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Neighborhood assistance program; Developing a winning application

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 Dear PoliceGrantsHelp Member,

In this month's eNews, Denise Schlegel introduces us to Neighborhood Assistance Projects, also known as Community Service Tax Credit programs, and how law enforcement responding to distressed areas can benefit from participating in them.

And PGH Grant Writer Linda Gilbertson follows up last month's column with Part II on developing on successful grant strategy for law enforcement. Hint: It involves picking the right people to make up your grants team.

We hope you are as ready as we are to enjoy the holiday next week.  We will be staffed completely through Wednesday the 27th and back to facilitate your grant requests and questions the following Monday December 2nd. As always, we wish you a safe and happy Thanksgiving!

The PGH Team


Neighborhood assistance projects for crime prevention program

By Denise Schlegel
Neighborhood Assistance Projects are available to develop projects in distressed areas across the country, and law enforcement organizations can benefit from participation in them. Crime prevention component

Part II: Developing a winning grants application

By Linda Gilbertson
After your agency has developed its grant program protocols and you have found an appropriate opportunity to fund a project you really need, it’s time to get busy and create an application that will get you funded. What to do first

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