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Grant Management Associates can help you with the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) new funding opportunities!

May 3, 2018

The Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) has posted new funding opportunities!  Please note that federally-recognized tribes or tribal organizations are eligible for the following currently available BJA grant solicitations:  


  • Body-Worn Camera Policy and Implementation Program:  Law enforcement agencies across the United States and throughout the world are using body-worn cameras (BWCs) as a promising tool to improve evidentiary outcomes, and enhance the safety of, and improve interactions between, both officers and the public. The FY 2018 BWC Policy and Implementation Program (PIP) directly supports a key priorities of the Department of Justice by promoting the safety of law enforcement officers and citizens. BWCs can provide critical visual and audio records of interactions. A growing body of research findings indicate that the presence of BWCs can reduce the use of force by assisting in the de-escalation of conflicts. Research also suggests that BWCs can have a moderating effect on citizens and can help strengthen accountability and transparency in citizen-police interactions.  Applications are due May 31, 2018.  For more information, visit


  • Adult Drug Court Discretionary Grant Program: BJA is accepting applications for FY 2018 grants to either establish new drug courts or enhance existing drug court programs using evidence-based principles and practices. BJA also supports courts that integrate the National Association of Drug Court Professionals (NADCP) adult drug court standards into existing drug court services.  Applications are due June 5, 2018.  For more information, visit


  • Economic, High-Technology, White Collar, and Internet Crime Prevention National Training and Technical Assistance: Program The BJA Economic, High-Technology, White Collar, and Internet Crime Prevention National Training and Technical Assistance (TTA) Program supports law enforcement officers, public safety officers, and prosecutors by providing TTA to state, local, territorial, and tribal law enforcement officials; intelligence analysts; prosecutors; judges; fusion center staff; and other criminal justice entities who prevent, investigate, and respond to economic, high-tech, white collar, and internet crimes. These crimes are committed using networked computers, handheld devices, and internet technology; examples include various kinds of theft (financial, identity, etc.), selling illegal goods using the internet, cyber stalking, hijacking accounts on social networking websites, infrastructure intrusions, and hacking (i.e., reconfiguring or reprogramming a system to function in ways not approved by the owner, administrator, or designer).  Applications are due June 14, 2018.  For more information, visit


  • The Intellectual Property Enforcement Program: Protecting Public Health, Safety, and the Economy from Counterfeit Goods and Product Piracy: The Intellectual Property Enforcement Program (IPEP) is designed to provide national support and improve the capacity of state, local, and tribal criminal justice systems to address intellectual property (IP) enforcement, including prosecution, prevention, training, and technical assistance. Awards will be made to support law enforcement agencies in coordinating the objectives and activities of their IP enforcement task forces in close collaboration with the relevant state, local, tribal, and federal agencies, to include local U.S. Attorney’s Offices (USAOs). Applications are due June 14, 2018.  For more information, visit


  • Improving Reentry for Adults with Co-occurring Substance Abuse and Mental Illness:  The Improving Reentry for Adults with Co-occurring Substance Abuse and Mental Illness Program is designed to improve access to and delivery of services to offenders with co-occurring substance abuse and mental illness when they leave incarceration to reenter the community. BJA recognizes that a significant number of these adult offenders are in need of treatment in order to successfully complete their supervision, which in turn will reduce recidivism and promote public safety. Coordination among corrections, substance abuse and mental health treatment providers, correctional health, and parole or probation enables the development of collaborative comprehensive case plans that address criminogenic risk, substance abuse, and mental health needs. Applications are due June 18, 2018. For more information, visit


  • Adult Reentry and Employment Strategic Planning Program: Second Chance Act programs are designed to help communities develop and implement comprehensive and collaborative strategies that address the challenges posed by incarcerated adults re-entering their communities and the workforce, as well as recidivism reduction. Several years ago, BJA initiated a pilot project, the “Integrated Reentry and Employment Strategies” project to test an innovative approach to reduce recidivism and increase job readiness for offenders returning from incarceration, while integrating best practices in reentry and employment. Building upon the pilot project, the FY 2018 Adult Reentry and Employment Strategic Planning Program will provide funding for strategic planning grants to replicate the framework developed in the pilot project. Applications are due June 18, 2018.  For more information, visit

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