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.
Request for Proposals: Justice Assistance Grants (JAG) Recidivism Reduction Grants
The MN JAG Recidivism Reduction grants seek to improve public safety by strengthening collaborative efforts between criminal justice, probation systems and social services to better serve youth and adults as they return to communities from correctional placements. The intent of this funding is to enhance access to services, supports and resources needed for offenders to succeed in the community.
Applicants are expected to have working relationships between correctional facilities, probation systems, and community agencies so that grant funded reentry programming can begin during incarceration and continue with return to the community. Successful applicants will employ the Risk-Needs-Responsivity Model and will use validated risk assessment and case management tools.
Approximately $3 million in federal Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) funds may be available for two year grants ranging from about $100,000 to $300,000.
Manage your DPS grant online. Step-by-step instructions on how to:
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: