FY2015 Fire Prevention and Safety Grants (FP&S)

Fire Prevention & Safety (FP&S) GrantsGrant Website

Grant Guidelines and Documents

Application Period: Apr. 4-May 6, 2016

Fire Safety Grants

The FY2015 FP&S application period will open on Monday, April 04, 2016 at 8 a.m. EST and will close on Friday, May 06, 2016 at 5 p.m. EST.

$34,000,000 Fire Grants to Enhance the Safety of the Public and Firefighters

The purpose of the FP&S Program is to enhance the safety of the public and firefighters with respect to fire and fire-related hazards by assisting fire prevention programs and supporting firefighter health and safety research and development. In awarding grants, the Administrator of FEMA shall consider the following:

  • The findings and recommendations of the Technical Evaluation Panel (TEP)
  • The degree to which an award will reduce deaths, injuries, and property damage by reducing the risks associated with fire related and other hazards
  • The extent of an applicant’s need for an FP&S Grant and the need to protect the United States as a whole

What this grant does for your agency

The objective of the FY 2015 FP&S Program is to award grants directly to eligible applicants in order to carry out fire prevention and education, fire code enforcement, fire and arson investigation, and firefighter safety, health programming, and prevention efforts.

FP&S Grants are offered to support projects in the two following activities. The NOFO provides potential applicants with application requirements and details for processing and evaluating applications for financial assistance for both of these activity areas.

Fire Prevention and Safety Activity: FP&S Activities are projects designed to reach high-risk target groups and mitigate the incidence of death and injuries caused by fire and fire-related hazards. Accordingly, the 4 project categories eligible for funding under this activity are:

  • General Education/Awareness
  • Code Enforcement/Awareness
  • Fire & Arson Investigation
  • National/State/Regional Programs and Studies

Firefighter Safety Research and Development Activity: R&D Activity Projects are aimed at improving firefighter safety, health, or wellness through research and development that reduces firefighter fatalities and injuries. The 5 project categories eligible for funding under this activity are:

  • Clinical Studies
  • Technology and Product Development
  • Database System Development
  • Dissemination and Implementation Research
  • Preliminary Studies

Agencies awarded the FY2015 Fire Prevention and Safety Grants (FP&S) receive funds to support projects in fire prevention and fire safety, as well as research and development activity.

  • Available Funding for the NOFO: $34,000,000
  • Projected number of Awards: 100
  • Period of Performance: 12-36 months
  • FP&S Activity: The period of performance for projects funded under the FP&S Activity is generally 12 months. Eligible applicants who propose complex projects, such as those under the national/regional/state Programs and Studies project category, may apply for up to a 24-month period of performance from the date of award.
  • R&D Activity: The period of performance for projects proposed under the R&D Activity is 12, 24, or 36 months from the date of award.
  • Projected Period of Performance Start Date(s): July 1, 2016
  • Projected Period of Performance End Date(s): June 30,2017–June 30, 2019

Grant Eligibility

The following entities are eligible to apply directly to FEMA. For full eligibility criteria, see the FP&S Grant Guidelines:

  • Fire Prevention and Safety Activity (FP&S): Fire departments; and national, regional, state, local, tribal, and non-profit organizations that are recognized for their experience and expertise in fire prevention and safety programs and activities. Both private and public non-profit organizations are eligible to apply for funding in this activity. For-profit organizations, federal agencies, and individuals are not eligible to receive a FP&S Grant Award under the FP&S Activity.
  • Firefighter Safety Research and Development Activity (R&D): National, state, local, Native American tribal, and non-profit organizations, such as academic (e.g., universities), public health, occupational health, and injury prevention institutions. Both private and public non-profit organizations are eligible to apply for funding in this activity. Fire departments are not eligible to apply for funding in the R&D Activity. Additionally, for-profit organizations, federal agencies, and individuals are not eligible to receive a grant award under the R&D Activity.

Eligibility Criteria: FP&S Grants are offered to support projects in 2 activities:

  • Fire Prevention and Safety Activity: FP&S Activities are designed to reach high-risk target groups and mitigate the incidence of death and injuries caused by fire and fire-related hazards.
  • Firefighter Safety Research and Development Activity: R&D Projects are aimed at improving firefighter safety, health, or wellness through research and development that reduces firefighter fatalities and injuries.

