Here’s how it works
- Each state/county/municipality has a pre-determined amount of assigned funding
- This funding is designated to be used on a variety of things, including but not limited to: Overtime, Equipment, Hiring, Supplies, Training, Travel Expenses, and Medical Needs of Inmates
- Important to note — this grant is not specific to law enforcement and is available to every agency within a county or state
- City Mayor offices and other county government agencies will be responsible for processing grant requests and distributing approved funds. Your grant request should be submitted through the Mayor’s office – or other relevant government agency – who will process it for approval and distribution of funds
- That means police departments and sheriff’s offices need to proactively reach out to their respective city or county leaders to make their funding requests
Include TRAINING in your BJA grant request
We understand that because of COVID-19, LE training protocols and policies continue to shift — and that your ability to deliver up-to-date training agency-wide is critical now more than ever. Our Training Management System enables your department to train virtually, track completions and send updates in a way that best prepares your officers to serve successfully and safely.
We can help
The Benchmark Analytics team is available to assist you in completing and submitting your grant application. Please contact us at email@example.com to begin to process today!
The Commonwealth has been awarded more than $10.8 million in grants from the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) for staffing, overtime, protective gear, or medical care for jails and prisons, as well as other public safety problems posed by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Congressman Mike Johnson has announced that the Louisiana Commission on Law Enforcement has been awarded $9.6 million in COVID-19 emergency supplemental funding from the Justice Department.
United States Attorneys G. Zachary Terwilliger and Thomas T. Cullen announced Friday that the Commonwealth of Virginia has been awarded over $10.8 million in DOJ grants to respond to the public safety challenges posed by COVID-19. Petersburg’s share of that is $98,689.
United States Attorney Halsey B. Frank announced that the Department of Justice’s Office of Justice Programs (OJP) has awarded $77,591 to the City of Augusta and $58,008 to Kennebec County to address the public safety challenges posed by the outbreak of COVID-19.
Starting on Friday, May 1, Kentucky’s local public safety agencies and eligible local governments can apply for part of more than $9 million in grant funding from the U.S. Department of Justice’s Coronavirus Emergency Supplemental Funding Program.
United States Attorney Jay E. Town, Northern District of Alabama, United States Attorney Louis V. Franklin for the Middle District of Alabama, United States Attorney Richard W. Moore for the Southern District of Alabama today announced that the State of Alabama received $9,645,679 in Department of Justice grants to respond to the challenges posed by the outbreak of COVID-19.
U.S. Attorney Nicholas A. Trutanich for the District of Nevada today announced that the Department of Justice’s Office of Justice Programs has awarded $7,385,200 in grant funding to the Nevada Department of Public Safety to respond to the public safety challenges posed by the outbreak of COVID-19.
The state of Kansas received $6 million to address the coronavirus. The funds come in Department of Justice grants under the Coronavirus Emergency Supplemental Funding program.
More than $3.4 million in federal funding will be made available to law enforcement in Montana to help bolster response to COVID-19, Senators Jon Tester and Steve Daines announced this weekend.
The Oklahoma District Attorneys Council announced the Coronavirus Emergency Supplemental Funding Program. This funding is to assist eligible public safety/criminal justice state, county, local and tribal units of government, as well as victim-services nonprofit agencies.
The Department of Justice made $850 million available to help public safety agencies respond to challenges due to the coronavirus pandemic. Maryland agencies will get $6.6 million of that funding.
The state of Georgia has been awarded $15,840,333 in Department of Justice grants to respond to the public safety challenges posed by the outbreak of COVID-19, according to the office of U.S. Attorney Bobby L. Christine in the Southern District of Georgia.
The Henderson County Commissioners voted to proceed with a bid application for the Coronavirus Emergency Supplemental Funding Program. “This was rolled out to assist law enforcement in being able to respond and meet any needs that they might have,” County Judge Wade McKinney said.
Two Oakland County police agencies are among the 53 in the state eligible to apply for some of the $850 million made available by the Department of Justice to address issues related to COVID-19.
The City of Austin will use COVID funds for law enforcement growing demands placed on public safety and emergency services personnel while providing personal protective equipment to better ensure the health of officers and the community.
The grant to the Texas Department of Justice is among the first to be awarded through the $850 million available under the Coronavirus Emergency Supplemental Funding program, authorized by the recent stimulus legislation.
The grant to the New Hampsire Department of Justice marks the first to be awarded through the $850 million available under the Coronavirus Emergency Supplemental Funding program, authorized by the recent stimulus legislation.
The $2.2 trillion economic rescue package expected to be approved by Congress on Friday includes several provisions to help state and local law enforcement and federal prisions deal with the COVID-19 pandemic.