UNIT (HEAT) IS REQUESTING $60,000 TO DETER ILLEGAL CRIMES RELATED TO THE COMMERCIAL SEX TRADE, THE RECOVERY OF ADULT AND JUVENILE VICTIMS, AND COMMUNITY AWARENESS THROUGH PRESENTATIONS. THIS PROJECT WILL INCREASE THE NUMBER OF CASES AND TIME SPENT IN INVESTIGATION AND ENFORCEMENT OF SEX TRAFFICKING, PROSTITUTION, PANDERING, AND SOLICITATION CRIMES. THIS WILL BE ACHIEVED THROUGH OVERTIME HOURS SPENT CONDUCTING ONLINE RESEARCH, CASE FOLLOW-UP, AND CONDUCTING OPERATIONS TO HELP REDUCE THE DEMAND FOR ILLEGAL PROSTITUTION. THESE OPERATIONS WILL INCLUDE A FOCUS ON THE "JOHNS" ESPECIALLY THOSE, SEEKING UNDER-AGED GIRLS, AND THE INDIVIDUAL'S RESPONSIBLE FOR SEX TRAFFICKING. TO THE EXTENT POSSIBLE, INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE BEING TRAFFICKED WILL BE CONNECTED WITH COMMUNITY RESOURCES, BY OUR VICTIM ADVOCATE, TO ASSIST THEM IN LEAVING THE INDUSTRY. DELIVERABLES WILL INCLUDE NUMBER OF OPERATIONS, ARRESTS OF OFFENDERS, RECOVERY OF SEX TRAFFICKING VICTIMS, AND COMMUNITY OUTREACH PRESENTATIONS. A SECONDARY GOAL IS TO OBTAIN ADDITIONAL TRAINING FUNDS FOR THE NEW DETECTIVES IN THE UNIT. THROUGH ADDITIONAL TRAINING, THE DETECTIVES WILL CONTINUE TO GAIN MORE INVESTIGATIVE KNOWLEDGE AND WORK TOWARDS BECOMING EXPERTS IN THEIR FIELD FOR COURT PURPOSES. A THIRD GOAL IS TO RENEW THE CELLEBRITE CONTRACT SO HEAT DETECTIVES HAVE THE CAPABILITY OF EXTRACTING INFORMATION FROM A CELL PHONE. HAVING THE ABILITY TO CAPTURE THE DIGITAL EVIDENCE RELATED TO THE SEX TRAFFICKING CRIMES IS CRUCIAL TO THE INVESTIGATION AND DURING THE COURT PROCEEDINGS. THE DELIVERABLES FOR THE SECOND TWO GOALS WILL BE STRONGER CASES AND ADDITIONAL CONVICTIONS.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $60,000.00
Aurora, Colorado AURORA, CITY OF
AURORA POLICE DEPARTMENT INTENDS TO USE GRANT FUNDS TO IMPROVE NEEDS THAT IMPROVE OPERATIONAL EFFICIENCY AND EFFECTIVENESS. AS PART OF THAT GOAL, AURORA PD WOULD LIKE TO IMPROVE THEIR TECHNOLOGY BY USING JAG FUNDS TO PURCHASE SIX (6) MOBILE LICENSE PLATE READERS (LPR), THREE (3) MOBILE LPR PROCESSORS, THREE (3) SETS OF REQUIRED CABLING, TWO (2) FIXED LPR CAMERAS, SIX (6) CAMERAS AND ALL RELATED EQUIPMENT FOR OUR MESH CAMERA SYSTEM. ADDITIONALLY, FUNDS WILL BE UTILIZED TO ATTEND LEADERSHIP TRAININGS THAT FOCUS ON THE FIELD TRAINING UNIT.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $104,717.00
Boulder County, Colorado COUNTY OF BOULDER
PROJECT TEN (THIS ENDS NOW) IS A NEW ANTI-TRAFFICKING INITIATIVE AND COORDINATED RESPONSE PROGRAM TO IMPROVE PREVENTION, IDENTIFICATION, INVESTIGATION, AND PROSECUTION OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING CASES AND TO BETTER MEET SURVIVOR NEEDS. SURVIVORS OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING PRESENT WITH COMPLEX NEEDS THAT CHALLENGE EXISTING MODELS AND SERVICES AND REQUIRE SPECIALIZED APPROACHES. PROJECT TEN WILL DEDICATE RESOURCES TO IDENTIFY GAPS, EXPLORE NEW MODELS, AND IMPLEMENT BEST PRACTICES TO EFFECTIVELY IMPACT THIS COMMUNITY NEED.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $141,593.00
Baltimore County, Maryland BALTIMORE COUNTY MARYLAND
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS STATES AND UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; AND 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION) AND 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS.   THIS JAG AWARD WILL BE USED TO SUPPORT CRIMINAL JUSTICE INITIATIVES THAT FALL UNDER ONE OR MORE OF THE ALLOWABLE PROGRAM AREAS ABOVE. FUNDED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES MAY INCLUDE MULTIJURISDICTIONAL DRUG AND GANG TASK FORCES, CRIME PREVENTION AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PROGRAMS, COURTS, CORRECTIONS, TREATMENT, JUSTICE INFORMATION SHARING INITIATIVES, OR OTHER PROGRAMS AIMED AT REDUCING CRIME AND/OR ENHANCING PUBLIC/OFFICER SAFETY.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $404,096.00
St. Louis County, Missouri ST. LOUIS COUNTY, MISSOURI
STRATEGIES FOR POLICING INNOVATION, PURPOSE AREA 2: RESPONDING TO PRECIPITOUS INCREASE IN CRIME, PROVIDES RESOURCES TO FUND PROJECTS THAT IMPLEMENT TECHNOLOGY-DRIVEN JUSTICE INFORMATION-SHARING SOLUTIONS AT THE STATE, LOCAL, TERRITORIAL, AND TRIBAL LEVELS THAT RESULT IN SIGNIFICANT COST AND TIME SAVINGS AND ENHANCE CRIMINAL JUSTICE POLICIES AND PRACTICES THAT PROMOTE PUBLIC SAFETY AND REDUCE CRIME. RECIPIENTS MUST: 1) IDENTIFY A CRIME THAT HAS PRECIPITOUSLY INCREASED WITHIN THE JURISDICTION; 2) IDENTIFY THE PERIOD OF TIME DURING WHICH THE CRIME OR RELEVANT CATEGORY OF CRIME INCREASED AND PROVIDE EVIDENCE SUBSTANTIATING THE CLAIMED INCREASE; 3) DESCRIBE THE LAW ENFORCEMENT AND/OR JUSTICE INFORMATION-SHARING SOLUTION OR TECHNOLOGY TO BE IMPLEMENTED THAT WILL ADDRESS THE IDENTIFIED CRIME INCREASE AND DRIVE ITS REDUCTION; 4) DESCRIBE HOW THEY WILL DETERMINE THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE INFORMATION-SHARING SOLUTION; 5) DESCRIBE HOW THEY WILL DEVELOP A COMPREHENSIVE IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY TO REDUCE AND PREVENT THE IDENTIFIED CRIME(S); AND 6) DESCRIBE HOW THEY WILL ASSESS AND REPORT THE RESULTS TO BJA, WHICH WILL MAKE THE RESULTS PUBLICLY AVAILABLE. APPLICANTS ARE STRONGLY ENCOURAGED TO FOCUS ON LAW ENFORCEMENT AND/OR JUSTICE INFORMATION-SHARING OR APPLIED TECHNOLOGY INITIATIVES THAT WILL PROVIDE INFORMATION LIKELY TO BE OF BENEFIT TO OTHER LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES IN THE UNITED STATES. ST. LOUIS COUNTY POLICE DEPARTMENT WILL BE USED TO DEVELOP IMPROVEMENTS TO THE COMPUTER AIDED REPORT ENTRY (CARE) SYSTEM. THE CARE SYSTEM WAS BUILT AND IS MAINTAINED BY THE ST. LOUIS COUNTY POLICE DEPARTMENT TO HOUSE POLICE REPORTS AND PRODUCE BASIC REPORTS ON CRIME STATISTICS. IN ADDITION TO THE ST. LOUIS COUNTY POLICE DEPARTMENT, THERE ARE CURRENTLY 40 OTHER LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES USING CARE IN THE STATE MISSOURI. OF THE 40 AGENCIES, 36 ARE LOCATED IN ST. LOUIS COUNTY. IN ORDER FOR THE SYSTEM TO REACH ITS FULL CAPABILITIES, GRANT FUNDING WILL BE USED TO HIRE A PROGRAMMER TO DEVELOP AND IMPLEMENT ENHANCEMENTS TO CARE. THE PROPOSED ENHANCEMENTS INCLUDE: AN AUTOMATED DASHBOARD THAT UTILIZES CRIME STATISTICS FROM MULTIPLE CARE AGENCIES FOR REAL-TIME COMPARISONS, PREFORMATTED REPORTS FOR NIBRS STYLE DATA, IMPROVED SEARCH FUNCTIONALITY, AND ELECTRONIC REPORT SHARING AMONG CARE AGENCIES. THESE ENHANCEMENTS WILL AID LAW ENFORCEMENT BY PROVIDING A MORE COMPREHENSIVE VIEW OF CRIME THROUGHOUT MULTIPLE JURISDICTIONS WITHIN THE REGION. ULTIMATELY, THIS WILL ALLOW OFFICERS TO CONNECT LOCAL CRIMES TO REGIONAL ONES, WHICH SHOULD REDUCE THE FRAGMENTATION AMONG LOCAL DEPARTMENTS. DOING SO WILL NOT ONLY IMPROVE COMMUNICATION AMONG LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES, BUT PROVIDE A METHOD TO COMBAT INCREASED CRIMES THROUGHOUT THE REGION AS A WHOLE. CA/NCF
10/1/2020 9/30/2023 Prime $700,000.00
St. Louis County, Missouri ST. LOUIS COUNTY, MISSOURI
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS STATES AND UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; AND 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION) AND 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS.   THIS JAG AWARD WILL BE USED TO SUPPORT CRIMINAL JUSTICE INITIATIVES THAT FALL UNDER ONE OR MORE OF THE ALLOWABLE PROGRAM AREAS ABOVE. FUNDED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES MAY INCLUDE MULTIJURISDICTIONAL DRUG AND GANG TASK FORCES, CRIME PREVENTION AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PROGRAMS, COURTS, CORRECTIONS, TREATMENT, JUSTICE INFORMATION SHARING INITIATIVES, OR OTHER PROGRAMS AIMED AT REDUCING CRIME AND/OR ENHANCING PUBLIC/OFFICER SAFETY.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $141,114.00
Winston-Salem, North Carolina CITY OF WINSTON-SALEM
STRATEGIES FOR POLICING INNOVATION (SPI), PURPOSE AREA 1: SUPPORTING INNOVATION, PROVIDES RESOURCES TO SUPPORT PROJECTS TO IMPLEMENT AND TEST INNOVATIVE APPROACHES TO OPERATIONAL CHALLENGES AND VIOLENT CRIME REDUCTION. SPI GRANT RECIPIENTS WILL DEVELOP INNOVATIVE, DATA-DRIVEN APPROACHES TO CHALLENGES CURRENTLY CONFRONTING LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES. RECIPIENTS MUST: 1) DESCRIBE THE INNOVATIVE, DATA-DRIVEN APPROACH TO BE IMPLEMENTED; 2) CREATE AN ACTION PLAN TO EVALUATE THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE APPROACH; 3) IDENTIFY A SPECIFIC VIOLENT CRIME PROBLEM TO ADDRESS; 4) DEVELOP A PREVENTION, MITIGATION, OR RESPONSE STRATEGY TO ADDRESS THE PROBLEM; 5) EVALUATE THE PROJECT; AND 6) ASSESS AND REPORT THE RESULTS TO BJA FOR PUBLIC AVAILABILITY. THE EVALUATION DESIGN MUST INCLUDE OUTCOME MEASURES CAPABLE OF INFORMING A CREDIBLE ASSESSMENT OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE STRATEGIES. THE APPLICANT WILL CREATE THE REGION’S FIRST REAL-TIME CRIME CENTER AS AN ADDITION TO THE AGENCY’S CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS DIVISION, WITH AUDIO AND VIDEO CAPABILITIES TO TRANSMIT AND DISPLAY REAL-TIME CRIME DATA. IT WILL PROCURE AND INSTALL CLOUD-BASED SOFTWARE TO EXTRACT AND STREAMLINE VARIOUS CAMERA FEEDS ACROSS THE CITY INTO ONE LOCATION WITHIN THE REAL-TIME CRIME CENTER, AND IT WILL ESTABLISH A SUSTAINABLE PRACTITIONER-RESEARCHER PARTNERSHIP TO STUDY THE CITY’S CURRENT CRIME PROBLEM, THE AGENCY’S APPROACHES, AND EVALUATE THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE FUNDED PROJECT ACTIVITIES. CA/NCF
10/1/2020 9/30/2023 Prime $700,000.00
Fairfax County, Virginia COUNTY OF FAIRFAX VIRGINIA
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS STATES AND UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; AND 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION) AND 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS.   THIS JAG AWARD WILL BE USED TO SUPPORT CRIMINAL JUSTICE INITIATIVES THAT FALL UNDER ONE OR MORE OF THE ALLOWABLE PROGRAM AREAS ABOVE. FUNDED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES MAY INCLUDE MULTIJURISDICTIONAL DRUG AND GANG TASK FORCES, CRIME PREVENTION AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PROGRAMS, COURTS, CORRECTIONS, TREATMENT, JUSTICE INFORMATION SHARING INITIATIVES, OR OTHER PROGRAMS AIMED AT REDUCING CRIME AND/OR ENHANCING PUBLIC/OFFICER SAFETY.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $131,024.00
Arizona CRIMINAL JUSTICE COMMISSION ARIZONA
STATE OF ARIZONA EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $4,090,656.00
Alaska ALASKA DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY
STATEWIDE MULTI-JURISDICTIONAL TASK FORCE PROGRAM
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $897,439.00
Connecticut OFFICE OF POLICY & MANAGEMENT
2021 EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT CONNECTICUT
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $1,665,149.00
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana JEFFERSON, PARISH OF
PROGRAM DESIGNED TO ADDRESS PERSONS WITH ALCOHOL & DRUG ABUSE AND ADDICTIONS THAT HAVE RESULTED IN CRIMINAL VIOLATIONS AND ARRESTS IN JEFFERSON PARISH, DUE TO INCREASED DRUG PREVALENCE. DRUG-ABUSING OFFENDERS WHO ENTER THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM ARE AT A HIGH RISK TO REOFFEND. THIS PROGRAM HELPS TO REDUCE RECIDIVISM
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $42,442.00
Charleston, West Virginia CITY OF CHARLESTON
CHARLESTON ENFORCEMENT PROJECT
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $76,294.00
Kauai County, Hawaii KAUAI, COUNTY OF
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS STATES AND UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; AND 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION) AND 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS.   THIS JAG AWARD WILL BE USED TO SUPPORT CRIMINAL JUSTICE INITIATIVES THAT FALL UNDER ONE OR MORE OF THE ALLOWABLE PROGRAM AREAS ABOVE. FUNDED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES MAY INCLUDE MULTIJURISDICTIONAL DRUG AND GANG TASK FORCES, CRIME PREVENTION AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PROGRAMS, COURTS, CORRECTIONS, TREATMENT, JUSTICE INFORMATION SHARING INITIATIVES, OR OTHER PROGRAMS AIMED AT REDUCING CRIME AND/OR ENHANCING PUBLIC/OFFICER SAFETY.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $35,790.00
Las Cruces, New Mexico CITY OF LAS CRUCES
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS STATES AND UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; AND 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION) AND 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS.   THIS JAG AWARD WILL BE USED TO SUPPORT CRIMINAL JUSTICE INITIATIVES THAT FALL UNDER ONE OR MORE OF THE ALLOWABLE PROGRAM AREAS ABOVE. FUNDED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES MAY INCLUDE MULTIJURISDICTIONAL DRUG AND GANG TASK FORCES, CRIME PREVENTION AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PROGRAMS, COURTS, CORRECTIONS, TREATMENT, JUSTICE INFORMATION SHARING INITIATIVES, OR OTHER PROGRAMS AIMED AT REDUCING CRIME AND/OR ENHANCING PUBLIC/OFFICER SAFETY.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $42,952.00
Milwaukee County, Wisconsin MILWAUKEE COUNTY, WISCONSIN
JAG DRUG TASK FORCE FUNDS WILL BE USED TO SUPPORT THE MILWAUKEE METROPOLITAN DRUG ENFORCEMENT GROUP (MMDEG) TASK FORCE, A MULTI-JURISDICTIONAL TASK FORCE COMPRISED OF MEMBERS OF THE MILWAUKEE, SOUTH MILWAUKEE, AND WEST ALLIS POLICE DEPARTMENTS AND THE MILWAUKEE COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE. THE MMDEG PROMOTES INTERAGENCY COORDINATION AND INTELLIGENCE-SHARING; AND COMBATS ILLICIT DRUG TRAFFICKING IN MILWAUKEE COUNTY THROUGH THE TARGETING, INVESTIGATION, AND ARREST OF MID-TO-MAJOR LEVEL DRUG DEALERS, AND THROUGH THE PROSECUTION OF FELONY DRUG OFFENDERS IN SPECIALIZED MILWAUKEE COUNTY SPEEDY TRIAL FELONY DRUG COURTS.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $321,147.00
Kenosha County, Wisconsin COUNTY OF KENOSHA
JAG DRUG TASK FORCE GRANT FUNDS WILL BE USED TO SUPPORT THE SOUTH EAST AREA DRUG OPERATIONS GROUP (SEADOG) THAT WAS FORMED TO COMBAT THE DRUG PROBLEM IN THE REGION AND TO HELP COORDINATE THE EFFORTS OF OUR STAKEHOLDERS IN THE REGION IN THE GOVERNMENT, THE PRIVATE, AND THE PUBLIC SECTOR. WE RECOGNIZE THAT OUR EFFORTS MUST INCLUDE EDUCATION, TREATMENT, AND ENFORCEMENT TO BE EFFECTIVE SEADOG HAS ENGAGED IN OUTGOING THREAT ASSESSMENT OF THE DRUG PROBLEM IN THE REGION: GATHERING AND SHARING INFORMATION FROM A WIDE VARIETY OF SOURCES EACH WITH THEIR OWN UNIQUE EXPERTISE. SEADOG IS ABLE TO COMBINE AND SHARE RESOURCES WITH OTHER DRUG ENFORCEMENT EFFORTS SUCH A MILWAUKEE HIDTA. AS A REGIONAL DRUG ENFORCEMENT TASK FORCE, SEADOG IS ABLE TO COORDINATE INVESTIGATIONS OF DRUG TRAFFICKING ORGANIZATION THAT OPERATE IN THE REGION AND BEYOND. SUPPORT FROM THIS GRANT WILL BE CRITICAL IN THE SUCCESS OF SEADOGÂ S MISSION. THE 5 COUNTIES INVOLVED ARE DODGE, JEFFWERSO, KENOSHA, RACINE AND WALWORTH,
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $125,176.00
Delaware SAFETY & HOMELAND SECURITY DEPARTMENT OF DELAWARE
IMPLEMENTATION OF ADVANCED INTELLIGENCE AND ANALYTICAL TECHNOLOGY TO ENHANCE COMMUNICATION AND PROACTIVE EVIDENCE-BASED RESPONSE TO SHOOTING INCIDENTS IN KENT COUNTY, DELAWARE
10/1/2020 9/30/2023 Prime $700,000.00
Florida FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF LAW ENFORCEMENT
FLORIDA'S FY2021 EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $10,886,155.00
Florida FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF LAW ENFORCEMENT
THE SUBRECIPIENT WILL USE JAG FUNDS UNDER FEDERAL PROGRAM AREA 01 TO SUPPORT THE FDLE DNA DATABASE AND OTHER CRIME LAB SERVICES.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $405,119.00
Florida FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF LAW ENFORCEMENT
THE SUBRECIPIENT WILL USE JAG FUNDS UNDER FEDERAL PROGRAM AREA 01 TO PROVIDE OVERTIME, EQUIPMENT, AND CONTRACTUAL SERVICES IN SUPPORT OF ITS ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE SUPPORT TEAMS.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $373,153.00
Florida FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF LAW ENFORCEMENT
THE SUBRECIPIENT WILL USE JAG FUNDS UNDER FEDERAL PROGRAM AREA 06 TO FUND FCIC/NCIC VALIDATION SOFTWARE AND AUDIT TRAVEL EXPENSES.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $257,505.00
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana SHERIFF-JEFFERSON PARISH
THIS PROGRAM WILL FUND THE JEFFERSON PARISH SHERIFF'S OFFICE IN DISRUPTING STREET SALES OF ILLICIT DRUGS.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $41,533.00
Miami, Florida MIAMI-DADE, COUNTY OF
THE RECIPIENT WILL USE JAG FUNDS UNDER FEDERAL PROGRAM AREA 03 TO PERSONNEL AND BENEFITS FOR JUVENILE ASSESSMENT COUNSELORS TO PROVIDE ASSESSMENT AND CASE MANAGEMENT SERVICES TO JUVENILES IN AN EFFORT TO REDUCE JUVENILE ARRESTS AND PROVIDE INTERVENTION SERVICES.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $127,252.00
Pasco County, Florida PASCO COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
THE RECIPIENT WILL USE JAG FUNDS UNDER FEDERAL PROGRAM AREA 05 TO PAY A PORTION OF SALARY AND BENEFITS FOR A NARCOTICS DETECTIVE.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $140,615.06
Montgomery County, Maryland MONTGOMERY COUNTY, MARYLAND
THE MONTGOMERY COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF POLICE LOW LIGHT CAPABILITIES AND CHEMICAL, BIOLOGICAL, RADIOLOGICAL, NUCLEAR AND EXPLOSIVES (CBRNE) PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT PROGRAMS PROVIDES REPLACEMENT OF EXPIRING CBRNE EQUIPMENT AND ENHANCES OFFICER?S NIGHTTIME SITUATIONAL AWARENESS WITH THE LATEST NIGHT VISION GOGGLE (NVG) TECHNOLOGY. THE PROGRAM PROVIDES OFFICERS WITH EQUIPMENT NEEDED OPERATE IN A CBRNE ENVIRONMENT AND TO SEE SUBJECTS IN DARKNESS DURING CRITICAL INCIDENTS. PROGRAM FUNDS PROVIDE EQUIPMENT.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $50,100.00
Prince George's County, Maryland PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY MARYLAND
THE PRINCE GEORGE?S COUNTY POLICE DEPARTMENT?S FY23 BJAG PROGRAM WILL HELP REDUCE EXISTING GAPS IN SERVICES AND FOSTER COLLABORATION AND COOPERATION AMONG PARTNER AGENCIES AND STAKEHOLDERS IN PRINCE GEORGE?S COUNTY. THE PROGRAM WILL FOCUS EFFORTS ON REDUCING HEROIN AND FENTANYL-BASED OVERDOSES, VIOLENT CRIME, HUMAN TRAFFICKING, THE USE OF FIREARMS IN CRIMES OF VIOLENCE AND VARIOUS OTHER TYPES OF CRIMINAL ACTIVITY. THE PROGRAM WILL AGGRESSIVELY WORK WITH OUR FEDERAL TASK FORCE PARTNERS, PUBLIC SAFETY AGENCIES AND COMMUNITY PARTNERS IN A MULTI-AGENCY COLLABORATION. GRANT FUNDS WILL SUPPORT STATE OF THE ART EQUIPMENT, OVERTIME, COMMUNITY VIOLENCE INITIATIVES, TRAINING, AND OFFICER WELLNESS PROGRAMS.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $100,000.00
Dorchester County, Maryland DORCHESTER, COUNTY OF
