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Applicants for competitive discretionary grants must apply through Grants.gov. Grants.gov requires applicants to complete a three step registration process which can take up to 5 days to complete. Additional information regarding the registration process can be found at www.grants.gov.

Existing or continuing discretionary grantees will continue to use the Office of Justice Program's Grants Management System (GMS) to apply, as will applicants for formula grants.

Review the specific announcement for the designated application process.


FY 2019 Title II Formula Grants Program
All registrations for the OJP Grants Management System (GMS) are due by 8 p.m. eastern time (ET) on September 24, 2018. Year 2 eligibility submissions are due by 8 p.m. ET on October 1, 2018. State plans, application requirements, and compliance submissions are due by 8 p.m. ET on February 28, 2019.
Due Date: 10/1/2018
This announcement provides guidance for the FY 2019 update to the FY 2018 3-Year State Plan. It is not necessary to resubmit the FY 2018 approved 3-Year State Plan if there are no proposed changes being made.
 
Gang Suppression Planning Grants Program
All applications are due by 11:59 p.m. eastern time (ET) on October 04, 2018.
Due Date: 10/4/2018
OJJDP is seeking proposals from applicant jurisdictions that have high levels of youth- perpetrated gun crime and gang violence and that can demonstrate a willingness and readiness to develop fully comprehensive, community- and data-driven responses. Funding will support selected jurisdictions to undertake strategic planning and capacity-building work through multidisciplinary and community partnerships.
 
Gang Suppression: A Law Enforcement and Prosecutorial Approach To Address Gang Recruitment of Unaccompanied Alien Children
All applications are due by 11:59 p.m. eastern time (ET) on October 04, 2018.
Due Date: 10/4/2018
The Gang Suppression: A Law Enforcement and Prosecutorial Approach To Address Gang Recruitment of Unaccompanied Alien Children program is designed to reduce violent crime, gangs (specifically transnational gangs), and victimization and promote public safety in communities through implementation support for eligible communities that demonstrates their readiness to put a comprehensive strategic plan into action, based on a multilateral data-driven strategy. OJJDP is seeking proposals from applicant jurisdictions that have high levels of youth- perpetrated gun crime and gang violence and that can demonstrate a willingness and readiness to develop fully comprehensive community- and data-driven responses. Funding will support selected jurisdictions to undertake strategic planning and capacity-building work through multidisciplinary and community partnerships. Because no one policy or program can completely or effectively respond to youth violence and victimization, OJJDP encourages communities to view the research-based principles set forth in Shared Framework for Reducing Youth Violence and Promoting Well Being as a guide to stop violence and victimization.
 

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