Federal & State Grants Unit: An           Overview            May 24, 2012   Special Authority Board Meeting              ...
Formula Grants• Congressionally directed funds  – Usually to state governments  – Funding amount is established by a formu...
ICJIA Formula Grants• Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance  Grant (JAG)• Victims of Crime Act (VOCA)• Violence Against...
ICJIA Formula Grants• VAWA – Sexual Assault Services Program  (SASP)• Juvenile Accountability Block Grant (JABG)• Paul Cov...
Discretionary Grants• Federal Agency creates award solicitation  – Funding Opportunity Announcement identifying    specifi...
ICJIA Discretionary Grants• Kirk Bloodsworth Post-Conviction DNA Testing  Program (PDNAT)• National Criminal History Impro...
Other Grants• Motor Vehicle Theft Prevention Act (MVTP)  (private)• Death Penalty Abolition Fund (DPA) (state)• Household ...
Percentage of all Federal Funds                    FFY 2007 -2011      5/24/2012 | Illinois Criminal Justice Information A...
Federal Fund Award Percentages                                                 by FFY                              Federal...
Discretionary Grants• Kirk Bloodsworth Post-Conviction DNA Testing  Program (PDNAT)  – National Institute of Justice (NIJ)...
Kirk Bloodsworth (PDNAT)• University of Illinois - Springfield   – Downstate Innocence Project      • Collaboration UIS, U...
Discretionary Grants• National Criminal History Improvement  (NCHIP)  – Department of Justice (DOJ), Bureau of Justice    ...
NCHIP• Office of the Circuit Court of Cook County  – Automating interface for the state’s Criminal    History Records Info...
Discretionary Grants• National Instant Criminal Background Check  System Reporting Improvement Program  (NARIP)  – Departm...
NARIP• Illinois State Police   – Improving its systems & methods for collecting,     evaluating and exchanging information...
Formula• Residential Substance Abuse Treatment (RSAT)  – Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA)     • Develop & implement subs...
RSAT• Illinois Department of Corrections (IDOC)  – Dwight Dual Diagnosis Program for Females     • Reduce disruptive behav...
Formula Grants• Paul Coverdell National Forensic Sciences  Improvement Grants Program (NFSIA)  – National Institute of Jus...
NFSIA• Eleven certified forensic labs in Illinois   – Illinois State Police   – Northern Illinois Regional Crime Lab   – D...
Formula• Juvenile Accountability Block Grant (JABG)  – Office of Juvenile Justice & Delinquency    Prevention (OJJDP)     ...
JABG5/24/2012 | Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority | 21
JABG Purpose Areasgraduated sanctions Hiring (for effective & expeditiousadministration of juvenile justice system) PROSEC...
Formula• S*T*O*P* (Services – Training – Officers –  Prosecutors) VAWA (Violence Against Women  Act)  – DOJ, Office of Vio...
S*T*O*P* VAWA5/24/2012 | Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority | 24
S*T*O*P* VAWA• State’s must allocate, as follows  – 25% to law enforcement  – 25% to prosecution  – 30% to non-profit, non...
S*T*O*P* VAWA Purpose AreasPOLICY IMPROVEMENTS data collection VictimServices Programs Indian Tribes Liaison Services Trai...
Formula• VAWA, Sexual Assault Services Program (SASP)  – DOJ, Office of Violence Against Women     • Provide direct servic...
VAWA SASP5/24/2012 | Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority | 28
Formula• Victims of Crime Act (VOCA)  – DOJ, Office for Victims of Crime (OVC)  – Two grants     • Victims’ assistance – I...
VOCA• Victims’ Assistance  – Pay for direct services  – 10% of award must be given to each priority area     •   Sexual as...
VOCA• Direct Services  – Respond, assist or provide     •   Emotional & physical needs of crime victims     •   Stabilizin...
VOCA5/24/2012 | Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority | 32
VOCA• Allowable Costs for Direct Services  – Personnel  – Necessary & Essential for services  – Training  – Operations  – ...
VOCA & VAWA• Victim Services Ad Hoc Committee  – Participants are leaders from     • Major statewide victim service associ...
VOCA & VAWA• Victim Services Ad Hoc Committee  – Establishes     • Priorities     • Goals     • Objectives  – Basis S*T*O*...
Formula• Edward Byrne Memorial, Justice Assistance  Grant (JAG)  – DOJ  – Congressionally mandated award to each state    ...
