The Byrne/JAG Grant Program, administered in Broward County by the United Way of Broward County Commission on
Substance Abuse (UWBCCSA), is a partnership among federal, state, and local governments to create safer
communities. The Byrne/JAG Grant Program, created by the Anti-Drug Abuse Act of 1988, places emphasis on drugrelated
crime, violent crime, and serious offenders, as well as multi-jurisdictional and interstate efforts to support
national drug control priorities.
The Byrne/JAG Grant Program falls under the jurisdiction of the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE), Office
of Criminal Justice Grants which apportions the money to each county in the state. The distribution to the counties is
based on a combination of population and crime statistics.
Broward had received for a number of years, approximately $1 million dollars annually. Projects must comply with the
federally authorized program areas. They include a range of activities such as prevention, intervention, treatment,
enforcement, domestic violence, and equipment needs.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR 2015-16 FUNDING CYCLE
BROWARD COUNTY, BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
HUMAN SERVICES DEPARTMENT, COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS DIVISION
Byrne JAG Funding Information for Fiscal Year 2016
Effective for the upcoming FY15/16 Byrne JAG grant cycle, agencies in Broward County interested in submitting proposals for Byrne JAG funding will be required to utilize the Broward County grant application process.
Due to recent changes in federal guidelines affecting grant administration, Broward County will be responsible for the development, coordination and monitoring of JAG-Countywide funds through the County’s formal solicitation review and award process. These funds were previously administered and coordinated through the United Way of Broward County.
All agencies interested in receiving information regarding the upcoming FY15/16 Byrne JAG funding opportunity, and to download the Request for Proposal Document (RFP) when it is available must register on the Human Services Department Community Partnerships Division website located at http://webapps.broward.org/CommunityPartnershipsRFP. Registration is free. Agencies are encouraged to register right away.
Questions regarding the County’s registration process should be directed to Linda Krepel, RFP Coordinator by E-mail: email@example.com.
For more information, please contact:
Director of Contract Administration