Invitation for Comment on a Grant Request for Criminal Justice Projects
Application # 2019- H1254-NE-DJ
The Nebraska Crime Commission invites public input on projects to become part of Nebraska's FY 2019 Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) award. The JAG formula grant is allocated to Nebraska for administration by the U.S. Department of Justice (USDOJ). JAG will provide grant resources to units of state and local government, nonprofit, and faith based organizations for criminal justice projects. To comment or view a copy of the proposed application, contact the Nebraska Crime Commission, JAG Administrator, Nebraska State Office Building 301 Centennial Mall South, Lincoln NE 68509 or call 402-471-2194.
SFY 2020 Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) Grant -- Request For Proposals – Traditional Program and Tribal Program
***NEW WEB-BASED APPLICATION AND INSTRUCTIONS FOR VOCA PROGRAMS***
Register and Apply at this web address: https://ncc.grantvantage.com/announcement
Search by Announcement Name: "SFY 2020 Traditional VOCA Program" OR Funding Opportunity Number: "VOCA-2020-1000"
Tribal Announcement Name: “SFY 2020 Tribal VOCA Program” OR Funding Opportunity Number: “VOCA-2020-2000”
Below is the link to watch the previously recorded Technical Assistance on Application and Instructions Webinar from January 24, 2019.
There is also a Q&A under the Attachment section:
Viewing of the webinar is MANDATORY for organizations intending to apply for funding under the Nebraska Crime Commission VOCA Program.
***NO PAPER APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED***
Neb. Rev. Stat. § 43-2404.02: Community-based Juvenile Services Aid Program
In accordance with Nebraska Revised Statute 43-2404.02(3)(e) view Section 011 of Title 75, Chapter 1 for the Community-based Juvenile Services Aid Appeals Process.
Only CURRENT JRJ Recipients are Eligible to Apply for FY 2015 Funding Application is CLOSED to New Participants Please read directions carefully – Application contains new information