The Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice (CCJJ) provides supplemental funding through state and federal grants to Utah state agencies, counties, municipalities, and other local organizations that provide programs and services which support and improve the criminal justice ecosystem in Utah.
Grants management system
CCJJ provides online financial reporting capabilities for all subgrantees.
All Financial Status Reports (FSRs) need to be submitted in CCJJ’s Grants Management System (GMS) via the Internet. Due to some technical difficulties, GMS can only be accessed with the web browser Firefox. If you do not have Firefox, you will need to download the free web browser here. Instructions on how to submit FSRs can be found on the Grant Resources Page.
IMPORTANT! Grantees are required to take the Civil Rights and Discrimination Policy Training annually prior to submitting their first FSR. The Civil Rights Training and the Procedures for Responding to Discrimination Complaints can be found on the Grant Resources page.
Meet our grants management team
Director, Research & Data
Juvenile Justice Specialist
Director, Domestic & Sexual Violence