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The Office of Adult and Juvenile Justice Assistance (OAJJA) manages several state and federal grant programs--all designed to provide support to and assist in the improvement of the justice system. Programs range from juvenile justice funding to support priorities such as addressing the needs of low-risk but high-need juveniles or research and evaluation, to criminal justice funding that supports local law enforcement and other criminal justice entities. Funding is generally made available to local and state agencies (both governmental and non-governmental) through a grant-making process. OAJJA supports the Juvenile Justice Delinquency Prevention Council and the Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Board. For specific questions and staff, Contact Us.
JAG due March 1, 2019
Please join us Thursday, February 21st from 2-4 p.m.There will be a one hour presentation on Evidence-based practices and a FAQ/Tips and Q & A session following. Log In Access Meeting number: 804 685 682Password: ZB2sSwu4https://coloradogov.webex.com/coloradogov/j.php?MTID=me445ea2d317220cb1e579b668b76a4f1Join by video systemDial email@example.comYou can also dial 220.127.116.11 and enter your meeting number.Join by phone+1-240-454-0887 United States Toll (San Jose)Access code: 804 685 682
ABOUT THE TRAINING:
So many good ideas fall apart when they come face-to-face with the real world. Even evidence-based practices will have little impact if they are not implemented and supported with purpose and planning. The emergent science of Implementation takes evidence-based practices to the next level: results. Goal: This one-hour webinar will provide participants with the foundation to be able to incorporate some of the principles of implementation into their grant writing and execution. Learning Objectives:
1. After participating in this webinar, participants will understand some of the basic tenets of implementation.2. Through an action planning process, participants will be able to incorporate specific plans for implementing their programs into grant proposals.
- Intent to Apply due January 18, 2019
- Full Applications due February 15, 2019
LEAGP (ongoing - no application deadline)
We encourage you to review these How-To Guides and training to help you properly manage and report on your grant.