Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS)
Today marks a milestone in relations between the federal government and Indian nations. Fifty years ago today, President Richard M. Nixon delivered a special message to Congress announcing a new era of self-determination for American Indian tribes.
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The 2019 Office of Justice Programs (OJP) Grant Appli
Our nation is facing a challenging time. The ways in which many of us live our lives have been disrupted by a global pandemic. As our President has said, “defeating this unseen enemy requires the help and commitment of every single American,” and “[we] continue to marshal every resource at America’s disposal in the fight…”
How does the new OMB Uniform Guidance affect OJP awards?
The Office of Management and Budget's Uniform Guidance combines previous guidance and circulars on Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles and Audit Requirements for Federal awards into one streamlined government wide framework for grants management.
Search OJP Funding Opportunities & Awards
The Explore section of the Funding Resource Center will help you find solicitations to apply to and requirements you should review before applying. For a helpful search filter for all of OJP's funding opportunities, use the DOJ Program Plan. Once you find an opportunity that may fit your organization, refer to the list of Open OJP Solicitations for the full text of the funding opportunity.
Providing public safety services on a reservation of more than 12,000 acres across two states is a daunting but necessary task for the six full-time and two part- time law enforcement officers of the Iowa Tribe of Kansas and Nebraska.
The Federal Commission on School Safety's final report includes grant funding, information and research through the Office of Justice Programs as important ways to help states and local communities implement initiatives that protect their students, teachers and staff members.
The Office of the Chief Financial Officer (OCFO) Customer Service Center provides assistance on the financial aspects of OJP awards. Customer Service representatives are available Monday through Friday, from 8:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. eastern time. You may contact us by email or phone.
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The Grant Payment Request System (GPRS) provides OJP, Office on Violence Against Women (OVW), and Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) grantees the ability to draw down requests utilizing a secure OJP Web site. GPRS has many new features that enhances the grantee's ability to manage awards. Grantees can:
For information on OAAM annual accomplishments and oversight of monitoring within the Office of Justice Programs and the Office of Community Oriented Policing Services, please see the following publications.
OJP, along with DOJ partners, are committed to supporting and protecting America's law enforcement. Featured resources include officer safety & wellness, DOJ resources, VALOR, tribal law enforcement, and helping law enforcement combat opioids.
Given COVID-19 circumstances, OJP has decided to continue with the DOJ Grants Financial Management Online Training instead of in-person training at 810 7th Street, until further notice.
During this time, we encourage you to access the DOJ Grants Financial Management Online Training at https://onlinegfmt.training.ojp.gov.
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Thank you for visiting the U.S. Department of Justice Center for Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships (CFBNP). Our goal is to strengthen and expand partnerships with faith and community-based organizations throughout the country. Our office serves as a bridge between the Department of Justice and local and national non-profit organizations.