Programs

DCJS Funding Profiles

DCJS Funding Profiles list the grants from federal and state funds that DCJS has awarded to criminal justice and related agencies, both public and private, in each of the 133 counties and cities in the Commonwealth. Local match funds are also listed. For this purpose, local match are only those funds required to match a particular grant award and not additional funds the locality has volunteered to supplement a grant award.  Grant awards are shown for the grant programs listed below. Click on the name of the grant program to learn more about it:

Children’s Justice Act (CJA)
Community Corrections and Pretrial Services (CCCA & PSA)
Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA)
Edward Byrne Justice Assistance Grant Program
Grants to Encourage Arrest Program (GEAP)
Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Fund
Jail Mental Health Pilot Program
Juvenile Accountability Block Grant (JABG)
Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act Title II (JJDP)
Prerelease and Post-Incarceration Services (PAPIS)
Law Enforcement Regional Training Academies
Residential Substance Abuse Treatment (RSAT)
School Resource Officer/Security Officer Incentive Grant Program (SRO/SSO)
Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act (SORNA)
Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Grant Program (SADVGP)
Sexual Assault Services Program (SASP)
State Aid to Localities with Police Departments ('599')
Victim/Witness Grant Program
Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) New Initiative
Virginia Drug Abuse Resistance Education Program (DARE)
Violence Against Women (V-STOP)
Virginia Sexual & Domestic Violence Victim Fund (VSDVVF)

The Funding Profiles list all grants awarded by DCJS that are active on the date the profile was produced (shown on the profile as “Report Date”) and the end date for each grant. The profiles will be updated twice a year on the DCJS website on or about February 1 and August 1.

Each assistance profile has grants grouped together along one of four service areas: Correctional Services, Juvenile Services, Law Enforcement/School-Campus Safety, and Victims Services.

Grants are listed by the locality that administers the grant. Grants awarded directly to the administrative locality are identified with the character ‘»’.  Grants awarded to non-governmental agencies within the locality are identified with the character ‘●’. 

Grants to towns are shown in the profile for the county in which the town is located. The name of the town receiving the grant precedes the grant title, for example, ‘Wytheville – Edward Byrne Justice Assistance Grant Program’ and the amount of the grant appears in the assistance profile for Wythe County. Grants to universities or colleges are preceded with the school name (for example, ‘George Mason University – Violence Against Women (V-STOP)’) and the amount of the grant appears in the assistance profile for the locality that is geographically closest to the campus.

For more information click on any of the links above or contact John Colligan or Janice Waddy.

(FY 2017 - 2018) VOCA New Initiative Victim Assistance Grant Program

Many crime victims in Virginia may not receive services and support that adequately meet their needs after victimization. Meeting victims’ needs is far more difficult when their access to services is complicated by factors such as race, ethnicity, geographic isolation, language barriers, cultural differences, disability, lack of knowledge of the criminal justice system and their rights, and/or lack of appropriate social support. There is no single way to meet the needs of all underserved populations because of the uniqueness of each group.

GMIS Online

The Grants Management Online Information System (GMIS Online) was established to provide an Internet interface for all Subgrantees to apply for grants, fill out request forms, and submit reports online that will go directly to DCJS Grants Administration. This system is a multi-phase project that will automate many of the current processes in use with the hard copy forms. The instruction manual provides detailed information on how the system works as well as how to contact DCJS Grants Administration for questions.

Users may now submit their Quarterly Financial Reports, Request for Funds, Budget Amendment Requests, and Progress Reports online as well as view the status of various submitted reports and requests. As new phases are rolled out, an announcement will be displayed in GMIS Online to alert all users.

As of July 1, 2004, all Quarterly Financial Reports, Request for Funds, and Budget Amendment Requests and Narratives MUST be filled out online. Paper requests will not be accepted.

As of September 30, 2005 it will be mandatory to submit progress reports online.

  • View the GMIS Online Manual (.pdf)
    • Last updated: 03/30/2006 02:21:39 PM
  • Access GMIS Online
  • NOTE: In order to use this website, you must obtain a user name and password set up by DCJS Grants Administration. This will give you access permissions to utilize the online program. Contact DCJS Grants Administration to obtain a username or a password or if you have forgotten your password.