FY 2004 BJA Law Enforcement Response to Human Trafficking

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FY 2004 BJA Law Enforcement Response to Human Trafficking: To strengthen the identification of trafficking victims and facilitate investigation of domestic and international criminal organizations involved in trafficking of victims to or from the United States, BJA intends to give priority to law enforcement agencies from state and local units of government that are located in geographic areas that have Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) funded trafficking victim services in place. OVC is providing funding to provide comprehensive services to trafficking victims throughout the United States. Please refer to Attachment 1 of the solicitation for a list of the projects and respective geographic areas of coverage. These programs provide case management and comprehensive services for victims of severe forms of trafficking, ranging from basics services such as shelter, food and clothing to medical and dental services, mental health assessment and treatment, legal services, job skills training, transportation, and interpretation. The role of law enforcement agencies in this effort will be to provide a specific, measurable and priority focus on the identification of trafficking victims and on victim rescue where necessary. This will be accomplished through a continuum of strategies ranging from community policing strategies (e.g., improved/dedicated liaison with immigrant communities) to the establishment of trafficking task forces in a city, state, or region, and the potential development of other specific and innovative anti-trafficking programs. Any funds provided to law enforcement for this purpose must be used to directly and exclusively address "severe forms of trafficking" and must be accomplished in close coordination with the partnering victim service agency/agencies. Law enforcement is broadly defined in this effort, to include municipal, specialized (e.g., transit), county, state police agencies and sheriffs offices, port/airport security officers (public and private), licensing and inspection officials (fire marshals, health inspectors, building inspectors, etc.) who may have access to places where other law enforcement traditionally does not, housing authorities, local and state prosecutors, and others. Up to 25 grants will be awarded. Program length is 36 months and an approximate dollar request should not exceed $450,000. Only 75% of the cost of the proposed project may come from grant funds appropriated for the Trafficking Victims Protection Act.
Federal Grant Title: FY 2004 BJA Law Enforcement Response to Human Trafficking
Federal Agency Name: Office of Justice Programs
Grant Categories: Law Justice and Legal Services Housing Health Employment Labor and Training Education
Type of Opportunity: Discretionary
Funding Opportunity Number: DOJ-GRANTS-080304-001
Type of Funding: Grant
CFDA Numbers: 16.320
CFDA Descriptions: Services for Trafficking Victims
Current Application Deadline: No deadline provided
Original Application Deadline: Sep 09, 2004
Posted Date: Oct 04, 2004
Creation Date: Oct 04, 2004
Archive Date: Oct 09, 2004
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Expected Number of Awards:
Cost Sharing or Matching: Yes
Applicants Eligible for this Grant
City or township governments Native American tribal governments (Federally recognized) Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS, other than institutions of higher education For profit organizations other than small businesses
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