THE DORCHESTER COUNTY ANTI-VIOLENCE INITIATIVE WILL HELP TO FIGHT VIOLENT CRIME IN THE COUNTY THROUGH THE PURCHASE OF TECHNOLOGY AND TRAINING. THE COUNTY WILL PURCHASE A SYSTEM WHICH WILL ALLOW SUSPECTS TO APPEAR IN COURT VIRTUALLY FROM THE SHERIFF'S OFFICE FOR THEIR FIRST COURT APPEARANCE. THIS WILL SAVE MANPOWER TIME IN NOT HAVING TO TRANSPORT SUSPECTS. THE TIME SAVED WILL BE USED FOR ADDITIONAL DEPUTY TIME TO FIGHT VIOLENT CRIME. WE ARE ALSO REQUESTING OVERTIME FUNDS FOR DEPUTIES TO ATTEND DE-ESCALATION TRAINING, IMPROVED LIGHTING FOR OUR TACTICAL TEAM, AND THE REPLACEMENT OF HEADSETS. PROGRAM FUNDS PROVIDE EQUIPMENT. AND PERSONNEL.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $43,132.00
Springfield, Massachusetts CITY OF SPRINGFIELD
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS STATES AND UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; AND 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION) AND 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS.   THIS JAG AWARD WILL BE USED TO SUPPORT CRIMINAL JUSTICE INITIATIVES THAT FALL UNDER ONE OR MORE OF THE ALLOWABLE PROGRAM AREAS ABOVE. FUNDED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES MAY INCLUDE MULTIJURISDICTIONAL DRUG AND GANG TASK FORCES, CRIME PREVENTION AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PROGRAMS, COURTS, CORRECTIONS, TREATMENT, JUSTICE INFORMATION SHARING INITIATIVES, OR OTHER PROGRAMS AIMED AT REDUCING CRIME AND/OR ENHANCING PUBLIC/OFFICER SAFETY.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $138,875.00
Akron, Ohio AKRON, CITY OF
CITY OF AKRON 2021 FEDERAL JAGCOUNTY OF SUMMIT (DISPARATE AGENCY)
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $168,168.00
Camden County, New Jersey COUNTY OF CAMDEN
LAW ENFORCEMENT ENTITIES USING FUNDING TO PURCHASE LAW ENFORCEMENT EQUIPMENT.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $207,255.00
Miami, Florida NORTH MIAMI BEACH, CITY OF
THE RECIPIENT WILL USE JAG FUNDS UNDER FEDERAL PROGRAM AREA 01 TO FUND OVERTIME AND BENEFITS FOR SWORN POLICE OFFICERS AND A VICTIMS ADVOCATE.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $75,292.00
Little Rock, Arkansas CITY OF NORTH LITTLE ROCK
THIS AGENCY WAS FUNDED TO PURCHASE THE FOLLOWING EQUIPMENT: "SKYCOP LPR CAMERA 11 @ $7,971.95 = $87,691.45 TECHNICAL SUPPORT 1@ $3,900.00 SUB TOTAL $91,591.45 ($8,243.23 TAXABLE) COUNTY TAX (3%) = $2,747.74 STATE TAX (6%) = $5,495.48 SUBTOTAL CAMERAS = $99,834.67 HPE PROLIANT DL380 NETWORKING $1,890.10 INTEL XEON SILVER 2.1 GHZ PROCESSOR $647.77 HPE SMARTMEMORY MODULE 32 GB 7@ $568.61 = $3,980.27 LIGHTS-OUT ADVANCED LICENSE $250.17 HPE ENTERPRISE HARD DRIVE 6 @$417.89 = $2,507.34 NETWORK ADAPTER $418.71 HPE POWER SUPPLY $126.32 TECH CARE BASIC SERVICE 3 YRS $1,110.76 SUB TOTAL SERVER $10,931.44 SALES TAX $ 1014.73 SUBTOTAL SERVER $11,946.17 SONICWALL ESSENTIAL @ $3,250.00 SONICWALL HIGH AVAILABILITY @ $1,285.00 SONICWALL UGRADE LICENSE @ $400.00 SONICWALL POWER ADAPTER 2@ $35.00 = $70.00 SUB TOTAL $5,005.00 SALES TAX $276.93 SUBTOTAL SONICWALL $5,281.93 TOTAL REQUEST $117,062.77"
10/1/2020 9/30/2022 Sub $117,224.61
Miami-Dade County, Florida MIAMI-DADE, COUNTY OF
THE RECIPIENT WILL USE JAG FUNDS UNDER FEDERAL PROGRAM AREA 01 TO FUND OVERTIME AND BENEFITS, MONTHLY CELLPHONE SERVICE, AND PURCHASE TABLETS AND A SMARTBOARD TO ASSIST OFFICERS WORKING WITH THOSE SUFFERING FROM MENTAL ILLNESS AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $84,808.00
Miami, Florida MIAMI-DADE, COUNTY OF
THE RECIPIENT WILL USE JAG FUNDS UNDER FEDERAL PROGRAM AREA 01 TO FUND OVERTIME AND BENEFITS, MONTHLY CELLPHONE SERVICE, AND PURCHASE TABLETS AND A SMARTBOARD TO ASSIST OFFICERS WORKING WITH THOSE SUFFERING FROM MENTAL ILLNESS AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $84,808.00
Missoula, Montana MISSOULA, COUNTY OF
DRUG TASK FORCE
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $108,816.00
Missoula County, Montana MISSOULA, COUNTY OF
DRUG TASK FORCE
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $108,816.00
Missoula County, Montana MISSOULA, COUNTY OF
DRUG TASK FORCE
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $87,767.00
Missoula, Montana MISSOULA, COUNTY OF
DRUG TASK FORCE
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $87,767.00
Carson City, Nevada CITY OF CARSON CITY
FUNDS WERE PROVIDED TO PURCHASE THE FOLLOWING EQUIPMENT: CONTRABAND INTERDICTION KIT DIGITAL FORENSICS DESKTOP PORTABLE LPR W/2 YEARS SQLITE FORENSIC TOOLKIT FOR MOBILE DEVICES & FORENSIC TRAINING HANDHELD NARCOTICS ANALYZER
10/1/2020 9/30/2022 Sub $29,640.00
Tucson, Arizona CITY OF TUCSON
APPREHENSION
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $281,932.40
Tucson, Arizona CITY OF TUCSON POLICE
PROSECUTION
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $111,692.91
Tucson, Arizona CITY OF TUCSON
FORENSICS
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $28,420.74
Flagstaff, Arizona CITY OF FLAGSTAFF
APPREHENSION
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $119,918.89
Jacksonville, Florida CITY OF JACKSONVILLE BEACH
THE RECIPIENT WILL USE JAG FUNDS UNDER FEDERAL PROGRAM AREA 01 TO PURCHASE BALLISTIC HELMETS, BALLISTIC SHIELDS, BATTERING RAMS, ENTRY TOOLS, AND RIFLE MAGAZINES.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $45,773.18
Lancaster, Pennsylvania NORTH LANCASTER COUNTY REGIONAL POLICE
SECURE FUNDING FOR THE TRANSITIONAL LEGAL COSTS OF A CONTRACT MEMBER OF THE NLCRPD IDENTIFIED AS EAST PETERSBURG BOROUGHTO BECOME A CHARTER MEMBER OF THE NORTHERN LANCASTER COUNTY REGIONAL POLICE DEPARTMENT WHILE FACILITATING TWO LEBANON COUNTY MUNICIPALITIES CONTINUATION OF PROCESS FOR CONTRACTED POLICE SERVICE.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $15,751.00
Lancaster County, Pennsylvania NORTH LANCASTER COUNTY REGIONAL POLICE
SECURE FUNDING FOR THE TRANSITIONAL LEGAL COSTS OF A CONTRACT MEMBER OF THE NLCRPD IDENTIFIED AS EAST PETERSBURG BOROUGHTO BECOME A CHARTER MEMBER OF THE NORTHERN LANCASTER COUNTY REGIONAL POLICE DEPARTMENT WHILE FACILITATING TWO LEBANON COUNTY MUNICIPALITIES CONTINUATION OF PROCESS FOR CONTRACTED POLICE SERVICE.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $15,751.00
Denver, Colorado COUNTY OF DENVER CITY
DENVERÂ S FRONT DOOR TO PROCEDURAL JUSTICE PROJECT IS A PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN DENVER HUMAN SERVICES (DHS) AND DENVER OFFICE OF MUNICIPAL PUBLIC DEFENDERS (OMPD) WHICH PROVIDE SUPPORT FOR INDIGENT CLIENTS IN THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM. OMPD SERVES AS A Â FRONT DOORÂ TO HELP CLIENTELE WHO ARE OFTEN DISCONNECTED FROM SUPPORT SERVICES. MANY CLIENTS ARE HOMELESS OR AT-RISK, FACE CHARGES FOR LOW LEVEL CRIMES, AND HAVE BEHAVIORAL HEALTH ISSUES. GOALS ARE TO INCREASE CONNECTION TO BENEFITS AND SUPPORT SERVICES FOR OMPD CLIENTS; PROMOTE SYSTEM INTEGRATION OF HUMAN AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE SERVICES BETWEEN DHS AND OMPD; AND HELP REDUCE HOMELESSNESS AND RECIDIVISM AMONG OMPD CLIENTS, WHICH WILL BE MEASURED QUARTERLY.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $120,813.00
Denver, Colorado CITY AND COUNTY OF DENVER
THE CITY AND COUNTY OF DENVER HAS SEEN A SIGNIFICANT INCREASE IN COUNTERFEIT M30 TABLETS THAT CONTAIN FENTANYL. KEEPING WITH THE EFFICIENCY OF THE CHEMISTRY UNITÂ S PRESUMPTIVE IDENTIFICATION OF FENTANYL, 48Â 72-HOUR TURNAROUND TIME HAS BEEN CHALLENGING USING THE TRADITIONAL GC/MS INSTRUMENTATION. THE DENVER CRIME LAB IS REQUESTING THE PURCHASE OF A MX908 INSTRUMENT. MX908 IS A MOBILE DEVICE THAT CAN ANALYZE SUSPECTED NARCOTICS IN 2-5 MINUTES COMPARED TO THE FOUR-HOUR TRADITIONAL METHOD. THE CHEMISTRY UNIT WILL THEN IMPLEMENT THE USE OF THE INSTRUMENT TO INCLUDE VALIDATION OF THE MX908 AND TRAINING OF LABORATORY PERSONNEL. THE CHEMISTRY UNIT WILL COMPARE NEW INSTRUMENTATION ANALYSIS TIME TO THE TRADITIONAL METHODS OF ANALYSIS. THIS PROJECT ALIGNS WITH THE 2022 JAG GOAL OF ADDRESSING CRIME THROUGH IMPLEMENTATION OF FORENSIC SCIENCE METHODS.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $71,500.00
Boulder County, Colorado COUNTY OF BOULDER
BOCO PINWHEEL IS A COMMUNITY-WIDE PROJECT STRIVING TO STRENGTHEN PROTECTIVE BEHAVIORS TO PREVENT CHILD ABUSE. THE PROJECT WILL ADDRESS CHILD ABUSE BY PROVIDING EDUCATION TO: 1) EMPOWER CHILDREN WITH STRATEGIES TO PREVENT ABUSE, 2) EDUCATE ADULTS ON HOW TO FOSTER RELATIONSHIPS THAT SUPPORT A CHILDÂ S HEALTHY DEVELOPMENT AS WELL AS LEARN HOW TO PREVENT, DETECT, REACT TO, AND REPORT CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE, AND 3) BUILD A PREVENTION FRAMEWORK TO RAISE AWARENESS AND SHIFT THE FOCUS ON CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE FROM REACTIVE TO PREVENTATIVE. TRAINING ADULTS TO PROTECT CHILDREN WITH INTELLECTUAL AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES HAS BEEN ADDED TO THE CURRICULUM.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $51,997.00
Boulder, Colorado COUNTY OF BOULDER
BOCO PINWHEEL IS A COMMUNITY-WIDE PROJECT STRIVING TO STRENGTHEN PROTECTIVE BEHAVIORS TO PREVENT CHILD ABUSE. THE PROJECT WILL ADDRESS CHILD ABUSE BY PROVIDING EDUCATION TO: 1) EMPOWER CHILDREN WITH STRATEGIES TO PREVENT ABUSE, 2) EDUCATE ADULTS ON HOW TO FOSTER RELATIONSHIPS THAT SUPPORT A CHILDÂ S HEALTHY DEVELOPMENT AS WELL AS LEARN HOW TO PREVENT, DETECT, REACT TO, AND REPORT CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE, AND 3) BUILD A PREVENTION FRAMEWORK TO RAISE AWARENESS AND SHIFT THE FOCUS ON CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE FROM REACTIVE TO PREVENTATIVE. TRAINING ADULTS TO PROTECT CHILDREN WITH INTELLECTUAL AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES HAS BEEN ADDED TO THE CURRICULUM.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $51,997.00
El Paso, Texas CITY OF EL PASO
THE EL PASO POLICE DEPARTMENT (EPPD) IS SEEKING TO ENHANCE THE ONLINE REPORTING CAPABILITY FOR CITIZENS TO FILE POLICE REPORTS FOR SELECTED INCIDENTS. THE LEXIS-NEXIS DORS SOFTWARE SUBSCRIPTION WILL BE IMPLEMENTED TO EFFICIENTLY TRANSFER REPORTS FROM THE PUBLIC DIRECTLY INTO THE DEPARTMENT'S ONCALL RECORDS RMS. THE GRANT FUNDING WILL SUPPLEMENT PREVIOUSLY BUDGETED FUNDING. INITIAL LEXISNEXIS INVESTMENT WILL BE FUNDED BY CONFISCATED FUNDS. THE JAG FUNDS WILL SUPPLEMENT 14.6 MONTHS OF LEXISNEXIS SUBSCRIPTION. IN ADDITION THE EPPD IS SEEKING TO ENHANCE ESSENTIAL EQUIPMENT USED BY THE TELEPHONE REPORTING UNIT. THE EQUIPMENT UPGRADES WILL INCLUDE 57 MONITORS, 19 MONITOR STANDS AND 19 VIDEO CARDS AT AN ESTIMATED COST OF $26,722.49. THE QUANTITY AND QUALITY OF CUSTOMER SERVICE CAN BE GREATLY IMPROVED BY UPGRADING THE WORKSTATIONS; LESS TIME OPERATING THE COMPUTERS WILL MAINTAIN EFFICIENT TELEPHONE CALL REPORTING SERVICES WITH CUSTOMERS, AS WELL AS PRODUCE MORE REPORTS PER STAFF MEMBER DURING THE WORKDAY. TOTAL PROJECT COSTS ARE ESTIMATED AT $108,850.50.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $0.00
Omaha, Nebraska CITY OF OMAHA
TO PREVENT CRIME AND IMPROVE THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $49,193.00
Sarpy County, Nebraska SARPY, COUNTY OF
TO PREVENT CRIME AND IMPROVE THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $73,540.00
Honolulu, Hawaii CITY & COUNTY OF HONOLULU
FUNDING SUPPORTS THE STATEWIDE MULTI-JURISDICTIONAL DRUG TASK FORCES. SUBGRANTEE IS A LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCY. THE GOAL OF THE PROJECT IS TO DISRUPT THE FLOW OF DRUGS INTO AND WITHIN THE STATE OF HAWAII BY REDUCING AVAILABILITY, DRUG CRIME, AND DRUG USE THROUGH THE COORDINATION OF OPERATIONS, DRUG SEIZURES, AND THE SHARING OF INFORMATION, PERSONNEL AND RESOURCES. THE SUBAWARD IS ALLOCATED FOR OVERTIME AND ASSOCIATED FRINGE BENEFITS FOR INVESTIGATION AND OPERATIONS, TRAVEL COSTS FOR SUBJECT MATTER TRAINING AND TO ATTEND MEETINGS, PURCHASE OF SPECIALIZED SUPPLIES, RENTAL CONTRACTS TO ASSIST WITH OPERATIONS AND TRAINING, AND CONFERENCE REGISTRATION FEES.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $68,321.00
Honolulu, Hawaii CITY & COUNTY OF HONOLULU
THIS PROJECT SEEKS TO PROVIDE CERTIFIED TRAINING IN UNDERCOVER RESECUE (UC RESCUE) TO OFFICERS WORKING IN THE HONOLULU POLICE DEPARTMENT'S (HPD) NARCOTICS/VICE DIVISION (NVD). THIS TRAINING IS BENEFICIAL AS IT WILL PROVIDE STANDARDIZED, Â UP TO DATEÂ TRAINING THAT IS CONCURRENT WITH OTHER POLICE DEPARTMENTS NATIONWIDE. THIS PROJECT WILL ALSO BRING TOGETHER HPD NVD AND OTHER STATE AND COUNTY AGENCIES THAT CONDUCT JOINT NARCOTICS/VICE OPERATIONS TO HELP STANDARDIZE UC RESCUE TRAINING. UPON SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF THIS TRAINING, THE PROJECT WILL ASSESS THE TRAINING CURRICULUM PROVIDED AND WORK TO DEVELOP AND UPDATE THE CURRENT HPD NVD APPROVED TRAINING COURSE. BUDGET SUPPORTS: PURCHASE OF SPECIALIZED SUPPLIES FOR CONDUCTING THE TRAINING EXERCISES, AND A CONTRACT WITH A VENDOR TO PROVIDE 40 HOURS OF BASIC UNDERCOVER RESCUE TRAINING AND ADVANCED TRAIN THE TRAINER RESCUE TRAINING FOR A LIMITED NUMBER OF STUDENTS.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $45,000.00
Kauai County, Hawaii KAUAI, COUNTY OF
FUNDING SUPPORTS THE STATEWIDE MULTI-JURISDICTIONAL DRUG TASK FORCES. SUBGRANTEE IS A LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCY. THE GOAL OF THE PROJECT IS TO DISRUPT THE FLOW OF DRUGS INTO AND WITHIN THE STATE OF HAWAII BY REDUCING AVAILABILITY, DRUG CRIME, AND DRUG USE THROUGH THE COORDINATION OF OPERATIONS, DRUG SEIZURES, AND THE SHARING OF INFORMATION, PERSONNEL AND RESOURCES. THE SUBAWARD IS ALLOCATED FOR OVERTIME FOR INVESTIGATION AND OPERATIONS, TRAVEL COSTS TO ATTEND SUBJECT MATTER TRAINING, MEETINGS, AND FOR OPERATIONS, EQUIPMENT, MONTHLY TELECOMMUNICATION COSTS, AND CONFERENCE REGISTRATION FEES.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $61,572.00
Santa Ana, California SANTA ANA, CITY OF
THE SANTA ANA POLICE DEPARTMENT WOULD LIKE TO USE THE FUNDS ON PERSONNEL OVERTIME TO ENHANCE PUBLIC SAFETY AND REDUCE CRIMINAL ACTIVITY. THE DEPARTMENTÂ S GOAL IS TO UTILIZE A POLICE OFFICER TO RESPOND TO COMMUNITY COMPLAINTS AND ENHANCE EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES THROUGH SCHOOLS, COMMUNITY, AND NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH GROUPS.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $105,143.00
Anaheim, California CITY OF ANAHEIM
THE ANAHEIM POLICE DEPARTMENT WOULD LIKE TO USE THE FUNDS TO PURCHASE A HIPPERWALL VIDEO WALL THAT INCLUDES VIDEO WALL DISPLAYS, HARDWARE, SOFTWARE, AND INSTALLATION TO HELP REDUCE RESPONSE TIMES FOR CALLS FOR SERVICE AND ASSIST DURING SIGNIFICANT INCIDENTS. IN ADDITION, THIS PROJECT WILL SUPPORT THE DEVELOPMENT OF AN INTELLIGENCE CENTER (IC) TO ANALYZE REAL-TIME CRIME DATA WHILE ENHANCING THE DEPARTMENTÂ S SITUATIONAL AWARENESS BY LEVERAGING TECHNOLOGY FOR CALLS FOR SERVICE AND SIGNIFICANT INCIDENTS.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $80,368.00
Jacksonville, Florida CITY OF JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
THE RECIPIENT WILL USE JAG FUNDS UNDER FEDERAL PROGRAM AREA 01 TO FUND PERSONNEL AND BENEFITS FOR A PUBLIC SAFETY ANALYST POSITION. FUNDS WILL ALSO BE UTILIZED FOR ANALYST RELATED TRAVEL, TRAINING, LAPTOP, TABLET, DOCKING STATIONS AND REPLACEMENT BATTERY.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $89,179.64
Prince George's County, Maryland PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY MARYLAND
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS STATES AND UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, TRAINING, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, CONTRACTUAL SUPPORT, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE, INCLUDING FOR ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM AREAS: 1) LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 2) PROSECUTION AND COURT PROGRAMS; 3) PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS; 4) CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS; 5) DRUG TREATMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS; 6) PLANNING, EVALUATION, AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS; AND 7) CRIME VICTIM AND WITNESS PROGRAMS (OTHER THAN COMPENSATION) AND 8) MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS AND RELATED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS, INCLUDING BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS AND CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAMS.   THIS JAG AWARD WILL BE USED TO SUPPORT CRIMINAL JUSTICE INITIATIVES THAT FALL UNDER ONE OR MORE OF THE ALLOWABLE PROGRAM AREAS ABOVE. FUNDED PROGRAMS OR INITIATIVES MAY INCLUDE MULTIJURISDICTIONAL DRUG AND GANG TASK FORCES, CRIME PREVENTION AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PROGRAMS, COURTS, CORRECTIONS, TREATMENT, JUSTICE INFORMATION SHARING INITIATIVES, OR OTHER PROGRAMS AIMED AT REDUCING CRIME AND/OR ENHANCING PUBLIC/OFFICER SAFETY.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Prime $167,177.00
Prince George's County, Maryland PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY MARYLAND
THE FUNDS ALLOCATED FROM BJAG WILL ASSIST THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS FOR ADDITIONAL HOURS FOR A PART-TIME PSYCHOLOGIST THAT WILL SERVE AS AN ADDITIONAL IN-HOUSE MENTAL HEALTH PROVIDER FOR THE CRISES INCIDENT STRESS MANAGEMENT (CISM) PROGRAM. THE LICENSED CLINICAL MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONAL WILL CARRY A SMALL CASE LOAD OF STAFF MEMBERS TO BE SEEN ON A REGULARLY SCHEDULED WEEKLY OR BI-WEEKLY BASIS. THIS POSITION WILL PROVIDE ASSISTS AND SUPPORT TO OUR FULL-TIME PROFESSIONAL WITH CRISIS MANAGEMENT, CONSULTANT, REFERRAL AND THERAPY. ALSO, TOPURCHASING SEVEN (7) MOBILE DATA TERMINAL AND INSTALLATION FOR K-9 UNIT. THE MOBILE DATA TERMINALS WILL GIVE THE K-9 UNIT THE ABILITY TO COMMUNICATE VIA EMAIL AND ALSO THE ABILITY COMPLETE ANY NECESSARY REPORTS.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $27,862.00
Prince George's County, Maryland PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY MARYLAND
THE FUNDS ALLOCATED FROM BJAG WILL ASSIST THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS FOR ADDITIONAL HOURS FOR A PART-TIME PSYCHOLOGIST THAT WILL SERVE AS AN ADDITIONAL IN-HOUSE MENTAL HEALTH PROVIDER FOR THE CRISES INCIDENT STRESS MANAGEMENT (CISM) PROGRAM. THE LICENSED CLINICAL MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONAL WILL CARRY A SMALL CASE LOAD OF STAFF MEMBERS TO BE SEEN ON A REGULARLY SCHEDULED WEEKLY OR BI-WEEKLY BASIS. THIS POSITION WILL PROVIDE ASSISTS AND SUPPORT TO OUR FULL-TIME PROFESSIONAL WITH CRISIS MANAGEMENT, CONSULTANT, REFERRAL AND THERAPY. ALSO, TOPURCHASING SEVEN (7) MOBILE DATA TERMINAL AND INSTALLATION FOR K-9 UNIT. THE MOBILE DATA TERMINALS WILL GIVE THE K-9 UNIT THE ABILITY TO COMMUNICATE VIA EMAIL AND ALSO THE ABILITY COMPLETE ANY NECESSARY REPORTS.
