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Dear PoliceGrantsHelp Member,

In this installment of grants news, we explain important changes to the Central Contactor Registry that can make the grants process easier for you.

Also, getting private funding for officers' salaries and overtime is an uphill battle, but using a few innovative ideas can help you capture the attention of private donors.

The PoliceGrantsHelp Team
Secrets to Getting Police Grants
Grant contracting: The transition from the CCR to SAM
By Denise Schlegel
If you've applied for a federal grant, you should be aware that you must have registered with the Central Contactor Registry and have a Data Universal Numbering System. That system is about to change, and there are a few things you should know before it does. Makes things easier
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Private Funding for Public Safety
How to create winning grant program ideas
By Sarah Whelan
I can tell you definitively that you have almost no chance of receiving money from a private foundation to pay for officers' salaries or for overtime patrols. To obtain private funding, you will need to come up with innovative ideas that appeal to private donors. Try these methods
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 Grant helps Mass. police keep 6 officers

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Ben Roethlisberger Foundation K9 Grants 08/01/2012
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FY 2013 Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant - Indiana 08/15/2012
Iowa Traffic Safety Improvement Program Grant 08/15/2012
Union Pacific Foundation: Community-Based Grant Program 08/15/2012

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