2012 Court Reform Grant Applications Now Available
May 2, 2012 by Editor
The Indiana Supreme Court Division of State Court Administration announced that the application for 2012 Court Reform Grants is now available online. The application is available at courts.in.gov/admin/2420.htm.
The Division encourages judges to apply for a grant. The money awarded can help improve your local court system. Up to $30,000 per grant request is available for initial study grants, while up to $40,000 per request is available for implementation grants. Last year, the Court awarded $280,510 to a total of 10 counties.
Requests for the following projects will be given priority consideration:
- Unified court administration
- Multi-county and/or multi-district problem-solving courts
- Measuring court performance through use of CourTools
- Studies and/or implementation of ways courts could consolidate judicial responsibility for court records
- Modern court technology
For more information on these categories and the types of grants awarded please refer to the Court Reform Grant Application. Grant applications are due by June 1, 2012.