The Office of Justice Programs (OJP) has launched a new, searchable online

document of current funding opportunities and new initiatives, the OJP Program
Plan <http://www.ojp.gov/ProgramPlan/index.htm>. It features the latest and
most complete information regarding both competitive and noncompetitive
grants, training and technical assistance, research, and other resources
available to the justice community.

The Program Plan is divided into 9 thematically organized sections:

- Initiatives to Address a Wide Range of Criminal and Juvenile Justice
Issues <http://www.ojp.gov/ProgramPlan/section1.htm>
- Breaking the Cycles of Mental Illness, Substance Abuse, and
Crime<http://www.ojp.gov/ProgramPlan/section2.htm>
- Preventing and Intervening in Juvenile Offending and
Victimization<http://www.ojp.gov/ProgramPlan/section3.htm>
- Managing Offenders To Reduce Recidivism and Promote Successful
Reentry<http://www.ojp.gov/ProgramPlan/section4.htm>

- Effective Interventions To Address Violence, Victimization, and
Victims’ Rights <http://www.ojp.gov/ProgramPlan/section5.htm>
- Enhancing Law Enforcement
Initiatives<http://www.ojp.gov/ProgramPlan/section6.htm>
- Supporting Innovation in
Adjudication<http://www.ojp.gov/ProgramPlan/section7.htm>
- Advancing Technology To Prevent and Solve
Crime<http://www.ojp.gov/ProgramPlan/section8.htm>
- Innovations in Justice Information
Sharing<http://www.ojp.gov/ProgramPlan/section9.htm>

Also available, instructions on how to apply for
Continuation<http://www.ojp.gov/ProgramPlan/appendixa.htm>and Formula
Grants <http://www.ojp.gov/ProgramPlan/appendixb.htm> and assistance, a
Glossary <http://www.ojp.gov/ProgramPlan/appendixc.htm> of acronyms and
definitions, answers to Frequently Asked
Questions<http://www.ojp.gov/ProgramPlan/appendixd.htm>,
and an alphabetical Index <http://www.ojp.gov/ProgramPlan/appendixe.htm> of
the programs found in the Plan. Visit the Program
Plan<http://www.ojp.gov/ProgramPlan/index.htm>today!
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