Quarterly Report 9-30-12 1
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July 1, 2012 to September 30, 2012 Residential Substance Abuse Treatment (RSAT) RSAT funding (CFDA 16.593) provides funding support for cognitive based drug treatment programs lasting 6 months to one year for incarcerated offenders. Department of Corrections applied for FFY2011 RSAT funding and was awarded $400,918.36 for state fiscal year 2012. Nationally FFY2012 RSAT funding was reduced 67%. Dpeartment of Corrections applied for FFY2012 RSAT funding and was awarded $148,826.04 for state fiscal year 2013. Seven treatment programs including BJCC Reintegration and Relapse Prevention, WSKCC Key to Life, MACC Catch Program, EWCC RTP, ECCWC RSAT, LCCC RSAT, and MBCC RSAT will continue with support from 2011 and 2012 RSAT funding, 2009 JAG ARRA funding and dedicated DOC revolving funds. With an approved grant extension funding should be sufficient to continue all current programs through November 30, 2012. Funding is sufficient to continue these successful programs through June 30, 2013. Bulletproof Vest Partnership Act (BVPA) BVPA funding (CFDA16.607) is to protect the lives of law enforcement officers by helping State, local, and tribal law enforcement agencies provide officers with armored vests. Funding provides partial reimbursement of up to 50% for qualifying vests. Oklahoma Department of Corrections was a part of the State of Oklahoma‘s FFY2012 application submitted on June 13, 2012. That application was only funded at 8% of the total request. Only limited partial (up to 50%) reimbursement of qualifying vest purchases remains available through September 30, 2013. During September 2012, Department of Corrections reported receipt of 110 vests costing $60,575.32, Partial reimbursement is pending. State Criminal Alien Assistance Program (SCAAP) SCAAP (CFDA 16.606) provides partial reimbursements for costs associated with incarcerating illegal aliens. Oklahoma Department of Corrections applied for 2012 SCAAP partial reimbursement on May 31, 2012. In November 2012 Oklahoma Department of Corrections received partial reimbursement of $711,696. 2010 SMART Adam-Walsh Act Implementation Grant On March 5, 2010 Oklahoma Department of Corrections applied for funding under this program to support expanding biometric capabilities and to provide greater follow-up on delinquencies related to sex offender registration. On September 22, 2010 Oklahoma Department of Corrections was awarded $205,584 under this program. During the quarter, progress continued toward acquisition of the digital fingerprinting equipment purchases planned under the grant. Funding under the grant will remain available through March 31, 2013.
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Corrections, Oklahoma State Department of
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|Title||Grants quarterly report, 07-09/2012|
Oklahoma. Department of Corrections. Grants Administration.
|Purpose||updates on current grants for Department of Corrections|
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