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Week 439
May 27, 2009

Editor's Note:

With the Byrne/JAG deadline extended and the opportunity to apply for State Stabilization funds somewhat open-ended, we want to make sure you have the information you need to write successful grant applications. Today, we bring you a helpful article from PoliceGrantsHelp expert contributor Margaret Stark, who lists the Top 11 reasons why grant applications are declined. We encourage you to review this before your submit your next application.

— Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Senior Editor

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Royal Canadian Mounted Police Constable Wally Silver, left, talks with U.S Coast Guard Lt. Cmdr. James Marquez about the Shiprider program. (AP Photo)

The United States and Canada adopted an agreement that allows law enforcement authorities of both nations to share personnel and cross the border more easily to fight human, drug and weapon smuggling on waterways that separate them.

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Common reasons LE grant applications are denied
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Pay attention to deadlines. Read the instructions. Do not exceed the page limitations stipulated in the instructions. Make sure the number of items you request are in line with the size of your department and your service area. These tips seem like “no brainer” things, but they’re also among the top reasons grant proposals are rejected. Remember, “needy, not greedy!” ... Full column
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News and Announcements

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