Grants

As the State Administering Agency for federal justice grant funds, the Wisconsin Department of Justice develops statewide strategies, determines funding priorities, and advises the Governor and legislature on justice policy issues.

 

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VOCA 2019 - 2020 Competitive Grant 

The Wisconsin Department of Justice Office of Crime Victim Services will award grants to non-profits and public agencies that provide direct services to victims of crime.

5/17/2019

Total: $38,000,000

Residential Substance Abuse Treatment DOC 2018

 

This fund announcement will provide funding to the State of Wisconsin Department of Corrections to provide Residential Substance Abuse Treatment (RSAT) to offenders in compliance with the Federal RSAT Program provided through the U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance.

 

Eligibility:  Non - Competitive 

5/23/2019

Total: $379,248

Law Enforcement Specialized Training SFY 2019

 

The Wisconsin Department of Justice, Training and Standards Bureau will award grants to agencies to provide specialized training to law enforcement, jail or secure juvenile detention officers.

 

Eligibility:  Competitive 

5/31/2019

Total: $250,000

Law Enforcement Specialized Training SFY 2020

 

The Wisconsin Department of Justice, Training and Standards Bureau will award grants to agencies to provide specialized training to law enforcement, jail or secure juvenile detention officers.

 

Eligibility:  Competitive 

5/31/2020

Total: $250,000

OJJDP PREA Reallocation Funds 2018

 

The Wisconsin Department of Justice (DOJ) is seeking an application from the Wisconsin Department of Corrections (DOC) for reallocation funds to support compliance with the U.S. Department of Justice (US DOJ) “National Standards to Prevent, Detect, and Respond to Prison Rape.”

 

Eligibility:  Non - Competitive 

6/10/2019

Total: $7,231

Innovative Prosecution Solutions-Smart Prosecution Initiative (2018)

 

The Wisconsin Department of Justice, in partnership with the Milwaukee County District Attorney’s Office will embed a community prosecutor (CP) in the Milwaukee Police Department’s Overdose (OD) Taskforce.  The OD Taskforce includes federal, state and local law enforcement.  This prosecution strategy will add a prosecutor to the OD Taskforce enhancing the prosecutor’s role in the fatal overdose investigations to prosecute individuals responsible for opioid related deaths. The CP will assist in the development of a criminal justice focused overdose fatality review process to identify agency, system and policy prevention, intervention and suppression opportunities.  Medical College will develop the criminal justice overdose fatality review, continually collecting data to monitor and evaluate the success of the innovation prosecution solution.

 

Eligibility:  Non - Competitive 

6/21/2019

Total: $324,000

Project Safe Neighborhoods Eastern District 2018

 

DOJ is seeking applications to support specific projects that involve projects to support collaborative community-wide efforts linking gun violence & gang prevention and intervention efforts (in schools and the community) with law enforcement suppression efforts. Projects will receive funding under the 2018 Project Safe Neighborhoods (PSN) program.

 

Eligibility:  Competitive 

6/28/2019

Total: $317,422

Juvenile Justice Title II Formula Funds - Technical Assistance (2017)

 

The Wisconsin Department of Justice (DOJ), through the Governor’s Juvenile Justice Commission (GJJC) is offering Technical Assistance (TA) grants to any tribe, unit of local government, or nonprofit.  Technical Assistance Requests are defined as smaller grants that encompass tasks consistent with the four core requirements of the JJDPA and the GJJC’s three-year plan priorities that will cost $25,000 or less.

 

Eligibility:  Competitive 

3/31/2020

Total: $150,000

 

Grants Administrative Guide

DOJ has prepared this guide in an attempt to provide recipients with basic information which will facilitate the efficient administration of a grant program. Circulars published by the Office of Management & Budget, the OJP Financial Guide, DOJ policy memoranda, and other Federal and state regulations were used in preparing this guide.

 

Grant Administrative Guide 2018

 

Reporting Fraud, Waste and Abuse

Grant recipients should report any allegations of fraud, waste, and abuse of grant funds to the appropriate DOJ grant-making component. In addition to or instead of reporting allegations to the grant-making component, you may report them to the USDOJ Office of the Inspector General online at DOJ OIG Hotline Concerning Grants, by fax at (202) 305-8447, or by mail:

U.S. Department of Justice Office of the Inspector General Fraud Detection Office Attn: Grantee Reporting 1300 North 17th Street, Suite 3200 Arlington, VA 22209

 

Discrimination Policy for External Parties

 

Discrimination Policy & Complaint Process