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FUNDING STREAMS

Description
collapse Fund : Juvenile Funds ‎(2)
These federal funds are made available to private non-profit community-based agencies/organizations and units of local/state government to support local and statewide juvenile justice and delinquency prevention projects/programs. Eligibility for federal JJDP Formula Grant Funds requires states to comply fully with federal requirements prohibiting the placement of status offenders and dependent, neglected or abused juveniles in secure detention facilities or correctional facilities; removing juvenile offenders from adult jails/lock-ups; and reducing the disproportionate number of minorities who come into contact with the juvenile justice system.  Please visit the federal Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinqency Prevention​ website for more information on the JJDP Program and other initiatives. 

Subgrantee Monitoring and Reporting Standards:
    • Participate in introductory telephone call with PCCD program staff within 60 days of award date.
    • Submission of quarterly progress reports that include performance data using the Egrants system.
    • Submission of fiscal reports that include line item expenditure data using the Egrants system.
    • Provision of source documentation for program and fiscal report data as requested by PCCD staff.
    • Completion of a final report which includes the provision of data related to sustainability and the completion of project objectives. This report summarizes the entire grant period.
    • PCCD will select a predetermined percentage of subgrantees for desk reviews and on-site monitoring visits.
Description
collapse Fund : Criminal Justice System Improvement Funds ‎(4)
The 108th Congress merged the Edward Byrne Memorial Grant Program (also known in Pennsylvania as the Drug Control and System Improvement (DCSI) Program) with the Local Law Enforcement Block Grant Program (LLEBG) to establish the Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant Program (JAG).
 
The JAG federal grant program provides seed money to assist state and local government entities in implementing a wide range of drug enforcement, correctional treatment/supervision, victim services, juvenile justice and criminal justice system improvement projects throughout the Commonwealth. Funds are also used to provide technical assistance to state, county and local units of government; as well as coordinate regional and statewide training events. 

PCCD utilizes an advisory committee structure to identify problems and needs within the criminal justice system and to the extent possible uses JAG funds to address those issues. Please visit the federal Bureau of Justice Assistance​ website for more information on the JAG Program and other initiatives.

Subgrantee Monitoring and Reporting Standards: 
  • Participate in introductory telephone call with PCCD program staff within 60 days of award date. 
  • Submission of quarterly progress reports that include performance data using the Egrants system. 
  • Submission of fiscal reports that include line item expenditure data using the Egrants system. 
  • Provision of source documentation for program and fiscal report data as requested by PCCD staff. 
  • Completion of a final report which includes the provision of data related to sustainability and the completion of project objectives. This report summarizes the entire grant period. 
  • PCCD will select a predetermined percentage of subgrantees for desk reviews and on-site monitoring visits. 
  • Telephone Contact – All grantees will receive telephone contact in the off year of when the desk review and the on-site monitoring took place.
This federal program provides for projects designed to improve the quality, timeliness and credibility of forensic science services for criminal justice services.
 
Subgrantee Monitoring and Reporting Standards:
    • Participate in introductory telephone call with PCCD program staff within 60 days of award date.
    • Submission of quarterly progress reports that include performance data using the Egrants system.
    • Submission of fiscal reports that include line item expenditure data using the Egrants system.
    • Provision of source documentation for program and fiscal report data as requested by PCCD staff.
    • Completion of a final report which includes the provision of data related to sustainability and the completion of project objectives. This report summarizes the entire grant period.
    • On-site monitoring – 100% of subgrantees will be monitored on site each year.
Description
collapse Fund : Victim Services Funds ‎(4)
This federal grant program provides support to improve the criminal justice system's response to violence against women and enhance the services available to women who have been victims of violent crime. STOP funding is distributed on a competitive basis to counties and the money is used to implement program plans that incorporate a law enforcement, prosecutorial and victim services component to address violence against women at the local level. By federal requirement, 25% of funds must be used for prosecution; 25% for law enforcement; 30% for victim services; 5% for judiciary and 15% discretionary. Of the 30% allocated to victim services, 10% must be used for the underserved populations. During 2012, federal STOP Violence Against Women funding was used to serve 16,056 victims of sexual assault, domestic violence, stalking and dating violence across Pennsylvania.
Please visit the federal Office on Violence Against Women website for more information on the STOP Program and other initiatives.

 
Subgrantee Monitoring and Reporting Standards:
    • Participate in introductory telephone call with PCCD program staff within 60 days of award date.
    • Submission of an annual progress report.
    • Submission of fiscal reports that include line item expenditure data using the Egrants system.
    • Completion of a final report which includes the provision of data related to sustainability and the completion of project objectives. This report summarizes the entire grant period.
    • Provision of source documentation for annual progress report and fiscal report data as requested by PCCD staff.
    • On-site monitoring—100% of grantees to be monitored on site during the 3-year grant period.
This federal grant program provides funding for the provision of direct services to victims of crime as well as financial support, via Victims Compensation Assistance, to victims of crime. Victims of Crime Act funding is distributed primarily to community-based victim services agencies, although several system-based programs also receive this funding. Victims of Crime Act funding is distributed to all 67 counties in the Commonwealth. On average these funds make services available to 130,000 victims per year.
Please visit the federal Office for Victims of Crime website​ for more information on the VOCA Program and other initiatives. 
 
Subgrantee Monitoring and Reporting Standards:
    • Participate in introductory telephone call with PCCD program staff within 60 days of award date.
    • Submission of progress reports annually.
    • Submission of fiscal reports that include line item expenditure data using the Egrants system.
    • Provision of source documentation for annual report and fiscal report data as requested by PCCD staff.
    • Completion of a final report which includes the provision of data related to sustainability and the completion of project objectives. This report summarizes the entire grant period.
    • On-site monitoring— 25% of grantees to be monitored on site each year (Every grantee is monitored on-site once every four years).
    • Desk Review—5% of grantees will be monitored via desk review each year.
Description
collapse Fund : Research, Evaluation and Policy Development Funds ‎(1)
This state appropriation supports the on-going operation and development of Children’s Advocacy Centers (CAC’s) and Multi-Disciplinary Investigative Teams (MDIT’s) throughout the Commonwealth.  CAC’s are child-focused, facility-based programs for child victims of sexual and physical abuse.
 
Subgrantee Monitoring and Reporting Standards:
    • Participate in introductory telephone call with PCCD program staff within 60 days of award date.
    • Submission of quarterly progress reports that include performance data using the Egrants system.
    • Submission of fiscal reports that include line item expenditure data using the Egrants system.
    • Provision of source documentation for program and fiscal report data as requested by PCCD staff.
    • Completion of a final report which includes the provision of data related to sustainability and the completion of project objectives. This report summarizes the entire grant period.
    • PCCD will select a predetermined percentage of subgrantees for desk reviews and on-site monitoring visits.