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Dear PoliceGrantsHelp Member,

In this installment of grants news, we analyze the JAG funding formula and tell you exactly where the money from the $200 million grant program goes.

Also, check out online grant writing training course, designed to teach both novice and experienced grant writers how to write a competitive grant proposal all from the comfort of their computer.

The PoliceGrantsHelp Team
Secrets to Getting Police Grants
JAG report reveals funding formulas for law enforcement awards
By Denise Schlegel
The Bureau of Justice Statistics released a technical report concerning the Justice Assistance Grant Program that describes the formulas used to allocate the state and local JAG awards. In 2012, more than $200 million was available through this program. Where the money goes
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Grant Application First Aid Kit
The 3 parts of a successful grant application, explained
By Linda Gilbertson
When officers come to me and ask if I can find them a grant to buy something, my first questions is, "Why do you need it?" Invariably, their response is, "Because we don't have one." That's the one answer I never want to hear, even if it is precisely why they need it. Dig deeper
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Special Announcement
PoliceGrantsHelp Announces Online Grant Writing Training Course
By Sarah Wilson
PGH is excited to announce the availability of online grant writing training for law enforcement. Taught by one of our Senior Grant Experts, this course is designed to teach both novice and experienced grant writers how to write a competitive grant proposal all from the comfort of their computer. Specific to law enforcement agencies, course participants will learn firsthand about grant writing from the experienced grant team at PoliceGrantsHelp. The grant writing program takes you step by step through the grant process including pre-planning, grant research, developing a problem statement, financial needs and budget development.

Introductory pricing is $89 until 9/30 and will give you access for one year.

For more information on how to get access to this program – contact our Grants team!

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Upcoming Grants
Grant Estimated Date
The Target & BLUE Law Enforcement Grant Program 09/30/2012
Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Program 2012 Existing Project - Georgia 10/05/2012
Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant - Idaho 10/15/2012
Justice Assistance Grant – Law Enforcement (JAG LE) - Ohio 10/31/2012

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