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Dear PoliceGrantsHelp Member,

In this installment of grants news, we explain how the Bureau of Justice Assistance is asking for input to help revise JAG performance measures and new funding for the Safe Routes to School program could help your department protect students in your community.

Also, our latest poll asked users, "How would you rate your understanding of available public safety grants?" The results may surprise you, and we've used your feedback to put together resources that should help point you in the right direction.


The PoliceGrantsHelp Team
Secrets to Getting Police Grants
Input sought on revised JAG performance measures
By Denise Schlegel
The Bureau of Justice Assistance has released a request for input on the newly revised performance measures for the JAG, giving grantees an opportunity to improve and revise performance measures. Deadline approaching
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Going for Grants
New funding for Safe Routes to School program
By Brian Harris
Last month, a three-year grant totaling $2,999,725 was renewed to the Safe Routes to School National Partnership. The funding will allow programs across the U.S. to continue encouraging students to walk or ride bicycles to school and live healthier lives. Perfect for police departments
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Grants for Law Enforcement
How would you rate your understanding of grants?
By Sarah Wilson
Our latest PoliceGrantsHelp homepage poll results showcase some surprising numbers in terms of law enforcement understanding available public safety grants. Most readers who took the poll said the had minimal knowledge, and needed substantial guidance. Here's where to start
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Council approves new officers through COPS grant 02/24/2012
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