Law Enforcement Grants

The JAG program provides sub-grants to local governments and state agencies to support critical funding necessary in a wide range of program areas including law enforcement, prosecution and court, prevention and education, corrections and community corrections, drug treatment and enforcement, planning and evaluation and technology improvements. For JAG competitive funds, DCJS will list the funding priorities in its published grant guidelines.
IntroductionThe Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS) is making federal Coronavirus Emergency Supplemental Funding Grant (CESF) funds available to assist eligible

The Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS) will provide education loan repayment benefits to prosecutors and public defenders in Virginia, using federal funds available through the John R. Justice (JRJ) Grant Program. The purpose of the program is to encourage qualified attorneys to choose careers as prosecutors and public defenders and continue in that service.

The Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS) is soliciting grant applications from nonprofit organizations to provide post-critical incident seminars and peer-supported critical incident stress management programs to law enforcement agencies and their staffs.

The Code of Virginia (ยง9.1-165, et seq.) provides for financial assistance to localities with police departments through the "599" program. Currently, 40 cities, 9 counties and 126 towns receive "599" funds. The Department of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS) administers the program.