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Available Funding

Description

As funding opportunities become available from the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA), they will be included below. Subscribe to NewsFromBJA to receive funding announcements.

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FY 2021 Smart Policing Initiative

Closing Date
The Smart Policing Initiative provides funding to enable police agencies to effectively use evidence-based practices, data, and technology.

FY 2021 Internet of Things National Training and Technical Assistance Program

Closing Date
This program will identify up to four TTA providers to identify these types of crimes and provide training on how investigations and prosecution should be handled, as well as on how communities can be made aware of their vulnerability to fall victim to crimes involving the improper use of the Internet of Things (IoT).

FY 2020 State Criminal Alien Assistance Program

Closing Date
Under this program, payments are made to states and units of local government that incur certain types of costs due to incarceration of undocumented criminal aliens during a specific 12-month reporting period.

FY 2021 Collaborative Crisis Response Training Program

Closing Date
This initiative seeks to implement transdisciplinary crisis response training to educate and prepare law enforcement and correctional officers so that they are equipped to appropriately interact with people who have behavioral health conditions or disabilities in the course of completing their job responsibilities.

FY 2021 Visiting Fellows Program

Closing Date
This program brings talent and expertise from the field to BJA to inform policy and practice and create new tools for the field that disseminate knowledge of effective and innovative approaches to priority criminal justice issues.

Additional Opportunity

Small, Rural, and Tribal Body-Worn Camera Program
Deadline: 8/31/2021
This competitive microgrant solicitation will fund body-worn cameras to law enforcement departments with 50 or fewer full-time sworn personnel, rural agencies, and federally-recognized Tribal agencies.