Grants Management Branch
The Grants Management Branch (GMB) receives approximately $15-18 million annually from various state and federal grant programs. These funds are disbursed to state and local criminal justice agencies and not-for-profit service providers through grant programs such as the Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grants (JAG), Law Enforcement Service Fee (LSF), Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), Victims of Crime Act (VOCA), and others. Each competitive grant program has its own objectives, allowable uses of funding, matching, and eligibility requirements. GMB also adheres to specific policy priorities as set forth by the Commonwealth of Kentucky. Please see the Subdirectory of Grant Programs for specific information.
||THE AFFORDABLE CARE ACT AND JUSTICE INVOLVED POPULATIONS
THE AFFORDABLE CARE ACT AND JUSTICE INVOLVED POPULATIONS
July 18, 2014
Administrative Office of the Courts Conference Center
We hope you were able to join us for this very exciting and informative event! Participants from across the corrections and health services spectrum came together for a day of sharing ideas and planning solutions.
We want to offer our sincere appreciation to our co-sponsors, National Criminal Justice Association (NCJA) and Bureau of Justice Assistance, U.S. Department of Justice, for making this event so successful!
Please click the following links to access program materials:
7/18/2014 ACA Conference Agenda
7/18/2014 ACA Conference Speaker Bios
7/18/2014 ACA Conference Combined PowerPoint Slides
7/18/2014 Additional ACA Resources
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||KENTUCKY VICTIM ASSISTANCE ACADEMY
We had a great time at the Kentucky Victim Assistance Academy (KVAA) at Barren River State Resort Park this year! Hope you can join us next time. Please check back here for developments in 2015.
Please click below for links to Academy materials.
||INFORMATION OF INTEREST
Grants Management Branch Overview
Please select the link above to view the GMB Policy and Procedures Manual.
JPSC Discrimination Policy
This policy is applicable to employees, clients, customers, and/or program participants of all recipients and subrecipients of U.S. Department of Justice federal grant funds managed by the Cabinet, and may be viewed by selecting the link above.
Grants 101, US Dept. of Justice
The Office of Justice Programs, USDOJ, maintains a Grants 101 webpage to help grantees with application tips and navigating the process of applying for one of their highly competitive grants. Check it out at: http://www.ojp.gov/grants101/
How Applicants Find and Manage Grants
The Maryland Governor's Grants Office recently conducted a constituent survey about grants-seeking and grants-management activity. 289 people responded to the survey. 36.6% were from non-profit organizations, 22.8% local governments, 17.6% state agencies, 13.4% higher education, and 8.9% individuals responding for themselves. See the survey details at:
Affected agencies must complete and submit to GMB the form found at the link above to request a hiring exemption.
||OTHER JUSTICE & PUBLIC SAFETY CABINET GRANT LINKS
Tanya L. Dickinson – Branch Manager
Lekita (Kita) Barnes, Resource Management Analyst
Janet Brock, Program Internal Policy Analyst-Supervisor
Lindsey Bybee, Financial Analyst
Ruth Edwards, Program Internal Policy Analyst
Mark Fincel, Financial Internal Policy Analyst-Supervisor
Elinor Harris, Financial Internal Policy Analyst
Sandra Harston, Program Internal Policy Analyst
Donna Jones, Program Internal Policy Analyst
Rosaland Moss, Financial Internal Policy Analyst
Bobbie Rhodus, Resource Management Analyst-Support Services Supervisor
Marjorie Stanek, Research Coordinator, Statistical Analysis Center
||CONTACT GRANTS MANAGEMENT BRANCH
125 Holmes Street
Frankfort, KY 40601