10/1/2020 9/30/2024 Sub $27,862.00
Indianapolis, Indiana CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS
OPERATION LEGEND
8/14/2020 7/31/2023 Prime $750,000.00
Kenosha, Wisconsin CITY OF KENOSHA
2020 KENOSHA RESPONSE TO CIVIL UNREST
8/1/2020 7/31/2021 Prime $1,000,000.00
Illinois ILLINOIS CRIMINAL JUSTICE INFORMATION AUTHORITY
FFY20 SEX OFFENDER REGISTRATION AND NOTIFICATION ACT (SORNA) REALLOCATION FUNDS
8/1/2020 7/31/2022 Prime $227,418.00
Baltimore, Maryland BALTIMORE, CITY OF
BALTIMORE POLICE DEPARTMENTS OPERATION RELENTLESS PURSUIT PROGRAM
4/1/2020 3/31/2022 Prime $1,428,571.00
Kansas City, Missouri BOARD OF POLICE COMMISSIONERS OF KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI
OPERATION RELENTLESS PURSUIT - JAG
4/1/2020 3/31/2023 Prime $3,925,527.00
Cleveland, Ohio CITY OF CLEVELAND
CLEVELAND OPERATION RELENTLESS PURSUIT
4/1/2020 3/31/2023 Prime $3,928,571.00
Shelby County, Tennessee SHELBY COUNTY GOVERNMENT
SHELBY COUNTY TN FY2020 OPERATION RELENTLESS PURSUIT
4/1/2020 3/31/2023 Prime $2,328,571.00
Milwaukee, Wisconsin CITY OF MILWAUKEE
FUNDS WILL USED BY THE MILWAUKEE POLICE DEPARTMENT TO SUPPORT THE DEPARTMENT'S INVOLVEMENT IN OPERATION LEGEND. THE OPERATION WILL ENABLE LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS TO PARTICIPATE IN FEDERAL TASK FORCE EFFORTS TO REDUCE VIOLENCE CRIME WITHIN THE CITY OF MILWAUKEE.
4/1/2020 9/30/2023 Sub $1,347,142.00
Milwaukee County, Wisconsin MILWAUKEE COUNTY, WISCONSIN
THIS COLLABORATIVE COMMUNITY-BASED EFFORT LINKS VIOLENT CRIME AND INTERVENTION EFFORTS WITH LAW ENFORCEMENT SUPPRESSION EFFORTS THROUGH THE UTILIZATION OF A COMMUNITY VICTIM WITNESS SPECIALIST. FUNDING WILL BE USED TO COMPENSATE A VERTICAL VICTIM WITNESS PERSON WHO WILL MAINTAIN A CONTINUITY OF CONTACT TO INSURE THAT WITNESSES ARE SUPPORTED AND ARE AVAILABLE FOR PURPOSES OF PROSECUTION, INCLUDING TRIAL.
4/1/2020 9/30/2023 Sub $185,000.00
Phoenix, Arizona PHOENIX, CITY OF
FY 20 LOCAL JAG PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $1,024,557.00
Phoenix, Arizona PHOENIX, CITY OF
PHOENIX POLICE DEPARTMENT FY19 STRATEGIES FOR POLICING INNOVATION
10/1/2019 3/31/2024 Prime $646,706.00
Tucson, Arizona CITY OF TUCSON POLICE
FY 20 LOCAL JAG PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $326,822.00
Auburn, Alabama CITY OF AUBURN, ALABAMA
2020 JAG REPLACEMENT AND ENHANCEMENT PROJECT
10/1/2019 9/30/2021 Prime $15,587.00
Los Angeles, California LOS ANGELES CITY HALL
FY 20 LOCAL JAG PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $2,306,740.00
Grand Rapids, Michigan CITY OF GRAND RAPIDS
FY 20 LOCAL JAG PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $124,065.00
Miami, Florida CITY OF MIAMI
MIAMI REAL TIME CRIME CENTER VIOLENCE RESPONSE INITIATIVE
10/1/2019 9/30/2022 Prime $627,858.42
Miami-Dade County, Florida MIAMI-DADE COUNTY
MIAMI-DADE POLICE DEPARTMENT CRIME-FIGHTING TOOLKIT: LISTENING TO COMMUNITY VOICES
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $401,098.00
Miami, Florida CITY OF MIAMI
CITY OF MIAMI POLICE FY 20 JAG
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $234,888.00
Miami Gardens, Florida CITY OF MIAMI GARDENS POLICE DEPARTMENT
MIAMI GARDENS POLICE DEPARTMENT BENCHMARK ANALYTICS & SOFTWARE PROJECT
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $55,958.00
Peoria, Illinois CITY OF PEORIA
PEORIA FY20 JAG PROJECT
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $58,636.00
Denver, Colorado CITY AND COUNTY OF DENVER
CITY AND COUNTY OF DENVER 2020 JAG PROJECT
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $371,878.45
Boulder, Colorado CITY OF BOULDER
IMPROVING PUBLIC SAFETY THROUGH OFFICER SAFETY AND PUBLIC EDUCATION
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $47,174.00
Colorado Springs, Colorado COLORADO SPRINGS CITY GOVERNMENT
COLORADO SPRINGS PD AND EL PASO COUNTY SO PERSONNEL AND EQUIPMENT
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $240,725.00
Aurora, Colorado AURORA, CITY OF
2020 JAG LOCAL PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $202,070.49
Chicago, Illinois CITY OF CHICAGO
FY20 CHICAGO/COOK COUNTY JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT
10/1/2019 9/30/2024 Prime $2,096,119.00
New York NEW YORK STATE DIVISION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE SERVICES
NEW YORK STATE FY 2020 EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM APPLICATION
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $7,825,793.00
New York, New York NEW YORK, CITY OF
NEW YORK CITY 2020 JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $3,518,611.00
Suffolk County, New York SUFFOLK, COUNTY OF
SUFFOLK COUNTY EDWARD BYRNE JAG PROJECT 2020
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $106,748.00
Springfield, Illinois CITY OF SPRINGFIELD POLICE
UPGRADE FLEET
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $89,102.00
Champaign, Illinois CITY OF CHAMPAIGN
CHAMPAIGN AND URBANA FY20 JAG PROJECT
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $53,858.00
Nassau County, New York NASSAU, COUNTY OF
NASSAU COUNTY VIOLENT CRIME ENFORCEMENT AND REDUCTION INITIATIVE
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $78,096.68
Chattanooga, Tennessee CITY OF CHATTANOOGA
FISCAL YEAR 2020 JAG
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $115,142.36
Washington, District of Columbia GOVERNMENT OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
FY 2019 STRATEGIES FOR POLICING INNOVATION
10/1/2019 9/30/2022 Prime $375,808.00
Syracuse, New York CITY OF SYRACUSE
SYRACUSE POLICE DEPARTMENT AND ONONDAGA COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE JAG PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $90,306.00
Mobile, Alabama CITY OF MOBILE
FY 2020 MOBILE AREA LAW ENFORCEMENT INITIATIVE PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $155,186.11
Birmingham, Alabama CITY OF BIRMINGHAM
CITY OF BIRMINGHAM'S BYRNE FY20 JAG LOCAL SOLICITATION
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $262,164.85
Huntsville, Alabama CITY OF HUNTSVILLE
LAW ENFORCEMENT ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $137,575.98
Anchorage, Alaska ANCHORAGE, MUNICIPALITY OF (INC)
MOBILE DATA PANASONIC LAPTOP REFRESH PROJECT
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $403,206.00
Flagstaff, Arizona CITY OF FLAGSTAFF
FY 20 LOCAL JAG PROGRAM
10/1/2019 6/30/2022 Prime $20,575.99
Scottsdale, Arizona CITY OF SCOTTSDALE
FY 20 LOCAL JAG PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $26,949.00
Jonesboro, Arkansas CITY OF JONESBORO
JONESBORO POLICE DEPARTMENT CRIME REDUCTION EQUIPMENT
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $29,605.00
Little Rock, Arkansas CITY OF LITTLE ROCK
FY 19 CGIC PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2022 Prime $750,000.00
Little Rock, Arkansas LITTLE ROCK, CITY OF
CITY OF LITTLE ROCK PULASKI COUNTY AR JAG 20
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $251,075.00
San Diego, California CITY OF SAN DIEGO
FY 20 LOCAL JAG PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $436,616.00
San Francisco, California CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO
FY 20 LOCAL JAG PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $399,938.00
San Jose, California SAN JOSE, CITY OF
FY 20 LOCAL JAG PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $290,569.00
Hartford, Connecticut HARTFORD CITY OF POLICE DEPARTMENT
HARTFORD JAG 2020
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $140,362.78
New Haven, Connecticut CITY OF NEW HAVEN
RESPONSIBLE APPROACHES TO PUBLIC SAFETY CHALLENGES
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $143,750.66
West Haven, Connecticut CITY OF WEST HAVEN
CITY OF WEST HAVEN EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2021 Prime $16,176.00
Wilmington, Delaware CITY OF WILMINGTON
ANTI-VIOLENCE /COLD CASE INVESTIGATOR
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $196,855.00
Jacksonville, Florida CITY OF JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
FY 2020 CRIME PREVENTION AND INTERVENTION INITIATIVE
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $376,846.00
Orlando, Florida ORLANDO, CITY OF
ORLANDO POLICE DEPARTMENT DRIVE CAMERA PROJECT
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $139,397.69
Orlando, Florida ORLANDO, CITY OF
THE SUBRECIPIENT WILL USE JAG FUNDS UNDER FEDERAL PROGRAM AREA 06 TO PURCHASE ALPR SYSTEMS.
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $48,019.00
Sarasota, Florida SARASOTA, CITY OF
CITY OF SARASOTA FY20 JAG PROJECT
10/1/2019 9/30/2022 Prime $21,027.00
Dekalb County, Georgia DEKALB COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE
FISCAL YEAR 2020 JAG
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $224,081.00
Atlanta, Georgia CITY OF ATLANTA
JAG 2020 ATLANTA
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $425,320.00
Gainesville, Georgia GAINESVILLE CITY GOVERNMENT
SKATE PARK SECURITY CAMERA SYSTEM
10/1/2019 9/30/2021 Prime $12,848.00
Honolulu, Hawaii CITY & COUNTY OF HONOLULU
FY 20 LOCAL JAG PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $374,637.00
Boise, Idaho BOISE, CITY OF
LAW ENFORCEMENT COMPUTER EQUIPMENT UPGRADE
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $136,557.00
Twin Falls County, Idaho COUNTY OF TWIN FALLS
SWAT TEAM AND LAW ENFORCEMENT EQUIPMENT
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $30,557.00
Indianapolis, Indiana CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS
INDIANAPOLIS/MARION COUNTY FY20 JAG PROJECT
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $955,742.65
Indianapolis, Indiana CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS
COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH LAW ENFORCEMENT EQUIPMENT PURCHASES.
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $477,934.00
Fort Wayne, Indiana CITY OF FORT WAYNE
CITY OF FORT WAYNE/ALLEN COUNTY FY20 JAG PROJECT
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $96,020.00
Lafayette, Indiana CITY OF LAFAYETTE
LAFAYETTE AND TIPPECANOE COUNTY FY20 JAG PROJECT
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $29,261.00
Des Moines, Iowa CITY OF DES MOINES
CITY OF DES MOINES BODY-WORN CAMERA AND POLK COUNTY RADAR EQUIPMENT UPGRADES
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $141,606.00
Wichita, Kansas CITY OF WICHITA
FY 19 CGIC PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2022 Prime $750,000.00
Lexington-Fayette County, Kentucky LEXINGTON-FAYETTE URBAN COUNTY GOVERNMENT
LEXINGTON DIVISION OF POLICE BODY WORN CAMERA PROJECT
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $135,250.00
Louisville, Kentucky LOUISVILLE-JEFFERSON COUNTY METRO GOVERNMENT
EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2020
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $555,584.00
Louisville-Jefferson County, Kentucky LOUISVILLE-JEFFERSON COUNTY METRO GOVERNMENT
EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2020
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $555,584.00
Baton Rouge, Louisiana BATON ROUGE CITY OF OFFICE OF THE TREASURER
FY2019 BATON ROUGE SPI INITIATIVE
10/1/2019 9/30/2022 Prime $699,831.00
Baton Rouge, Louisiana EAST BATON ROUGE SHERIFFS OFFICE
FY 2020 EAST BATON ROUGE PARISH JAG PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $177,123.00
Kenner, Louisiana CITY OF KENNER
KENNER POLICE PERSONNEL OVERTIME INITIATIVE
10/1/2019 9/30/2021 Prime $7,950.00
New Orleans, Louisiana CITY OF NEW ORLEANS COURTS
COMPREHENSIVE LAW ENFORCEMENT STRATEGIES
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $294,918.00
Portland, Maine CITY OF PORTLAND POLICE DEPARTMENT
EQUIPMENT AND TECHNOLOGY TO SUPPORT LAW ENFORCEMENT IN CUMBERLAND COUNTY MAINE
10/1/2019 6/30/2024 Prime $88,876.00
Baltimore County, Maryland BALTIMORE COUNTY MARYLAND
BALTIMORE COUNTY FY 2020 JAG PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $336,057.00
Prince George's County, Maryland PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY MARYLAND
THE PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY JAG PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $156,491.00
Baltimore, Maryland BALTIMORE, CITY OF
BALTIMORE CITY JAG PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $814,156.00
Baltimore, Maryland BALTIMORE, CITY OF
FY 19 CGIC PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2022 Prime $750,000.00
Boston, Massachusetts CITY OF BOSTON
CITY OF BOSTON'S JAG PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $370,457.00
Worcester, Massachusetts CITY OF WORCESTER
NEIGHBORHOOD/CRIME WATCH PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $116,037.00
Kalamazoo, Michigan CITY OF KALAMAZOO
2020 KALAMAZOO CITY AND KALAMAZOO COUNTY JAG
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $87,499.00
Jackson, Mississippi CITY OF JACKSON MISSISSIPPI
CITY OF JACKSON AND HINDS COUNTY FY 2020 JAG PROJECT
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $204,474.80
Kansas City, Missouri CITY OF KANSAS CITY
GREATER KANSAS CITY CRIME PREVENTION INITIATIVES
10/1/2019 9/30/2024 Prime $588,501.00
Kansas City, Missouri BOARD OF POLICE COMMISSIONERS OF KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI
MISSOURI WESTERN INTERDICTION AND NARCOTICS (MOWIN) TASK FORCE IS ENTERING ITS 6TH YEAR OF SERVICE. IT PROVIDES A VARIETY OF SERVICES TO ITS GEOGRAPHICAL AREA. MOWIN INTERDICTS ILLEGAL NARCOTICS, CURRENCY, CONTRABAND, AND FUGITIVES. THEY CONDUCT HOTEL/MOTEL, TRANSIT, PARCEL, AND COMMERCIAL MOTOR VEHICLE INTERDICTION. MOWIN DISMANTLES, DISPOSES, AND PROSECUTES METH LABS AND MARIJUANA FARMS. MOWIN ASSISTS AGENCIES WITH PROCESSING AND FILING DRUG POSSESSION CASES FOR PROSECUTION, INVESTIGATING DRUG COMPLAINTS, AND UNDERCOVER ACTIVITIES & ENFORCEMENT. MOWIN PARTICIPATES IN VETERANS AND DRUG COURTS, DRUG TAKE-BACKS, AND HOSTS A VARIETY OF DRUG AND DRUG TREND EDUCATION PROGRAMS. MOWIN PROVIDES DRUG SWEEPS WITH THEIR K-9S FOR SCHOOLS THAT REQUEST THOSE TYPES OF SERVICES. MOWIN WORKS WITH PHARMACIES TO GATHER INFORMATION ABOUT SUSPICIOUS PURCHASES WHICH MAY BE USED AS PRECURSORS FOR MANUFACTURING OR DISTRIBUTING ILLEGAL NARCOTICS.
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $317,994.65
St. Louis, Missouri CITY OF ST. LOUIS
CITY OF ST. LOUIS JUSTICE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $391,566.00
St. Louis County, Missouri ST. LOUIS COUNTY, MISSOURI
ST. LOUIS COUNTY FY20 JAG PROJECT
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $120,353.00
St. Louis County, Missouri ST LOUIS, COUNTY OF
DTF
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $175,567.53
St. Louis County, Missouri ST LOUIS, COUNTY OF
THE TASK FORCE IS MADE UP OF 5 SEPARATE ENFORCEMENT GROUPS. THE ANTI-GANG UNIT INVESTIGATES GANGS, VIOLENT DRUG OFFENDERS, AND STREET CORNER DRUG DEALERS, WITH A FOCUS ON ELIMINATING NOT ONLY ILLEGAL DRUG SALES, BUT THE ACCOMPANYING VIOLENCE AND RELATED CRIME. THREE INVESTIGATION UNITS TARGET AN ORGANIZATION'S ENTIRE NETWORK OF DISTRIBUTORS AND CUSTOMERS BY IDENTIFYING DRUG TRAFFICKERS AND THE METHODS OF DISTRIBUTION. THEY FOCUS ON NEIGHBORHOOD DRUG DEALERS AND NUISANCE HOUSES, AND DEVELOP AN INFORMANT NETWORK FOR IDENTIFYING LARGER ORGANIZATIONS. THESE 3 UNITS ALSO DIRECT INVESTIGATIONS TOWARD INDIVIDUALS AND GROUPS INVOLVED IN THE MANUFACTURING OF METH, WITH EMPHASIS ON PRECURSOR DIVERSION INVESTIGATIONS. THE INTERDICTION UNIT FOCUSES ON TRUCK STOPS, TRAIN DEPOTS, PARCEL AND PACKAGE DELIVERY, AND LOCAL HOTELS AND MOTELS IN AN EFFORT TO DISRUPT AND DISMANTLE INTERSTATE DRUG TRAFFICKING ORGANIZATIONS BY TARGETING MAJOR COURIERS.