About the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)

FEMA’s mission is to support US citizens and first responders to ensure that as a nation we work together to build, sustain and improve our capability to prepare for, protect against, respond to, recover from and mitigate all hazards. More

Grant Deadline

Grant applications are due no later than 11:59 p.m. EST, Fri., May 6, 2016.

Apply

Funding Opportunity Number: NOFO Number DHS-15-GPD-044-000-98. Apply for the FY2015 Fire Prevention and Safety Grants (FP&S)

FY2015 AFG Applicants: Start Getting Ready for Award Notifications

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ATTN: Fire and EMS agencies who have FY2015 AFG grant applications submitted!

Big news is afoot for FY2015 Assistance to Firefighters Grant (AFG) applicants! The AFG program is on an accelerated pace right now, says Senior Grants Consultant Kurt Bradley of First Responder Grants.

This is usually one of the first indications of pending awards starting to appear in an applicant’s files. Requests to “Update 1199a” (the direct deposit form) have started to show up in some clients’s files.

“That means that awards will be starting, most likely, in late April,” says Bradley. “While reviewing files of our clients we noticed quite a few of the clients had warnings posted to ‘update your profile.’ This is not to be taken lightly. Be certain that your online profile with the FEMA portal is up-to-date and current right now, as they must be certain that their emails regarding your grant application are in fact being read and reacted to.”

Bradley also recommends that your SAM.gov registration file has been updated and is current, as outdated or incorrect information can be a reason to delay or deny your award.

“Don’t wait for AFG to tell you it needs to be updated,” says Bradley. “Do it yourself so your award is not delayed.”

FY2016 Smart Policing Initiative Grants

Grants for better responses to crime in your jurisdiction

Grant Website
BJA
Grant Guidelines

Deadline: Apr. 12, 2016

$3.4 million law enforcement grants to improve policing

As part of BJA’s Smart Suite, the fiscal year (FY) 2016 Smart Policing Initiative (SPI) grant program seeks to build upon analysis-driven, evidence-based policing by encouraging state, local, and tribal law enforcement agencies to develop effective, economical, and innovative responses to crime within their jurisdictions. Recipients of funding under this grant program will implement evidence-based interventions to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of police agencies’ processes and procedures and establish sustainable partnerships with researchers to evaluate their effectiveness. All awards are subject to the availability of appropriated funds and to any modifications or additional requirements that may be imposed by law.

What this grant does for your agency

The nation’s current policing environment is prompting law enforcement agencies across the country to change the tactics and strategies they use to respond to pressing and chronic public safety issues. Concurrently, many law enforcement agencies are confronting increases in crime and violence within their jurisdictions, and are doing so with limited resources. To successfully confront these challenges, jurisdictions require problem-solving approaches that are data-driven, evidence-based, effective, and efficient. Promising approaches—which are defined as having the potential to reduce crime, increase case closure rates and agency efficiency, and improve relationships with communities served—must be scientifically evaluated and the results shared with the law enforcement community to increase the field’s understanding and use of evidence-based crime reduction methods. The goal of SPI is to identify, support, and test these promising tactics, practices, and strategies as well as explore new, unique solutions to public safety problems and criminogenic circumstances. SPI documents the resulting empirically tested best practices and lessons learned and widely disseminates them to the policing community to encourage the adoption of innovative and effective policing strategies nationwide.

Through SPI, BJA provides resources, training, and technical assistance to enable police agencies to identify and define their most pressing crime problems and institute lasting cultural and organizational changes that foster reliance on and effective use of evidence-based practices, data, and technology to address those problems. Applicants to SPI must enlist a specific individual or team of individuals to serve as the law enforcement agency’s research partner to inform and evaluate their proposed intervention, as well as use the SARA (Scanning, Analysis, Response, and Assessment) model to identify and analyze their selected law enforcement challenge and formulate their response. Since 2009, BJA has awarded SPI grants to 45 law enforcement agencies throughout the United States under national competitive solicitations. These agencies were selected to create a portfolio that is diverse in terms of organizational size, as well as the type of crime problems, criminogenic factors, or agency challenges they proposed to address.

BJA estimates that it will make up to 6 awards of up to $700,000 each for an estimated total of $3.4 million for a 36-month project period, beginning on October 1, 2016. Only a limited number of grants will be awarded.

