OJJDP FY 17 Missing and Exploited Children Training and Technical Assistance

The Missing and Exploited Children's Training and Technical Assistance (MEC TTA) Program provides assistance to prosecutors, state and local law enforcement and child protection personnel, medical providers, and other child-serving professionals to strengthen multidisciplinary responses to and improve

prosecution of child victimization cases.

OJJDP funds the MEC TTA Program to build the capacity of state and local agencies and to encourage the development and implementation of best practices related to the investigation and prosecution of cases of missing and exploited children.

The successful applicant will address unmet needs within missing and exploited children's programming through the development and distribution of strategic training and technical assistance.

In collaboration with OJJDP, the successful applicant will conduct an analysis of existing training offerings and national needs, with particular emphasis on underserved (rural and more isolated communities) and unserved jurisdictions.

Based on the development of a strategic training and technical assistance plan that OJJDP will approve, the successful applicant will develop Webinars, publications and resources, in-person training, distance learning, and jurisdiction-specific technical assistance.

The grantee will work in partnership with leading experts and key organizational stakeholders.

Related Programs

Missing Children"s Assistance

Department of Justice


Agency: Office of Juvenile Justice Delinquency Prevention

Office:

Estimated Funding: $1,800,000


Who's Eligible


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Additional Information of Eligibility:
Eligible applicants are limited to nonprofit and for-profit organizations (including tribal nonprofit and for-profit organizations), and institutions of higher education (including tribal institutions of higher education).

For-profit organizations (as well as other recipients) must forgo any profit or management fee.

OJJDP welcomes applications under which two or more entities would carry out the federal award; however, only one entity may be the applicant.

Any others must be proposed as subrecipients (“subgrantees").

The applicant must be the entity that would have primary responsibility for carrying out the award, including administering the funding and managing the entire project.

Under this solicitation, only one application by any particular applicant entity will be considered.

An entity may, however, be proposed as a subrecipient (“subgrantee”) in more than one application.



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Agency Email:
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Date Posted:
2016-12-12

Application Due Date:
2017-02-13

Archive Date:
2017-04-03




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