Criminal Justice Planning

Criminal Justice Planning Program Responsibilities

The Criminal Justice Planning program operates through an inter-local cooperation agreement with the Criminal Justice Division of the Office of the Governor to:
  • Establish funding recommendations with consideration of local and state strategies through the Criminal Justice Advisory Committee
  • Oversee grant processes and management
  • Provide technical assistance

Events



 Event  Date  Registration
Sexualization of Strangulation
Ongoing Click Link
Use Code: AACOGSS2021
 Sustainability Training  December 1 & 15  Click Link to Register
 Grant Workshop  Available December 16, 17, and January 3rd Click Link to Register


Priority Ranking Announcement


After the CJAC prioritizes the grant applications and the COG’s governing body approves the priority listing, the COG submits the written priority listing to PSO/CJD. Based upon the COG’s priority listing, PSO/CJD will verify the eligibility, reasonableness and cost-effectiveness strategy of the proposed project, and the availability of funding, and will render final funding decisions on these grant applications. The COG will notify grantees of any changes in the funding recommendations.

All Grant Officials have been emailed with this announcement. If you have questions about the process or have technical difficulties, please contact the Criminal Justice Planner, Ruth deButts. 

 Program  Priority Ranking
Criminal Justice Grant Program, FY2022 (JAG) AACOG BOD Approved Priority Ranking - JAG
Juvenile Justice Truancy Prevention Grant Program, FY2022 (JJDP-SF) AACOG BOD Approved Priority Ranking - JJDP SF
Juvenile Justice Truancy Prevention Grant Program, FY2022 (JJDP-TP) AACOG BOD Approved Priority Ranking - JJDP TP
Violence Against Women Justice and Training Program, FY2022 (VAWA) AACOG BOD Approved Priority Ranking - VAWA
General Victim Assistance Grant Program, FY2022 (VOCA) AACOG BOD Approved Priority Ranking - VOCA






2020 Mandatory Grant Presentation