Grant Eligibility

For full eligibility details, see the Grant Guidelines:

Eligible applicants are limited to state and local law enforcement agencies, federally recognized Indian tribal governments (as determined by the Secretary of the Interior) that perform law enforcement functions, or governmental non-law enforcement agencies acting as a fiscal agent for the applicant.

About the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA)

BJA’s mission is to provide leadership and services in grant administration and criminal justice policy development to support local, state, and tribal justice strategies to achieve safer communities. BJA supports programs and initiatives in the areas of law enforcement, justice information sharing, countering terrorism, managing offenders, combating drug crime and abuse, adjudication, advancing tribal justice, crime prevention, protecting vulnerable populations, and capacity building. More

Grant Deadline

Grant applications are due no later than 11:59 p.m. EST, Tues., Apr. 12, 2016.

Apply

Funding Opportunity Number: BJA-2016-9208. Apply for the FY2016 Smart Policing Initiative Grants

FY2015 AFG Applicants: Start Getting Ready for Award Notifications

Assistance to Firefighters Grants (AFG)ATTN: Fire and EMS agencies who have FY2015 AFG grant applications submitted!

Big news is afoot for FY2015 Assistance to Firefighters Grant (AFG) applicants! The AFG program is on an accelerated pace right now, says Senior Grants Consultant Kurt Bradley of First Responder Grants.

This is usually one of the first indications of pending awards starting to appear in an applicant’s files. Requests to “Update 1199a” (the direct deposit form) have started to show up in some clients’s files.

“That means that awards will be starting, most likely, in late April,” says Bradley. “While reviewing files of our clients we noticed quite a few of the clients had warnings posted to ‘update your profile.’ This is not to be taken lightly. Be certain that your online profile with the FEMA portal is up-to-date and current right now, as they must be certain that their emails regarding your grant application are in fact being read and reacted to.”

Bradley also recommends that your SAM.gov registration file has been updated and is current, as outdated or incorrect information can be a reason to delay or deny your award.

“Don’t wait for AFG to tell you it needs to be updated,” says Bradley. “Do it yourself so your award is not delayed.”

Complete and Send Now: SAFER Application Period Closes Mar. 25, 5 p.m. ET

Staffing for Adequate Fire and Emergency Response (SAFER) GrantsComplete & Submit Your Application Now: The FY2015 Staffing for Adequate Fire and Emergency Response (SAFER) Application Period Closes on Friday, March 25, 5 p.m. ET

There is still plenty of time to complete and submit your FY 2015 SAFER application. The application period will close on Friday, March 25. Applications must be received no later than 5:00 p.m. Eastern Time. Make every effort to submit your application early as no exceptions will be made for submissions after 5:00 p.m. Eastern Time.

Complete your application today at portal.fema.gov/famsVuWeb/home

Application Review Checklist

Applications cannot be edited once submitted

  • Proofread your application: Mistakes or errors on your SAFER application can disqualify your organization for grant award consideration.
  • If you included any “filler” or placeholder text while filling out your application, update the application fields with your final and complete answers
  • Do the sequences of your sentences and paragraphs present clear thoughts and ideas?
  • Does your narrative explain your organizations needs in a way that someone would easily understand?
  • Check the quantities and costs for all budgeted line items that you are requesting and confirm that there are no discrepancies between the Request Details Information section of the application and the Narrative. Ensure that you have included costs for all items and/or activities that are needed to implement your grant, if awarded.
  • Have all application fields, or questions, been answered?
  • Make sure that you have described your organizations needs in your voice, do not use boilerplate language or copy from vendors, manufacturers, etc.
  • Ask a colleague who is not involved with the actual writing of the grant to proofread your application.

Make sure that all facts and figures are accurate throughout the entire application.

Web Browser Reminders

For best results, use Internet Explorer when completing your online SAFER application. Alternate browsers, such as Chrome, Firefox and Safari, may have limited functionality in the application.

Avoid opening multiple web browsers or multiple windows when completing and submitting your SAFER application; this has caused technical problems for some users.

