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Small, Rural Violent Crime Reduction

FY 2023 Grant Program

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Justice and Security Strategies, Inc. (JSS)
is the Training and Technical Assistance
partner for the grant.


Background:

 

  • 37 grantees awarded over $9.6 million
     

  • Grantee projects include buying newcrime fighting technology, creating newpositions, new community programs, etc.

Primary Violent Crime Reduction Strategies:
 

  • Problem-Oriented Policing (SARA Model)

  • Hotspot Policing

  • New Technology

TTA Available:
 

  • Webinars

  • Personalized Assistance

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Webinar Videos

Welcome Webinar

Webinar

Problem Oriented Policing with the SARA model

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Do you have a question about problem-solving, violence reduction or community engagement?

Robert “Bob” Haas is a retired Police Commissioner with over 40 years of experience in policing. He has extensive knowledge in policing reform measures, operational assessments, and community engagement. Most importantly, he is here to help by answering your questions! Please use the contact form below to submit your questions to Bob or email him directly at askbob@srtvcr.com

Michael Green is a former DA from Monroe County (NY) and leader of the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS). 
He possesses a wealth of knowledge on criminal justice reform and can provide a unique lens about program implementation from a prosecutorial perspective.
Please use the contact form below to submit your questions to Mike or email him directly at askmike@srtvcr.com

For questions pertaining to your grant budgets or change of project scope, please email Erin Feeley at Erin.R.Feeley@usdoj.gov

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This project was supported by Award No. 15PBJA-23-GK-05525-RURA awarded by the Bureau of Justice Assistance, Office of Justice Programs,U.S. Department of Justice. The opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this publication/program/exhibition are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect those of the Department of Justice

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