Training

The Division of Criminal Justice offers numerous training opportunities for Criminal Justice professionals in a variety of formats, including:

  • Online, self-paced training
  • Regularly scheduled in-classroom trainings and conferences
  • And training by request for your agency.

NOTE: Many of these courses require registration via the State Learning Management System. If you are a NEW user, you must create a new STUDENT ACCOUNT and follow the prompts before you can register for a class.

Community Corrections - BSMART (Behavioral Shaping Model And Reinforcement Tool)

FORMAT: Classroom
LENGTH: 8 hours
COST: Free
AUDIENCE: This training is open to all community corrections professionals including, but not limited to, victim advocates, treatment providers, and probation
REGISTER: View dates and register here: https://idsonline.colorado.gov/CDPS/training/Students/ClassIndex.asp
DESCRIPTION: This one day training is designed for all community corrections staff that are working with clients on the Behavioral Shaping Model and Reinforcement Tool (BSMART). Staff members will learn the foundational principles for effectively utilizing evidence based sanctions when addressing problematic behavior, while incorporating an evidence based contingency management system to reward clients when positive behavior change occurs. Trainees will learn how to target interventions in order to address criminogenic need areas. This course is only applicable for staff members that are involved with the BSMART implementation process.

Community Corrections - Behavioral Interventions

FORMAT: Online
LENGTH: 3 hours
COST: Free
AUDIENCE: This training is open to all community corrections case management and security staff working with clients on the Behavioral Shaping Model and Reinforcement Tool (BSMART).
PREREQUISITE: BSMART 101 is recommended prior to enrolling in this course.
REGISTER: View dates and register here: https://idsonline.colorado.gov/CDPS/training/Students/ClassIndex.asp
DESCRIPTION: This training gives a basic overview of the Behavioral Intervention process and framework, while allowing participants to practice their learned interpersonal communications skills when addressing problematic behaviors or issues with clients. This course is only applicable for staff members that are involved with the BSMART implementation process.

Community Corrections - Evidence Based Practices 101

FORMAT: Classroom
LENGTH: 3 hours
COST: Free
AUDIENCE: Designed for staff who are looking for an introduction to Evidenced Based Practices in Community Corrections or those who are seeking a refresher on this information.
REGISTER: View dates and register here: https://idsonline.colorado.gov/CDPS/training/Students/ClassIndex.asp
DESCRIPTION: This training gives a basic overview of the Eight Guiding Principles of Risk/Recidivism Reduction, Stages of Change, and Risk/Need/Responsivity Principles.

Community Corrections - Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) Training

FORMAT: Classroom

LENGTH: One Full Day

COST: Free

AUDIENCE: Designed for Community Corrections stakeholders (program staff, board staff, & members) who will be involved with PREA investigations.

REGISTER: View dates and register here:  https://idsonline.colorado.gov/CDPS/training/Students/ClassIndex.asp

DESCRIPTION: This PREA training will include: an overview of PREA standards, including the investigative process; interviewing information tailored to the community corrections setting; first responder duties and evidence collection; investigation and substantiating sexual harassment claims; legal liability; report writing; and LGBTQI+ issues and how they pertain to PREA.

Community Corrections - Progression Matrix Case Manager Training

FORMAT: Classroom
LENGTH: 2 Days
COST: Free
AUDIENCE: This training is intended for Community Corrections case managers who are or will be using the progression matrix with clients in Community Corrections.
REGISTER: View dates and register here: https://idsonline.colorado.gov/CDPS/training/Students/ClassIndex.asp
DESCRIPTION:This two day training is designed for IMPACT staff who are or will be conducting case planning activities. Trainees will review and practice using person-centered interviewing skills and giving normative feedback to clients. Trainees will learn the foundational principles of the Progression Matrix, which include the top 8 criminogenic needs, the S.M.A.R.T. method of case planning, and a review of the Eight Guiding Principles for Effective Interventions. They will learn how to collaborate with the client in developing individualized case plans that prioritize criminogenic needs and address the client stage of change.