There are several known problems entering application information using non-IE browsers or having multiple browsers open, including but not limited to:

  • system failure to recognize correct information
  • system failure to capture and retain correct information
  • system functions like “cut and paste” being disabled
  • system resources like help screens or drop down menus being unavailable

Complete and Send Now: SAFER Application Period Closes Mar. 25, 5 p.m. ET

Staffing for Adequate Fire and Emergency Response (SAFER) GrantsComplete & Submit Your Application Now: The FY2015 Staffing for Adequate Fire and Emergency Response (SAFER) Application Period Closes on Friday, March 25, 5 p.m. ET

Mar. 21, 2016 – There is still plenty of time to complete and submit your FY 2015 SAFER application. The application period will close on Friday, March 25. Applications must be received no later than 5:00 p.m. Eastern Time. Make every effort to submit your application early as no exceptions will be made for submissions after 5:00 p.m. Eastern Time.

Complete your application today at portal.fema.gov/famsVuWeb/home

Application Review Checklist

* Applications cannot be edited once submitted *

  • Proofread your application: Mistakes or errors on your SAFER application can disqualify your organization for grant award consideration.
  • If you included any “filler” or placeholder text while filling out your application, update the application fields with your final and complete answers
  • Do the sequences of your sentences and paragraphs present clear thoughts and ideas?
  • Does your narrative explain your organizations needs in a way that someone would easily understand?
  • Check the quantities and costs for all budgeted line items that you are requesting and confirm that there are no discrepancies between the Request Details Information section of the application and the Narrative. Ensure that you have included costs for all items and/or activities that are needed to implement your grant, if awarded.
  • Have all application fields, or questions, been answered?
  • Make sure that you have described your organizations needs in your voice, do not use boilerplate language or copy from vendors, manufacturers, etc.
  • Ask a colleague who is not involved with the actual writing of the grant to proofread your application.

Make sure that all facts and figures are accurate throughout the entire application.

Web Browser Reminders

For best results, use Internet Explorer when completing your online SAFER application. Alternate browsers, such as Chrome, Firefox and Safari, may have limited functionality in the application.

Avoid opening multiple web browsers or multiple windows when completing and submitting your SAFER application; this has caused technical problems for some users.

There are several known problems entering application information using non-IE browsers or having multiple browsers open, including but not limited to:

  • system failure to recognize correct information
  • system failure to capture and retain correct information
  • system functions like “cut and paste” being disabled
  • system resources like help screens or drop down menus being unavailable

FY2016 FEMA PDM and FMA Grant Application Periods Now Open

FEMA - Federal Emergency Management AgencyThe FY 2016 Pre-Disaster Mitigation (PDM) and Flood Mitigation Assistance (FMA) grant application period opens today and will close on June 15, 2016 at 3:00 P.M. EST.

Local and Tribal governments, or Subapplicants, must submit planning and project sub-applications to their State/Territory Applicant agency. Contact your State Hazard Mitigation Officer: http://www.fema.gov/state-hazard-mitigation-officers to find out their internal deadline for sub-applications.

States, Federally-recognized Tribes and Territories, or Applicants, must submit their PDM and FMA grant applications, with sub-applications ranked in priority order, to FEMA by 3 P.M. EST on June 15, 2016.

Please read the Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) for each program posted on Grants.gov as they contain the key program priorities and application requirements:

In addition, the Hazard Mitigation Assistance (HMA) Unified Guidance posted in the FEMA Library provides detailed information regarding eligibility requirements.

How to Apply

Applicants must submit PDM and FMA grant applications via the Mitigation eGrants system (MT eGrants) on the FEMA Grants Portal on the Internet: https:/portal.fema.gov.

If not yet registered for the FEMA Grants Portal, Subapplicants should contact their state hazard mitigation officer for the access ID to request access to the MT eGrants system; Applicants should contact their FEMA Regional office for their access ID.

See the Mitigation eGrants System web page for more information and contact the MT eGrants Helpdesk for assistance.

FY2016 FEMA PDM and FMA Grant Application Periods Now Open

FEMA - Federal Emergency Management AgencyThe FY 2016 Pre-Disaster Mitigation (PDM) and Flood Mitigation Assistance (FMA) grant application period opens today and will close on June 15, 2016 at 3:00 P.M. EST.

Local and Tribal governments, or Subapplicants, must submit planning and project sub-applications to their State/Territory Applicant agency. Contact your State Hazard Mitigation Officer: http://www.fema.gov/state-hazard-mitigation-officers to find out their internal deadline for sub-applications.

States, Federally-recognized Tribes and Territories, or Applicants, must submit their PDM and FMA grant applications, with sub-applications ranked in priority order, to FEMA by 3 P.M. EST on June 15, 2016.

