State Justice Statistics Program for Statistical Analysis Centers, 2011
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Federal Grant Title:
STATE JUSTICE STATISTICS PROGRAM FOR STATISTICAL ANALYSIS CENTERS, 2011
State Justice Statistics Program for Statistical Analysis Centers
Information and Statistics
Funding Opportunity Number:
Nov 24, 2010
Nov 24, 2010
Original Application Deadline:
Feb 28, 2011
Current Application Deadline:
Feb 28, 2011
Mar 30, 2011
Total Program Funding:
Maximum Federal Grant Award:
Minimum Federal Grant Award:
Information not provided
Expected Number of Awards:
Cost Sharing or Matching:
Applicants Eligible for this Grant
Others (see text field entitled "Additional Information on Eligibility" for clarification)
Additional Information on Eligibility
State SAC's are the only entities eligible to apply for funds under the SJS program. The applicant SAC must be authorized by state legislation or executive order. The SAC must be a nonpartisan professional organization, serving all branches of the criminal justice system and all levels of government in the state and the general public.
The SJS Program is designed to maintain and enhance each state's capacity to address criminal justice issues through the collection and analysis of data. The program provides limited funds to coordinate statistical activities within the state, conduct research to estimate the impacts of legislative and policy changes, and serve as a liaison role to assist BJS with gathering data from respondent agencies in their states. Each application for funding under this program must identify the participating organizations in the state and the particular issues to be addressed. Each year, BJS announces specific topics for analysis and encourages applicants to give careful consideration to planning activities that fit within one or more of the designated topics (see section SJS Program Themes). If a SAC does not feel that any of the topics are relevant to its state, then it may identify a topic or statistical activity of critical importance to its jurisdiction.