Coronavirus Emergency Supplemental Funding Program
The Indiana Criminal Justice Institute is seeking applications for the Coronavirus Emergency Supplemental Funding (CESF) Program. This federal reimbursement formula grant seeks to provide funding to eligible counties to prevent, prepare for, and respond to the coronavirus. The award period for this program is January 20, 2020, to January 19, 2022.
This award is governed by 2 C.F.R. Part 200 and the DOJ Grants Financial Guide. All applicants must adhere to all provisions set forth in federal and state statute, regulation, or rule.
The following entities are ELIGIBLE to apply:
- Indiana counties listed on the ICJI local allocation list may submit one (1) application per county, not to exceed the amount listed on the eligibility list. The applying county will be responsible for ensuring funds, or the products of those funds, are equitably dispersed among entities within the applying county that maintain a criminal justice nexus (e.g., law enforcement, courts, jails, prosecution, etc.).
The ICJI local allocation list can be found here: Eligible counties
The following entities are NOT ELIGIBLE to receive funding directly from ICJI:
- Indiana counties, cities, municipalities, etc. that are eligible to receive funding directly from the U.S. Department of Justice (listed on the federal direct allocation list below) will not be eligible to receive CESF funding directly from the ICJI. This includes a city/municipality contained within a county eligible to receive the direct award from ICJI. The county should direct funds to jurisdictions within the county NOT listed on the federal direct allocation list.
The federal direct allocation list may be found here: Federal direct allocation list
How to apply
For eligible counties, please complete the following application and send it to your assigned ICJI program manager, which can be found listed at the top of the 'eligible counties' document (Note: To see a sample application, please click here).