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Grant Training

  Bidders’ Conference Reentry Program Funding The CJC has a competitive solicitation open, seeking concept papers for funding both adult and juvenile reentry programs. This program is designed to provide funding to non-profit organizations for direct services to adult offenders or adjudicated youth returning to the community and criminal justice involved individuals. The Reentry Initiative […]

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E-Grants

Register Now to Access the CJC Egrants System Step 1: Make sure your agency is a registered agency in Egrants. The Agency Registration Request Form needs to be submitted once per agency. Once the agency is registered; Step 2: Register as a New User. Create your personal username and password to request access to the […]

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CJC Public Hearings Schedule

The Delaware Criminal Justice Council Public Hearings Schedule dates, locations and times for upcoming meetings are listed here. 4/25/17 – 6-8 PM William “Hicks” Anderson Community Center 501 N. Madison Street Wilmington, DE 19801 5/02/17 – 6-8 PM Dover Police Assembly Room 400 S. Queen St., Dover, DE 19904 5/15/17 – 6-8 PM Georgetown Public […]

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Career Opportunities

The Delaware Criminal Justice Council (CJC) is the State Administering Agency of multiple federal grant programs that will enhance the criminal justice system in Delaware. The efforts of the CJC Staff are heavily focused on research, planning, evidence-based programming, training, technical-assistance, outreach and supportive services to justice-related programs implemented in the State of Delaware. Employment […]

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News and Media

Delaware Criminal Justice Council News   Read more CJC news   CJC Press Releases & Media Criminal Justice Council Announces Egrants System – September 12, 2014 Council Selects New Executive Director – July 2, 2014   Questions or comments, please send them to:  CJC General Help Desk.   If you are a member of the […]

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Violence Against Women Act Basic Facts

Known as the STOP Violence Against Women Formula and Discretionary Grant Program Intent of the Act was the reduction of violence against women. Problems identified by DOJ which led to this program: Tremendous number of incidents of violent crimes against women, many of which are often hidden and under-reported. Only recently has society begun to […]

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Operation Safe Street and Weed and Seed Reports

Evaluation of Price’s Run Weed and Seed (September 2010) Operation Safe Streets/Governor’s Task Force: Annual Report, 2005 Evaluation of Operation Weed and Seed in Wilmington, Delaware – 2001 to 2004 (August 2005) Operation Safe Streets/Governor’s Task Force: Review and Impact, 2004 (December 2004) Evaluation of Operation Weed and Seed in Wilmington, Delaware [Drug Selling and […]

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Freedom of Information Act

The Delaware Criminal Justice Council is committed to transparency and openness. Requests under Delaware’s Freedom of Information Act may be submitted using the State of Delaware’s FOIA Request Form may be filed by email to the CJC FOIA Coordinator, by fax (302) 577-3440, or by U.S. State Mail to:   The Delaware Criminal Justice Council […]

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Delaware Criminal Justice Council Membership

Chair: James E. Liguori, Esq Vice Chair: [VACANT] Hon. Leo E. Strine, Jr., Chief Justice, Supreme Court Hon. Jan R. Jurden, President Judge, Superior Court Hon. Michael K. Newell,Chief Judge of Family Court Hon. Alan Davis, Chief Magistrate, Justice of the Peace Courts Hon. Matthew Denn, Attorney General Hon. Brendan O’Neill, Chief Defender, Office of […]

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Victims of Crime Act

VOCA-Victims Assistance: The Crime Victims Fund was established by the Victims of Crime Act of 1984 (VOCA) and serves as a major funding source for victim services throughout the country. The funds come from the federal VOCA Fund that consists entirely of fines and penalties paid by convicted federal criminals. The Office for Victims of […]

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