Welcome to the Kentucky Justice and Public Safety Cabinet's Electronic Grants Management System. This system was designed to help both grant applicants and staff to more effectively organize and manage grant related information.

With close to 8,000 employees, the Kentucky Justice and Public Safety Cabinet (JPSC) is the second largest agency in state government.

It is the state entity responsible for criminal justice services which encompass law enforcement and training; prevention-education and treatment involving substance abuse; adult and juvenile incarceration; autopsies, death certifications and toxicology analyses; special investigations; paroling of eligible convicted felons; and long range planning and recommendations on statewide criminal justice reform issues.

As a national leader in criminal justice, the Justice and Public Safety Cabinet's vision is to continuously improve public safety and the quality of life.

For general assistance with this site, program related questions or help obtaining a username/password please call your grant administering agency listed below:

Agency

Contact Number

Grant Program

Approx Release Date

Program Information

Grants Management Branch           (502) 564-3251
Office of the Secretary

Justice Assistance Grant (JAG)

February

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Law Enforcement Service Fee (LSF)

Februrary

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Violence Against Women Act (VAWA)

September

Click Here
Click Here for VAWA ARRA

Victims of Crime Act (VOCA)

May

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Champions

May

Click Here

Department of Juvenile Justice

502-229-6799

Title II
Title II DMC Assessment
Title II JDRAI

May
May
May

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Click Here
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(502) 429-7725

Title V

May

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Office of Drug Control Policy           (502) 564-9564
Office of the Secretary

Drug Task Force

March

 

ASAP

May

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Department of Corrections

(502) 564-7290

Community Corrections

March

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Kentucky State Police

(502) 695-6300

EUDL

 

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Kentucky Vehicle Enforcement

(502) 564-3276

MCSAP

 

 



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