Community Corrections - Progression Matrix Coaches' Training

FORMAT: Classroom
LENGTH: 2 Days
COST: Free
AUDIENCE: This training is intended for Community Corrections case managers and supervisors who have been selected by their program to be Progression Matrix Coaches.
PREREQUISITE: Coaches must have attended the two day Progression Matrix Case Manager Training prior to registering for this training.
REGISTER: View dates and register here: https://idsonline.colorado.gov/CDPS/training/Students/ClassIndex.asp
DESCRIPTION: Trainees will review the foundational principles of the Progression Matrix which include a review of the Eight Guiding Principles for Effective Interventions, the top 8 criminogenic needs, and the S.M.A.R.T. method of case planning. Trainees will learn about the Coaching and Fidelity Checklist and will practice how to review case plans. Trainees will also learn coaching fundamentals and will practice how to provide coaching and feedback on Progression Matrix case plans.

Community Corrections - Risk-Need-Responsivity Principles

FORMAT: Online
LENGTH: Self-paced (approximately 30 - 45 minutes) 
COST: Free
AUDIENCE: This training is open to all Community Corrections professionals including, but not limited to, victim advocates, treatment providers, and probation.
REGISTER: Please click the following link and set up an account to register for this training: https://cdps-dcjexternal.sabacloud.com/Saba/Web_wdk/NA3P1PRD0028/index/prelogin.rdf .  If you have already set up a Saba account, please click the following link to be taken to the class:  https://cdps-dcjexternal.sabacloud.com/Saba/Web_spf/NA3P1PRD0028/common/ledetail/0000008660
DESCRIPTION: This module on risk, need, and responsivity (RNR) is the first online training in the Office of Community Corrections’ Foundational Training series on Evidence Based Practices in Community Corrections. It will cover the fundamentals of these principles and introduce their role in the Colorado Community Corrections system.

For more information, please contact  Liz Craig at 720-633-3811 or via e-mail at liz.craig@state.co.us

Community Corrections - Sex Offender Management Board Standards Training
FORMAT: Classroom
LENGTH: Half Day (04/06/20, 9am - 12pm)
LOCATION: Office of Community Corrections, 710 Kipling, Suite 200 - CDPS Conference Room, Lakewood, Co 80215
COST: Free

DESCRIPTION: This training will offer participants the opportunity to learn information regarding the function, purview and history of the Colorado Sex Offender Management Board (SOMB) and an overview of the Adult Standards and Guidelines. It will also offer resources, guidelines, and tools provided within the Standards, and by the Board, to assist in the effective supervision of these offenders within the community. Participants will gain knowledge in the use and application of the Adult Standards for the supervision of sex offenders within the community using a detailed PowerPoint and group based discussions. An opportunity for Q & A will be available as well.

REGISTER: View dates and register here: https://idsonline.colorado.gov/CDPS/training/Students/ClassIndex.asp

Click below to access the materials from the class held Monday, April 6, 2020 (will be posted soon):


MORE INFORMATION: Contact Lydia Popovski 720-636-3469 or via e-mail at lydia.popovski@state.co.us

Community Corrections - Sex Offender Management in Community Corrections

FORMAT: Classroom
LENGTH: 3 Days (Must attend all 3 days to receive certificate)
COST: $75
AUDIENCE: This training is open to all case managers, supervisors, clinical staff, and program administrators for community corrections programs that supervise sex offenders; community corrections board members, and board staff who accept sex offenders; and programs and boards that are considering the possibility of sex offender management.
REGISTER: View dates and register here: https://idsonline.colorado.gov/CDPS/Training/Students/ClassIndex.asp
DESCRIPTION: The class provides knowledge and skills to assist in the safe and effective management of sex offenders in community corrections. Participants gain information and skills-practice regarding state standards and best practices in sex offender management. The training covers a range of topics as described in the Sex Offender Management Board (SOMB) Standards and Guidelines for the Assessment, Evaluation, Treatment, and Behavioral Monitoring of Adult Sex Offenders.


MORE INFORMATION: Contact Lydia Popovski 720-636-3469 or via e-mail at lydia.popovski@state.co.us.

