Crime prevention and restorative justice grants 

Civil Forfeiture Fund (CFF)

Applications for the Civil Forfeiture Fund are now being accepted for crime prevention or victims of crime programs.

Funding requests can range from $50,000 to $500,000 per project for up to two years. These programs must respond to the needs of:

  • children, youth, and/or their families at risk of becoming involved in criminal activity (including gang involvement)
  • victims of crime or those at-risk of becoming a victim of crime

This funding is available for use over a period of up to two years for projects using innovative, promising and proven practices. Grant applications will be accepted until noon December 13, 2013.

Application form and guidelines

Contact safecommunities@gov.ab.ca if you have trouble downloading the form, or need further information.

Contact the Crime Prevention and Restorative Justice Unit Office at 780-415-1819 if you have questions about program eligibility or the application submission.

Alberta Community Restorative Justice (ACRJ) grants

The Alberta Community Restorative Justice grant program is available to support the delivery of direct restorative justice mediation services or to enhance the community’s capacity for restorative justice understanding and referral. The deadline for submission is noon on October 15, 2013.

Please contact the Crime Prevention and Restorative Justice Unit Office at 780-638-3881 if you have questions about program eligibility or the application submission.

The 2012-14 Call for ACRJ grant applications is now closed. If you have not yet received a confirmation of receipt either through email or via phone, please contact 780-638-3881 immediately.

ACRJ 2014 Grant Application  - 284 KB Download Adobe Acrobat Reader

If you experience any trouble downloading the form, please contact naomi.jehlicka@gov.ab.ca who will email you the form directly.

Past grant recipients