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The Project Safe Neighborhoods Program (PSN) is a national program administered by the U.S Department of Justice (DOJ), Office of Justice Programs (OJP) to address the problem of violent crime in communities across the nation.

Funds for this program are allocated to DOJ’s U.S. Attorney’s Offices (USAO) and awarded to a designated fiscal agent. FDLE’s Office of Criminal Justice Grants (OCJG) was selected by Florida’s three USAO districts to administer these funds for the state.

The PSN program focuses on the following principles:

  • Leadership
  • Partnership
  • Targeted and Prioritized Enforcement
  • Prevention
  • Accountability
Under this program, each USAO district is required to develop a strategic action plan to identify targeted enforcement areas (TEAs) and data-driven strategies to address the problems in those areas. For more information on each USAO district’s strategies, visit the District Information page.