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2011 Coordinated Tribal Assistance (CTAS)

Archive: FY 2011 CTAS | Coordinated Tribal Assistance Solicitation (CTAS)

The Department of Justice is proud to announce the second year of awards under the Coordinated Tribal Assistance Solicitation (CTAS). This year, the Office of Community Oriented Policing Services partnered with the Office of Justice of Programs and the Office of Violence Against Women to award over $118 million to American Indian and Alaska Native communities to enhance law enforcement, bolster justice systems, prevent youth substance abuse, address violence against women, serve crime victims, and support other efforts to combat crime. In previous years, tribes seeking funding for more than one of these purposes would need to submit multiple grant applications. Beginning in Fiscal year 2010 and continuing into Fiscal Year 2011, tribes were able to submit a single application while selecting multiple purpose areas, ranging from juvenile justice to violence against women.

The Department of Justice appreciates the tribal leaders and representatives that attended our formal consultation and practitioner sessions in early October 2010 and those of you who provided feedback in through the CTAS assessment or other means. This feedback was critical in developing the Fiscal Year 2011 solicitation.

In 2011, through the CTAS program, COPS made 106 awards in the amount of $35,413,911 to Tribal communities. Tribes received 86 awards, totaling over $31.6 million to support the hiring and equipment needs of Tribal jurisdictions and 20 awards, totaling over $3.7 million to support methamphetamine initiatives within Indian country.

For more information about the Fiscal Year 2011 award, please visit the Tribal Justice and Safety Website (

2011 CTAS Award List Icon: PDF Document

Under the Coordinated Tribal Assistance Solicitation (CTAS), COPS funded the 2011 Tribal Resources Grant Program, and Tribal Methamphetamine Initiative.

Purpose Area #1: Improve Public Safety and Enhance Community Policing provides funding to federally recognized Tribal jurisdictions with established law enforcement agencies to expand the implementation of community policing and meet the most serious needs of law enforcement in Tribal communities through a broadened comprehensive program.

Purpose Area #2: Methamphetamine Enforcement provides funding to support Tribal law enforcement agencies participation in the development of comprehensive strategies to combat methamphetamine production, use, and trafficking in Tribal communities.



Grant Owner’s Manual: COPS Tribal Resources Grant Icon: PDF Document
Grant Owner’s Manual: COPS Tribal Methamphetamine Initiative Icon: PDF Document
Accepting Your Grant Award FAQs Icon: PDF Document
Special Condition: Criminal Intelligence Systems/28 C.F.R. part 23 Compliance Icon: PDF Document
FAQs about the Grant Payment System (GPRS) Icon: PDF Document
SF-425 Fact Sheet- Online Filing of FFR (SF-425) Quarterly Federal Reports Icon: PDF Document
FAQs about the Federal Financial Report (SF-425) Icon: PDF Document
Helpful Hints Guide for Completing the Federal Financial Report (SF-425) Icon: PDF Document
Federal Civil Rights Statutes and Regulations Memorandum Icon: PDF Document
Change of Information Form Icon: PDF Document
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