Deadline: 28 February 2017
The United States Department of Justice (DOJ) is seeking applications for its initiative “Coordinated Tribal Assistance Solicitation (CTAS)” to develop and strengthen tribal justice systems’ response to crime, while significantly increasing programs and services available to them.
CTAS is administered by the DOJ’s Office of Community Oriented Policing (COPS), Office of Justice Programs (OJP) and the Office on Violence Against Women (OVW), which manage awards by Purpose Area, subject to available funding.
American Indians and Alaska Natives experience disproportionate rates of violence and victimization and often encounter significant obstacles to identifying and accessing culturally-relevant services.
Through CTAS the Department has awarded over 1,600 grants totaling more than $722 million to hundreds of American Indian and Alaska Native communities.
- Public Safety & Community Policing
- Comprehensive Planning Demonstration Projects
- Justice Systems and Alcohol and Substance Abuse
- Corrections & Correctional Alternatives
- Violence Against Women
- Victims of Crime (Children’s Justice Act Partnerships for Indian Communities)
- Victims of Crime (Comprehensive Victim Assistance)
- Juvenile Healing to Wellness Court
- Tribal Youth Program
Only federally recognized Indian Tribal Governments, as determined by the Secretary of the Interior, may apply. This includes Alaska Native villages and tribal consortia consisting of two or more federally recognized Indian tribes.
How to Apply
Applications must be submitted online via given website.
Eligible Country: United States
For more information, please visit Department of Justice.