The initiative is carried out through partnerships between researchers, educators, and other stakeholders, including law enforcement and mental health professionals. Funding under this program may be used to support and address a wide range of school safety activities, such as school resource officer training, school-based mental health, or improved disciplinary policies.
This initiative supports statewide juvenile justice reform efforts to reduce reoffending, improve outcomes for youth, and reduce racial and ethnic disparities.
This program furthers the department’s mission by decreasing the use of secure confinement for justice system-involved youth through the use of alternatives to incarceration that have been shown to produce better youth outcomes.
This four-year pilot program is intended to implement and evaluate new Assisted Outpatient Treatment programs and identify evidence-based practices.
The program is designed to provide school and district staff, court professionals, juvenile justice, law enforcement, child welfare and other child serving leaders with the knowledge and understanding necessary to address the educational and related needs of children known to, or at risk of entering, the juvenile justice system.
BJA is seeking applications from organizations that have demonstrated experience and expertise in reentry programming, training, and technical assistance.
The goal of this program is to support jurisdictions in developing and implementing comprehensive and collaborative strategies that address the challenges to increasing public safety and reducing recidivism for medium- to high-risk individuals reentering communities from incarceration.
The goal of this grant is to establish a set of standards to help jurisdictions design programs or assess the effectiveness of existing programs or providers that satisfy the requirements set forth in Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act.
The U.S. Department of Justice’s Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention is seeking applications for funding under its FY16 Assessing the Impact of Juvenile Justice Reforms Program.
Funding will support the development and validation of a dynamic assessment tool for juveniles who commit sex offenses designed for use by professionals in measuring treatment needs and progress toward completion.
The primary goal of the Drug-Free Communities (DFC) Mentoring Program is to assist newly forming coalitions in becoming eligible to apply for DFC funding on their own.
The U.S. Department of Justice’s Bureau of Justice Assistance is seeking applications for the Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program, which supports innovative cross-system collaboration for individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders who come into contact with the justice system.
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s Center for Mental Health Services is accepting applications for the FY2016 National Child Traumatic Stress Initiative: Category II, Treatment and Service Adaptation Centers grants.
The Price of Justice: Rethinking the Consequences of Justice Fines and Fees grant program tests strategies to structure legal financial obligations in ways that support, rather than undermine, the rehabilitation and successful reintegration of individuals involved with the criminal justice system into their communities.
The U.S. Department of Justice’s Bureau of Justice Assistance is seeking applications for the Byrne Criminal Justice Innovation Program, which aims to reduce crime and improve community safety as part of a comprehensive strategy to advance neighborhood revitalization.
Funding under this program will provide funds to strengthen or expand existing mentoring activities, including direct one-on-one, group, or peer mentoring, for at-risk and underserved youth populations.
The Office of Justice Programs (OJP) is now accepting applications from individuals interested in joining its Peer Reviewer Program. Peer reviewers are experts around the country who have extensive knowledge about OJP’s grant programs and the activities and funding support.
The State Justice Institute is now accepting applications for five grant categories that improve the quality of state courts and foster innovative, efficient solutions to common issues faced by courts and judges.