The primary goals of a Crime Gun Intelligence Center are to develop leads to swiftly identify unlawfully used firearms and their sources and to effectively prosecute individuals engaged in violent crime.
With this solicitation, the Bureau of Justice Assistance seeks to support state, local, and tribal jurisdictions’ capacity to work with their Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives partners to utilize intelligence, technology, and community engagement to swiftly identify unlawfully used firearms and their sources, and effectively prosecute perpetrators engaged in violent crime.
- Native American tribal governments (federally recognized)
- State, local, and tribal law enforcement agencies
- Governmental non-law enforcement agencies
Number of Awards: 8
Total Amount Awarded: $5,000,000
BJA FY2023 Local Law Enforcement Crime Gun Intelligence Center Integration Initiative to purchase NIBIN equipment to address the NIBIN submissions on site.
City of St. Petersburg, St. Petersburg Police Department (SPPD) Crime Gun Intelligence Integration Project
Southern Arizona Crime Gun Intelligence Center: Tucson is soliciting this grant in order to secure needed funding, training and support to develop a New CGIC to service all of southern Arizona
The Vanderburgh County Prosecutor's Office is applying for the CGIC grant to partner with federal, state, and local stakeholders to establish a Crime Gun Intelligence Center.
JustGrants deadline extended to February 14, 2023.