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The Governor’s Office of Planning and Budget awards a $50M grant to support Georgia victim service providers
Notice of Proposed Rule Making - Criminal Justice Coordinating Council
Gov. Kemp: Georgia Power Foundation Invests $80,000 in Family Justice Center Initiative
Gov. Kemp Announces Over $5.6 Million in Grants for Law Enforcement Training Program
ATLANTA (January 13, 2022) — The Georgia Criminal Justice Coordinating Council is pleased to announce the approval of $499K in funding to 44 agencies statewide for the Comprehensive Opioid, Stimulant, and Substance Abuse Program Grant.
On Monday, November 15th at 2:00 pm CJCC will host a virtual Information Session for the Law Enforcement Training Grant that is currently open for applications.
Pilot Jurisdictions Selected for New Sexual Assault Kit Tracking System
PURSUANT TO SEC. 502 (3) OF THE FEDERAL OMNIBUS CRIME AND SAFE STREETS ACT OF 1968, THE STATE OF GEORGIA IS HEREBY MAKING KNOWN TO THE PUBLIC THAT THE STATE APPLICATION FOR FUNDING THROUGH THE BYRNE JAG FORMULA GRANT PROGRAM, AUTHORIZED BY THE ACT, IS OPEN FOR REVIEW AND COMMENT.
ATLANTA – The Safe Harbor Commission is pleased to announce the approval of $300,000 Safe Harbor for Sexually Exploited Children Grant Program funding for five new projects.
Atlanta, GA – Today, Governor Brian P. Kemp and Criminal Justice Coordinating Council Executive Director Jay Neal announce the award of 63 grants in the amount of $6,756,389 for the Law Enforcement Training Grant Program.