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Previous Solicitations and Announcements: 1997

State Justice Statistics Program for Statistical Analysis Centers

  • NCJ 163277
    This document is the program announcement for FY1997 which replaces the "State-Level Statistical Analysis Centers (SAC) and Information Network Program". Under this program, State designated Statistical Analysis Centers are eligible for funding. This new program seeks to respond to changes in the criminal justice policy environment and Federal funding initiatives, and will keep the States in the forefront of emerging issues. This will be accomplished by identifying every six months themes of significant concern to criminal justice practitioners, and asking a SAC to choose one or more of them for investigation and analysis. It is envisioned that at least one theme in each six-month cycle will provide a funding source which could result in an award in excess of the normal amount. In this first cycle, the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention is providing funds for the study of (1) juveniles waived to adult courts and (2) the impact and influence of juvenile gangs on crime. The document contains information concerning applications for funding and special requirements.

    Eligibility: Statistical Analysis Centers

    Contact Information: For further information, contact Paul White, SJS Program Manager, at (202) 307-0771, or your state program manager.

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National Criminal History Improvement Program: Fiscal Year 1997 Program Announcement

  • NCJ 165589
    Describes procedures for applying for continuation funding under the BJS-administered NCHIP program. Consistent with the fiscal 1997 appropriation, the 1997 NCHIP program funds support implementation of grant requirements under the Brady Handgun Violence Prevention Act (Brady Act), the National Child Protection Act of 1993 (NCPA), and the National Domestic Violence/Stalker Reduction provisions of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA). The 1997 appropriation was $51.75 million ($50 million under Brady/NCPA and $1.75 million under the Domestic Violence/Stalker Reduction provisions of VAWA).

    Deadline: Applications must be received by August 1, 1997, to be eligible for funding from the FY 1997 appropriation.

    Eligibility: Only one application will be accepted from each State. The application must be submitted by the agency previously designated by the State Governor or by a successor agency designated by the Governor in writing to BJS.

    Contact Information: For assistance, please contact your state Point of Contact (POC).

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