STOP Formula Grant Program
The STOP (Services, Training, Officers, and Prosecutors) Violence Against Women Formula Grants are awarded to states to develop and strengthen the criminal justice system’s response to violence against women and to support and enhance services for victims. Each state and territory must allocate 25 percent of the grant funds to law enforcement, 25 percent to prosecution, 5 percent to courts, and 30 percent to victim services. The remaining 15 percent is discretionary within the parameters of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA). Grant awards are made to state governments, and interested tribes and organizations should contact their respective State Administrative Agency for information about obtaining funding from this program.
Big Changes Are Coming
On Sept. 22, the Grants Management System (GMS) that OVW grantees have been using to report OVW-funded activities will be closed, and on Oct. 15, a new progress reporting platform—JustGrants—will open. Please see the JustGrants website for more about the transition, and view the OVW Action Dates memo for transition-related date and deadline information. STOP Formula administrators will continue to submit subgrantee data directly to VAWA MEI and then submit their form using JustGrants. The instructions and reporting tools on this website will be updated as soon as possible this fall to help grantees prepare.
Forms & Instructions
STOP Formula All State Profiles
All State Profiles present a snapshot of aggregate STOP-funded accomplishments during each calendar year.