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $175,175.13
Jackson County, Missouri JACKSON COUNTY MISSOURI
DFT
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $206,075.80
Jackson County, Missouri JACKSON COUNTY MISSOURI
A COMBINED AND UNIFIED RESPONSE TO COUNTER THE GROWING ILLEGAL DRUG PROBLEM AND DRUG RELATED VIOLENT CRIME IN JACKSON COUNTY, MISSOURI. THE FOCUS OF THE JCDTF IS COVERT DRUG INVESTIGATIONS. THESE INVESTIGATIONS ARE CONDUCTED IN A NUMBER OF WAYS, UNDERCOVER DRUG PURCHASES, SURVEILLANCE OF SUSPECTS, EXECUTION OF SEARCH WARRANTS, AND THE USE OF CONFIDENTIAL INFORMANTS. THE PRIMARY FOCUS IS THE PURCHASE OF NARCOTICS UTILIZING A JCDTF UNDERCOVER DETECTIVE. THE JCDTF PROVIDES AN IMMEDIATE RESPONSE TO THOSE DRUG PROBLEMS WHICH POSE IMMINENT THREAT TO THE SECURITY AND WELL-BEING OF THE COMMUNITIES IT SERVES IN JACKSON COUNTY. ADDITIONALLY, THE JCDTF PROVIDES A LONG-RANGE IDENTIFICATION AND ANALYSIS OF EMERGING OR ANTICIPATED DRUG PROBLEMS SO AS TO DEVELOP AN EFFICIENT AND EFFECTIVE LAW ENFORCEMENT RESPONSE.
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $205,621.50
Billings, Montana CITY OF BILLINGS
2020 JAG PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $84,237.00
Missoula, Montana CITY OF MISSOULA
MISSOULA JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $58,440.00
Omaha, Nebraska CITY OF OMAHA
FY20 OMAHA - DOUGLAS COUNTY NEBRASKA JAG PROJECT
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $348,710.00
Carson City, Nevada CITY OF CARSON CITY
FY 20 LOCAL JAG PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2021 Prime $0.00
Carson City, Nevada PUBLIC SAFETY, NEVADA DEPARTMENT OF
CITY OF CARSON CITY
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $95,000.00
Carson City, Nevada CITY OF CARSON CITY
THE CARSON CITY SHERIFF'S OFFICE: BEHAVIORAL HEALTH PEACE OFFICER PROGRAM WILL CONTINUE WITH A THIRD YEAR OF GRANT FUNDING. THIS SPECIALIZED DEPUTY SOLELY FOCUSES ON THOSE IN THE COMMUNITY WHO ARE IN CRISIS AND THEIR FAMILY. THIS PEACE OFICER WILL COLLABORATE WITH BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES AND WILL USE THEIR UNIQUE POSITION AS FIRST RESPONDER TO IMPLEMENT EVIDENCE-BASED DECISIONS AND BRIDGE THE GAPS BETWEEN CURRENT ESCALATING CHALLENGES FACING LAW ENFORCEMENT WHEN CONTACTING INDIVIDUALS WITH BEHAVIORAL HEALTH ISSUES AND THOSE SUFFERING AN IMMEDIATE CRISES. THE PROGRAM WILL PROVIDE FOR APPROPRIATE DIVERSION FROM ARREST AND REDUCTION OF DAYS IN JAIL FOR THE TARGET POPULATION.
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $70,000.00
Carson City, Nevada CITY OF CARSON CITY
THE CARSON CITY SHERIFF'S OFFICE INVESTIGATIONS DIVISION IS PURCHASING EQUIPMENT, PROVIDE TRAINING, AND FUND OVERTIME TO CONDUCT DRUG-ENDANGERED CHILDREN (DEC) INVESTIGATIONS AND OVERDOSE SOURCE INVESTIGATIONS.
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $37,000.00
North Las Vegas, Nevada CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS
FY 20 LOCAL JAG PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $166,085.96
Las Vegas, Nevada PUBLIC SAFETY, NEVADA DEPARTMENT OF
LAS VEGAS, CITY OF
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $85,000.00
North Las Vegas, Nevada CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS
CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS CENTER'S REDUCING RECIDIVISM THROUGH RISK ASSESSMENT PROJECT IS REQUESTING FUNDING TO IMPLEMENT THE OHIO RISK ASSESSMENT SYSTEM MODEL IN THE NEWLY REOPENING CORRECTIONS FACILITY. THIS PROJECT WILL PROVIDE ORAS TOOL TRAINING TO STAFF AND INTERESTED REGIONAL PARTNERS, DEVELOP A CORE OF TRAINERS TO ENSURE SUSTAINABILITY, AND IMPLEMENT TWO TOOLS OF THE ORAS MODEL ASSESSMENT TOOLS. PROJECT EVELUATION WILL BE CONDUCTED BY RESEARCHERS FROM THE GRANT SAWYER CENTER FOR JUSTICE STUDIES AT UNR.
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $37,000.00
Reno, Nevada CITY OF RENO
FY 20 LOCAL JAG PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $161,256.00
Reno, Nevada CITY OF RENO
THE GRANT PROVIDES FUNDING FOR THE RENO POLICE DEPARTMENT THE REGIONAL HUMAN EXPLOITATION AND TRAFFICKING TEAM (HEAT) TO COVER OVERTIME, AND TRAVEL AND REGISTRATION FEES FOR THREE INDIVIDUALS TO ATTEND REGIONAL HUMAN TRAFFICKING TRAININGS. HEAT WILL PURCHASE MODERN TECHNOLOGY ENHANCEMENTS THAT WILL ALLOW DETECTIVES TO PERFORM A FORENSIC EXTRACTION OF A CELL PHONE TO PURSUE THOSE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE EXPLOITATION OF CHILDREN AND ADULTS IN OUR COMMUNITY.
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $70,000.00
Reno, Nevada CITY OF RENO
THE GRANT PROVIDES FUNDING FOR THE RENO POLICE DEPARTMENT GANG TASK FORCE TO COVER OVERTIME, ANNUAL LICENSING FEE, TRAVEL AND REGISTRATION FOR TWO INDIVIDUALS TO ATTEND REGIONAL GANG TASK FORCE TRAININGS, MEETINGS AND CONFERENCES.
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $50,000.00
Manchester, New Hampshire CITY OF MANCHESTER
2020 JAG FOR MANCHESTER NASHUA AND HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $179,436.00
Newark, New Jersey CITY OF NEWARK NEW JERSEY
THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $376,027.00
Las Cruces, New Mexico CITY OF LAS CRUCES
FY 20 LOCAL JAG PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $32,570.00
Santa Fe, New Mexico CITY OF SANTA FE
FY 20 LOCAL JAG PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2021 Prime $0.00
Santa Fe County, New Mexico COUNTY OF SANTA FE
THE DRUG PROBLEM IN REGION ILL IS ACCURATELY ADDRESSED IN THE 2020 ANNUAL HIDTA THREAT ASSESSMENT ON PAGE 17, WHICH IS THE SAME DRUG STRATEGY ADOPTED BY THE DEAC BOARD. REGION ILL CONTINUES TO FOCUS ON THE HEROIN PROBLEM, WHICH IS THE BIGGEST THREAT, FOLLOWED BY COCAINE AND METHAMPHETAMINE. REGION ILL DEVELOPS CASES THROUGH INTELLIGENCE, CONFIDENTIAL SOURCES AND MANY HOURS OF SURVEILLANCE. THIS LEADS TO UNDERCOVER BUYS BY AGENTS, SEARCH WARRANTS AND BUY/BUST OPERATIONS. REGION ILL USES JAG FUNDS TO EXECUTE THE ABOVE-LISTED ACTIVITIES IN BOTH NARCOTIC PURCHASES, INFORMANT COMPENSATION AND OVERTIME FOR PARTICIPATING AGENTS.
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $120,000.00
Asheville, North Carolina CITY OF ASHEVILLE
FY 2020 JAG PROJECT
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $62,044.00
Charlotte, North Carolina CITY OF CHARLOTTE
FY 2020 JAG PROJECT
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $544,607.00
Durham County, North Carolina DURHAM COUNTY GOVERNMENT
2020 JAG - DURHAM COUNTY NC SHERIFF
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $170,859.88
Cass County, North Dakota COUNTY OF CASS
2020 CASS FARGO COLLABORATIVE PROJECT
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $59,274.00
Fargo, North Dakota CITY OF FARGO
2020 COLLABORATIVE PROJECT
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $49,274.00
Grand Forks County, North Dakota GRAND FORKS, COUNTY OF
POLICE EQUIPMENT-PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT AND RADIO COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT
10/1/2019 9/30/2021 Prime $20,274.00
Cincinnati, Ohio CITY OF CINCINNATI
CITY OF CINCINNATI AND HAMILTON COUNTY 2020 JAG PROJECT
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $253,800.00
Cleveland, Ohio CITY OF CLEVELAND
GREATER CLEVELAND FY20 JAG
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $582,261.00
Youngstown, Ohio CITY OF YOUNGSTOWN
CITY OF YOUNGSTOWN AND MAHONING COUNTY FY20 JAG PROJECT
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $37,620.00
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma CITY OF OKLAHOMA CITY
COMMUNICATIONS BODY-WORN CAMERAS RESTRAINTS AND LESS-THAN-LETHAL
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $427,243.00
Tulsa, Oklahoma CITY OF TULSA
CITY OF TULSA/TULSA COUNTY FY 20 JAG PROJECT
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $342,960.00
Tulsa County, Oklahoma DISTRICT ATTORNEY
THE TULSA COUNTY GANG PROSECUTION PROJECT TARGETS FOR INVESTIGATION AND PROSECUTION ORGANIZED CRIMINAL ACTIVITY IN THE TULSA COUNTY COMMUNITY. WE PROPOSE TO ENHANCE THE GANG UNITÂ S FOCUS ON FIREARM VIOLATIONS, WHICH OFTEN LINK BACK TO GANG ACTIVITY EVEN IF THE CRIMES ARE NOT COMMITTED BY GANG MEMBERS. THIS PROJECT WOULD PARTIALLY FUND 3 GANG UNIT PROSECUTORS AND 1 GANG UNIT INVESTIGATOR TO CONTINUE TO AGGRESSIVELY PROSECUTE GANG CRIMES WHILE INCREASING THE RESOURCES AVAILABLE TO PROSECUTE FIREARM AND SHOOTING OFFENSES, PARTICULARLY SHOOTINGS WITH INTENT TO KILL (SWIKS).
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $132,650.26
Tulsa, Oklahoma COUNTY OF TULSA
TULSA COUNTY WILL USE THE FUNDS TO PURCHASE A LIVE SCAN FINGERPRINT STATION
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $22,475.00
Tulsa County, Oklahoma COUNTY OF TULSA
TULSA COUNTY WILL USE THE FUNDS TO PURCHASE A LIVE SCAN FINGERPRINT STATION
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $22,475.00
Portland, Oregon CITY OF PORTLAND
PORTLAND 2020 JAG GRANT PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $408,910.00
Salem, Oregon CITY OF SALEM
CITY OF SALEM COMMUNITY SERVICE OFFICER PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $66,389.00
Allegheny County, Pennsylvania COUNTY OF ALLEGHENY
2020 ALLEGHENY COUNTY JAG PROJECT
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $236,253.00
Allentown, Pennsylvania ALLENTOWN CITY HALL
CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION DIVISION UPDATES
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $45,723.00
Lancaster, Pennsylvania CITY OF LANCASTER MUNICIPAL BUILDING
2020 JAG CITY OF LANCASTER
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $43,168.00
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania CITY OF PHILADELPHIA
FY20 JAG LOCAL
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $1,344,798.00
Pawtucket, Rhode Island CITY OF PAWTUCKET
FY 2020 PAWTUCKET POLICE JAG OVERTIME INITIATIVE
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $60,376.00
Providence, Rhode Island CITY OF PROVIDENCE
PROVIDENCE POLICE PROTECTING THE COMMUNITY
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $181,836.00
North Charleston, South Carolina CITY OF NORTH CHARLESTON
FY 20 JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $95,750.37
Charleston, South Carolina CHARLESTON, CITY OF
POLICE-MENTAL HEALTH COLLABORATION
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $27,874.21
Summerville, South Carolina TOWN OF SUMMERVILLE
FY 20 LOCAL JAG PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2021 Prime $11,168.00
Rapid City, South Dakota CITY OF RAPID CITY
RAPID CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT AND PENNINGTON COUNTY RADIO UPGRADE
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $88,762.00
Sioux Falls, South Dakota CITY OF SIOUX FALLS
THE 2020 EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROJECT
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $115,680.35
Knoxville, Tennessee CITY OF KNOXVILLE
FISCAL YEAR 2020 JAG
10/1/2019 9/30/2024 Prime $138,069.00
Memphis, Tennessee CITY OF MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE
MEMPHIS FY19 STRATEGIES FOR POLICING INNOVATION
10/1/2019 9/30/2022 Prime $452,555.98
Nashville, Tennessee NASHVILLE & DAVIDSON COUNTY, METROPOLITAN GOVERNMENT OF
2020 MNPD EDWARD BYRNE JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $449,935.00
Shelby County, Tennessee SHELBY COUNTY GOVERNMENT
MEMPHIS CITY AND SHELBY COUNTY 2020 JAG
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $783,368.00
Austin, Texas CITY OF AUSTIN
JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $306,603.00
Dallas, Texas CITY OF DALLAS
JAG20 LOCAL SOLICITATION
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $916,404.00
Fort Worth, Texas FORT WORTH, CITY OF
LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT CRIME LABORATORY OPERATIONS
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $430,008.67
Galveston County, Texas COUNTY OF GALVESTON
CRIMINAL JUSTICE ENHANCEMENT PROJECT
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $32,895.00
Houston, Texas HOUSTON, CITY OF
FY20 EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $2,229,207.00
Houston, Texas HOUSTON, CITY OF
FY 19 CGIC PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2022 Prime $750,000.00
Houston, Texas HOUSTON, CITY OF
HUMAN TRAFFICKING AND VIOLENT CRIME SOCIAL NETWORK ANALYSIS PROJECT
10/1/2019 9/30/2022 Prime $500,000.00
Plano, Texas PLANO, CITY OF
COLLIN COUNTY MCKINNEY FRISCO AND PLANO JAG
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $56,041.00
Salt Lake City, Utah SALT LAKE CITY CORPORATION
2020 JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT PROJECT SALT LAKE CITY AND SALT LAKE COUNTY
10/1/2019 9/30/2024 Prime $300,713.00
Salt Lake City, Utah UNIFIED POLICE DEPARTMENT OF GREATER SALT LAKE
UNIFIED POLICE DEPARTMENT WILL RECEIVE A SUBAWARD FROM SALT LAKE CITY ON THE 2020 EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT PROGRAM AND WILL UTILIZE THE FUNDS FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT AND OTHER PROGRAMS, AS APPROVED BY BJA.
10/1/2019 9/30/2024 Sub $49,817.00
Burlington, Vermont CITY OF BURLINGTON
CITY OF BURLINGTON'S NEIGHBORHOOD PEACEMAKING PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $46,234.00
Fairfax County, Virginia COUNTY OF FAIRFAX VIRGINIA
FY 2020 JAG PROJECT
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $113,769.90
Richmond, Virginia RICHMOND, CITY OF
FY 2020 JAG PROJECT
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $137,064.00
Virginia Beach, Virginia CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH
FY 2020 JAG PROJECT
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $70,991.00
Seattle, Washington CITY OF SEATTLE
SEATTLE AND DISPARATE AGENCIES GROUP
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $644,184.00
Spokane County, Washington COUNTY OF SPOKANE
SPOKANE COUNTY AND CITY OF SPOKANE ENHANCEMENT AND EXPANSION OF LAW ENFORCEMENT AND PROSECUTION PROGRAMS
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $141,169.56
Charleston, West Virginia CITY OF CHARLESTON
CHARLESTON-KANAWHA COUNTY ENFORCEMENT PROJECT
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $111,089.76
La Crosse, Wisconsin CITY OF LA CROSSE
2020 LA CROSSE JAG COLLABORATION
10/1/2019 6/30/2022 Prime $12,417.19
Madison, Wisconsin CITY OF MADISON
FY2020 JAG PUBLIC SAFETY INITIATIVE
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $83,839.00
Milwaukee, Wisconsin CITY OF MILWAUKEE
FUNDING TO SUPPORT THE 2020 PRESIDENTIAL NOMINATING CONVENTION
10/1/2019 6/30/2021 Prime $16,729,686.80
Milwaukee County, Wisconsin MILWAUKEE COUNTY
MILWAUKEE UNIFIED PUBLIC SAFETY INITIATIVE
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $826,377.00
Casper, Wyoming CASPER, CITY OF
2020 LOCAL JAG PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2021 Prime $17,531.00
St. Paul, Minnesota CITY OF SAINT PAUL
FY 19 CGIC PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2022 Prime $750,000.00
St. Paul, Minnesota CITY OF SAINT PAUL
CITY OF SAINT PAUL JAG 2020 PROJECT
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $222,977.00
Orangeburg County, South Carolina ORANGEBURG COUNTY
ORANGEBURG COUNTY FISCAL YEAR 2020 JAG
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $25,729.00
Jackson, Tennessee CITY OF JACKSON MAYORS OFF
EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM FY 2020
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $38,643.00
Tacoma, Washington CITY OF TACOMA WASHINGTON
CITY OF TACOMA AND PIERCE COUNTY DISPARATE RESPONSE TO THE EDWARD BYRNE JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $268,680.00
Martinsburg, West Virginia CITY OF MARTINSBURG
MARTINSBURG POLICE DEPARTMENT JAG PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2021 Prime $10,797.00
Tuscaloosa, Alabama CITY OF TUSCALOOSA
FY 2020 CITY OF TUSCALOOSA AND COUNTY OF TUSCALOOSA JAG XVII PROJECT.
10/1/2019 9/30/2024 Prime $48,255.00
Fresno, California FRESNO, CITY OF
FY 20 LOCAL JAG PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $280,224.00
Buffalo, New York CITY OF BUFFALO
INITIATIVES TO REDUCE CRIME AND ENSURE PUBLIC SAFETY
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $216,501.00
Hialeah, Florida CITY OF HIALEAH
FISCAL YEAR 2020 JAG
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $36,151.00
Macon-Bibb County, Georgia MACON-BIBB COUNTY
JAG FORENSIC SCIENCE IMPROVEMENT PROJECT
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $66,785.70
Winston-Salem, North Carolina CITY OF WINSTON-SALEM
FY 19 CGIC PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2022 Prime $699,608.00
Winston-Salem, North Carolina CITY OF WINSTON-SALEM
FY 2020 JAG PROJECT
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $192,045.00
Provo, Utah CITY OF PROVO
FY20 EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASISTANCE GRANT (JAG)
10/1/2019 9/30/2021 Prime $20,997.00
Aurora, Illinois CITY OF AURORA POLICE DEPARTMENT
AURORA ELGIN AND KANE COUNTY FY20 JAG PROJECT
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $52,280.17
Hempstead, New York INCORPORATED VILLAGE OF HEMPSTEAD
HEMPSTEAD SAFETY TRAINING AND TECHNOLOGY UPGRADE
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $26,178.00
Montgomery, Alabama CITY OF MONTGOMERY
VEHICLE PROCUREMENT PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $86,649.00
Tempe, Arizona CITY OF TEMPE
FY 20 LOCAL JAG PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $61,255.00
Chandler, Arizona CITY OF CHANDLER, ARIZONA
FY 20 LOCAL JAG PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $41,117.00
Glendale, Arizona CITY OF GLENDALE
FY 20 LOCAL JAG PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $81,461.00
Pittsburg, California PITTSBURG, CITY OF
FY 20 LOCAL JAG PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2021 Prime $22,342.00
Placer County, California COUNTY, PLACER OF
FY 20 LOCAL JAG PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2021 Prime $16,363.00
San Luis Obispo, California CITY OF SAN LUIS OBISPO
FY 20 LOCAL JAG PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2021 Prime $0.00
Santa Monica, California CITY OF SANTA MONICA
FY 20 LOCAL JAG PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $41,034.00
Santa Rosa, California SANTA ROSA, CITY OF
FY 20 LOCAL JAG PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $47,224.57
Bakersfield, California CITY OF BAKERSFIELD
FY 20 LOCAL JAG PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $118,962.00
Stockton, California STOCKTON CITY OFCITY HALL
FY 20 LOCAL JAG PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $331,162.29
Santa Ana, California SANTA ANA, CITY OF
OT FOR A REDUCTION IN CRIMINAL ACTIVITY AND INCREASED PUBLIC SAFETY THROUGH ENHANCED ENFORCEMENT AND EDUCATIONAL EFFORTS.
10/1/2019 9/30/2024 Sub $103,510.00
Glendale, California CITY OF GLENDALE
FY 20 LOCAL JAG PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2021 Prime $15,088.00
Sacramento, California CITY OF SACRAMENTO
FY 20 LOCAL JAG PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $220,111.00
Anaheim, California CITY OF ANAHEIM
PURCHASE SURVEILLANCE CAMERAS AND ACCESSORTIES TO REDUCE CRIME IN HIGH-CRIME AREAS.
