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Project Safe Neighborhoods

Grants to Texas IHEs, School Districts, Nonprofits, and Local
Governments to Enhance the Safety of Local Communities

Agency Type:

State

Funding Source:

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Texas Office of the Governor (OOG) - Public Safety Office - Criminal Justice Division (CJD)

Deadline Date:

04/24/19 5:00 PM CST

Description:

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Grants to Texas institutions of higher education, school districts, nonprofit and faith-based organizations, hospitals, and municipal and county governments to enhance the safety of local communities. Funding is intended to support projects aimed at reducing crime, violence, neighborhood gangs, and the criminal use and possession of firearms.

Project Safe Neighborhoods awards funding for projects that are designed to create and foster safer neighborhoods. Funds may only be used to foster and improve existing partnerships between Federal, State, and local agencies, including the United States Attorney in each Federal judicial district, entities representing members of the community affected by increased violence, victims' advocates, and researchers to create safer neighborhoods through sustained reductions in violent crimes by:

1. Developing and executing comprehensive strategic plans to reduce violent crimes, including the enforcement of gun laws, and prioritizing efforts focused on identified subsets of individuals or organizations responsible for increasing violence in a particular geographic area;
2. Developing evidence-based and data-driven intervention and prevention initiatives, including juvenile justice projects and activities which may include street-level outreach, conflict mediation, provision of treatment and social services, and the changing of community norms, in order to reduce violence; and
3. Collecting data on outcomes achieved through the Program, including the effect on the violent crime rate, incarceration rate, and recidivism rate of the jurisdiction.

For a description of Targeted and Prioritized Enforcement areas, Prevention, and Accountability, see file:///C:/Users/jaost/Downloads/PSN_Announe-nc_PY20_rev.pdf#page=3.

Eligible Costs:

1. Salary, wage, and fringe benefits of individuals supporting the PSN Project;
2. Overtime compensation of individuals supporting the PSN project;
3. Workshops and events associated with the support of the PSN project (pending approval by Office of Justice Programs, Bureau of Justice Assistance);
4. Travel associated with implementation and evaluation of the PSN project;
5. Equipment purchased to support the execution of the PSN project; and
6. Printing, publication, and duplication of materials that support the PSN project.


GrantWatch ID#:

GrantWatch ID#: 185677

Term of Contract:

Projects may not exceed a 12 month project period.

Additional Eligibility Criteria:

Applications may be submitted by public and private institutions of higher education, independent school districts, non-profit corporations (including hospitals and faith-based organizations), and units of local government, which are defined as a non-statewide governmental body with the authority to establish a budget and impose taxes.

All applications submitted by local law enforcement agencies/offices must be submitted by a unit of government affiliated with the agency, including an authorizing resolution from that unit of government. For example, police departments must apply under their municipal government, and community supervision and corrections departments, district attorneys, and judicial districts must apply through their affiliated county government (or one of the counties, in the case of agencies that serve more than one county).

Eligible applicants must have a DUNS (Data Universal Numbering System) number assigned to its agency (see https://fedgov.dnb.com/webform). In addition, eligible applicants must be registered in the federal System for Award Management (SAM) database (see https://sam.gov/).

Entities receiving funds from CJD must be located in a county that has an average of 90% or above on both adult and juvenile dispositions entered into the computerized criminal history database maintained by the Texas Department of Public Safety.

For additional eligibility requirements, see page 3 of the Announcement in Supporting Documents.

Grant funds may not be used to support the unallowable costs listed in the Guide to Grants or any of the following unallowable costs:

1. Construction, renovation, or remodeling;
2. Medical services;
3. Law enforcement equipment that is standard department issue; and
4. Any other prohibition imposed by federal, state or local law or regulation.

Pre-Application Information:

Key Dates:
- Action Date Funding Announcement Release 03/25/2019
- Online System Opening Date 03/25/2019
- Final Date to Submit and Certify an Application 04/24/2019 at 5:00 pm CST

Applicants must access the PSO’s eGrants grant management website at https://eGrants.gov.texas.gov to register and apply for funding.

Grantees must comply with standards applicable to this fund source cited in the State Uniform Grant Management Standards (UGMS), Federal Uniform Grant Guidance, and all statutes, requirements, and guidelines applicable to this funding.

Electronic Code of Federal Regulations:
https://www.ecfr.gov/cgi-bin/text-idx?tpl=/ecfrbrowse/Title02/2cfr200_main_02.tpl

Contact Information:

Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.

Each applicant is required to submit a complete Grant Application Kit to OOG through eGrants. For instructions for submitting an application kit, see: https://egrants.gov.texas.gov/updates.aspx

For more information, contact the eGrants help desk at eGrants@gov.texas.gov or (512) 463-1919.

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Geographic Focus:

USA: Texas