CALIFORNIA GANG REDUCTION, INTERVENTION AND PREVENTION PROGRAM by tfl42712

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									      CALIFORNIA GANG REDUCTION, INTERVENTION AND PREVENTION PROGRAM
                        Component: 50.30.907, 40.30.907

PROGRAM OVERVIEW

Governor Schwarzenegger’s California Gang Reduction, Intervention and Prevention
(CalGRIP) Initiative was appropriated $9,215,000 in the State Budget for FY 2008/09. The
CalGRIP Program provides grants to cities using a local collaborative effort for gang
prevention, intervention, reentry, education, job training and skills development, family and
community services, and suppression activities. There was $6,253,000 allocated competitively
for cities, and $2,000,000 allocated for community based organizations. In addition, the City of
Los Angeles Mayor's Office was non-competitively allocated $962,000.

For FY 2009/10, there is a total allocation of $8,215,000 for cities and $1,000,000 non-
competitively allocated for the City of Los Angeles Mayor’s Office. Community based
organizations are not eligible to receive funding for FY 2009/10. The competitive request for
proposal (RFP) was released on December 1, 2009. It is anticipated the announcement of the
selected projects will be made February 2010. Grant awards will commence on April 1, 2010.

FUNDS AWARDED

 Fiscal Year                      Types of Funding                                               Total Funding

 FY 2008/09                       State Restitution Funds FY 2008                                $ 9,215,000
 FY 2009/10                       State Restitution Funds FY 2009                                $ 9,215,000
 FY 2010/11                                                                                      Unknown

2008/09 PERFORMANCE STATISTICS*

 2,317               Individuals who received Prevention services.
 1,812               Individuals who received Intervention services.
 67                  Individuals who received Re-entry services.
 2,343               Individuals who received Education services.
 1                   Individuals who received Job Training and Skills Development services.
 2,452               Individuals who received Family and Community services.
 458                 Individuals who received Suppression Activity services (including arrest).
 357                 Individuals who received Other services.
* These statistics reflect the first two quarters of the grant period beginning April 1, 2009.


2009/10 PERFORMANCE STATISTICS
Not Available

2010/11 PERFORMANCE STATISTICS
Not Available


The California Emergency Management Agency                                                                       GR Program
Program 50 - Criminal Justice Programs

								
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