The overall objective of the FTAP is to help communities identify challenges limiting a more robust implementation of domestic violence firearms laws in their jurisdictions and assist them in establishing a localized response that is best suited to their communities’ unique needs and characteristics. NCJFCJ seeks proposals from communities reflective of the geographic diversity across the country, including rural, urban, suburban, and tribal settings, as well as sites with differing governing laws.
Selected sites will receive ongoing, intensive training, technical assistance, and support from expert staff, consultants, and mentor communities. In addition, it is anticipated that funding will be available for travel expenses for a team to participate in the all-sites meeting and for additional travel to obtain training, participate in site visits and/or peer mentoring activities, or for other purposes related to project activities.
Eligibility: Eligible applicants include: States and U.S. Territories; Indian tribes, Alaska Native villages, and tribal consortia; state, tribal, and local courts; units of local government; victim service providers; and non-profit community organizations.
Deadline for Proposals: 10 p.m. PT on October 15, 2018. Submit all application materials to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Letters of Intent: To assist NCJFCJ in planning for the review process, letters of intent should be emailed to email@example.com by September 12, 2018. Please note, however, that letters of intent are optional. Interested applicants who do not submit a letter of intent by the deadline can still apply.
Applicants will be notified of the selected Firearms Technical Assistance Project (FTAP) communities by March 1, 2019.