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State of Delaware
Criminal Justice Council

About the Agency

Criminal Justice Council (CJC)

The Delaware Criminal Justice Council is the State Administering Agency of multiple federal grant programs that will enhance the criminal justice system in Delaware.

Domestic Violence Coordinating Council (DVCC)

The DVCC is a State agency legislatively created in 1993 to improve Delaware’s response to domestic violence. The DVCC coordinates between agencies, departments and the courts with victims of domestic violence and abuse. DVCC recommends standards for treatment programs for perpetrators of domestic violence. It promotes effective prevention, intervention and treatment techniques to improve the response to domestic violence and abuse so as to reduce the incidents thereof within the State of Delaware.

Statistical Analysis Center (SAC)

The Delaware Statistical Analysis Center provides the Governor, Legislature, and Criminal Justice Agencies with a capability for objective research analysis, and projections relating to criminal justice issues.

Delaware Anti-Trafficking Action Council (DATAC)

The Delaware Anti-Trafficking Action Council (DATAC) coordinates and plans services between agencies, departments, and the courts with victims of human trafficking. DATAC promotes public awareness about human trafficking, including a centralized human trafficking hotline and training to victim services providers and allied professionals. DATAC also pursues funding opportunities to bring awareness to, provide services for, and combat human trafficking within and through the State of Delaware.

Criminal Justice Council Civil Rights Policy

As the State Administering Agency of several federal grant programs, the Criminal Justice Council is responsible for assuring that subrecipients (subgrantees) also comply with all of the applicable Federal civil rights laws, including the requirements pertaining to developing and submitting an EEOP, reporting Findings of Discrimination, and providing language services to LEP persons.

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