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Office of Criminal Justice Programs
Bill Scollon, Director


Federal Reports

OCJP Releases State Fiscal Year 2015 Strategic Plans:

The Tennessee Office of Criminal Justice Programs (OCJP) manages a systematic, year-round cycle for determining the communities’ needs, identifying the justice system’s problems, setting program priorities, making grant allocation decisions, managing those funded projects, and evaluating the results of those decisions. Strategic program management is a structured process that looks three to five years ahead of daily grants management activities at the changing needs of Tennessee’s justice system. OCJP tracks problems surfacing in the criminal justice system, monitors trends in Tennessee’s communities, assesses the condition of the state’s resources, and measures the recent performance of OCJP-funded programs. All this information helps OCJP focus its future program descriptions, set its funding priorities, prepare its budget requests, and direct its limited resources into areas that promise the best return for the public’s investment.

FY 2015 Statewide Strategy for Drug and Violent Crime Control and Criminal Justice System Improvement Update

FY 2012 Statewide Strategy for Drug and Violent Crime Control and Criminal Justice System Improvement (Full Report)

FY 2015 Victim Services Strategic Plan

FY 2013 OCJP Annual Report

FY 2012 OCJP Annual Report

STOP Implementation Plan 2014 - 2016