10/1/2019 9/30/2024 Sub $78,421.00
Tampa, Florida CITY OF TAMPA
CITY OF TAMPA CGIC INITIATIVE
10/1/2019 9/30/2022 Prime $750,000.00
Tampa, Florida CITY OF TAMPA
CITY OF TAMPA FY20 JAG
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $120,555.00
Tallahassee, Florida CITY OF TALLAHASSEE
CONTINUATION AND IMPROVEMENT OF LAW ENFORCEMENT SERVICES
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $129,383.68
Albany, Georgia CITY OF ALBANY GEORGIA
POLICE FIELD FORCE TEAM PROJECT
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $64,809.48
Savannah, Georgia CITY OF SAVANNAH
FISCAL YEAR 2020 JAG
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $99,286.00
Augusta-Richmond County, Georgia AUGUSTA-RICHMOND COUNTY GOVERNMENT
IMPLEMENTATION OF ADDITIONAL DATA STORAGE FOR BODY WORN VIDEO
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $45,657.00
Columbus, Georgia COLUMBUS GEORGIA CONSOLIDATED GOVERNMENT
LAW ENFORCEMENT FUNDS FOR PUBLIC SAFETY
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $96,350.00
Kauai County, Hawaii KAUAI, COUNTY OF
FY 20 LOCAL JAG PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2022 Prime $8,944.72
Waterloo, Iowa CITY OF WATERLOO
WATERLOO POLICE DEPARTMENT MOBILE CRISIS RESPONSE SERVICE
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $44,769.00
Topeka, Kansas CITY OF TOPEKA
CRISIS NEGOTIATOR PROJECT AND COUNTY JAIL PROJECT
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $64,995.00
Shreveport, Louisiana CITY OF SHREVEPORT
SHREVEPORT POLICE AND CADDO PARISH JAG
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $117,440.00
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana SHERIFF-JEFFERSON PARISH
EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT FY 2020
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $100,504.05
Lake Charles, Louisiana CITY OF LAKE CHARLES
RADAR SPEED SIGNS
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $41,347.00
Flint, Michigan CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF FLINT
GENESEE COUNTY 2020 JAG INITIATIVE
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $144,215.00
Lincoln, Nebraska LINCOLN CITY OF
CITY OF LINCOLN AND LANCASTER COUNTY FY20 JAG PROJECT
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $120,894.00
Henderson, Nevada CITY OF HENDERSON
FY 20 LOCAL JAG PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $40,764.45
Atlantic City, New Jersey ATLANTIC CITY INC, CITY OF
OFFICER SAFETY PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $50,582.49
Raleigh, North Carolina CITY OF RALEIGH
TRAINING AND EQUIPMENT FOR COMMUNITY CONCERNS
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $83,692.00
Greensboro, North Carolina CITY OF GREENSBORO
BJA FY 20 JAG LOCAL
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $241,872.00
Toledo, Ohio CITY OF TOLEDO
TOLEDO POLICE OFFICERS ASSIGNED TO FIELD OPERATIONS HAVE BEEN EQUIPPED WITH BODY-WORN CAMERAS (BWCS) SINCE 2015. BWCS HAVE PROVEN EFFECTIVE IN DOCUMENTING INCIDENTS INVOLVING AND STATEMENTS MADE TO AND BY OFFICERS. BWCS HAVE ALSO ASSISTED IN THE INVESTIGATION AND SETTLEMENT OF MANY CITIZEN COMPLAINTS OF OFFICER MISCONDUCT. TPD WAS ALREADY PURSUING A STRATEGY TO EXPAND BWC DEPLOYMENT TO SPECIALTY UNITS AND FIRST-LINE SUPERVISORS WHEN THE CITY EXPERIENCED A LARGE INSTANCE OF CIVIL UNREST PROMPTED BY THE DEATH OF GEORGE FLOYD WHILE IN THE CUSTODY OF MINNEAPOLIS POLICE OFFICERS. IN THE AFTERMATH OF THESE UNFORTUNATE EVENTS, TOLEDO CITY COUNCIL HAS SET INTO MOTION LEGISLATION THAT WILL REQUIRE ALL UNIFORMED OFFICERS, REGARDLESS OF RANK OR ASSIGNMENT, BE EQUIPPED WITH BWCS AND RECORD ALL CITIZEN CONTACTS EXCEPT FOR THOSE PROTECTED BY PRIVACY LAWS. THIS ACQUISITION OF BODY CAMERAS WILL AID THE DEPARTMENT IN ITS COMPLIANCE WITH THE PENDING LEGISLATION. THE FOLLOWING IS A LIST OF ITEM(S) TO BE PURCHASED: Â ¢195 Â GETAC VIDEO SOLUTIONS - BODY WORN CAMERA ($111,957.30) Â ¢PROJECT IDENTIFIER: BODY-WORN CAMERAS Â ¢JAG PURPOSE AREA: LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAM THE TOLEDO POLICE DEPARTMENT WILL SUPPORT THE BWC EQUIPMENT BY PURCHASING MULTIDOCK CHARGING UNITS. THESE CHARGING UNITS WILL ALLOW OFFICERS TO CHARGE MULTIPLE BODY-WORN CAMERAS EFFECTIVELY AND CONVENIENTLY. THE FOLLOWING IS A LIST OF ITEM(S) TO BE PURCHASED: Â ¢7 Â GETAC VIDEO SOLUTIONS 8 PORT MULTIDOCK ($9,903.70) Â ¢PROJECT IDENTIFIER: EQUIPMENT- VIDEO/AUDIO Â ¢JAG PROGRAM AREA: LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $121,860.55
Columbia, South Carolina CITY OF COLUMBIA
FY 19 CGIC PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2022 Prime $668,414.00
Columbia, South Carolina CITY OF COLUMBIA
DRUG ANALYSIS LABORATORY IMPROVEMENT III
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $72,941.00
Clarksville, Tennessee CITY OF CLARKSVILLE
CLARKSVILLE/MONTGOMERY COUNTY TN 2020 LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $58,694.00
Corpus Christi, Texas CITY OF CORPUS CHRISTI
2020 JAG GRANT
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $157,601.00
Norfolk, Virginia CITY OF NORFOLK
COMMUNITY POLICING TECHNOLOGY EQUIPMENT AND OFFICER SAFETY AND WELLNESS
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $153,597.71
Chesapeake, Virginia CITY OF CHESAPEAKE
POLICE CRITICAL EQUIPMENT AND CA OFFICE COMMUNITY PROSECUTION PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $110,559.00
Morgantown, West Virginia CITY OF MORGANTOWN, THE
2020 APX 4000 RADIO UPGRADE PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2021 Prime $12,783.00
Cheyenne, Wyoming CITY OF CHEYENNE
INCREASE THE DIGITAL STORAGE CAPACITY OF THE CHEYENNE POLICE DEPARTMENT AND FUND OPERATION CHANGE AN INITIATIVE TO INCREASE PATROLS IN THE DOWNTOWN AREA TO HAVE POSITIVE EFFECTS ON ALCOHOL VIOLATIONS
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $37,080.00
Arlington County, Virginia COUNTY OF ARLINGTON
ADVANCING PUBLIC SAFETY FOR ARLINGTON COUNTY
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $39,528.62
Nashua, New Hampshire NASHUA, CITY OF (INC)
PURCHASE ADDITIONAL LAW ENFORCEMENT EQUIPMENT, INCREASE LAW ENFORCEMENT WITH DEDICATED PATROL OVERTIME, AND LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING.
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $30,345.00
Houston, Texas CITY OF HOUSTON
WHITEFACE CISD'S PATROL ENHANCEMENT VEHICLE PROJECT WILL PROVIDE A NEW PATROL VEHICLE TO PEACE OFFICERS IN ORDER TO IMPROVE OFFICER RESPONSE TIME TO SERVICE CALLS.
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $49,809.00
Miami-Dade County, Florida MIAMI-DADE, COUNTY OF
THE SUBRECIPIENT WILL USE JAG FUNDS UNDER FEDERAL PROGRAM AREA 01 TO FUND OT SALARIES AND BENEFITS.
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $82,440.00
Kenosha, Wisconsin CITY OF KENOSHA
CITY AND COUNTY OF KENOSHA 2020 EQUIPMENT UPGRADE
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $32,486.00
Torrance, California CITY OF TORRANCE
FY 20 LOCAL JAG PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2021 Prime $16,998.00
Sarpy County, Nebraska SARPY, COUNTY OF
TO PREVENT CRIME AND IMPROVE THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM.
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $73,540.00
Utica, New York CITY OF UTICA
JUVENILE AND ADULT SUPERVISION AND COMMUNITY SAFETY PROGRAMS
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $26,511.16
Troy, New York TROY COMMUNITY LAND BANK CORPORATION
CITY OF TROY JAG PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2022 Prime $24,734.58
Clovis, California CITY OF CLOVIS
FY 20 LOCAL JAG PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2021 Prime $15,431.00
Santa Clara, California CITY OF SANTA CLARA
FY 20 LOCAL JAG PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2021 Prime $12,469.00
Loveland, Colorado CITY OF LOVELAND
JAG PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2021 Prime $16,449.00
Murray, Utah CITY OF MURRAY
IN-CAR VIDEO CAMERAS FOR PATROL CARS.
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $29,524.00
Albany, New York CITY OF ALBANY
CITY OF ALBANY JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $63,358.00
Rocky Mount, North Carolina CITY OF ROCKY MOUNT NORTH CAROLINA
FY2020 EQUIPMENT AND TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT GRANT (JAG)
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $35,048.00
Dubuque, Iowa CITY OF DUBUQUE
DUBUQUE 2020 LAW ENFORCEMENT PREVENTION INVESTIGATIVE AND TACTICAL RESPONSE PROJECT
10/1/2019 9/30/2021 Prime $19,563.00
Jacksonville, Florida CITY OF JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
THE SUBRECIPIENT WILL USE JAG FUNDS UNDER FEDERAL PROGRAM AREA 01 TO FUND SALARIES AND BENEFITS FOR A PUBLIC SAFETY ANALYST.
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $87,819.00
Pasco County, Florida PASCO COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
PASCO SHERIFF'S OFFICE JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT PROGRAM - GANG SUPPRESSION XII
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $96,554.00
Pasco County, Florida PASCO COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
THE SUBRECIPIENT WILL USE JAG FUNDS UNDER FEDERAL PROGRAM AREA 05 TO PAY A PORTION OF SALARY AND BENEFITS FOR A NARCOTICS TASK FORCE DETECTIVES.
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $106,511.00
Miami-Dade County, Florida MIAMI-DADE, COUNTY OF
THE SUBRECIPIENT WILL USE JAG FUNDS UNDER FEDERAL PROGRAM AREA 03 TO PAY SALARIES FOR JUVENILE ASSESSMENT COUNSELORS TO PROVIDE ASSESSMENT AND CASE MANAGEMENT SERVICES TO JUVENILES IN AN EFFORT TO REDUCE JUVENILE ARRESTS AND PROVIDE INTERVENTION SERVICES.
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $123,698.00
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana JEFFERSON, PARISH OF
PROGRAM DESIGNED TO ADDRESS PERSONS WITH ALCOHOL & DRUG ABUSE AND ADDICTIONS THAT HAVE RESULTED IN CRIMINAL VIOLATIONS AND ARRESTS IN JEFFERSON PARISH, DUE TO INCREASED DRUG PREVALENCE. DRUG-ABUSING OFFENDERS WHO ENTER THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM ARE AT A HIGH RISK TO REOFFEND. THIS PROGRAM HELPS TO REDUCE RECIDIVISM
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $36,523.00
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania CITY OF PITTSBURGH
THE PITTSBURGH BUREAU OF POLICE (PBP) WILL PURCHASE AND INSTALL A MORE ROBUST DATA STORAGE FORENSIC EVIDENCE SERVER (FES) BECAUSE THE PBPÂ S CURRENT FES IS NEARING ITS 80 TB CAPACITY.
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $88,000.00
Sitka, Alaska CITY & BOROUGH OF SITKA
THE SITKA POLICE DEPARTMENT (SPD) HAS PARTNERED WITH OTHER FEDERAL AND LOCAL AGENCIES, TO PARTICIPATE IN A MULTI-JURISDICTIONAL COUNTER-DRUG TASK FORCE CALLED SEACAD--SOUTHEAST CITIES AGAINST DRUGS. THE PURPOSES OF HE TASK FORCE HAVE BEEN TO INVESTIGATE SIGNIFICANT CRIMINAL ACTIVITIES RELATED TO THE TRAFFICKING OF ILLEGAL CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES, INCLUDING THE MANUFACTURE AND DISTRIBUTION OF ILLEGAL CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES. THE SPD IS COMMITTED TO REDUCE THE NEGATIVE IMPACTS OF ILLEGAL CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES ON THE REGION WITH SEACAD. ALL SPD POLICE OFFICERS WERE RECENTLY TRAINED ON STREET LEVEL DRUG INTERDICTION DURING THE FALL 2020. THE TRAINING HAS BEEN AN OUTSTANDING SUCCESS WITH THREE OFFICERS WORKING IN CONJUNCTION WITH SEACAD TO CONDUCT DRUG TRAFFICKING INVESTIGATIONS IN OUR JURISDICTION. RECENT INVESTIGATIONS INDICATE A SERIOUS METHAMPHETAMINE AND HEROIN PROBLEM IN OUR JURISDICTION. IT IS FOR THIS PURPOSE THAT THE SITKA POLICE DEPARTMENT IS MAKING THIS APPLICATION SO THAT WE MAY CONTINUE OUR PARTICIPATION IN SEACAD. THE SPD CONTINUES TO WORK IN SUPPORT OF THE SEACAD GOALS. THE SITKA POLICE DEPARTMENT IS REQUESTING GRANT FUNDING TO ENABLE US TO DEDICATE THE EFFORTS OF A FULL TIME POLICE OFFICER TO SEACAD.
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $66,173.00
Shreveport, Louisiana CITY OF SHREVEPORT
THIS PROJECT WILL SUPPORT A NARCOTIC TASK COMPRISED OF LAW ENFORCEMENT PERSONNEL FROM THE SHREVEPORT POLICE DEPARTMENT AND CADDO PARISH SHERIFF'S OFFICE. THE PROJECT WILL CONDUCT TRADITIONAL NARCOTICS ENFORCEMENT ACTIVITIES WITHIN THE CITY OF SHREVEPORT AND CADDO PARISH.
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $41,755.00
St. Louis County, Missouri ST LOUIS, COUNTY OF
DTF
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $175,561.53
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana SHERIFF-JEFFERSON PARISH
THE JEFFERSON PARISH SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT IS NEEDED TO TO ADDRESS DRUG RELATED VIOLENCE IN JEFFERSON PARISH AND TO DISRUPT THE SALES OF ILLICIT NARCOTICS IN THE COMMUNITY.
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $35,740.00
Miami, Florida CITY OF MIAMI
THE SUBRECIPIENT WILL USE JAG FUNDS UNDER FEDERAL PROGRAM AREA 01 TO FUND OFFICER TRAINING AND WELLNESS PROGRAMS.
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $33,778.00
Jackson County, Missouri JACKSON COUNTY GOVERNMENT
NON-DTF
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $132,436.61
Milwaukee County, Wisconsin MILWAUKEE COUNTY, WISCONSIN
FUNDS WILL BE USED TO SUPPORT THE MILWAUKEE METROPOLITAN DRUG ENFORCEMENT GROUP (MMDEG) TASK FORCE, A MULTI-JURISDICTIONAL TASK FORCE COMPRISED BY MEMBERS OF THE MILWAUKEE, SOUTH MILWAUKEE, AND WEST ALLIS POLICE DEPARTMENTS AND THE MILWAUKEE COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE. THE MMDEG PROMOTES INTERAGENCY COORDINATION AND INTELLIGENCE-SHARING; AND COMBATS ILLICIT DRUG TRAFFICKING IN MILWAUKEE COUNTY THROUGH THE TARGETING, INVESTIGATION, AND ARREST OF MID-TO-MAJOR-LEVEL DRUG DEALERS, AND THROUGH THE PROSECUTION OF FELONY DRUG OFFENDERS IN SPECIALIZED MILWAUKEE COUNTY SPEEDY TRIAL FELONY DRUG COURTS.
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $321,147.00
Kenosha County, Wisconsin COUNTY OF KENOSHA
THE IMPACT OF DRUG ABUSE AFFECTS THE HEALTH, SAFETY, AND ECONOMY OF OUR COMMUNITIES. THE SOUTH EAST AREA DRUG OPERATIONS GROUP (SEADOG) WAS FORMED TO COMBAT THIS PROBLEM IN THE REGION AND TO HELP COORDINATE THE EFFORTS OF OUR STAKEHOLDERS IN THE REGION IN THE GOVERNMENT, THE PRIVATE, AND THE PUBLIC SECTOR. WE RECOGNIZE THAT OUR EFFORTS MUST INCLUDE EDUCATION, TREATMENT, AND ENFORCEMENT TO BE EFFECTIVE SEADOG HAS ENGAGED IN OUTGOING THREAT ASSESSMENT OF THE DRUG PROBLEM IN THE REGION: GATHERING AND SHARING INFORMATION FROM A WIDE VARIETY OF SOURCES EACH WITH THEIR OWN UNIQUE EXPERTISE. SEADOG IS ABLE TO COMBINE AND SHARE RESOURCES WITH OTHER DRUG ENFORCEMENT EFFORTS SUCH A MILWAUKEE HIDTA. AS A REGIONAL DRUG ENFORCEMENT TASK FORCE, SEADOG IS ABLE TO COORDINATE INVESTIGATIONS OF DRUG TRAFFICKING ORGANIZATION THAT OPERATE IN THE REGION AND BEYOND. SUPPORT FROM THIS GRANT WILL BE CRITICAL IN THE SUCCESS OF SEADOGÂ S MISSION.
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $125,176.00
Detroit, Michigan CITY OF DETROIT
2020 JAG GRANT - LOCAL UNITS SHARING IN LAW ENFORCEMENT ACTIVITIES
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $798,786.00
Reno, Nevada CITY OF RENO
CONTRIBUTE TO THE BUILDING OF INTERNAL CAPACITY TO EXAMINE AND ANALYZE EVIDENCE FROM CRIME SCENES AND ESTABLISH A FUNCTIONAL FORENSICS UNIT. ASSIST IN PROCURING OF EQUIPMENT NECESSARY TO DOCUMENT CRIME SCENES AND COLLECTING DATA. IDENTIFY PROGRESSIVELY MORE ADVANCED EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES TO SUPPORT THIS UNIT.
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $55,000.00
El Paso, Texas CITY OF EL PASO
THE EL PASO POLICE DEPARTMENT (EPPD) IS SEEKING TO ENHANCE SECURITY MEASURES AT THE EPPD K9 FACILITY. THE PROJECT WILL INCLUDE UPGRADES TO CLOSED CIRCUIT TV, ACCESS CONTROL AND PERIMETER SECURITY ENHANCEMENTS. THE PROJECT WILL ALLOW FOR A MORE SECURE FACILITY AND ACCOUNTABILITY WHERE POLICE PERSONNEL ARE ASSIGNED AND POLICE CANINE ARE HOUSED AND SECURED. THE POLICE K9 UNIT IS A VITAL ASSET TO ACTIVITIES PERTAINING TO CRIME PREVENTION, CONTROL, REDUCTION, AND ENFORCEMENT OF CRIMINAL LAW.
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $95,458.50
El Paso, Texas CITY OF EL PASO
THE EL PASO POLICE DEPARTMENT (EPPD) IS SEEKING TO ENHANCE SECURITY MEASURES AT THE EPPD K9 FACILITY. THE PROJECT WILL INCLUDE UPGRADES TO CLOSED CIRCUIT TV, ACCESS CONTROL AND PERIMETER SECURITY ENHANCEMENTS. THE PROJECT WILL ALLOW FOR A MORE SECURE FACILITY AND ACCOUNTABILITY WHERE POLICE PERSONNEL ARE ASSIGNED AND POLICE CANINE ARE HOUSED AND SECURED. THE POLICE K9 UNIT IS A VITAL ASSET TO ACTIVITIES PERTAINING TO CRIME PREVENTION, CONTROL, REDUCTION, AND ENFORCEMENT OF CRIMINAL LAW.
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $0.00
Las Vegas, Nevada PUBLIC SAFETY, NEVADA DEPARTMENT OF
DEPT OF PUBLIC SAFETY TRAINING DIVISION WILL PURCHASE TWO PORTABLE USE OF FORCE SIMULATORS TO BE BASED OUT OF CARSON CITY AND LAS VEGAS AT THE NEVADA DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY (DPS) TRAINING CENTERS. THE PROJECT INCLUDES TRAVEL TO TRAIN OFFICERS IN RURAL DUTY STATIONS TWELVE TIMES AND SHARE WITH OTHER AGENCIES.
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $140,186.00
Carson City, Nevada PUBLIC SAFETY, NEVADA DEPARTMENT OF
DEPT OF PUBLIC SAFETY TRAINING DIVISION WILL PURCHASE TWO PORTABLE USE OF FORCE SIMULATORS TO BE BASED OUT OF CARSON CITY AND LAS VEGAS AT THE NEVADA DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY (DPS) TRAINING CENTERS. THE PROJECT INCLUDES TRAVEL TO TRAIN OFFICERS IN RURAL DUTY STATIONS TWELVE TIMES AND SHARE WITH OTHER AGENCIES.
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $140,186.00
Carson City, Nevada CITY OF CARSON CITY
PARTIALLY FUNDING TWO DETECTIVES FROM THE CARSON CITY SHERIFF'S OFFICE AND THE DOUGLAS COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE FOR THE TRI-NET NARCOTIC TASK FORCE, MULTI-JURISDICTIONAL DRUG TASK FORCE.
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $95,000.00
Henderson, Nevada CITY OF HENDERSON
ASSIST IN THE PURCHASE OF THERMAL IMAGING SYSTEMS. WILL ENABLE OFFICERS TO SEARCH AREAS MORE SAFELY, WITH LESS MANPOWER AND WITH BETTER RESULTS. ALLOW AN OFFICER TO LOCATE SUBJECTS SUCH AS CHILDREN, INDIVIDUALS WITH MENTAL HEALTH CONDITIONS OR INDIVIDUALS WHO MAY BE UNCONSCIOUS AND MAY NOT BE ABLE TO OR WILLING TO RESPOND TO OFFICERS.
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $39,000.00
El Paso, Texas CITY OF EL PASO
THE EL PASO POLICE DEPARTMENT (EPPD) IS SEEKING TO ENHANCE SECURITY MEASURES AT THE EPPD K9 FACILITY. THE PROJECT WILL INCLUDE UPGRADES TO CLOSED CIRCUIT TV, ACCESS CONTROL AND PERIMETER SECURITY ENHANCEMENTS. THE PROJECT WILL ALLOW FOR A MORE SECURE FACILITY AND ACCOUNTABILITY WHERE POLICE PERSONNEL ARE ASSIGNED AND POLICE CANINE ARE HOUSED AND SECURED. THE POLICE K9 UNIT IS A VITAL ASSET TO ACTIVITIES PERTAINING TO CRIME PREVENTION, CONTROL, REDUCTION, AND ENFORCEMENT OF CRIMINAL LAW.
