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** Calendar Year (CY) 2021 Sexual Assault Services (SAS) Formula Program Solicitation for New Projects **

* NEW* Due Date:  March 16, 2021 by 11:00 p.m. MDT

This program is authorized by 34 U.S.C. § 12511.  The SAS Formula Program was created by the Violence Against Women and Department of Justice Reauthorization Act of 2005, as amended by the technical amendments to that Act.  The SAS Formula Program directs grant dollars to states and territories to assist them in supporting rape crisis centers and other nonprofit, nongovernmental organizations or tribal programs that provide direct intervention and related assistance to victims of sexual assault, without regard to age.  For additional information about this program, see and  You may also contact the program manager Julie Brotzman at (208) 884-7041 or

To apply, click on the above Grants Management System tab.

Instructions for New Applications
CY 2021 SAS Formula Program Solicitation for New Projects 
(Updated Evaluation Questions – February 9, 2021)
Expense/Match Budget Detail Worksheet
(Updated Two-Year Expense/Match Budget Detail Worksheet – February 11, 2021)
Letter of Nonsupplanting Example
Confidentiality Notice Form
Disclosure of Lobbying Activities
SAS Formula Program Evaluation Questions
(Updated Evaluation Questions – February 9, 2021)


FY 2018 Byrne Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Awarded New Projects For CY 2020

2018 JAG Awarded New Projects for CY 2020


Recently Released Publication:

Idaho Criminal Justice Needs Assessment


FY 2020 Coronavirus Emergency Supplemental Funding Program


The Coronavirus Emergency Supplemental Funding (CESF) Program will provide funding to assist eligible states, local units of government, and tribes in preventing, preparing for, and responding to coronavirus.  As the State Administering Agency (SAA) for the CESF Program in Idaho, the Idaho State Police (ISP) will apply for the federal funding allocated to the state and subgrant a portion of these funds to local units of government, state agencies, Tribal governments, and nonprofit or faith-based organizations.

All CESF programs in Idaho must have a criminal justice nexus and use funds for immediate, as well as, future needs related to the coronavirus.

Permissible Uses of Funds

Funds awarded under the CESF Program must be utilized to prevent, prepare for, and respond to the coronavirus.  Allowable projects and purchases include, but are not limited to, overtime, equipment (including law enforcement and medical personal protective equipment), hiring, supplies (such as gloves, masks, sanitizer), training, travel expenses (particularly related to the distribution of resources to the most impacted areas), and addressing the medical needs of inmates in state, local, and tribal prisons, jails, and detention centers.

Once federal funding has been awarded, PGR will publish the solicitation for CESF subgrant applications on our website and send a notification through ILETS and our Mailing List.  To sign up for the Mailing List to receive grant announcements, click on the Resources tab above or the following link:

Any questions please contact Kara Thompson at or (208) 884-7045 or Julie Brotzman at or (208) 884-7041.

Deaths in Custody Reporting Act (DICRA) of 2013

DICRA Guidelines and FAQs

DCRA Form Law Enforcement – Corrections

DICRA Form – Juvenile Facilities

Grant Programs

Below is a listing of Federal Grant Programs for which municipal, county and state agencies, as well as nonprofit agencies, might be eligible. Depending on the grant program, funding is made available to potential grantees on either a formula or competitive basis.

Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG)

STOP Violence Against Women Act

RSAT Grant Program for State Prisoners

Sexual Assault Services Program (SASP)


Research and Data

Idaho Statistical Analysis Center (ISAC)
ISAC Publications
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