Office of Criminal Justice Grants

Contact Information

General Information
For general information please call our main line at (850) 617-1250 or email criminaljustice@fdle.state.fl.us. Our mailing address is provided below. If your mail courier will not deliver to a P.O. Box, please contact our office for other available options.

     Office of Criminal Justice Grants
     Florida Department of Law Enforcement
     P.O. Box 1489
     Tallahassee, FL 32302-1489

   
Directory
Main
Email Address Telephone #
criminaljustice@fdle.state.fl.us (850) 617-1250





 

Administration & Leadership
Responsible for the overall management of the bureau, submission and oversight of the bureau's federal awards, coordination of monitoring and federal reporting activities, and providing training and technical assistance to recipients. 
Last Name First Name Job Title Email Address Telephone #
Menacof Cody Bureau Chief           codymenacof@fdle.state.fl.us (850) 617-1267
Montgomery Crystal Government Analyst II crystalmontgomery@fdle.state.fl.us (850) 617-1258
Sanders Krista Government Analyst II kristasanders@fdle.state.fl.us (850) 617-1260
Vacant Office Operations Specialist criminaljustice@fdle.state.fl.us (850) 617-1250
 
Compliance Performance and Reporting (CPR) Unit (Performance & Monitoring Map)
Responsible for all recipient performance reviews, monitoring, audit reviews, award closeouts, etc.
Last Name First Name Job Title Email Address Telephone #
Robinette     Tennille      Supervisor                         tennillerobinette@fdle.state.fl.us (850) 617-1268
Adams Susan Grant Specialist C susanadams@fdle.state.fl.us (850) 617-1255
Derrick Ryan Grant Specialist C ryanderrick@fdle.state.fl.us (850) 617-1271
Emata Sonia Grant Specialist C soniaemata@fdle.state.fl.us (850) 617-1257
Vacant Grant Specialist C criminaljustice@fdle.state.fl.us (850) 617-1272
Vacant Grant Specialist C criminaljustice@fdle.state.fl.us (850) 617-1269
State Financial Assistance (SFA) Team (SFA Map)
Part of the CPR Unit, this team is responsible for the overall management of OCJG's SFA programs.
Ferrara Angela Government Analyst II angelaferrara@fdle.state.fl.us (850) 617-1253
Halvorson Elizabeth Government Analyst II elizabethhalvorson@fdle.state.fl.us (850) 617-1259
Stark Patricia Government Analyst II patriciastark@fdle.state.fl.us (850) 617-1252
 
Subgrant Application & Management (SAM) Unit (Grant Manager Map)
Serves as the primary point-of-contact for recipients and is responsible for all federal award applications, grant adjustments, claims, financial closeouts, and program generated income (PGI) reporting.
Last Name First Name Job Title Email Address Telephone #
Miller Amber Supervisor                          ambermiller@fdle.state.fl.us (850) 617-1269
Blankenship Beverly Grant Specialist B beverlyblankenship@fdle.state.fl.us (850) 617-1270
Cramer Lynne Grant Specialist B lynnecramer@fdle.state.fl.us (850) 617-1251
Joiner Belkis Grant Specialist B belkisjoiner@fdle.state.fl.us (850) 617-1262
McCammon Avery Grant Specialist B averymccamon@fdle.state.fl.us (850) 617-1383
Munt Kimberly Grant Specialist B kimberlymunt@fdle.state.fl.us (850) 617-1266
Queior Alexis Grant Specialist B alexisqueior@fdle.state.fl.us (850) 617-1254
Smith Melissa Grant Specialist B melissasmith@fdle.state.fl.us (850) 617-1256
Smith Robin Grant Specialist B robinsmith@fdle.state.fl.us (850) 617-1261
 
How to File a Complaint
Individuals have the right to participate in programs and activities of USDOJ grant recipients or subrecipients without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, religion, disability, or age, as provided under federal law.

Recipient clients, customers, program participants, applicants, or consumers who wish to file a discrimination complaint against FDLE OCJG or one of FDLE's recipients should submit a Complaint Form as outlined in the FDLE OCJG Complaint Procedures.
 
Webpages
If you experience broken links or any other various problems with OCJG's webpages, please contact (850) 617-1250 or email criminaljustice@fdle.state.fl.us.


Florida Department of Law Enforcement Priorities

FDLE is composed of five areas: Executive Direction and Business Support, Criminal Investigations and Forensic Science, Criminal Justice Information, Criminal Justice Professionalism and Florida Capitol Police. FDLE’s duties, responsibilities and procedures are mandated through Chapter 943, FS, and Chapter 11, FAC. To learn more about these areas, read our Statement of Agency Organization and Operation or visit our Open Government page.