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Office of Justice Programs

A Division of the Minnesota Department of Public Safety
 

Grants

The Office of Justice Programs provides state and federal grant funding throughout Minnesota.

The Crime Victim Services unit awards grants to provide direct services and advocacy for victims of sexual assault, general crime, domestic violence and child abuse.

The Justice and Community Grants unit awards grants to prevent and control crime and improve the functioning of the criminal and juvenile justice systems.

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Funding Opportunities 

Request for Proposals: Crime Victim Services in Carlton, Kanabec & Pine Counties

The purpose of this Request for Proposals (RFP) is to solicit applications for funding to provide domestic violence, sexual assault and/or parenting time center services in Carlton, Kanabec and Pine counties.

The grant term will be October 1, 2019 to September 30, 2021.

All applications must be submitted via E-grants, the Office of Justice Programs (OJP) online grants management system. Applications must be submitted by 4:00 p.m. on July 19, 2019.

View RFP


General OJP Grants FAQ​- Updated April 25, 2019 


Federal Funding  

 
 
 

Request for Proposals: JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANTS (JAG) FUNDING

Criminal and Juvenile Justice Intervention Grants

Due Tuesday, May 28, 2019 at 4:00 p.m. 

 
The 2017 Minnesota Justice Assistance Grants strategic planning process identified criminal and juvenile justice intervention for adults and juveniles as a public safety funding priority. Additionally, top concerns include drug and alcohol abuse as well as addressing mental health issues, including co-occurring issues.

An intervention is a combination of program elements or strategies designed to produce behavior changes or increase safety among individuals or an entire population. Interventions may be implemented in different settings including communities, schools, corrections, detention centers, courts, or in the home. Interventions implemented in multiple settings and using multiple strategies may be the most effective because of the potential to reach a larger number of people in a variety of ways.

Priority will be given to projects based on promising strategies and/or projects that are research-based. 
 
Full Request for Proposals: Full Request for Proposals​ 
 
 
 
  

Request for Proposals: Project Safe Neighborhoods 
Due June 17, 2019 at 4:00 p.m. 

Project Safe Neighborhoods (PSN) is a United States Attorney led, nationwide initiative that brings together federal, state, local and tribal law enforcement officials, prosecutors, and community leaders to identify the most pressing violent crime problems in a community and develop comprehensive solutions to address them. 


The foundations of the PSN strategy are:

• Community-Based –Each local program is designed to fit the specific violent crime problem in that community. 

• Targeted – Utilizes law enforcement and community intelligence, research, and technology to identify and target the most violent offenders for enforcement and intervention action.  

• Comprehensive – Directs United States Attorneys to marry enforcement efforts with support of prevention and reentry strategies to truly combat violent crime in a lasting way. 


Full Request for Proposals: Project Safe Neighborhoods RFP​


 

State Funding

  
 

e-grants Guides

Manage your DPS grant online.  Step-by-step instructions on how to:

Reporting fraud

If you know about waste, fraud, abuse, misconduct, or whistleblower reprisal relating to a Minnesota OJP employee, program, contract, or grant, you may report to one of the following:

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