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.

 

Funding Announcement

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Treatment Alternatives and Diversion 2022

 

A total of $7,188,900 is available to support Treatment Alternatives and Diversion (TAD) projects for calendar year 2022, which will be the first year of a new five-year funding cycle.   Funded projects range from pre- and post-charge diversion at the initial prosecutorial decision-making stage to treatment courts, including alternatives to revocation, based on local needs and project design factors.

 

Eligibility: Competitve

9/23/2021

Total: $7,188,900

County Law Enforcement Grant

 

This grant is available to fund law enforcement operations. To be eligible for this formula grant a County must boarder one or more federally recognized Reservation or Off-Reservation Trust Lands, not receive County/Tribal funding with every tribe within their jurisdiction and submit an application. Individual awards are capped at $50,000

 

Eligibility: Formula and Requirements

Pre-Application Due Date: 9/30/21

 

Application Due Date: 11/12/21

 

Total: $190,000

Tribal Law Enforcement Grant

 

This grant is available to fund law enforcement operations. To be eligible for this formula grant an applicant must be a Wisconsin tribe and submit an application.

 

Eligibility: Formula and Requirements

Pre-Application Due Date: 9/30/21

 

Application Due Date: 11/12/21

 

Total: $695,000

County/Tribal Law Enforcement Grant

 

This grant is available to fund law enforcement operations. To be eligible for this formula grant a County and a Tribe with a federally recognized Reservation or Off-Reservation Trust Lands within the County must enter into a joint law enforcement agreement and submit an application. A county or tribe can be party to any number of applications.   

 

Eligibility: Formula and Requirements

Pre-Application Due Date: 9/30/21

 

Application Due Date: 11/12/21

 

Total: $631,200

OJJDP Reducing Risk for Girls in the Juvenile Justice System

 

This funding opportunity will support the Milwaukee County Department Health and Human Services’ Division of Youth and Family Services (DYFS) to contract with the Center for Youth Engagement to deliver gender-specific prevention and early-intervention services, technical assistance, and advocacy described in the approved program narrative submitted to the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP).

 

Eligibility: Non-Competitve

10/1/2021

Total: $382,500

 

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

 

FAQ DUNS and SAM

 

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 

 

Title II Vision Mission Three - Year Plan

 

Title II Vision Mission Three - Year Plan 2018 - 2020