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $5,988.65
Iowa City, Iowa CITY OF IOWA CITY
DRUG ENFORCEMENT TASK FORCE
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $95,000.00
Des Moines, Iowa CITY OF DES MOINES
DOWNTOWN SECURITY
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $24,844.00
Waterloo, Iowa CITY OF WATERLOO
DRUG ENFORCEMENT TASK FORCE
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $179,000.00
El Paso, Texas CITY OF EL PASO
THE EL PASO POLICE DEPARTMENT (EPPD) IS SEEKING TO ENHANCE SECURITY MEASURES AT THE EPPD K9 FACILITY. THE PROJECT WILL INCLUDE UPGRADES TO CLOSED CIRCUIT TV, ACCESS CONTROL AND PERIMETER SECURITY ENHANCEMENTS. THE PROJECT WILL ALLOW FOR A MORE SECURE FACILITY AND ACCOUNTABILITY WHERE POLICE PERSONNEL ARE ASSIGNED AND POLICE CANINE ARE HOUSED AND SECURED. THE POLICE K9 UNIT IS A VITAL ASSET TO ACTIVITIES PERTAINING TO CRIME PREVENTION, CONTROL, REDUCTION, AND ENFORCEMENT OF CRIMINAL LAW.
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $28,518.15
Houston, Texas CITY OF HOUSTON
THE CITY OF PALACIOS' TECHNOLOGY UPGRADE PROJECT WILL PROVIDE NEW PATROL VEHICLES TO PEACE OFFICERS IN ORDER TO IMPROVE OFFICER RESPONSE TIME TO SERVICE CALLS AS WELL AS A AUTOMATED FINGERPRINTING IDENTIFICATION SYSTEM (AFIS) ALLOWING OFFICERS TO RAPIDLY IDENTIFY INDIVIDUALS WITH POSITIVE CRIMINAL HISTORIES OR ACTIVE WARRANTS.
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $108,873.00
Los Angeles County, California LA COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF ARTS A
THE OVERALL GOAL OF THE COUNTY'S CRIME REDUCTION AND PUBLIC SAFETY IMPROVEMENT INITIATIVE IS TO REDUCE CRIME AND IMPROVE PUBLIC SAFETY. PERSONAL AND COMMUNITY SAFETY IS RECOGNIZED AS BEING ONE OF OUR MOST BASIC NEEDS. THE COUNTY HAS BEEN WORKING IN A COOPERATIVE EFFORT WITH VARIOUS JUSTICE AND LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES TO TARGET STREET GANGS WITH THE USE OF SEARCH WARRANTS, ARRESTS, AND THE SEIZURE OF FIREARMS AND WEAPONS. IT IS MOST IMPORTANT FOR PERPETRATORS OF VIOLENT GANG CRIMES TO BE IDENTIFIED, ARRESTED, PROSECUTED, AND CONVICTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH LAW. THIS IS DONE TO PROTECT THE PUBLIC FROM CRIME THAT CAN RUIN THE LOCAL ECONOMY, AND HAVE A NEGATIVE IMPACT ON THE QUALITY OF LIFE FOR ALL PERSONS. DEVELOPING SPECIFIC STRATEGIES THAT TARGET AND FOCUS ON VERTICAL GANG PROSECUTION PROGRAMS WILL SUPPRESS ORGANIZED CRIMINAL GANG BEHAVIOR AND CONTROL THE IMPACT OF GANGS ON OUR COMMUNITY. ANOTHER COMPONENT OF THE COUNTY'S INITIATIVE IS THE MANAGEMENT OF PROBATIONERS IN ORDER TO PREVENT NEW CRIMES. THE COUNTY'S PROBATION DEPARTMENT ADMINISTERS A VARIETY OF SERVICES TO HEIGHTEN AND PROMOTE PUBLIC SAFETY. COUNTY PROBATION OFFICERS WORK IN A COLLABORATIVE MANNER WITH OTHER LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES TO PREVENT AND REDUCE CRIMINAL BEHAVIOR BY HOLDING PROBATIONERS ACCOUNTABLE THROUGH CASE MANAGEMENT, SUPERVISION, AND MONITORING. PUBLIC SAFETY IS ENHANCED WHEN OFFENDERS ARE HELD ACCOUNTABLE AND REDIRECTED FROM DELINQUENT AND CRIMINAL BEHAVIOR. STRATEGIES TO POSITIVELY IMPACT THE BEHAVIOR OF PROBATIONERS AND AT-RISK YOUTH THROUGH EARLY INTERVENTION AND SUPPRESSION PROGRAMS ARE A KEY ELEMENT OF LOS ANGELES COUNTY'S CRIME REDUCTION AND PUBLIC SAFETY IMPROVEMENT INITIATIVE.
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $1,038,033.00
Los Angeles County, California COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES
THE PRIMARY PURPOSE OF CLEAR IS TO FACILITATE THE RECOVERY OF TARGETED GANG-INFESTED COMMUNITIES THROUGH COLLABORATION BETWEEN CRIMINAL JUSTICE AGENCIES INCLUDING THE LOS ANGELES POLICE DEPARTMENT (LAPD), LOS ANGELES COUNTY PROBATION DEPARTMENT, LOS ANGELES CITY ATTORNEY, LOS ANGELES COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY, CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS, AND LOS ANGELES MAYORÂ S OFFICE. THROUGH COMMUNITY IMPACT TEAMS, CLEAR ENGAGES RESIDENTS OF EACH CLEAR SITE INTEGRATING RESIDENT INPUT TO IMPROVE QUALITY OF LIFE ISSUES. THERE ARE CURRENTLY 9 CLEAR SITES, LOCATED IN THE FOLLOWING LAPD DIVISIONS: NORTHEAST, NEWTON, SOUTHEAST, FOOTHILL, SOUTHWEST, HOLLENBECK/BOYLE HEIGHTS, HOLLENBECK/RAMONA GARDENS, RAMPART, AND 77TH. EACH CLEAR SITE IS ASSIGNED A DEPUTY CITY ATTORNEY, A DEPUTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY, AND PROBATION OFFICER, IN ADDITION TO 1 DETECTIVE, 1 SERGEANT, AND 8 POLICE OFFICERS. PROJECT IDENTIFIERS: Â ¢ GANGS Â ¢ VIOLENCE-VIOLENT CRIME Â ¢ COMMUNITY PROSECUTION
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $589,992.97
Tucson, Arizona CITY OF TUCSON POLICE
APPREHENSION
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $239,298.72
Tucson, Arizona CITY OF TUCSON POLICE
PROSECUTION
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $94,802.77
Flagstaff, Arizona CITY OF FLAGSTAFF
APPREHENSION
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $101,784.81
Illinois ILLINOIS CRIMINAL JUSTICE INFORMATION AUTHORITY
FFY20 EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $6,107,899.00
Honolulu, Hawaii CITY & COUNTY OF HONOLULU
STATEWIDE MULTI-JURISDICTIONAL DRUG TASK FORCE. SUBGRANTEE IS A LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCY. THE GOAL OF THE PROJECT IS TO DISRUPT THE FLOW OF DRUGS INTO AND WITHIN THE STATE OF HAWAII BY REDUCING AVAILABILITY, DRUG CRIME, AND DRUG USE THROUGH THE COORDINATION OF OPERATIONS, DRUG SEIZURES, AND THE SHARING OF INFORMATION, PERSONNEL AND RESOURCES. THE $63,304 SUBAWARD IS ALLOCATED FOR SALARIES/FRINGE FOR OVERTIME, CONTRACTS, TRAVEL, AND SUPPLIES RELATED TO DRUG INTERDICTION, ERADICATION, OR INVESTIGATION, AND TRAVEL COSTS FOR SUBJECT MATTER TRAINING.
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $63,304.00
Minneapolis, Minnesota CITY OF MINNEAPOLIS
LAW ENFORCEMENT, PROSECUTOR
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $246,339.72
Flint, Michigan MONTROSE CHARTER TOWNSHIP
THE FLINT AREA NARCOTICS GROUP (FANG) WAS ESTABLISHED IN 1985, APPROXIMATELY 37 YEARS AGO. FANG HAS BEEN AND CONTINUES TO BE THE MOST SUCCESSFUL MULTI-JURISDICTIONAL DRUG TASK FORCE OPERATING IN GENESEE COUNTY AND THE STATE OF MICHIGAN. IF THIS APPLICATION IS APPROVED, FANG WILL WORK WITH ITS PARTNERS IN THE GENESEE COUNTY LAW ENFORCEMENT COMMUNITY TO TARGET LOW, MID-LEVEL, AND UPPER-LEVEL DRUG DEALERS/CONSPIRACIES. THIS INITIATIVE WILL ADDRESS THOSE ISSUES AND INDIVIDUALS WHO HAVE AN ADVERSE IMPACT ON THE QUALITY OF LIFE FOR THE 404,208 CITIZENS OF THE COMMUNITIES FANG SERVES.
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $100,000.00
St. Louis County, Missouri ST LOUIS, COUNTY OF
DTF
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $43,136.44
Jackson County, Missouri JACKSON COUNTY GOVERNMENT
DTF
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $109,417.40
Wichita, Kansas CITY OF WICHITA
2020 JAG PUBLIC SAFETY MODERNIZATION & COW COMMUNITY POLICING
10/1/2019 9/30/2024 Sub $185,271.00
Kauai County, Hawaii KAUAI, COUNTY OF
STATEWIDE MULTI-JURISDICTIONAL DRUG TASK FORCE. SUBGRANTEE IS A LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCY. THE GOAL OF THE PROJECT IS TO DISRUPT THE FLOW OF DRUGS INTO AND WITHIN THE STATE OF HAWAII BY REDUCING AVAILABILITY, DRUG CRIME, AND DRUG USE THROUGH THE COORDINATION OF OPERATIONS, DRUG SEIZURES, AND THE SHARING OF INFORMATION, PERSONNEL AND RESOURCES. THE $38,442 SUBAWARD TO KAUAI POLICE DEPARTMENT IS ALLOCATED FOR OVERTIME; TRAVEL COSTS FOR TASK FORCE MEETINGS AND ENFORCEMENT ACTIVITIES; SUPPLIES AND SERVICES FOR CANINE INVESTIGATIONS; AND EQUIPMENT, RENTALS, AND SUBSCRIPTIONS/SERVICE AGREEMENTS FOR INVESTIGATIONS.
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $38,442.00
Spokane County, Washington COUNTY OF SPOKANE
TO SUPPORT THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM IN WASHINGTON STATE.
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $0.00
Kent, Washington CITY OF KENT, WASHINGTON
TO SUPPORT THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM IN WASHINGTON STATE.
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $0.00
Illinois STATE OF STATE POLICE ILLINOIS
MULTIJURISDICTIONAL LARGE-SCALE NARCOTIC TRAFFICKING ENFORCEMENT
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $51,285.00
Illinois ILLINOIS ASSOCIATION OF CHIEFS OF POLICE FOUNDATION
NATIONAL INCIDENT-BASED REPORTING SYSTEM (NIBRS)
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $41,788.00
Alabama ECONOMIC AND COMMUNITY AFFAIRS, ALABAMA DEPARTMENT OF
FY 2020 ALABAMA JAG
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $3,211,109.00
Columbus, Ohio CITY OF COLUMBUS
SUPPORT FOR CRIME LAB UPDATES FOR THE COLUMBUS DIVISION OF POLICE
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $143,000.00
Galveston County, Texas COUNTY OF GALVESTON
GALVESTON COUNTYÂ S LAW ENFORCEMENT SAFETY PROJECT WILL PROVIDE BULLETPROOF VESTS TO PEACE OFFICERS IN ORDER TO ENSURE THEIR SAFETY AND PREVENT LOSS OF LIFE WHILE PERFORMING THEIR NECESSARY LAW ENFORCEMENT FUNCTIONS AND DUTIES.
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $51,935.00
Uvalde County, Texas ATTORNEY GENERAL OF TEXAS
UVALDE COUNTY'S LAW ENFORCEMENT EQUIPMENT PROJECT WILL PROVIDE A NEW PATROL VEHICLE TO PEACE OFFICERS IN ORDER TO IMPROVE OFFICER RESPONSE TIME TO SERVICE CALLS.
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $67,499.70
Denver, Colorado CITY AND COUNTY OF DENVER
DPD IS REQUESTING FUNDING TO SUPPORT EDUCATION AND OUTREACH SERVICES, FOOT, BIKE, AND VEHICLE PATROLS, AND A DEDICATED VICTIM ASSISTANCE PROGRAM COORDINATOR AS PART OF A PILOT COMMUNITY POLICING PROGRAM IN THE EAST COLFAX NEIGHBORHOOD OF DENVER. EAST COLFAX IS ONE OF THE MOST AT RISK COMMUNITIES IN COLORADO, AND ONE OF THE AREAS OF DENVER MOST VULNERABLE TO GENTRIFICATION AND DISPLACEMENT. IT EXPERIENCED A 19.8% INCREASE IN OVERALL CRIME IN 2020, WITH A 163% INCREASE IN PART 1 VIOLENT CRIMES. DUE TO THE BUDGET CONSTRAINTS CAUSED BY THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC, DPD IS UNABLE TO SUPPORT THIS PROGRAM WITHOUT ADDITIONAL FUNDING. THE GOALS OF THIS PROJECT ARE TO REDUCE CRIME IN THE EAST COLFAX NEIGHBORHOOD AND CREATE BETTER PARTNERSHIPS BETWEEN DPD AND RESIDENTS, BY CONDUCTING 208 TARGETED PATROLS OVER A 12-MONTH PERIOD, OFFERING 12 CRIME PREVENTION EVENTS FOR RESIDENTS AND BUSINESSES, AND PROVIDING TRAUMA-INFORMED VICTIM SERVICES TO THE COMMUNITY.
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $260,724.00
Houston, Texas CITY OF HOUSTON
THE CITY OF HOUSTON'S VIOLENT CRIME INITIATIVE WILL PROVIDE PEACE OFFICER OVERTIME TO UTILIZE TARGETED ENFORCEMENT TECHNIQUES AGAINST CRIMINAL AND TRANSNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS RESPONSIBLE FOR VIOLENT CRIMINAL ACTIVITY.
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $60,343.41
Dallas, Texas CITY OF DALLAS
THE CITY OF DALLASÏ¿½ DIGITAL FORENSIC LAB PROJECT WILL PROVIDE CRITICALLY NEEDED TRAINING AND EQUIPMENT FOR THE POLICE DEPARTMENTÏ¿½S DIGITAL FORENSICS LAB WHICH WILL ENHANCE THEIR ABILITY TO EXTRACT AND ANALYZE DATA FROM ELECTRONIC DEVICES IN CONNECTION WITH CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS.
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $99,998.08
Uvalde, Texas CITY OF UVALDE
THE CITY OF UVALDE'S COMPUTER UPGRADE PROJECT WILL PROVIDE NEW DESKTOP COMPUTERS TO PEACE OFFICERS IN ORDER TO PERFORM THEIR NECESSARY LAW ENFORCEMENT FUNCTIONS AND DUTIES.
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $22,788.34
Arizona CRIMINAL JUSTICE COMMISSION ARIZONA
ARIZONA DRUG GANG AND VIOLENT CRIME CONTROL PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $3,493,965.00
Alaska ALASKA DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY
STATEWIDE MULTI-JURISDICTIONAL TASK FORCE PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $772,254.00
Toledo, Ohio CITY OF TOLEDO
VIOLENT CRIMES, ESPECIALLY THOSE ASSOCIATED WITH GUNS AND GANGS, AFFECT EVERYONE. THIS RANGES FROM THE LOSS OF A LOVED ONE TO THE INABILITY TO ALLOW CHILDREN TO PLAY IN THEIR FRONT YARD IN FEAR OF WHAT MIGHT HAPPEN. SOME RESIDENTS IN TOLEDO EXPERIENCE THIS DAILY. IT IS THROUGH COLLABORATIVE EFFORTS, WITH OTHER LAW ENFORCEMENT ENTITIES AND COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT THAT THE CITY OF TOLEDO WILL ESTABLISH DEDICATED PATROLS AIMED AT INCREASING GANG MEMBER CONTACTS AND REDUCING HOMICIDES, NONFATAL SHOOTINGS, AND SHOTS FIRED CALLS FOR SERVICE WITHIN THE DESIGNATED AREA. A DETERRENCE-BASED STRATEGY WITH AN OFFENDER/HOTSPOT FOCUS WILL BE APPLIED IN THE IDENTIFIED AREA. REPEAT OFFENDERS IN THE VIOLENT HOTSPOTS WILL BE SUBJECTED TO INCREASED POLICE ATTENTION, RANGING FROM SURVEILLANCE AND NON-CONFRONTATIONAL CONTACT TO ARRESTS BASED UPON THE OFFENDER'S BEHAVIOR. STATISTICAL ANALYSIS WILL BE COMPLETED AND A LIST OF PRIORITY OFFENDERS WILL BE IDENTIFIED/UPDATED WITH THE OFFENDERS SUBJECTED TO INCREASED SURVEILLANCE, ATTENTION, AND ENFORCEMENT. IF AN OFFENDER IS UNDER SUPERVISION WITH THE APA, ARRANGEMENTS WILL BE MADE TO ENSURE A HOME VISIT IS CONDUCTED. GANG SWEEPS WILL BE HELD; TARGETING GANG MEMBERS AND THOSE INVOLVED IN VIOLENT CRIMES. ADDITIONALLY DEDICATED HOTSPOT PATROLS WILL BE CONDUCTED TO SERVE AS A DETERRENCE FACTOR THROUGH A VISIBLE PRESENCE. FINALLY, COMMUNITY MEETINGS WILL BE HELD; PROVIDING THE RESIDENTS AND OPPORTUNITY TO HAVE A SAY IN THE PROJECT IN THEIR NEIGHBORHOOD. THE RESIDENTS WILL PROVIDE VITAL FEEDBACK REGARDING THE POLICING EFFORTS IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD AND HAVE A FORUM TO IDENTIFY SPECIFIC PROBLEMS/AREAS THEY WOULD LIKE ADDRESSED.
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $35,202.23
Delaware EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR OF DELAWARE
2020 BJAG STATE FORMULA / DELAWARE
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $848,708.00
Florida FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF LAW ENFORCEMENT
FLORIDA'S FY2020 EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $9,033,167.29
Florida FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF LAW ENFORCEMENT
THE SUBRECIPIENT WILL USE JAG FUNDS UNDER FEDERAL PROGRAM AREA 01 TO SUPPORT THE FDLE DNA DATABASE AND OTHER CRIME LAB SERVICES.
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $355,744.00
Florida FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF LAW ENFORCEMENT
THE SUBRECIPIENT WILL USE JAG FUNDS UNDER FEDERAL PROGRAM AREA 01 TO PROVIDE OVERTIME, EQUIPMENT, AND CONTRACTUAL SERVICES IN SUPPORT OF ITS ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE SUPPORT TEAMS.
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $327,674.00
Florida FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF LAW ENFORCEMENT
THE SUBRECIPIENT WILL USE JAG FUNDS UNDER FEDERAL PROGRAM AREA 06 TO FUND PROGRAMMING FOR FCIC/NCIC.
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $226,121.00
Florida FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF LAW ENFORCEMENT
THE SUBRECIPIENT WILL USE JAG FUNDS UNDER FEDERAL PROGRAM AREA 06 TO SUPPORT NIBRS IMPLEMENTATION FOR THE STATE OF FLORIDA.
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $97,442.00
Baltimore County, Maryland BALTIMORE COUNTY MARYLAND
BALTIMORE COUNTY MARYLANDÂ S TACTICAL TRAUMA TRAINING AND RESPONSE PROGRAM HELPS TO IMPROVE PUBLIC SAFETY AND PROTECT VICTIMS EXPERIENCING PHYSICAL TRAUMA IN BALTIMORE COUNTY. THE PROGRAM PROVIDES FOR INSTRUCTION IN ADVANCED FIRST AID RESPONSE TO MEMBERS OF THE COUNTYÂ S POLICE DEPARTMENT. THIS INSTRUCTION WILL ENHANCE THE ABILITY OF POLICE DEPARTMENT MEMBERS TO RENDER LIFE-SAVING ASSISTANCE TO PERSONS SUFFERING TRAUMATIC INJURY BEFORE MEDICAL AID CAN BE OBTAINED FROM HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS. PROGRAM FUNDS PROVIDE EQUIPMENT AND TRAINING.
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $100,000.00
Springfield, Massachusetts CITY OF SPRINGFIELD
SPRINGFIELD POLICE DEPARTMENT'S SAFETY EQUIPMENT UPGRADE
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $121,488.00
Akron, Ohio AKRON, CITY OF
CITY OF AKRON AND SUMMIT COUNTY 2020 JAG
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Prime $127,567.00
Missoula, Montana MISSOULA, COUNTY OF
JAG SERVICES
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $62,566.50
Missoula County, Montana MISSOULA, COUNTY OF
JAG SERVICES
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $62,566.50
Auburn, Alabama AUBURN UNIVERSITY MONTGOMERY
JAG TRAINING
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $75,000.00
Bowling Green, Kentucky COUNTY OF WARREN
THE BOWLING GREEN Â WARREN COUNTY DRUG TASK FORCE COMBINES LOCAL, STATE, AND FEDERAL AGENCIES TO COMBAT DRUG TRAFFICKING. OUR TOTAL DRUG INVESTIGATIONS AND RELATED ARRESTS CONTINUE TO INCREASE AS WE FOCUS ON THE ILLEGAL TRAFFICKERS: MID-LEVEL AND UPPER LEVEL.
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $99,148.00
Camden County, New Jersey COUNTY OF CAMDEN
JAG FUNDING IS USED TO SUPPORT A WIDE RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME. THE MULTI-JURISDICTIONAL COUNTY GANG, GUN AND NARCOTICS TASK FORCE FOCUSES ON SUPPRESSING STREET GANGS ENGAGED IN VIOLENCE, GUN POSSESSION, AND NARCOTICS DISTRIBUTION. THIS MISSION IS ACHIEVED THROUGH CONDUCTING THREAT ASSESSMENTS, TARGETING VIOLENT GANG MEMBERS AND CONDUCTING INTELLIGENCE-LED INVESTIGATIONS.
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $155,131.00
Kenosha, Wisconsin CITY OF KENOSHA
THE FUNDS WILL BE UTILIZED TO UPGRADE OUR LERMS TRACS INTERFACE, INCLUDING THE INTEGRATION OF DRIVER'S LICENSE SCANNERS, ENABLING FOR THE CORRECT AND EFFICIENT TRANSFER OF DATA AND THEREBY IMPROVING THE DATA REPORTED TO NIBRS.