Community Corrections - Standardized Offender Assessment Revised (SOA-R) Basic Training

FORMAT: Classroom
LENGTH: 2 Days
COST: Free
AUDIENCE: State Probation Departments, Community Corrections Programs, Jail-based Behavioral Health Services (JBBS), and Department of Corrections (incl. Parole and TASC)
REGISTER: View schedule and register at https://idsonline.colorado.gov/CDPS/Training/Students/ClassIndex.asp
DESCRIPTION: Trainees will learn to administer and interpret all instruments in the SOA-R process including the Simple Screening Instrument-Revised (SSI-R), the Level of Supervision Inventory (LSI), the Adult Substance Use Survey-Revised (ASUS-R), and the Service/Treatment Recommendation Worksheet (TxRW). Trainees will also learn the interview skills necessary to administer the SOA-R process and will learn the basic stages of change model. Staff will also learn to administer the Colorado Criminal Justice Mental Health Screen for Adults (CCJMHS-A) and all procedures recommended to make a mental health referral for offenders with potential mental health issues.
For more information, please contact Liz Craig at 720-633-3811 or liz.craig@state.co.us.

Community Corrections - Standardized Offender Assessment Revised (SOA-R) Advanced Training

FORMAT: Classroom
LENGTH: 8 hours
COST: Free
AUDIENCE: State Probation Departments, Community Corrections Programs, Jail-based Behavioral Health Services (JBBS), Department of Corrections (incl. Parole and TASC)
PREREQUISITE: Must have completed 2-day SOA-R basic training andhave administered the SOA-R process to offenders for a minimum of three months.
REGISTER: View schedule and register at https://idsonline.colorado.gov/CDPS/Training/Students/ClassIndex.asp
DESCRIPTION: Advanced Training is required for all community corrections case management and clinical staff in order to complete their SOA-R training certification. The course is required three months after successful completion of the formal SOA-R training. After staff have been formally trained on the SOA-R process, and have practical experience with the SOA-R instruments and process, they will return for one more day of advanced training. Trainees will learn an advanced application of the SOA-R process. Emphasis will be placed on several case studies in order to provide a deeper and broader application of the SOA-R process as well as case planning. Staff will not be considered to have completed the SOA-R training until they have successfully completed an Advanced Training course.
For more information, please contact Liz Craig at 720-633-3811 or liz.craig@state.co.us.

Community Corrections/EPIC - Being Trauma Informed

FORMAT: Online  
LENGTH: 4 hours total (2, 2-hour sessions per day)
COST: Free
AUDIENCE: Anyone working in any of the following: Community Corrections, Probation, Parole, and other community partners such as Mental Health and Office of Behavioral Health staff
REGISTER: View dates and register here:  https://idsonline.colorado.gov/CDPS/training/Students/ClassIndex.asp
DESCRIPTION: This 4-hour workshop (offered virtually over two days in 2-hour sessions each day), is based in part on the curriculum designed by the SAMHSA GAINS Center for Behavioral Health and Justice Transformation, How Being Trauma-Informed Improves Criminal Justice System Responses

Participants will begin to develop a deeper understanding of trauma, its impacts, the importance of recognizing trauma responses in themselves and the people they work with, tools to examine and mitigate the effects of trauma, and how to tap into and increase their own resiliency. Exploring trauma impacts regarding the recent COVID 19 pandemic will be featured as part of this workshop. 

Day 1 (2 hours): Trauma, stressors, impacts of, and how traumatization show up in behaviors, coping with trauma, and resiliency
Day 2 (2 hours): Practical application of self-reflection and tools to examine and address our own trauma responses 

DV100: DVOMB & Standards Overview

FORMAT: Online
COST: FREE
AUDIENCE: This training is open to all professionals including, but not limited to, victim advocates, treatment providers, and probation
REGISTER: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/dv100-dvomb-standards-overview-online-webinar-tickets-54659943362
DESCRIPTION: This introductory training provides an overview of the Domestic Violence Offender Management Board (DVOMB) including its role, functions, and the Standards of practice for offender services. The history, impact, and need for a coordinated community response model is presented by looking at the research and case studies regarding domestic violence dynamics and interventions. Using group-based discussions and videos, this training outlines the important aspects of the DVOMB Standards and Guidelines. This includes the philosophy of offender treatment as it relates to victim and community safety, the Multi-Disciplinary Treatment Teams, and an introduction to assessing risk using the Domestic Violence Offender Risk and Needs Assessment (DVRNA). Participants will become more knowledgeable about the evidence-based practices of the Risk, Need, Responsivity (RNR) Principles and how the Standards prescribe a differential treatment model. Finally, this training will offer a brief overview of the application requirements to become listed with the DVOMB and the grievance process.