JAG5/24/2012 | Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority | 37
JAG• JAG 2011 Award  – Total Award to Illinois: $15,131,782     • ICJIA Administered (60%): $9,517,027     • Direct to Loc...
JAG• ICJIA  – $9,517,027     • 10% Administration ($951,702)     • 70.66% Local ($6,052,259)          – Set-aside of $394,...
JAG• Purpose Areas  – Law enforcement programs  – Prosecution & court programs  – Prevention & education programs  – Corre...
OTHER• Motor Vehicle Theft Prevention Act (MVPT)  – Insurance companies fund through state    administered special trust  ...
OTHER• Death Penalty Abolition Fund (DPA)  – Created in 2011 (725 ILCS 5/119-1)  – “All unobligated & unexpended moneys re...
OTHER• Household Pharmaceutical Disposal Fund  (P2D2)  – January 1, 2012 (Public Act 97-0545)     • Provide local law enfo...
FSGU OVERVIEW• 14 Program Funds• Since 2007  – Approximately $222,405,233 administered  – Approximately 2,265 designations...
TOTAL FUNDING                          Total of all FED Funds by FFY         $60,000,000         $50,000,000         $40,0...
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  1. 1. Federal & State Grants Unit: An Overview May 24, 2012 Special Authority Board Meeting Prepared & Presented by: Mike Carter – Acting Associate Director, FSGU 5/24/2012 | Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority | 1
  2. 2. Formula Grants• Congressionally directed funds – Usually to state governments – Funding amount is established by a formula based on criteria written into the legislation • Census data • Uniform Crime Report – State government may disperse based on needs 5/24/2012 | Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority | 2
  3. 3. ICJIA Formula Grants• Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG)• Victims of Crime Act (VOCA)• Violence Against Women Act (VAWA)• American Recovery & Reinvestment Act (ARRA): JAG & VOCA 5/24/2012 | Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority | 3
  4. 4. ICJIA Formula Grants• VAWA – Sexual Assault Services Program (SASP)• Juvenile Accountability Block Grant (JABG)• Paul Coverdell National Forensic Sciences Improvement Grants Program (NFSIA)• Residential Substance Abuse Treatment for State Prisoners (RSAT) 5/24/2012 | Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority | 4
  5. 5. Discretionary Grants• Federal Agency creates award solicitation – Funding Opportunity Announcement identifying specific purpose(s) – Prospective applicants submit proposal – Awards made on competitive review process • Programmatic content • Technical content • Scientific content 5/24/2012 | Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority | 5
  6. 6. ICJIA Discretionary Grants• Kirk Bloodsworth Post-Conviction DNA Testing Program (PDNAT)• National Criminal History Improvement Program (NCHIP)• National Instant Criminal Background Check System Reporting Improvement Program (NARIP) 5/24/2012 | Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority | 6
  7. 7. Other Grants• Motor Vehicle Theft Prevention Act (MVTP) (private)• Death Penalty Abolition Fund (DPA) (state)• Household Pharmaceutical Disposal Fund – a.k.a. Prescription Pill and Drug Disposal (P2D2) (state) 5/24/2012 | Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority | 7
  8. 8. Percentage of all Federal Funds FFY 2007 -2011 5/24/2012 | Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority | 8
  9. 9. Federal Fund Award Percentages by FFY Federal Fund Award Percentages Per FFY 100% VOCA 80% VAWA SASP VAWA 60% SJSPercentage RSAT 40% PDNAT NFSIA 20% NCHIP NARIP 0% JAG 2007 2008 2009 ARRA FFY 2010 2011 5/24/2012 | Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority | 9
  10. 10. Discretionary Grants• Kirk Bloodsworth Post-Conviction DNA Testing Program (PDNAT) – National Institute of Justice (NIJ) • Defray costs of post-conviction DNA testing – Forcible rape – Murder – Non-negligent manslaughter cases • Eligible: local, county & state agencies 5/24/2012 | Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority | 10
  11. 11. Kirk Bloodsworth (PDNAT)• University of Illinois - Springfield – Downstate Innocence Project • Collaboration UIS, University of Illinois College of Law and the Southern Illinois University College of Law – Intensive review & investigation of DNA eligible cases • Determine strength of DNA evidence • Evaluate innocence claims 5/24/2012 | Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority | 11
  12. 12. Discretionary Grants• National Criminal History Improvement (NCHIP) – Department of Justice (DOJ), Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) • Enhance quality & completeness of nation’s criminal history record systems – Provide financial & technical assistance • Eligible: local, county & state agencies 5/24/2012 | Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority | 12
  13. 13. NCHIP• Office of the Circuit Court of Cook County – Automating interface for the state’s Criminal History Records Information (CHRI) system • Timely inquiries for disposition reporting • Timely updates for disposition reporting • Developing error corrections application • Establishing accuracy & information quality 5/24/2012 | Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority | 13