Please read the Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) for each program posted on Grants.gov as they contain the key program priorities and application requirements:

In addition, the Hazard Mitigation Assistance (HMA) Unified Guidance posted in the FEMA Library provides detailed information regarding eligibility requirements.

How to Apply

Applicants must submit PDM and FMA grant applications via the Mitigation eGrants system (MT eGrants) on the FEMA Grants Portal on the Internet: https:/portal.fema.gov.

If not yet registered for the FEMA Grants Portal, Subapplicants should contact their state hazard mitigation officer for the access ID to request access to the MT eGrants system; Applicants should contact their FEMA Regional office for their access ID.

See the Mitigation eGrants System web page for more information and contact the MT eGrants Helpdesk for assistance.

AFG Grantees: Are your procurement rules in compliance?

Fire Grant News – FEMA

Mar. 8, 2016 – If your fire service organization has won an AFG grant, be ready for a possible procurement integrity check from FEMA. FEMA recently sent this note to AFG grantees…

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BJA Small Agency Body-Worn Camera Policy and Implementation Program Grant (25 or fewer officers)

Grants for Body Cameras for LEOs with 25 or Fewer Officers

BJA

$1,600,000 available for body-worn camera programs and policies

The FY2016 Small Agency Body Worn Camera (BWC) Policy Implementation Program will support the implementation (including the purchase, deployment, maintenance, data storage, and policy development) of a body-worn camera program, and the necessary policies for law enforcement agencies. The program will play a critical role in the creation, implementation, and evaluation of problem solving approaches that incorporate BWCs into officer practice in selected jurisdictions.

What this grant does for your agency

Law enforcement agencies across the country and worldwide are using body-worn cameras (BWCs) as a promising tool to improve law enforcement interactions with the public. BWCs can provide a visual and audio record of interactions. Some preliminary evidence indicates that the presence of BWCs helps strengthen accountability and transparency, and can assist in deescalating conflicts, resulting in more constructive encounters between the police and members of the community. This competitive solicitation is for small law enforcement agencies, with 25 or fewer sworn officers, seeking to establish or enhance BWC Policy and Implementation Programs (PIP). Successful applicants will be responsible for a mandatory 50 percent in-kind or cash match.

The FY 2016 Small Agency BWC Policy and Implementation (PIP) Pilot Program is specifically designed to support the implementation of body-worn camera programs in small law enforcement agencies across the country. The intent of the program is to help agencies with 25 or fewer sworn officers develop, implement, and evaluate a BWC program as one tool in a law enforcement agency’s comprehensive problem-solving approach to enhance officer interactions with the public and build community trust.

Successful applicants will develop and implement policies and practices required for effective program adoption, and will address program factors including the purchase, deployment, and maintenance of camera systems and equipment, data storage and access, and privacy considerations. BJA expects the BWC programs to have a positive impact on the quality of policing in these jurisdictions and to inform national efforts to improve the use of BWCs more broadly. While BWC equipment may be purchased under this program, successful applicants must demonstrate a commitment and adherence to a strong BWC policy framework, including comprehensive policy adoption and requisite training.

Agencies awarded the BJA Small Agency Body-Worn Camera Policy and Implementation Program Grant receive funds to purchase BWCs and implement the programs and policies needed for their usage.

Estimated Total Program Funding: $1,600,000. Award Ceiling: $40,000. Only a limited number of grants will be awarded. The current expected number of awards is 43.

Grant Eligibility

Eligible applicants for this announcement are limited to agencies with 25 or fewer sworn law enforcement officers.

For full eligibility details, see the Grant Guidelines:

  • City or township governments
  • County governments
  • State governments
  • Native American tribal organizations (other than Federally recognized tribal governments)
  • Eligible applicants are limited to public agencies of state government, units of local government, and federally recognized Indian tribal governments that perform law enforcement functions (as determined by the Secretary of the Interior); or any department, agency, or instrumentality of the foregoing that performs criminal justice functions (including combinations of the preceding, one of which is designated as the primary applicant).To ensure this program can assist as many law enforcement agencies as possible, applicants that were awarded funds under the 2015 Body-Worn Camera Pilot Implementation Program or the 2015 Smart Policing Body Worn Camera Initiative solicitation are not eligible to submit applications for this solicitation.

