Arizona Agencies Awarded Over $9 Million in Federal Grants

Over $9 million in federal grant funds have been awarded to a variety of Arizona-based state, local, and non-profit organizations.  The federal grant awards are intended to combat crime, assist victims of crime, and promote public and officer safety:

•  Rocky Mountain Information Network: Awarded $4,740,957 to offer support to regional law enforcement agencies, critical analytical and investigative support services, and de-confliction to enhance officer safety.  (Grant No. 2015-RS-CX-0003)

Maricopa County: Awarded $1,064,609 to support its probation, prosecution, enforcement, forensic, and prevention programs, with the goal of preventing and controlling crime and increasing officer safety.  (Grant No. 2016-DJ-BX-0801)

•  Arizona Governor’s Office: Awarded $828,727 to support its Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention program.  (Grant No. 2016-JF-FX-0013)

•  Arizona Department of Corrections:  Awarded $742,528 to assist in formulating a comprehensive response to the increasing number of people who are released from prison and jails.  (Grant No. 2016-RV-BX-0001)

•  Against Abuse, Inc.: Awarded $599,494 to improve the response of civil and criminal systems to families of domestic violence.  (Grant No. 2016-FJ-AX-00002)

•  Southwest Center for Law and Policy: Awarded $450,000 to assist and support victims of crime.  (Grant No. 2016-TA-AX-K014)

•  National Advocacy & Training Network: Awarded $349,445 to provide aid to victims of sexual assault, domestic violence, and stalkers.  (Grant No. 2016-WH-AX0013)

•  Arizona Coalition To End Sexual Assault And Domestic Violence: Awarded $239,532 to administer the State and Territorial Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Coalition Program.  (Grant No. 2016-MU-AX-0002)

The grant funds identified above were supplied by a variety of federal awarding agencies, all of which are components of the Department of Justice’s Office of Justice Programs (“OJP”).