  14. 14. Discretionary Grants• National Instant Criminal Background Check System Reporting Improvement Program (NARIP) – Department of Justice (DOJ) • Assist states to improve completeness, automation & transmittal of vast array of criminal records • Eligible: local, county & state; private NPOs 5/24/2012 | Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority | 14
  15. 15. NARIP• Illinois State Police – Improving its systems & methods for collecting, evaluating and exchanging information related to records checks on individual’s eligibility to possess or transfer a firearm • Detailed design of integrated, automated, system • NARIP task force – ISP, CMS, AOIC, ICJIA & DHS 5/24/2012 | Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority | 15
  16. 16. Formula• Residential Substance Abuse Treatment (RSAT) – Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) • Develop & implement substance abuse treatment in correctional & detention facilities • Create & maintain community-based aftercare services for offenders 5/24/2012 | Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority | 16
  17. 17. RSAT• Illinois Department of Corrections (IDOC) – Dwight Dual Diagnosis Program for Females • Reduce disruptive behavior, drug use & criminal behavior through gender-based intervention programs with substance abusing, mentally-ill, female offenders • Funded services included in the 32-bed unit – Assessments – Individualized case treatment planning – Individual & group counseling & mental health services 5/24/2012 | Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority | 17
  18. 18. Formula Grants• Paul Coverdell National Forensic Sciences Improvement Grants Program (NFSIA) – National Institute of Justice (NIJ) • Medical Examiner Service Improvements – Eliminate backlog in analyses – Train and employ laboratory personnel • Formula (75 percent); Competitive (25 percent) • Eligible: local, county and state governments 5/24/2012 | Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority | 18
  19. 19. NFSIA• Eleven certified forensic labs in Illinois – Illinois State Police – Northern Illinois Regional Crime Lab – Du Page County Crime Lab• Eliminate the backlog in analyses – Upgrading technologies• Train and employee forensic lab personnel 5/24/2012 | Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority | 19
  20. 20. Formula• Juvenile Accountability Block Grant (JABG) – Office of Juvenile Justice & Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) • Reduce juvenile offending through accountability-based programs focused on both the offender and the juvenile system. • Ensure states are addressing one or more of the 17 purpose areas. 5/24/2012 | Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority | 20
  21. 21. JABG5/24/2012 | Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority | 21
  22. 22. JABG Purpose Areasgraduated sanctions Hiring (for effective & expeditiousadministration of juvenile justice system) PROSECUTIONlaw enforcement gun courts drug courts RECORDSinformation-sharing training Re-Entryaccountability-based programsFACILITIES risk & need assessmentsenhance school safety RESTORATIVE JUSTICEcourts &juvenile probation officers reduce recidivism 5/24/2012| Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority | 22
  23. 23. Formula• S*T*O*P* (Services – Training – Officers – Prosecutors) VAWA (Violence Against Women Act) – DOJ, Office of Violence Against Women • Enhance victim advocacy & improve systemic response • Development & improvement of law enforcement & prosecution strategies • Advocacy & services in violent crimes against women 5/24/2012 | Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority | 23
  24. 24. S*T*O*P* VAWA5/24/2012 | Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority | 24
  25. 25. S*T*O*P* VAWA• State’s must allocate, as follows – 25% to law enforcement – 25% to prosecution – 30% to non-profit, nongovernmental victim service agencies • 10% to underserved populations – 5% to the courts – 15% at state’s discretion 5/24/2012 | Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority | 25
  26. 26. S*T*O*P* VAWA Purpose AreasPOLICY IMPROVEMENTS data collection VictimServices Programs Indian Tribes Liaison Services Training Multi-disciplinary Response sexual assault forensics stalking Programs toaid elderly & disabled Assist Victims in Immigration MattersCore Services/New Initiatives ProtocolDevelopment Develop, train, or expand personnel 5/24/2012 | Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority | 26
  27. 27. Formula• VAWA, Sexual Assault Services Program (SASP) – DOJ, Office of Violence Against Women • Provide direct services for victims of sexual assault – 24 hour sexual assault hotlines – Crisis intervention – Medical & Criminal Justice accompaniment • Establish, maintain or expand rape crisis centers 5/24/2012 | Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority | 27