About the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA)

BJA’s mission is to provide leadership and services in grant administration and criminal justice policy development to support local, state, and tribal justice strategies to achieve safer communities. BJA supports programs and initiatives in the areas of law enforcement, justice information sharing, countering terrorism, managing offenders, combating drug crime and abuse, adjudication, advancing tribal justice, crime prevention, protecting vulnerable populations, and capacity building. More

Grant Deadline

Grant applications are due no later than 11:59 p.m. EST, Wed., Apr. 27, 2016.

Apply

Funding Opportunity Number: BJA-2016-9276. CFDA Number(s): 16.835 — Body Worn Camera Policy and Implementation. Apply for the BJA Small Agency Body-Worn Camera Policy and Implementation Program Grant

BJA Body-Worn Camera Policy and Implementation Program (more than 25 officers)

BJAGrants for Body Cameras for LEOs with more than 25 Officers

$15,000,000 available for body-worn camera programs and policies

The FY2015 Body Worn Camera (BWC) Policy and Implementation Program will support the implementation, including the purchase, deployment, maintenance, data storage, and policy development of a body-worn camera program, and the necessary policies for law enforcement agencies. The program will play a critical role in the creation, implementation, and evaluation of problem solving approaches that incorporate body-worn cameras (BWCs) into officer practice in selected jurisdictions.

What this grant does for your agency

Law enforcement agencies across the country and worldwide are using body-worn cameras (BWC) as a promising tool to improve law enforcement interactions with the public. BWCs can provide a visual and audio record of interactions. Some preliminary evidence indicates that the presence of BWCs helps strengthen accountability and transparency, and can assist in deescalating conflicts, resulting in more constructive encounters between the police and members of the community. This competitive solicitation is for law enforcement agencies with more than 25 sworn law enforcement officers seeking to establish or enhance BWC Policy and Implementation Programs (PIP). Successful applicants will be responsible for a mandatory 50 percent in-kind or cash match.

The FY 2016 BWC PIP will support the implementation of body-worn camera programs in law
enforcement agencies across the country. The intent of the program is to help agencies develop, implement, and evaluate a BWC program as one tool in a law enforcement agency’s
comprehensive problem-solving approach to enhance officer interactions with the public and build community trust.

Successful applicants will develop and implement policies and practices required for effective program adoption, and will address program factors including the purchase, deployment, maintenance of camera systems and equipment; data storage and access; and privacy considerations. BJA expects the BWC programs to make a positive impact on the quality of policing in these jurisdictions and to inform national efforts to improve the use of BWCs more broadly. While BWC equipment may be purchased under this program, successful applicants must demonstrate a commitment and adherence to a strong BWC policy framework, including comprehensive policy adoption and requisite training.

Agencies awarded the BJA Body-Worn Camera Policy and Implementation Program receive funds to purchase body-worn cameras and implement programs and policies relevant to department usage of the body cameras.

Estimated Total Program Funding: $15,000,000. Award Ceiling: $1,000,000. Only a limited number of grants will be awarded. The current expected number of awards is 25.

Grant Eligibility

Eligible applicants for this announcement are limited to agencies with more than 25 sworn law enforcement officers who are applying for 25 or more cameras.

For full eligibility details, see the Grant Guidelines:

  • State governments
  • County governments
  • Native American tribal governments (Federally recognized)
  • City or township governments
  • Eligible applicants are limited to public agencies of state government, units of local government, and federally recognized Indian tribal governments that perform law enforcement functions (as determined by the Secretary of the Interior); or any department, agency, or instrumentality of the foregoing that performs criminal justice functions (including combinations of the preceding, one of which is designated as the primary applicant).

About the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA)

BJA’s mission is to provide leadership and services in grant administration and criminal justice policy development to support local, state, and tribal justice strategies to achieve safer communities. BJA supports programs and initiatives in the areas of law enforcement, justice information sharing, countering terrorism, managing offenders, combating drug crime and abuse, adjudication, advancing tribal justice, crime prevention, protecting vulnerable populations, and capacity building. More

Grant Deadline

Grant applications are due no later than 11:59 p.m. EST, Wed., Apr. 27, 2016.

Apply

Funding Opportunity Number: BJA-2016-9199. CFDA Number: 16.835 — Body Worn Camera Policy and Implementation. Apply for the BJA Body-Worn Camera Policy and Implementation Program