DV101: Domestic Violence Risk & Needs Assessment (DVRNA)

FORMAT: Classroom
LENGTH: 8 hours
COST: FREE
AUDIENCE: This training is open to all professionals including, but not limited to, victim advocates, treatment providers, and probation
REGISTER: Visit our webpage
DESCRIPTION:This training provides an overview of different types of risk assessment and the importance of utilizing risk assessment practices in the forensic setting. This discussion will include how to distinguish static and dynamic risk factors and why this is important to assessing offender progress. After a review of the research supporting the Risk, Need, Responsivity Principles, participants will review the scoring manual of the Domestic Violence Offender Risk and Needs Assessment (DVRNA). Through this discussion, participants will learn about the supported research for each domain, how each domain is scored, and the development of the DVRNA over time. The second half of this training will transition to application and participants will review three different case studies and score the DVNRA in a group setting.

DV102: DV Offender Evaluation

FORMAT: Classroom
COST: FREE
AUDIENCE: This training is open to all professionals including, but not limited to, victim advocates, treatment providers, and probation
REGISTER:Visit our webpage
DESCRIPTION: This training will give participants the knowledge, skills, and tools for conducting domestic violence offender evaluations in accordance with the DVOMB Standards. After discussing the importance of the offender evaluation as it relates to the development of a comprehensive treatment plan, participants will go through an experiential learning process of developing an offender evaluation from start to finish. This includes how to synthesize and gather all of the necessary information, how to formulate appropriate treatment recommendations and corresponding treatment goals among the group. Finally, this training will offer recommendations for reporting, record keeping, and continuity of care procedures.

DV103: DVOMB Offender Treatment

FORMAT: Classroom
LENGTH: 7 Hours
COST: FREE

REGISTER: Visit our webpage
AUDIENCE: This training is open to all professionals including, but not limited to, victim advocates, treatment providers, and probation.
DESCRIPTION: This training will provide an in-depth review of domestic violence offender treatment with a focus on the requirements of the Standards and best practice modalities and concepts. After a discussion of the differences between traditional psychotherapy and forensic offense specific therapy, this training will cover offender treatment within the context of primary and adjunct interventions, offender contracts, level of offender treatment, core competencies, and ways to measure offender progress and discharge criteria. Additionally, this training will incorporate important clinical issues to consider and the importance of the Treatment Victim Advocate throughout the therapeutic process. This training will have case examples and exercises to engage participants and provide tools for practitioners to utilize.

DV200: DVOMB Community Roundtable Discussion

FORMAT: Roundtable discussion
LENGTH: 8 Hours
COST: FREE

REGISTER: Visit our webpage
AUDIENCE: This training is open to treatment providers, supervision officers, treatment victim advocates, and other interested professionals.
DESCRIPTION: The DVOMB hosts Community Roundtable Discussions at locations around the state. The purpose of discussions is to improve collaboration, engagement, and the exchange of feedback between the Board and communities statewide in a safe and constructive manner. Participants come together to start a dialogue about challenges, opportunities and ways to work together. During the afternoon, additional sessions will be offered on specialized topics.

Domestic Violence Treatment Victim Advocate Training

FORMAT: Classroom
LENGTH: 8 Hours
COST: FREE

REGISTER:Visit our webpage
AUDIENCE: This training is for victim advocates who serve victims of domestic violence.
DESCRIPTION: This training provides an overview of the requirements listed in Section 7.0 of the DVOMB standards and informs Treatment Victim Advocates (TVA) of the new qualification levels. The training also provides best practices and techniques for consultation & coordination, confidentiality, dual roles, documentation, and record retention. This training will also focus on how TVAs can effectively participate and work with the Multidisciplinary Treatment Team (MTT). Finally, much attention will be given to best practices and techniques for supporting victims while the offender is in treatment, which includes:

  • Information sharing with victims (initially, ongoing advocacy contacts, court/custody, releases of information, etc.)
  • Working effectively with system and community-based victim advocacy organizations
  • Safety planning considerations and strategies
  • Record keeping requirements
Female Sexual Offenders

FORMAT: YouTube Video
LENGTH: 90 Minutes
AUDIENCE: Professionals who manage or interact with female sexual offenders.
DESCRIPTION: Video recorded of a presentation to the Sex Offender Management Board about female sexual offenders. Click the links below to watch the videos.
Female Sexual Offenders Part I
Female Sexual Offenders Part II

Human Trafficking: Training Tailored to Your Organization

FORMAT: Presentation tailored to your industry/organization
LENGTH: Varies, typically 2 hours
COST: Free
AUDIENCE: Any agency, business, or organization that wants to learn more about human trafficking in Colorado
REGISTER: Contact Camerron Resener (720.667.9041) to discuss, schedule, and tailor your presentation. 
DESCRIPTION: Human Trafficking experts from the Division of Criminal Justice can come to your organization, or event, to give a presentation tailored to your audience, including: an overview of human trafficking, local and national trends, indicators of human trafficking, and what actions you can take to combat human trafficking.

