Law Enforcement Training
CJI has been charged with distributing funds to Indiana law enforcement agencies to conduct training and purchase supplies and training materials.
For certifying officials, please click the link below and fill out the form to start the process.
Hope and Help Campaign
The Hope and Help campaign, funded by the U.S. Department of Justice, is a promotional effort by CJI designed to inform the victims of violent crimes of their rights and the resources available to them.
One of the goals of the campaign is to raise awareness about the Indiana Victim Compensation Program, which is managed by ICJI and federally funded. Through the program, qualifying victims and, in some cases, their dependents, may be reimbursed for certain costs incurred as a result of a bodily injury from a violent crime.
Learn more at HopeAndHelpIN.org.
NOW OPEN: ARP Grants to Support Sexual Assault Survivors
As part of the FVPSA program, CJI has received pandemic-related supplemental funding through the American Rescue Plan to support sexual assault survivors across Indiana.Learn more
NOW OPEN: Stop Arm Violation Enforcement (SAVE) Grant
ICJI is now accepting grant applications from police departments for the SAVE Program, which was created by the Traffic Safety Division to provide safe transportation routes for students.Learn more
NOW OPEN: Residential Substance Abuse Treatment (RSAT) Program
Applications are now being accepted for the RSAT for State Prisoners Program, which helps state and local correctional facilities and detention centers develop residential substance abuse treatment programs.Learn more