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New Jersey Statutes Title 52. State Government, Departments and Officers 52 § 17B-242.8

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a. The Office of the Attorney General may seek money from the federal government, including but not limited to Victims of Crime Act grants, private foundations, and any other source to fund this initiative.

b. Available federal funding under the “Victims of Crime Act of 1984,” 42 U.S.C. s.10601 et seq., may, to the extent permitted by federal law, be used to award grants for initiatives authorized under this section and to promote the purposes of the New Jersey Violence Intervention Program, which funding shall be in addition to any other funds appropriated, contributed, awarded, or otherwise provided for these purposes.  The Attorney General may establish or provide for such additional conditions, limitations, and requirements on New Jersey Violence Intervention Program applicants and grantees as he or she deems appropriate to promote the purposes of this section and to ensure that any grants relying on federal funding sources or participation are awarded in compliance with federal law.

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