The Department of Justice’s Office of Justice Programs (OJP) announced grant awards totaling over $37 million to support evidence-based law enforcement strategies designed to build trust with communities and improve public safety.
“These investments will equip our police professionals with the latest knowledge, tools and information to do their jobs safely, fairly and effectively in the service of greater public safety and stronger bonds with the people they serve,” said Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General Amy L. Solomon for OJP.
The fiscal year 2021 Bureau of Justice Assistance awards are as follows:
- Body-Worn Camera Policy and Implementation Program to Support Law Enforcement Agencies: more than $27.4 million.
- Smart Policing Initiative: $6.4 million.
View the press release to learn more.