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Understanding grant terminology; Building new programs on old foundations | July 26, 2013

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In this month's eNews, Linda Gilbertson covers some of the grant terminology you may come across during your time working on grants in part 1 of a 2 part series.

And Denise Schlegel explains how to create a new, community-based program with a research based approach. 

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Grant Application First Aid Kit

Understanding grant terminology

By Linda Gilbertson
Grants is like a lot of other disciplines — there is a whole new vocabulary you need to know if you want to be an effective grant manager for your agency. So here are a few of the most common words and phrases you will encounter. High risk
 
Grant Deadline
Byrne Justice Assistance Grant Program (JAG) - Michigan 07/26/2013
Criminal Justice Oil Impact Funds 07/26/2013
Pennsylvania Office of Traffic Safety Grant 07/26/2013
State Homeland Security Grant Program 07/26/2013
2013 School Security Competitive Grant Program 07/29/2013
FY14 Indiana Operation Pull Over Enforcement Grant 08/01/2013
Indiana DUI Task Force Traffic Safety Grant 08/01/2013
Innovative Traffic Safety Projects 08/01/2013
Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) - Nebraska 08/05/2013
Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) - New Mexico 08/08/2013
Home Depot Community Impact Grants Program 08/13/2013
Iowa Traffic Safety Improvement Program Grant 08/15/2013
Ben Roethlisberger Foundation K-9 Grant Program 08/15/2013
Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) - Tennessee 08/19/2013
2013 Video Recording of Statements Equipment Grant 08/30/2013

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Creating new community programs with a research-based approach

By Denise Schlegel
When you have a new innovative idea you still need to lean on all of the past outcomes and build your new idea on the foundation which exists in the law enforcement industry. How to do it
 
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