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2017 Homeland Security Grant Program (HSGP) for California State Agencies RFPThe purpose of this HSGP for California State Agencies is to support state agency security enhancement projects that fall within one of the Cal OES HSGP Investment Justifications.RFP$2,000,000170
2017-18 Probation Officer Training (PT) Program RFAThe purpose of the PT Program is to develop a robust curriculum and delivery of specialized training to California’s probation officers. The training will focus on enhancing probation officers’ knowledge and skills regarding violence against women, specifically in the area of the supervision of probationers convicted of domestic violence, sexual assault, dating violence, and stalking. The Chief Probation Officers of California (CPOC) is the only eligible Applicant to receive funding in calendar year 2018 for this Program.Victim Witness Programs$70,787174
2017-18 Legal Training (LT) Program RFAThe purpose of the LT Program is to provide consistent, quality training, publications, and other materials to public defenders throughout California on crimes against women. Only the California District Attorneys Association (CDAA) and the California Public Defenders Association (CPDA) are eligible to apply for the Legal Training (LT) Program.Victim Witness Programs$1,211,000175
2017-18 Child Sexual Abuse Treatment (CS) Program RFAThe CS Program funds local government agencies and non-profit organizations to provide comprehensive treatment services to child victims of sexual abuse and/or sexual exploitation. Services are directed toward child victims under the age of 18. Services to appropriate, non-offending family members may be provided as support services to help in the child’s recovery. To be eligible to receive funding for the Child Sexual Abuse Treatment (CS) Program, the Subrecipient must be one of the three agencies which received funding for the CS Program in fiscal year 2016-17. Children's Programs$492,000172
2017-18 Drug Endangered Children (DK) Program RFAThe purpose of the DK Training Program is to provide county and regional-wide multi-disciplinary trainings, including one-on-one and small group sessions, for first responders and social services providers throughout the State, to ensure a consistent response for children that live in neglectful homes and are exposed to drugs, drug paraphernalia, grow houses, methamphetamine laboratories, gang activity, and firearms. The only Applicant eligible to apply for the DK Program is the California Narcotic Officers’ Association.RFA$300,000171

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