Implementation of Evidence-Based Practices

FORMAT: Customized technical assistance for your individual agency
LENGTH: Long-term, delivered via a series of consultations over a period of time
COST: Free
AUDIENCE: Agencies that receive state funding to work with criminal justice populations. Find out more about eligibility on the Working with EPIC page.
REGISTER: All training is by request
DESCRIPTION: Learn more on at the EPIC Resource Center.

MAYSI-2 (Youth Mental Health Needs Assessment)

FORMAT: Online, self-paced. *Must have Adobe Flash player
LENGTH: 5 Modules of varying length
COST: Free
AUDIENCE: Any Criminal Justice professional who works with youth ages 12-17
DESCRIPTION: The Division of Criminal Justice in collaboration with the Colorado State Court Administrator's Office (SCAO) offers this online training on the Massachusetts Youth Screening Inventory-2 (MAYSI-2) Tool. The MAYSI-2 is a screening instrument developed for detecting mental health needs in youth aged 12-17. Designed as a low-cost, easily administered tool, it screens for multiple issues and can be administered in 10-15 minutes. There are 5 training models and several documents which are referenced in the training modules available for download below.
MAYSI-2 Online Training Introduction
MAYSI-2 Online Training Module 1
MAYSI-2 Online Training Module 2
MAYSI-2 Online Training Module 3
MAYSI-2 Online Training Module 4
MAYSI-2 Online Training Module 5
MAYSI-2 Referral Protocol Template
MAYSI-2 Referral Protocol Template Instructions
MAYSI-2 Administrative Referral Protocol Template
MAYSI-2 Referral Protocol- 10th JD Example

OAJJA Grant Administration & Management

FORMAT: Self-guided Instructional Materials
LENGTH: N/A
COST: FREE
AUDIENCE: Representatives of any agency that have received a grant through the Office of Adult and Juvenile Justice Assistance (OAJJA).
DESCRIPTION: These three training modules are designed to take you from the beginning of your grant through the close of your grant. These training sessions can be accessed using the links below. After you complete each module, we ask that you take a very brief survey using the link at the end of the module.
OAJJA Module 101: Grant Administration and Set Up
OAJJA Module 102: Grant Management and Reporting
OAJJA Module 104: Monitoring
Additionally, grantees receiving Federal JAG funds must follow mandatory Federal Performance Measurement Reporting requirements. For more information and training in relation to those requirements, please visit our Grants Page.

Offender Evaluation

FORMAT: Classroom
LENGTH: 8 hours
COST: $80
AUDIENCE: This training is open to all professionals including, but not limited to, victim advocates, treatment providers, and probation
REGISTER: View dates and register here: https://idsonline.colorado.gov/CDPS/training/Students/ClassIndex.asp
DESCRIPTION: This course aims to assist approved providers in complying with the evaluation standards 4.0.

Offender Management Advanced Training Series Courses

FORMAT: Classroom
LENGTH: Varies
COST: Free
AUDIENCE: Adult and Juvenile treatment providers and others who work with offenders.
DESCRIPTION: The Sex Offender Management Board (SOMB) and the Domestic Violence Offender Management Board (DVOMB) offer periodic, advanced training series courses throughout the year. These offerings change each year and additional offerings are scheduled throughout the year, so please check the SOMB Training Events Page to view current and upcoming offerings.
MORE INFORMATION: Visit the SOMB Training Events Page or Contact Marina Borysov at (303)239-4199.

