Through this opportunity, the Bureau of Justice Assistance is seeking applications for funding under the Student, Teachers, and Officers Preventing (STOP) School Violence Grant Program.
The STOP School Violence Grant Program is designed to improve K-12 school security by providing students and teachers with the tools they need to recognize, respond quickly to, and help prevent acts of violence and ensure a positive school climate. Eligible applicants may submit one application that includes proposals for one or both of the following areas:
- Train school personnel and educate students on preventing student violence against others and themselves to include anti-bullying training. This can also include specialized training for school officials to respond to mental health crises.
- Develop and implement multidisciplinary threat assessment and/or intervention teams and/or operate technology solutions such as anonymous reporting systems for threats of school violence, including mobile telephone applications, hotlines, websites, or other school safety technology solutions for accurate identification of danger (without resort to discriminatory stereotypes or violating privacy). Threat assessment and/or intervention teams must coordinate with law enforcement agencies, behavioral health specialists, community stakeholders, and school personnel, and must include a memorandum of understanding.
Number of Awards: 78
Total Amount Awarded: $73,725,088
Building a Systemic PreK-12 Mental Health Foundation in the Southern Door County School District to Reduce School Violence
EBF Community School District's Student, Teachers, and Officers Preventing (STOP) School Violence grant program.
Enhancing an Evidenced-Based Threat Assessment Model in Maine Through the Development and Delivery of Statewide Training and Tools
Enhancing and Disseminating Mental Health First Aid Training to Improve School Safety in North Carolina
Grants.gov and JustGrants deadlines extended.