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Juvenile Justice Advisory Committee Police and Youth Program - Request for Applications (RFA)
 

RFA # OPM-JJYD-20160225-JJDP

Released: 02/25/2016

Background:

This funding opportunity supports initiatives to improve interactions between police and youth.  The goals of the program are to promote positive youth development and to increase the numbers of police officers who are experienced and comfortable working and interacting with youth.  Local public agencies may apply for funds to increase or enhance opportunities for youth and police to work together to benefit their community.  This initiative is offered by the Juvenile Justice Advisory Committee with funding provided by the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention at the U.S. Department of Justice and is administered by the Criminal Justice Policy and Planning Division of the Office of Policy and Management.

Who may apply?

The eligible applicants for Police and Youth Program funding are local public agencies.  Eligible applicants may apply for one time funding of up to $10,000 for the twelve-month period of July 1, 2016 to June 30, 2017.  Typical agencies applying under the Police and Youth Program are police departments, youth services bureaus, and schools.

Application Deadline:*

Applications are due at the State of Connecticut, Office of Policy and Management, Criminal Justice Policy and Planning Division, 450 Capitol Avenue MS#52CJP, Hartford, CT  06106-1379, Attention: Valerie LaMotte by 12 noon on Monday, April 18, 2016.  Electronic and facsimile transmissions are not acceptable.  One original and one copy of the application must be received at the address above by the due date (delete instruction pages; use all white paper; clip together, do not staple; no folders, binders, etc.).

Official Agency Contact:

Questions related to this RFA shall be submitted in writing to the Official State Contact Valerie LaMotte, at Valerie.LaMotte@ct.gov 

For Complete RFA details and instructions, please click this link.

 

Juvenile Justice Advisory Committee School Attendance Program- Request for Applications (RFA)
 

RFA # OPM-JJYD-20160225-SAP

Released: 02/25/2016

Background:

This funding opportunity supports school initiatives aimed at improving school attendance and helping Families With Services Needs.  The focus is to provide children with positive reinforcement that promotes school attendance rather than emphasizing the need to reduce truancy, suspension and expulsion.  Grants are available to eligible school districts to fund efforts to make attendance a priority, establish effective attendance policies and support the implementation of the School Attendance Model Kindergarten Program.  This initiative is offered by the Juvenile Justice Advisory Committee with funding provided by the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention at the U.S. Department of Justice and is administered by the Criminal Justice Policy and Planning Division of the Office of Policy and Management.

 

Who may apply?

The eligible applicants for School Attendance Program funding are local and regional public school districts that are members of the Connecticut Consortium on School Attendance as of April 8, 2016.  As of February 15, 2016 the following 26 school districts are members of the Consortium.

 

Ansonia 

Bethel 

Bloomfield 

Bridgeport 

Canterbury 

Derby 

East Hartford 

Fairfield 

Griswold 

Hamden 

Hartford 

Killingly

Manchester 

New Britain 

New Haven 

Norwich 

Plainfield 

RSD #10 

RSD #13 

Southington 

Stonington  

Vernon 

Wallingford 

Waterbury 

Waterford 

Windham

 

School districts that are interested in joining the Connecticut Consortium on School Attendance will find information on joining at www.ct.gov/opm/JJYDprograms and click on School Attendance.  Districts with any questions about their Consortium membership should contact Ms. Valerie LaMotte at valerie.lamotte@ct.gov or 860-418-6316 prior to submission of an application under this RFA.

Application Deadline:*

Applications are due at the State of Connecticut, Office of Policy and Management, Criminal Justice Policy and Planning Division, 450 Capitol Avenue MS#52CJP, Hartford, CT  06106-1379, Attention: Valerie LaMotte by 12 noon on Friday, April 8, 2016.  Electronic and facsimile transmissions are not acceptable.  One original and one copy of the application must be received at the address above by the due date (delete instruction pages; use all white paper; clip together, do not staple; no folders, binders, etc.).

 

Official Agency Contact:

Questions related to this RFA shall be submitted in writing to the Official State Contact Valerie LaMotte, at Valerie.LaMotte@ct.gov 

For Complete RFA details and instructions, please click this link.

 
Responsible Growth and Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) Grant Program - Request for Applications (RFA)
 

RFA # OPM-IGP-20151209-RG-TOD

Released: 12/09/2015

Background:

The Office of Policy and Management (OPM) is seeking proposals from municipalities and regional councils of governments for responsible growth and transit-oriented development projects. This competitive grant program is intended to provide financial support for: (1) construction projects that expand on previous state investment in transit-oriented development, as defined in Section 13b-79o of the Connecticut General Statutes, and/or (2) planning or construction projects that demonstrate responsible growth through their consistency with the Conservation & Development Policies: The Plan for Connecticut 2013-2018.

Who may apply?

Only Connecticut municipalities (i.e., cities and towns) and Regional Councils of Governments (COGs) may apply for Responsible Growth and TOD Grants. Partnerships are encouraged, and may also include non-profit and private entities, where appropriate.

Application Deadline:*

Thursday, February 4, 2016 at 4:00 pm is the deadline to submit completed application as specified in Section F of the RFA. In no event shall the content of any proposal be modified after this date; however, municipalities or COGs that need additional time to complete the Certified Resolution or the regional letter of support requirements shall ensure that any such documents are received by no later than Thursday, February 25th, 2016 at 4:00 pm* in order for the application to be deemed complete.

Official Agency Contact:

Questions related to this RFA shall be submitted in writing to the Official State Contact Matthew Pafford, at either Matthew.Pafford@ct.gov or Office of Policy and Management, 450 Capitol Avenue MS# 54ORG, Hartford, CT 06106-1379.

For Complete RFA details and instructions, please click this link.

*ADDENDUM #1 (12/29/15) 

Deadline correction:  Section G(3) of the RFA incorrectly states the deadline for municipalities or COGs needing additional time to complete Certified Resolutions or regional letters of support as Thursday, January 28, 2016 at 4:00pm.  The correct deadline for receipt of resolutions or letters is Thursday, February 25th, 2016 at 4:00pm.  All other deadlines remain as specified in Section G of the RFA.

 

*ADDENDUM #2 (01/07/16) 

RFA Questions and Answers Document

 

 


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