Sex Offender Management - Various Courses Available by Request

FORMAT: In-person presentation to groups of 20+
LENGTH: Varies depending on course
COST: Free
AUDIENCE: Agencies that deal with sex offenders, community corrections, law enforcement, and parents, school staff or community members
REGISTER: Request a training by contacting Raechel Alderete at 303-239-4197 or raechel.alderete@state.co.us. A group of 20+ is required to schedule a training.
DESCRIPTION: The Office of Sex Offender Management can provide the following training upon request from an agency:

  • Adult and Juvenile Standards Booster Training
  • Clinical Supervision Community Education
  • Clinical Supervision
  • Community Education
  • Community Notification
  • Evaluation Guidelines and Intervention Options Matrix for sexual offenders who meet the definition based upon a current non-sex crime, and a history of sex crime conviction or adjudication 
  • Evaluation, Treatment, and MDT Collaboration
  • Federal Sex Offender Legislation, including The Adam Walsh Act
  • Informed Supervision
  • Informed Supervision in Schools
  • Introduction to Adult Standards
  • Introduction to Juvenile Standards
  • Multi-Disciplinary Teams (MDT)
  • Residence and Zoning Restrictions
  • Role of the Victim Advocate in a MDT/CST
  • Section 5.7- Contact With Children
  • Sex Offender 101 (Community Corrections and Law Enforcement)
  • Sex Offender Management Board Development and Review
  • Sex Offender Management Policy and Research
  • Sex Offenders and Suicide
  • "Sexting: Balancing the Law, Teens, Technology, and Bad Choices" (Training for professionals, parents, and/or youth)
  • Sexually Violent Predators
  • Shared Living Arrangements
  • Your Role in Empowering the Victims of Sexual Assault in the Clarification Process
ZoomGrants Grantee Application FAQs and Tips

Completing Applications in ZoomGrants FAQs

This document is updated regularly. Please check back for updates.

ZoomGrants Grantee Basic Navigation and New Accounts

2016/17- Setup for Current Active Grants - Transitional Instructions - If your grant was selected to transition to ZoomGrants (ZG) in 2016, you will have received communication from your DCJ Grant Manager with a username and password. 2016 project information was migrated/entered into the ZG system. Follow these instructions to navigate the ZG system and to validate that the project information was entered correctly.

2016/17 - Transitional Instructions Webinar (Webinar ~ 84 min) - This webinar accompanies the written instructions listed above (2016/17 - Setup for Current DCJ Active Grants - Transitional Instructions).

Navigating ZoomGrants and Setting up New Accounts - New application cycles beginning October 2016, and later will utilize ZoomGrants. Grants will be administered from the project application to close-out. These instructions are intended to cover basic navigation and new user account setup. Note: if your project was initiated outside of ZoomGrants and transitioned to ZoomGrants follow the Transitional instructions above.

Navigating ZoomGrants and Setting up New accounts Webinar (Webinar ~ 67 min) - This webinar accompanies the above written instructions.

ZoomGrants Grantee Post Award Submissions (Payment Request and Reports/Forms submissions)

Quick Reference: Submitting Post Award Submissions (PDF) - This one page quick reference describes where each type of submission should be uploaded or completed within ZoomGrants.

Job Aid: How to Submit Post Award Submissions (PDF) - This job aid provides instructions for Grantees on how to upload Post Award Submissions (Payment Requests, Narrative Reports, and other reporting requirements) to DCJ via ZoomGrants.

ZoomGrants Board/Council Reviewers Basic Navigation

Navigating ZoomGrants for Board/Council Reviewer (PDF) - Basic navigation instructions for logging onto ZoomGrants and moving around the system. Additional job aids will be posted for specific grant programs.

Navigating ZoomGrants Webinar for Board/Council Reviewers (Webinar ~ 37 min) - This webinar accompanies the written instructions listed above (Navigating ZoomGrants for Board/Council Reviewers).

ZoomGrants Board/Council Reviewers Program Specific Job Aids

Job Aid: Council Reviewers for the 2017-2018 State Juvenile Diversion Program &, Marijuana Tax Cash Funds (PDF) - Supplemental Council Review instructions intended to accompany the Basic Navigation instructions .

Job Aid: Board Reviewers for the 2017 Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant Program (JAG) (PDF) - Supplemental Board Review instructions intended to accompany the Basic Navigation instructions.

ZoomGrants Default Email Client

Default Email Client (PDF) - ZoomGrants has the ability to launch an email window to an Applicant/Grantee. DCJ employees use Google as the email client. These instructions provide information on how to update your settings to launch Gmail from ZG.