|Federal Funding||$ 93,597.7||24.0||$ 83,845.6||18.0|
|Violence Prevention and Reduction||$ 24,989.1||21.0||$ 19,622.1||24.0|
|Adult Redeploy Illinois||$ 7,542.4||13.0||$ 7,595.3||12.0|
|Restore, Reinvest, and Renew (R3) Program||$ 5,362.2||11.0||$ 702.5||5.0|
|Victim Services||$ 4,460.1||6.0||$ 4,951.5||6.0|
|Mental and Physical Health||$ 410.1||1.0||$ 198.4||1.0|
|Research Programs||$ 183.6||1.0||$ 18.2||1.0|
|Totals||$ 136,545.2||77.0||$ 116,933.6||67.0|
Totals may not add due to rounding.
Created in 1983, The Illinois Criminal Justice Authority (Authority) is a state agency dedicated to improving the administration of criminal justice. The Authority brings together key leaders from the justice system and the public to identify critical issues faced by the criminal justice system in Illinois, and to propose and evaluate policies, programs, and legislation that address those issues. The agency also works to ensure the criminal justice system in Illinois is efficient and effective.
The Authority’s specific powers and duties are detailed in the Illinois Criminal Justice Information Act (20 ILCS 3930).
The responsibilities of the Authority generally fit into four areas: grants administration; research and analysis; policy and planning; and information systems and technology.
Research and Analysis
Policy and Planning
Information Systems and Technology