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Strategic planning and grants; How to find funding for personnel

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 Dear PoliceGrantsHelp Member,

In this month's eNews, Denise Schlegel, Law Enforcement Grant Writing trainer, talks about why strategic planning is not about deciding what you need but how you're going to go about getting it.

Also check out some tips from PGH grant writer Linda Gilbertson on the best places to find funding for personnel, one of the largest expenses an agency has.

The PGH Team

Inseparable partners: Strategic planning and grants

By Denise Schlegel
Why is strategic planning so important for a police department? We know what we need! Well, you might know what you need, but do you know how to prove that you need it? Where planning begins

Find funding for what you need: Personnel

By Linda Gilbertson
Obviously the cost of full time personnel, which includes salary and benefits, is every agency’s largest expense by far, and finding an alternative source of funds can definitely help to supplement your force. So where do you look?

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