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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.
ATLANTA, GA - The Criminal Justice Coordinating Council (CJCC), on behalf of the Safe Harbor Commission, released a solicitation today for applications for the Safe Harbor for Sexually Exploited Children Grant Program.
The Criminal Justice Coordinating Council (CJCC) is pleased to announce, that it is seeking applications for competitive funding for qualified counties in the State of Georgia.
The Georgia Juvenile Justice State Advisory Group's (SAG) Youth Subcommittee is looking for passionate youth who are eager to make a change in juvenile justice.
ATLANTA, GA - Older adults in Franklin and Hart Counties will be better protected against abuse thanks to a $400,000 federal grant awarded to the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council (CJCC). The three-year grant, one of only ten awarded nationwide, is funded by the US Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women, and aims to support a comprehensive approach to addressing elder abuse. The grant partners, Harmony House Child Advocacy Center/Sexual Assault Center, Franklin and Hart Counties Sheriff’s Departments, Northern Judicial Circuit Office of the District Attorney, and Legacy Link Area Agency on Aging, will work cohesively in identifying and prosecuting elder abuse in Franklin and Hart Counties.
ATLANTA – The Criminal Justice Coordinating Council (CJCC) is pleased to announce the approval of $300,000 Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) funding for three new projects under the Family Justice Center Initiative. After a rigorous review process, CJCC has selected the following communities to receive funding: Crisis Line & Safe house in Macon, Georgia, Cobb County District Attorney’s Office in Marietta, Georgia, and Waycross Shelter for Abused Persons in Waycross, Georgia.
ATLANTA (October 16, 2020) — The Georgia Criminal Justice Coordinating Council (CJCC) is pleased to announce the approval of over $500K for 11 new projects under the Opioid Affected Youth Initiative (administered by 8 subgrant recipients).
Atlanta, GA – Today First Lady Marty Kemp joined the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council's (CJCC) Georgia Coalition to Combat Human Trafficking to announce the creation of a statewide anti-trafficking hotline at 1-866-ENDHTGA.
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.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is changing the way it will report crime statistics. Beginning in 2021, the FBI will use data that law enforcement agencies (LEAs) report to its National-Incident Based Reporting System (NIBRS).