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $47,340.00
Prince George's County, Maryland PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY MARYLAND
THE FUNDS ALLOCATED FROM BJAG WILL ASSIST THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS FOR ADDITIONAL HOURS FOR A PART-TIME PSYCHOLOGIST THAT WILL SERVES AS AN ADDITIONAL IN-HOUSE MENTAL HEALTH PROVIDER.
10/1/2019 9/30/2023 Sub $30,359.25
Honolulu, Hawaii CITY & COUNTY OF HONOLULU
GRANT FUNDS SUPPORTS THE HONOLULU POLICE DEPARTMENT'S(HPD)COMPUTER FORENSICS ADVANCED CELLPHONE ANALYSIS PROJECT. THE PROJECT SEEKS TO EXPAND HPD'S CAPACITY TO COLLECT DIGITAL EVIDENCE FOR SOLVING CRIMES. FUNDING WILL BE USED TO PURCHASE SOFTWARE THAT WILL ENABLE HPD TO UNLOCK AND GAIN ACCESS TO CELLPHONES, SPECIFICALLY LOCKED IOS (APPLE) AND ANDROID DEVICES. HPD ESTIMATES THAT THE ACQUISITION OF THE NEW TECHNOLOGY WILL ALLOW ACCESS TO 90% OF LOCKED DEVICES AND WILL LEAD TO A 50% INCREASE OF DATA EXTRACTIONS AS COMPARED TO ITS CURRENT CAPABILITIES AND METHODS. OVERTIME IS ALSO BUDGETED TO SUPPORT AFTER HOUR ANALYSIS OF DIGITAL EVIDENCE FOR BOTH OUTSIDE AGENCY REQUESTS AND TO PROCESS IN-HOUSE HIGH PRIORITY CASES.
8/1/2019 7/31/2021 Sub $79,430.00
Illinois ILLINOIS CRIMINAL JUSTICE INFORMATION AUTHORITY
FFY19 SEX OFFENDER REGISTRATION AND NOTIFICATION ACT (SORNA) REALLOCATION FUNDS
8/1/2019 7/31/2021 Prime $252,569.00
Illinois ILLINOIS STATE POLICE
SEX OFFENDER REGISTRATION AND NOTIFICATION
8/1/2019 7/31/2021 Sub $252,569.00
Phoenix, Arizona PHOENIX, CITY OF
FY19 EDWARD BYRNE JAG GRANT
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Prime $1,035,907.00
Tucson, Arizona CITY OF TUCSON POLICE
2019 EDWARD BYRNE JAG MEMORIAL GRANT
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Prime $340,696.00
Auburn, Alabama CITY OF AUBURN, ALABAMA
2019 EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT/ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM
10/1/2018 9/30/2020 Prime $13,967.03
Los Angeles, California LOS ANGELES CITY HALL
FY 19 LOCAL JAG PROGRAM
10/1/2018 9/30/2024 Prime $2,386,696.00
Los Angeles, California CITY OF LOS ANGELES
SOLVING CRIME THROUGH INNOVATION
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Prime $700,000.00
Los Angeles County, California COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES
THE OVERALL GOAL OF THE COUNTY'S CRIME REDUCTION AND PUBLIC SAFETY IMPROVEMENT INITIATIVE IS TO REDUCE CRIME AND IMPROVE PUBLIC SAFETY. PERSONAL AND COMMUNITY SAFETY IS RECOGNIZED AS BEING ONE OF OUR MOST BASIC NEEDS. THE COUNTY HAS BEEN WORKING IN A COOPERATIVE EFFORT WITH VARIOUS JUSTICE AND LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES TO TARGET STREET GANGS WITH THE USE OF SEARCH WARRANTS, ARRESTS, AND THE SEIZURE OF FIREARMS AND WEAPONS. IT IS MOST IMPORTANT FOR PERPETRATORS OF VIOLENT GANG CRIMES TO BE IDENTIFIED, ARRESTED, PROSECUTED, AND CONVICTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH LAW. THIS IS DONE TO PROTECT THE PUBLIC FROM CRIME THAT CAN RUIN THE LOCAL ECONOMY, AND HAVE A NEGATIVE IMPACT ON THE QUALITY OF LIFE FOR ALL PERSONS. DEVELOPING SPECIFIC STRATEGIES THAT TARGET AND FOCUS ON VERTICAL GANG PROSECUTION PROGRAMS WILL SUPPRESS ORGANIZED CRIMINAL GANG BEHAVIOR AND CONTROL THE IMPACT OF GANGS ON OUR COMMUNITY. ANOTHER COMPONENT OF THE COUNTY'S INITIATIVE, IS THE MANAGEMENT OF PROBATIONERS IN ORDER TO PREVENT NEW CRIMES. THE COUNTY'S PROBATION DEPARTMENT ADMINISTERS A VARIETY OF SERVICES TO HEIGHTEN AND PROMOTE PUBLIC SAFETY. COUNTY PROBATION OFFICERS WORK IN COLLABORATIVE MANNER WITH OTHER LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES TO PREVENT AND REDUCE CRIMINAL BEHAVIOR BY HOLDING PROBATIONERS ACCOUNTABLE THROUGH CASE MANAGEMENT, SUPERVISION, AND MONITORING. PUBLIC SAFETY IS ENHANCED WHEN OFFENDERS ARE HELD ACCOUNTABLE AND REDIRECTED FROM DELINQUENT AND CRIMINAL BEHAVIOR. STRATEGIES TO POSITIVELY IMPACT THE BEHAVIOR OF PROBATIONERS AND AT-RISK YOUTH THROUGH EARLY INTERVENTION AND SUPPRESSION PROGRAMS ARE A KEY ELEMENT OF LOS ANGELES COUNTY'S CRIME REDUCTION AND PUBLIC SAFETY IMPROVEMENT INITIATIVE.
10/1/2018 9/30/2024 Sub $1,074,013.00
Los Angeles County, California COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES
THE PRIMARY PURPOSE OF CLEAR IS TO FACILITATE THE RECOVERY OF TARGETED GANG-INFESTED COMMUNITIES THROUGH COLLABORATION BETWEEN CRIMINAL JUSTICE AGENCIES INCLUDING THE LOS ANGELES POLICE DEPARTMENT (LAPD), LOS ANGELES COUNTY PROBATION DEPARTMENT, LOS ANGELES CITY ATTORNEY, LOS ANGELES COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY, CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS, AND LOS ANGELES MAYOR S OFFICE. THROUGH COMMUNITY IMPACT TEAMS, CLEAR ENGAGES RESIDENTS OF EACH CLEAR SITE INTEGRATING RESIDENT INPUT TO IMPROVE QUALITY OF LIFE ISSUES. THERE ARE CURRENTLY 9 CLEAR SITES, LOCATED IN THE FOLLOWING LAPD DIVISIONS: NORTHEAST, NEWTON, SOUTHEAST, FOOTHILL, SOUTHWEST, HOLLENBECK/BOYLE HEIGHTS, HOLLENBECK/RAMONA GARDENS, RAMPART, AND 77TH. EACH CLEAR SITE IS ASSIGNED A DEPUTY CITY ATTORNEY, A DEPUTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY, AND PROBATION OFFICER, IN ADDITION TO 1 DETECTIVE, 1 SERGEANT, AND 8 POLICE OFFICERS. PROJECT IDENTIFIERS: GANGS VIOLENCE-VIOLENT CRIME COMMUNITY PROSECUTION
10/1/2018 9/30/2024 Sub $719,735.00
Detroit, Michigan DETROIT, CITY OF
DETROIT POLICE DEPARTMENT CGIC PROJECT
10/1/2018 9/30/2021 Prime $800,000.00
Grand Rapids, Michigan CITY OF GRAND RAPIDS
FY 19 JAG PROJECT
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Prime $137,692.00
Grand Rapids, Michigan CITY OF GRAND RAPIDS
MET IS A CONTINUING PROJECT WHICH EMPHASIZES THE COOPERATION OF LOCAL, COUNTY, STATE AND FEDERAL AGENCIES. THE GOAL OF MET IS TO REDUCE DEATHS,SERIOUS INJURY,ECONOMIC COSTS,CRIMINAL ACTIVITY AND DRUG TRAFFICKING IN THE MET AREA OF OPERATION BY DISRUPTING DRUG TRAFFICKING ORGANIZATIONS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FLOW OF ILLEGAL AND DIVERTED DRUGS INTO KENT COUNTY PRIMARILY THROUGH CRIMINAL INTERDICTION.
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Sub $104,515.00
Miami-Dade County, Florida MIAMI-DADE COUNTY
CRIME-FIGHTING TOOLKIT: DATA ANALYSIS AND PRIORITIZED RESPONSE
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Prime $442,697.00
Miami, Florida CITY OF MIAMI
CITY OF MIAMI FY 19 JAG
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Prime $283,688.00
Miami Gardens, Florida CITY OF MIAMI GARDENS POLICE DEPARTMENT
MIAMI GARDENS POLICE DEPARTMENT FOCUS ON PUBLIC SAFETY PROGRAM FY 19/20
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Prime $56,401.00
Miami-Dade County, Florida MIAMI-DADE, COUNTY OF
THE SUBRECIPIENT WILL USE JAG FUNDS UNDER FEDERAL PROGRAM AREA 03 TO PAY SALARIES FOR JUVENILE ASSESSMENT COUNSELORS TO PROVIDE ASSESSMENT AND CASE MANAGEMENT SERVICES TO JUVENILES IN AN EFFORT TO REDUCE JUVENILE ARRESTS AND PROVIDE INTERVENTION SERVICES.
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Sub $168,257.00
Miami-Dade County, Florida MIAMI-DADE, COUNTY OF
THE SUBRECIPIENT WILL USE JAG FUNDS UNDER FEDERAL PROGRAM AREA 01 TO FUND SALARIES AND BENEFITS FOR HOURS WORKED ON COMMUNITY CRIME PREVENTION PROGRAMS.
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Sub $93,243.00
Miami, Florida CITY OF MIAMI
01 - LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAM AREA: THE SUBRECIPIENT WILL USE JAG FUNDS UNDER FEDERAL PROGRAM AREA 01 TO FUND SALARIES AND BENEFITS AND EQUIPMENT FOR COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT PROGRAMS.
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Sub $38,205.00
Peoria, Illinois CITY OF PEORIA
PEORIA FY19 JAG PROJECT
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Prime $62,438.00
Denver, Colorado CITY AND COUNTY OF DENVER
2019 DENVER JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Prime $421,799.00
Boulder County, Colorado COUNTY OF BOULDER
BOCO PINWHEEL IS A COMMUNITY-WIDE PROJECT STRIVING TO INITIATE SYSTEMIC CHANGE AND STRENGTHEN PROTECTIVE BEHAVIORS TO PREVENT CHILD ABUSE.
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Sub $61,173.00
Boulder, Colorado CITY OF BOULDER
OFFICER AND PUBLIC SAFETY PROGRAM
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Prime $46,707.00
Aurora, Colorado AURORA, CITY OF
2019 JAG LOCAL SOLICITATION
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Prime $204,133.28
Chicago, Illinois CITY OF CHICAGO
FY 2019 CHICAGO/COOK COUNTY JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT
10/1/2018 7/31/2024 Prime $2,252,121.00
New York, New York NEW YORK, CITY OF
NEW YORK CITY 2019 JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Prime $3,858,884.00
Suffolk County, New York SUFFOLK, COUNTY OF
SUFFOLK COUNTY EDWARD BYRNE JAG 2019
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Prime $129,959.00
Springfield, Illinois CITY OF SPRINGFIELD POLICE
VEHICLE PURCHASES
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Prime $86,470.24
Champaign, Illinois CITY OF CHAMPAIGN
CHAMPAIGN IL FY19 JAG PROJECT
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Prime $58,531.00
Nassau County, New York NASSAU, COUNTY OF
NASSAU COUNTY - 2019 VIOLENT CRIME ENFORCEMENT AND REDUCTION INITIATIVE
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Prime $95,330.00
Chattanooga, Tennessee CITY OF CHATTANOOGA
FY 19 JAG PROJECT
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Prime $134,168.00
Syracuse, New York CITY OF SYRACUSE
2019 JAG
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Prime $100,628.00
Tuscaloosa, Alabama CITY OF TUSCALOOSA
CITY OF TUSCALOOSA POLICE DEPARTMENT: POLICE VEHICLE PROJECT. TUSCALOOSA COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE: MOBILE DATA TERMINAL (MDT) PROJECT.
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Prime $53,798.00
Birmingham, Alabama CITY OF BIRMINGHAM
BIRMINGHAM TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Prime $236,751.39
Huntsville, Alabama CITY OF HUNTSVILLE
LAW ENFORCEMENT EQUIPMENT ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Prime $153,845.55
Anchorage, Alaska ANCHORAGE, MUNICIPALITY OF (INC)
FY 2019 JAG PROGRAM
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Prime $423,021.00
Flagstaff, Arizona CITY OF FLAGSTAFF
FY 2019 LOCAL JAG PROGRAM
10/1/2018 9/30/2020 Prime $20,458.00
Scottsdale, Arizona CITY OF SCOTTSDALE
PARTIAL FUNDING FOR A PROPERTY AND EVIDENCE TECHNICIAN
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Prime $29,481.00
Jonesboro, Arkansas CITY OF JONESBORO
POLICE EQUIPMENT UPGRADES PROJECT
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Prime $31,139.00
Little Rock, Arkansas LITTLE ROCK, CITY OF
LAW ENFORCEMENT AND COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Prime $274,461.00
San Diego, California CITY OF SAN DIEGO
FISCAL YEAR 2019 JAG PROGRAM
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Prime $473,241.00
San Francisco, California CITY & COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO
SAN FRANCISCO CRIME GUN INTELLIGENCE CENTER
10/1/2018 9/30/2021 Prime $800,000.00
San Francisco, California CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO
FY 19 LOCAL JAG PROGRAM
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Prime $449,747.00
San Jose, California SAN JOSE, CITY OF
FY 19 LOCAL JAG PROGRAM
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Prime $290,587.00
Hartford, Connecticut HARTFORD CITY OF POLICE DEPARTMENT
HARTFORD JAG 2019
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Prime $185,614.00
New Haven, Connecticut CITY OF NEW HAVEN
EFFECTIVE PRACTICES FOR COMMUNITY POLICING AND PUBLIC SAFETY
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Prime $160,096.00
West Haven, Connecticut CITY OF WEST HAVEN
WEST HAVEN POLICE DEPARTMENT TECHNOLOGY UPGRADES
10/1/2018 9/30/2020 Prime $16,591.00
Wilmington, Delaware CITY OF WILMINGTON
FY19 JAG PROGRAM
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Prime $215,521.00
Jacksonville, Florida CITY OF JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
FY 2019 CRIME PREVENTION AND INTERVENTION INITIATIVE
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Prime $403,269.00
Jacksonville, Florida CITY OF JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
THE SUBRECIPIENT WILL USE JAG FUNDS UNDER FEDERAL PROGRAM AREA 01 TO FUND SALARIES AND BENEFITS FOR A CRIME ANALYST.
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Sub $92,976.00
Orlando, Florida ORLANDO, CITY OF
2019 ORLANDO POLICE DEPARTMENT JAG
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Prime $160,940.00
Orlando, Florida ORLANDO, CITY OF
06 - PLANNING, EVALUATION & TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM AREA: THE SUBRECIPIENT WILL USE JAG FUNDS UNDER FEDERAL PROGRAM AREA 06 TO PURCHASE LPR'S.
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Sub $54,076.00
Dekalb County, Georgia DEKALB COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE
DEKALB COUNTY CRIMINAL JUSTICE COLLABORATIVE
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Prime $255,733.00
Atlanta, Georgia CITY OF ATLANTA
JAG 2019ATLANTA: MARKED PATROL CARSFULTON COUNTY : JUNIOR D.A./LEGAL LIVES PROGRAMS; PORTABLE RADIO UPGRADE; BALLISTIC VEST/CANINE CAMERA; SERVICE PROVIDER DATABASE/SUPPLIES.
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Prime $517,651.00
Honolulu, Hawaii CITY & COUNTY OF HONOLULU
FY 19 LOCAL JAG PROGRAM
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Prime $402,387.00
Honolulu, Hawaii CITY & COUNTY OF HONOLULU
THE HONOLULU POLICE DEPARTMENT, WILL USE JAG FUNDS TO SUPPORT ITS ALCOHOL ENFORCEMENT FORENSIC SERVICES PROJECT. THE PROJECT'S GOAL IS TO SUPPORT THE CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU'S EFFORTS TO ENFORCE ALCOHOL LAWS. TO ACHIEVE THIS THE PROJECT SEEKS TO SUPPORT A 1.0 FTE CRIMINALIST POSITION DEDICATED TO PROCESSING BEVERAGE ALCOHOL CASE REQUESTS.
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Sub $41,060.00
Boise, Idaho BOISE, CITY OF
FY 2019 CITY AND COUNTY JAG PROGRAM
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Prime $150,480.00
Twin Falls, Idaho COUNTY OF TWIN FALLS
FY 2019 CITY AND COUNTY JAG PROGRAM
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Prime $29,704.00
Twin Falls County, Idaho COUNTY OF TWIN FALLS
FY 2019 CITY AND COUNTY JAG PROGRAM
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Prime $29,704.00
Indianapolis, Indiana CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS
FY 2019 LOCAL JAG CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS/MARION COUNTY
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Prime $1,023,693.00
Indianapolis, Indiana CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS
FY 18 CGIC PROGRAM
10/1/2018 9/30/2021 Prime $798,866.00
Indianapolis, Indiana CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS
FY 2018 IMPD REAL-TIME CRIME DATA INITIATIVE
10/1/2018 9/30/2021 Prime $456,891.00
Indianapolis, Indiana CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS
SUPPORTS COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH FILE CONVERSION PROJECT WHICH WILL CONVERT MICROFILMED DOCUMENTS TO A DIGITAL FORMAT.
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Sub $150,501.00
Fort Wayne, Indiana CITY OF FORT WAYNE
CITY OF FORT WAYNE AND ALLEN COUNTY FY19 JAG PROJECT
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Prime $101,758.00
Lafayette, Indiana CITY OF LAFAYETTE
CITY OF LAFAYETTE AND TIPPECANOE COUNTY FY19 JAG PROJECT
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Prime $35,308.00
Lafayette, Indiana CITY OF LAFAYETTE
THE TIPPECANOE COUNTY DRUG TASK FORCE (TCDTF) WAS ESTABLISHED IN 1996 AND CURRENTLY CONSISTS OF TEN UNDERCOVER DETECTIVES FROM FIVE SEPARATE POLICE AGENCIES: LAFAYETTE POLICE DEPARTMENT, WEST LAFAYETTE POLICE DEPARTMENT, TIPPECANOE COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT, PURDUE POLICE DEPARTMENT, AND THE INDIANA STATE POLICE. THE TEAM'S PRIMARY MISSION IS TO INVESTIGATE ILLEGAL NARCOTIC DISTRIBUTION IN AND AROUND TIPPECANOE COUNTY. WE ALSO WORK WITH SURROUNDING COUNTIES, STATE, AND FEDERAL LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES DURING MANY OF OUR INVESTIGATIONS. OUR PROGRAMS PRIMARY OBJECTIVES DIRECTLY CORRELATE WITH THE GRANTS PRIORITY OF "RESPONDING TO THE OPIOID CRISIS", AS ALMOST HALF OUR INVESTIGATIONS INVOLVE THE ILLEGAL DISTRIBUTION OF HEROIN AND/OR FENTANYL. OUR WORK IN REMOVING DRUG DEALERS FROM OUR COMMUNITY ALSO DIRECTLY IMPACTS THE GRANT PRIORITY OF " REDUCING VIOLENT CRIMES". IT IS WIDELY ACCEPTED, THE MAJORITY OF VIOLENT CRIMES IN OUR COMMUNITY IS ASSOCIATED WITH ILLEGAL DRUG USE AND/OR DISTRIBUTION. IN 2018, THE TCDTF CONDUCTED OVER 90 CONTROLLED PURCHASES OF NARCOTICS. TO DATE IN 2019, THE TCDTF HAS CONDUCTED 84 CONTROLLED PURCHASES OF NARCOTICS. IN THE LAST FIVE YEARS, TIPPECANOE COUNTY HAS EXPERIENCED A SIGNIFICANT INCREASE IN THE NUMBER OF NARCOTIC ARRESTS. THIS TREND IS ONE OF MANY INDICATORS THAT OUR COMMUNITY HAS EXPERIENCED A SIGNIFICANT INCREASE IN DRUG DEALERS, DRUG SUPPLY, AND ILLEGAL DRUG CONSUMERS. THE REQUESTED FUNDS FROM THE JAG GRANT WILL ALLOW THE TCDTF TO BE MORE EFFECTIVE IN OUR MISSION, ALLOWING US TO EXPAND THE SIZE AND SCOPE OF OUR INVESTIGATIONS. ADDING ADDITIONAL FUNDS FOR OVERTIME AND BUY MONEY FOR CONTROLLED PURCHASES OF NARCOTICS
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Sub $40,000.00
Lafayette, Indiana CITY OF LAFAYETTE
THE TIPPECANOE COUNTY DRUG TASK FORCE (TCDTF) WAS ESTABLISHED IN 1996 AND CURRENTLY CONSISTS OF TEN UNDERCOVER DETECTIVES FROM FIVE SEPARATE POLICE AGENCIES: LAFAYETTE POLICE DEPARTMENT, WEST LAFAYETTE POLICE DEPARTMENT, TIPPECANOE COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT, PURDUE POLICE DEPARTMENT, AND THE INDIANA STATE POLICE. THE TEAM'S PRIMARY MISSION IS TO INVESTIGATE ILLEGAL NARCOTIC DISTRIBUTION IN AND AROUND TIPPECANOE COUNTY. WE ALSO WORK WITH SURROUNDING COUNTIES, STATE, AND FEDERAL LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES DURING MANY OF OUR INVESTIGATIONS. OUR PROGRAMS PRIMARY OBJECTIVES DIRECTLY CORRELATE WITH THE GRANTS PRIORITY OF "RESPONDING TO THE OPIOID CRISIS", AS ALMOST HALF OUR INVESTIGATIONS INVOLVE THE ILLEGAL DISTRIBUTION OF HEROIN AND/OR FENTANYL. OUR WORK IN REMOVING DRUG DEALERS FROM OUR COMMUNITY ALSO DIRECTLY IMPACTS THE GRANT PRIORITY OF "REDUCING VIOLENT CRIMES". IT IS WIDELY ACCEPTED, THE MAJORITY OF VIOLENT CRIMES IN OUR COMMUNITY IS ASSOCIATED WITH ILLEGAL DRUG USE AND/OR DISTRIBUTION. IN 2018, THE TCDTF CONDUCTED OVER 90 CONTROLLED PURCHASES OF NARCOTICS. TO DATE IN 2019, THE TCDTF HAS CONDUCTED 84 CONTROLLED PURCHASES OF NARCOTICS. IN THE LAST FIVE YEARS, TIPPECANOE COUNTY HAS EXPERIENCED A SIGNIFICANT INCREASE IN THE NUMBER OF NARCOTIC ARRESTS. THIS TREND IS ONE OF MANY INDICATORS THAT OUR COMMUNITY HAS EXPERIENCED A SIGNIFICANT INCREASE IN DRUG DEALERS, DRUG SUPPLY, AND ILLEGAL DRUG CONSUMERS. THE REQUESTED FUNDS FROM THE JAG GRANT WILL ALLOW THE TCDTF TO BE MORE EFFECTIVE IN OUR MISSION, ALLOWING US TO EXPAND THE SIZE AND SCOPE OF OUR INVESTIGATIONS. ADDING ADDITIONAL FUNDS FOR OVERTIME, BUY MONEY FOR CONTROLLED PURCHASES OF NARCOTICS, AFFORDING US THE OPPORTUNITY TO SEND UNDERCOVER INVESTIGATORS TO ADDITIONAL SPECIALIZED TRAINING, AND PROVIDING US THE ABILITY TO MEET OUR INVESTIGATIVE EQUIPMENT NEEDS.