  28. 28. VAWA SASP5/24/2012 | Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority | 28
  29. 29. Formula• Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) – DOJ, Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) – Two grants • Victims’ assistance – ICJIA • Victim compensation – Illinois Attorney General’s Office 5/24/2012 | Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority | 29
  30. 30. VOCA• Victims’ Assistance – Pay for direct services – 10% of award must be given to each priority area • Sexual assault • Domestic violence • Child abuse • Underserved populations – Elder abuse victims; Victims of intoxicated drivers; Survivors 5/24/2012 | Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority | 30
  31. 31. VOCA• Direct Services – Respond, assist or provide • Emotional & physical needs of crime victims • Stabilizing lives after victimization • Understanding & participating in criminal justice system • Measure of safety & security – boarding-up broken windows – repairing locks 5/24/2012 | Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority | 31
  32. 32. VOCA5/24/2012 | Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority | 32
  33. 33. VOCA• Allowable Costs for Direct Services – Personnel – Necessary & Essential for services – Training – Operations – Supervision of service providers – Contracts – Public Presentations 5/24/2012 | Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority | 33
  34. 34. VOCA & VAWA• Victim Services Ad Hoc Committee – Participants are leaders from • Major statewide victim service associations • Individual agencies representing underserved – Meet, at minimum, triennial – Review crime & victimization trend data – Evaluate current efforts 5/24/2012 | Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority | 34
  35. 35. VOCA & VAWA• Victim Services Ad Hoc Committee – Establishes • Priorities • Goals • Objectives – Basis S*T*O*P* VAWA Implementation Plan – Foundation for recommendations made to the Authority’s Budget Committee 5/24/2012 | Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority | 35
  36. 36. Formula• Edward Byrne Memorial, Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) – DOJ – Congressionally mandated award to each state • 60% awarded to state administering agency – Plus awards to local jurisdictions that were under $10K • 40% awarded directly to eligible units of local government 5/24/2012 | Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority | 36
  37. 37. JAG5/24/2012 | Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority | 37
  38. 38. JAG• JAG 2011 Award – Total Award to Illinois: $15,131,782 • ICJIA Administered (60%): $9,517,027 • Direct to Local Government (40%): $5,614,755 5/24/2012 | Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority | 38
  39. 39. JAG• ICJIA – $9,517,027 • 10% Administration ($951,702) • 70.66% Local ($6,052,259) – Set-aside of $394,162 » Funds meant for direct formula » Locals which fell under the $10K threshold • 29.34% State/Discretionary ($2,513,066) 5/24/2012 | Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority | 39
  40. 40. JAG• Purpose Areas – Law enforcement programs – Prosecution & court programs – Prevention & education programs – Corrections & community corrections programs – Drug treatment programs – Planning, evaluation, & technology programs – Crime victim & witness initiatives 5/24/2012 | Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority | 40
  41. 41. OTHER• Motor Vehicle Theft Prevention Act (MVPT) – Insurance companies fund through state administered special trust – Fund is overseen by an 11-member coalition council • Funds assist investigation & prosecution of vehicle theft related crimes 5/24/2012 | Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority | 41
  42. 42. OTHER• Death Penalty Abolition Fund (DPA) – Created in 2011 (725 ILCS 5/119-1) – “All unobligated & unexpended moneys remaining in the Capital Litigation Trust Fund shall be…expended by ICJIA for two purposes:” • Services for families of victims of homicide/murder • Training of law enforcement personnel 5/24/2012 | Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority | 42
  43. 43. OTHER• Household Pharmaceutical Disposal Fund (P2D2) – January 1, 2012 (Public Act 97-0545) • Provide local law enforcement with grants to pay for – Collection – Transportation – Incineration • Currently unfunded 5/24/2012 | Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority | 43
  44. 44. FSGU OVERVIEW• 14 Program Funds• Since 2007 – Approximately $222,405,233 administered – Approximately 2,265 designations 5/24/2012 | Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority | 44
  45. 45. TOTAL FUNDING Total of all FED Funds by FFY $60,000,000 $50,000,000 $40,000,000Amount $30,000,000 $20,000,000 $10,000,000 $0 2007 2008 2009 ARRA 2010 2011 Federal Fiscal Year Award 5/24/2012 | Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority | 45

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