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Dear PoliceGrantsHelp Member,

In this installment of grants news, we explain how major changes are impacting Homeland Security grants this year, with the May 4 deadline fast approaching.

Also, we take a look at the story behind JAG and the officer whose sacrifice led to the creation of the program.

The PoliceGrantsHelp Team
Secrets to Getting Police Grants
Major changes announced for Homeland Security Grants
By Denise Schlegel
The Department of Homeland Security has made dramatic changes to the preparedness grants offered through the department. A $1 billion dollar cut in funding has been made and many programs have been eliminated. Due May 4
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Going for Grants
Grant program is a reminder of officer's sacrifice
By Brian Harris
On February 26, 1988, a young officer only two years into his job with the NYPD was shot and killed while sitting in a marked police vehicle working witness protection. His death became the catalyst for a more intensive approach to dealing with the nation's drug problem. Grant born
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 Mo. police department gets $55K grant
 New police car provided by federal grant in Ark.
 Minn. police get grants to help cardiac arrest patients
 Police fight underage drinking with grant in SC

 All Grant News
Upcoming Grants
Grant Estimated Date
New Jersey Highway of Traffic Safety Grants 04/30/2012
Missouri State and Community Highway Safety Grant Program 05/01/2012
Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant - Nebraska 05/02/2012
Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant - Delaware 05/04/2012
Kentucky Highway Safety Grant 05/04/2012
Paul Coverdell Forensic Science Improvement Grants Program 05/04/2012
Washington Traffic Safety Grant 05/11/2012
Federal JAG Grant Program 05/14/2012
New York State's Highway Safety Grant 05/15/2012
Utah Highway Safety Grant Program 05/15/2012

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