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Dear PoliceGrantsHelp Member,

In this installment of grants news, we explain the newly released 2012 Program Plan from the Office of Justice Programs, which includes $2 billion in available funding.

Also, we identify specific places to look for private funding to help bolster your department.

The PoliceGrantsHelp Team
Secrets to Getting Police Grants
DOJ 2012 grant program
plan released
By Denise Schlegel
The US Department of Justice/Office of Justice Programs (OJP) has released its 2012 Program Plan for resources for criminal justice, juvenile justice and victim's services fields — here's what you need to know. $2 billion available
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Private Funding for Public Safety
Private funding for public safety: Know where to look for grants
By Brian Harris
While government programs are the primary source of grant funding for law enforcement, it is possible for departments to get financial support from private family and corporate foundations, but the process is different. Try these foundations
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 All Grant News
Upcoming Grants
Grant Estimated Date
Building and Enhancing Criminal Justice Researcher-Practitioner Partnerships 05/30/2012
State Farm Safety Grant 05/31/2012
Recreational Trails Program Grant 05/31/2012
JAG Smaller Police Agency Crime Initiative (2012) - Wisconsin 05/30/2012
Violence Against Women Act Program - Ohio 05/31/2012
Colorado Highway Safety Grant 06/01/2012
Byrne Criminal Justice Innovation Program Grant 06/07/2012
Project Safe Neighborhoods - Violent Gang and Gun Crime Reduction Program 06/14/2012

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