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Sub $40,000.00
Iowa City, Iowa CITY OF IOWA CITY
DRUG TASK FORCE
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Sub $100,000.00
Des Moines, Iowa CITY OF DES MOINES
EMPLOYING MODERN TECHNOLOGY AND SOFTWARE TO ADDRESS VIOLENT CRIME ELEVATE OFFICER TRAINING ASSIST WITH INVESTIGATIONS AND OFFICER SAFETY
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Prime $169,175.00
Des Moines, Iowa CITY OF DES MOINES
UPGRADE BALLISTIC PROTECTION
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Sub $20,000.00
Wichita, Kansas CITY OF WICHITA
WICHITA POLICE DEPARTMENT'S OPERATION SAVE A CASING
10/1/2018 9/30/2021 Prime $493,694.00
Lexington-Fayette County, Kentucky LEXINGTON-FAYETTE URBAN COUNTY GOVERNMENT
LEXINGTON-FAYETTE URBAN COUNTY GOVERNMENT DIVISION OF POLICE
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Prime $148,589.00
Lexington-Fayette County, Kentucky LEXINGTON-FAYETTE URBAN COUNTY GOVERNMENT
THE STREET SALES TASK FORCE PROJECT IS A DRUG TASK FORCE WITH STRONG MULTI-AGENCY COOPERATION BETWEEN THE LEXINGTON POLICE DEPARTMENT, THE FAYETTE COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY OFFICE, AND THE DRUG ENFORCEMENT AGENCY IN THE INVESTIGATIONS, ARREST AND PROSECUTION OF DRUG OFFENDERS. THE GRANT FUNDS WILL BE USED TO EMPLOY ONE PART-TIME ASSISTANT PROSECUTOR IN THE COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY OFFICE AND PROVIDE OVERTIME FOR NARCOTIC DETECTIVES TO INVESTIGATE DRUG CRIME.
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Sub $80,000.00
Louisville-Jefferson County, Kentucky LOUISVILLE-JEFFERSON COUNTY METRO GOVERNMENT
EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT PROGRAM FY19
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Prime $601,242.55
Louisville, Kentucky LOUISVILLE-JEFFERSON COUNTY METRO GOVERNMENT
EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT PROGRAM FY19
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Prime $601,242.55
Bowling Green, Kentucky BOWLING GREEN, CITY OF
BOWLING GREEN POLICE DEPARTMENT & WARREN COUNTY ATTORNEY'S OFFICE
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Prime $30,533.00
Baton Rouge, Louisiana EAST BATON ROUGE SHERIFFS OFFICE
2019 EAST BATON ROUGE JAG GRANT
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Prime $185,233.00
Baton Rouge, Louisiana BATON ROUGE CITY OF OFFICE OF THE TREASURER
SUBAWARD WILL ALLOW BATON ROUGE POLICE DEPARTMENT TO OPERATE A RAPID RESPONSE TEAM TO BE DEPLOYED EACH WEEK WITH THE GOAL OF EXAMINING SHOOTING SCENES, RETRIEVING SHELL CASINGS FOR FURTHER ANALYSIS AND SPEAKING WITH COMMUNITY MEMBERS WHO MAY HAVE SEEN OR HEARD THE GUNSHOTS. THE RAPID RESPONSE TEAM WILL ENABLE THE PROJECT GOALS TO BE MET.
10/1/2018 9/30/2021 Sub $48,019.00
Kenner, Louisiana CITY OF KENNER
KENNER POLICE PERSONNEL OVERTIME INITIATIVE
10/1/2018 9/30/2021 Prime $13,597.00
New Orleans, Louisiana CITY OF NEW ORLEANS COURTS
COMPREHENSIVE LAW ENFORCEMENT STRATEGIES
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Prime $297,837.00
New Orleans, Louisiana NEW ORLEANS, CITY OF
GROWW IS AN EVIDENCE-BASED PROGRAM DESIGNED TO PROVIDE AN EDUCATIONAL AND INSPIRATIONAL ENVIRONMENT FOR LOW TO MINIMUM-RISK FEMALES INVOLVED WITH THE ORLEANS PARISH JUVENILE COURT AS WELL AS FEMALES THAT ARE NOT YET JUVENILE JUSTICE INVOLVED. GROWW SERVES AS A MENTORSHIP PROGRAM, INTERVENTION, AND PREVENTION PROGRAM.
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Sub $54,059.00
New Orleans, Louisiana NEW ORLEANS, CITY OF
TEEN COURT WORKS IS TO SERVE AS AN ALTERNATIVE PROGRAM FOR YOUTH COMMITTING LOW-LEVEL OFFENSES THAT WILL PROVIDE ALTERNATIVE SENTENCING OPTIONS THROUGH A PEER=TO=PEER COLLABORATION. THIS PROGRAM IS AN EVIDENCE-BASED PROGRAM THAT ENVISIONS TO DETER NEGATIVE BEHAVIOR, INCREASE SELF-ESTEEM, AND PROMOTE SELF-IMPROVEMENT.
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Sub $49,588.00
Portland, Maine CITY OF PORTLAND POLICE DEPARTMENT
FY19 JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Prime $96,898.00
Baltimore County, Maryland BALTIMORE COUNTY MARYLAND
FY2019 JAG - BALTIMORE COUNTY MARYLAND
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Prime $321,731.00
Baltimore, Maryland BALTIMORE, CITY OF
BALTIMORE CITY MARYLAND JAG ROUND 15
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Prime $859,773.00
Boston, Massachusetts CITY OF BOSTON
BOSTON'S FY19 JAG GRANT
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Prime $402,785.00
Peabody, Massachusetts CITY OF PEABODY
FY 19 LOCAL JAG
10/1/2018 9/30/2020 Prime $14,890.00
Worcester, Massachusetts CITY OF WORCESTER
NEIGHBORHOOD CRIME WATCH
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Prime $133,009.00
Kalamazoo, Michigan CITY OF KALAMAZOO
2019 KALAMAZOO CITY AND KALAMAZOO COUNTY JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Prime $86,892.87
Jackson, Mississippi CITY OF JACKSON MISSISSIPPI
CITY OF JACKSON FY 2019 JAG
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Prime $244,071.00
Jackson County, Missouri JACKSON COUNTY DETENTION CENTER
GREATER KANSAS CITY CRIME PREVENTION INITIATIVES
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Prime $609,429.00
Kansas City, Missouri BOARD OF POLICE COMMISSIONERS OF KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI
MISSOURI WESTERN INTERDICTION AND NARCOTICS (MOWIN) TASK FORCE IS ENTERING ITS 6TH YEAR OF SERVICE. IT PROVIDES A VARIETY OF SERVICES TO ITS GEOGRAPHICAL AREA. MOWIN INTERDICTS ILLEGAL NARCOTICS, CURRENCY, CONTRABAND, AND FUGITIVES. THEY CONDUCT HOTEL/MOTEL, TRANSIT, PARCEL, AND COMMERCIAL MOTOR VEHICLE INTERDICTION. MOWIN DISMANTLES, DISPOSES, AND PROSECUTES METH LABS AND MARIJUANA FARMS. MOWIN ASSISTS AGENCIES WITH PROCESSING AND FILING DRUG POSSESSION CASES FOR PROSECUTION, INVESTIGATING DRUG COMPLAINTS, AND UNDERCOVER ACTIVITIES & ENFORCEMENT. MOWIN PARTICIPATES IN VETERANS AND DRUG COURTS, DRUG TAKE-BACKS, AND HOSTS A VARIETY OF DRUG AND DRUG TREND EDUCATION PROGRAMS. MOWIN PROVIDES DRUG SWEEPS WITH THEIR K-9S FOR SCHOOLS THAT REQUEST THOSE TYPES OF SERVICES. MOWIN WORKS WITH PHARMACIES TO GATHER INFORMATION ABOUT SUSPICIOUS PURCHASES WHICH MAY BE USED AS PRECURSORS FOR MANUFACTURING OR DISTRIBUTING ILLEGAL NARCOTICS.
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Sub $317,994.65
St. Louis, Missouri CITY OF ST. LOUIS
CITY OF ST. LOUIS JUSTICE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Prime $432,327.00
St. Louis County, Missouri ST. LOUIS COUNTY, MISSOURI
ST. LOUIS COUNTY FY19 JAG PROJECT
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Prime $124,013.00
St. Louis County, Missouri ST LOUIS, COUNTY OF
THE TASK FORCE IS MADE UP OF 5 SEPARATE ENFORCEMENT GROUPS. THE ANTI-GANG UNIT INVESTIGATES GANGS, VIOLENT DRUG OFFENDERS, AND STREET CORNER DRUG DEALERS, WITH A FOCUS ON ELIMINATING NOT ONLY ILLEGAL DRUG SALES, BUT THE ACCOMPANYING VIOLENCE AND RELATED CRIME. THREE INVESTIGATION UNITS TARGET AN ORGANIZATION'S ENTIRE NETWORK OF DISTRIBUTORS AND CUSTOMERS BY IDENTIFYING DRUG TRAFFICKERS AND THE METHODS OF DISTRIBUTION. THEY FOCUS ON NEIGHBORHOOD DRUG DEALERS AND NUISANCE HOUSES, AND DEVELOP AN INFORMANT NETWORK FOR IDENTIFYING LARGER ORGANIZATIONS. THESE 3 UNITS ALSO DIRECT INVESTIGATIONS TOWARD INDIVIDUALS AND GROUPS INVOLVED IN THE MANUFACTURING OF METH, WITH EMPHASIS ON PRECURSOR DIVERSION INVESTIGATIONS. THE INTERDICTION UNIT FOCUSES ON TRUCK STOPS, TRAIN DEPOTS, PARCEL AND PACKAGE DELIVERY, AND LOCAL HOTELS AND MOTELS IN AN EFFORT TO DISRUPT AND DISMANTLE INTERSTATE DRUG TRAFFICKING ORGANIZATIONS BY TARGETING MAJOR COURIERS.
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Sub $175,175.13
Jackson County, Missouri JACKSON COUNTY MISSOURI
A COMBINED AND UNIFIED RESPONSE TO COUNTER THE GROWING ILLEGAL DRUG PROBLEM AND DRUG RELATED VIOLENT CRIME IN JACKSON COUNTY, MISSOURI. THE FOCUS OF THE JCDTF IS COVERT DRUG INVESTIGATIONS. THESE INVESTIGATIONS ARE CONDUCTED IN A NUMBER OF WAYS, UNDERCOVER DRUG PURCHASES, SURVEILLANCE OF SUSPECTS, EXECUTION OF SEARCH WARRANTS, AND THE USE OF CONFIDENTIAL INFORMANTS. THE PRIMARY FOCUS IS THE PURCHASE OF NARCOTICS UTILIZING A JCDTF UNDERCOVER DETECTIVE. THE JCDTF PROVIDES AN IMMEDIATE RESPONSE TO THOSE DRUG PROBLEMS WHICH POSE IMMINENT THREAT TO THE SECURITY AND WELL-BEING OF THE COMMUNITIES IT SERVES IN JACKSON COUNTY. ADDITIONALLY, THE JCDTF PROVIDES A LONG-RANGE IDENTIFICATION AND ANALYSIS OF EMERGING OR ANTICIPATED DRUG PROBLEMS SO AS TO DEVELOP AN EFFICIENT AND EFFECTIVE LAW ENFORCEMENT RESPONSE.
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Sub $205,621.50
Billings, Montana CITY OF BILLINGS
EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT ENHANCEMENTS
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Prime $84,717.00
Missoula, Montana CITY OF MISSOULA
FY 2019 JAG PROGRAM
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Prime $66,788.00
Missoula County, Montana MISSOULA, COUNTY OF
FIVE VALLEYS DRUG TASK FORCE
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Sub $96,349.21
Omaha, Nebraska CITY OF OMAHA
FY 19 OMAHA - DOUGLAS JAG PROJECT
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Prime $355,307.93
Omaha, Nebraska CITY OF OMAHA
TO REDUCE VIOLENT CRIME
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Sub $39,325.00
Sarpy County, Nebraska SARPY, COUNTY OF
TO REDUCE VIOLENT CRIME
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Sub $67,672.00
Carson City, Nevada CITY OF CARSON CITY
FY 19 LOCAL JAG PROGRAM
10/1/2018 9/30/2020 Prime $4,240.44
Carson City, Nevada PUBLIC SAFETY, NEVADA DEPARTMENT OF
CITY OF CARSON CITY
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Sub $120,000.00
Carson City, Nevada PUBLIC SAFETY, NEVADA DEPARTMENT OF
CITY OF CARSON CITY
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Sub $95,000.00
Carson City, Nevada PUBLIC SAFETY, NEVADA DEPARTMENT OF
CITY OF CARSON CITY
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Sub $55,000.00
North Las Vegas, Nevada CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS
NORTH LAS VEGAS CLOSED-CIRCUIT TELEVISION PROJECT AND ULTRA SOFTWARE APPLICATION
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Prime $164,751.52
Las Vegas, Nevada PUBLIC SAFETY, NEVADA DEPARTMENT OF
LAS VEGAS METROPOLITAN POLICE DEPARTMENT
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Sub $120,000.00
Las Vegas, Nevada PUBLIC SAFETY, NEVADA DEPARTMENT OF
LAS VEGAS, CITY OF
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Sub $90,000.00
Reno, Nevada CITY OF RENO
RENO REDUCING GUN VIOLENCE THROUGH EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICES
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Prime $668,968.00
Reno, Nevada CITY OF RENO
JOINT APPLICATION FOR WASHOE COUNTY LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Prime $155,634.08
Manchester, New Hampshire CITY OF MANCHESTER
2019 JAG FOR MANCHESTER NASHUA AND HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Prime $202,001.00
Newark, New Jersey CITY OF NEWARK NEW JERSEY
FY 2019 EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Prime $434,882.00
Albuquerque, New Mexico CITY OF ALBUQUERQUE
FY 19 JAG PROJECT
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Prime $574,752.00
Albuquerque, New Mexico CITY OF ALBUQUERQUE
CITY OF ALBUQUERQUE CRIME GUN INTELLIGENCE CENTER (COA CGIC)
10/1/2018 9/30/2021 Prime $452,108.00
Albuquerque, New Mexico CITY OF ALBUQUERQUE
THE PROGRAM WILL WORK TOWARD IDENTIFYING, DISRUPTING AND DISMANTLING DTOS, AND PREVENTING THE SALES, USE, AND RELATED CRIMES ASSOCIATED WITH ILLEGAL SUBSTANCES WITHIN LOCAL COMMUNITIES BY USING A VARIETY OF INVESTIGATIVE METHODS. JAG FUNDING WILL HELP ADDRESS THESE ISSUES LEADING TO ARRESTS, DRUG/MONEY/GUN SEIZURES, AND BOTH FEDERAL AND STATE LEVEL PROSECUTION OF CASES. THE FUNDS WILL ASSIST IN THE APPROACH TO SOLVING THE PROBLEMS FACING IT'S COMMUNITY THROUGH HAVING WELL-EQUIPPED, WELL-TRAINED AND EXPERIENCED OFFICERS/DEPUTIES/AGENTS WORKING TOGETHER. THE FUNDING WILL ALLOWS MORE K-9 UNITS TO BE AVAILABLE AND READY TO IDENTIFY AND LOCATE ILLEGAL NARCOTICS ALONG INTERSTATES 25 AND 40, MODES OF TRAVEL EITHER BY PERSONAL VEHICLE, BUS AND/OR TRAIN.
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Sub $27,900.00
Las Cruces, New Mexico CITY OF LAS CRUCES
FY 19 LOCAL JAG PROGRAM
10/1/2018 9/30/2020 Prime $18,505.00
Las Cruces, New Mexico CITY OF LAS CRUCES
WITH THIS FUNDING, LCPD PROPOSES TO IMPLEMENT ADDITIONAL SMART TECHNOLOGIES TO INCREASE EFFICIENCIES IN ADMINISTRATIVE AND INVESTIGATIVE PROCESSES. SPECIFICALLY, LCPD WILL PURCHASE LICENSES FOR NEW AUTO-TRANSCRIPTION SOFTWARE. THE AUTO-TRANSCRIPTION SOFTWARE IS CLOUD-BASED AND COMMUNICATES DIRECTLY WITH LCPDÂ S BODY-WORN CAMERAS TO AUTOMATICALLY TRANSCRIBE AUDIO STATEMENTS, EVIDENCE, AND REPORTS. OFFICERS IN THE FIELD CAN SIMPLY AUDIO-RECORD REPORTS, WHICH ARE THEN AUTO-TRANSCRIBED, AND REVIEWED BY TRANSCRIPTION PERSONNEL. THE SOFTWARE, CURRENTLY BEING PILOTED THROUGH A FREE TRIAL, WILL HELP TO EVENTUALLY ELIMINATE THE LENGTHY PROCESS OF MANUALLY TRANSCRIBING STATEMENTS, EVIDENCE, AND REPORTS; IMPROVE REPORT ACCURACY THROUGH REAL-TIME RECORDING; AND MOST IMPORTANTLY, SIGNIFICANTLY REDUCE THE TIME SPENT BY OFFICERS GENERATING REPORTS. THE TRANSCRIPTION SOFTWARE ALSO HAS THE ABILITY TO TRANSLATE REPORTS FROM ENGLISH TO SPANISH, WHICH HELPS TO ENSURE LIMITED ENGLISH PROFICIENT (LEP) VICTIMS HAVE ACCESS TO TRANSLATED REPORTS FOR COURT PURPOSES. THIS HELPS LCPD TO COMPLY WITH STATE AND LOCAL REQUIREMENTS TO PROVIDE LEP INDIVIDUALS MEANINGFUL ACCESS TO PROGRAMS AND SERVICES. IT IS ANTICIPATED THAT FULL IMPLEMENTATION OF THIS SOFTWARE WILL SAVE LCPD MONEY IN THE LONG TERM, AS THE CURRENT DICTATION SOFTWARE COULD BE PHASED OUT AND DATA STORAGE COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH THE NEW SOFTWARE ARE LOWER. ULTIMATELY, LCPD ANTICIPATES THAT THE EFFICIENCIES ACHIEVED THROUGH THIS PROJECT WILL IMPROVE ADMINISTRATIVE EFFICIENCIES AND EVENTUALLY DECREASE ASSOCIATED COSTS. THESE EFFICIENCIES WILL RESULT IN AN INCREASE IN THE TIME OFFICERS CAN DEDICATE TO COMMUNITY-BASED OUTREACH AS WELL AS IMPROVED ACCESS TO ACCURATE AND REAL-TIME CRIME DATA. WITH BETTER DATA, LCPD WILL HAVE ENHANCED CAPACITY TO UTILIZE PREDICTIVE MODELS TO BETTER TARGET LAW ENFORCEMENT RESOURCES TO REDUCE CONCENTRATED CRIME IN VULNERABLE COMMUNITIES AND ENSURE LAS CRUCENS CITYWIDE ARE SAFE AND ABLE TO THRIVE.
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Sub $15,000.00
Santa Fe, New Mexico CITY OF SANTA FE
FY 19 JAG PROJECT
10/1/2018 9/30/2021 Prime $24,392.00
Santa Fe County, New Mexico COUNTY OF SANTA FE
THE DRUG PROBLEM IN REGION III IS ACCURATELY ADDRESSED IN THE 2019 ANNUAL HIDTA THREAT ASSESSMENT ON PAGE 15, WHICH IS THE SAME DRUG STRATEGY ADOPTED BY THE DEAC BOARD. REGION III CONTINUES TO FOCUS ON THE HEROIN PROBLEM, WHICH IS THE BIGGEST THREAT, FOLLOWED BY COCAINE AND METHAMPHETAMINE. REGION III DEVELOPS CASES THROUGH INTELLIGENCE, CONFIDENTIAL SOURCES AND MANY HOURS OF SURVEILLANCE. THIS LEADS TO UNDERCOVER BUYS BY AGENTS, SEARCH WARRANTS AND BUY-BUST OPERATIONS. REGION III USES JAG FUNDS TO EXECUTE THE ABOVE-LISTED ACTIVITIES IN BOTH NARCOTIC PURCHASES, INFORMANT COMPENSATION AND OVERTIME FOR PARTICIPATING AGENTS.
10/1/2018 9/30/2022 Sub $120,000.00