The funding will coordinate public safety and community response by providing victim services and holding offenders accountable to address the four VAWA crimes -- sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence and stalking.
The BJA is awarding up to $25,000 in grants to local governments to support federal criminal justice programs and initiatives.
Tribal governments can access SAMHSA funds to build prevention, treatment and community-based recovery support services for opioid use disorder.
FEMA's High Hazard Potential Dam grants provide assistance to non-federal dams in danger of failing and threatening human life and water infrastructure.
The competitive grant aims to improve police response to mental health emergencies by providing training to law enforcement and collaboration with organizations and agencies.
COAP grants look to facilitate relationships between local authorities to establish and enhance opioid-intervention programs, as well as to connect at-risk communities with resources.
Police grants columnist Therese Matthews advises on applications for the BJA's 2019 body-worn camera grants.
Hundreds of agencies across the country will be applying for these grants – many more than the COPS Office is able to fund.
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