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Police1’s Police Grants section provides a comprehensive database of grants, news, information and resources to help law enforcement agencies identify and secure available grant funding.

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A vital grant opportunity for law enforcement agencies
The proposed budget includes a request to fund the Collaborative Reform for Juvenile Justice program to address emergencies in their juvenile justice systems
Comfort dogs, including the Essex County Sheriff’s Department’s yellow lab “Pasky,” are used to promote mental health among workers and the public
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“I have real concerns with the numbers on the police force, but the only thing we can do is put our efforts toward the recruiting process,” Councilman Anthony Coghill said
The guide offers a clear road map for organizations aiming to protect against hate crimes and terrorist threats
The Raleigh Police Department currently employs analysts to monitor footage manually; it aims to select a public safety intelligent management system in the next 6 months
The Mobile Crisis Response Team Community Coalition is funded in part by a more than $500,000 grant from the Bureau of Justice Assistance
Calling their work a “missed opportunity,” the auditor recommended the city adopt a policy to help leaders in different departments coordinate their grant application efforts
The grants will help ensure local communities have the resources and capabilities to prevent threats to the homeland
The C.O.R.E (Community Outreach Recruitment & Engagement) unit features spaces for meetings, gaming and sports, offering a new option for community policing
The program is currently being implemented in four Chandler elementary schools where sixth graders are taught four classes covering topics such as leadership and cyber dilemmas
The funding will boost Community-Led Crisis Response Teams, enhancing coordination between law enforcement and mental health professionals during mental health crises
This guide will help you submit a successful application, enabling your agency to meet its funding requirements and effectively tackle future challenges
Priority for the grant will be given to ranges used by multiple agencies or those allowing civilian use for activities like concealed carry training
Prioritize first responder safety and wellness with grants to support initiatives for mental health, resilience and physical fitness
Learn to navigate the complexities of state and federal grant programs
The funds can be used to provide salary increases, hire additional staff, or purchase vehicles, firearms, and safety equipment
The “Handle with Care” initiative, funded by a $1 million federal grant, will train 400 Philadelphia officers and teachers across 15 schools to help students who are dealing with trauma from witnessing violence
Whether your agency is applying for the first time or looking to replace outdated equipment or expand your BWC, this guidance can help you succeed
The Flock Safety camera system will be installed at 100 intersections to combat organized retail theft, motor vehicle theft, and support other critical public safety needs
The money is used to pay officers $70 an hour to work secondary shifts through a program spearheaded by St. Louis police Chief Robert Tracy
Police department chiefs and sheriffs have been given broad discretion in how to use the funds; some planned uses include adding body camera programs, purchasing new cruisers and updating training
The water rescue kits will allow police officers to safely and effectively provide rescue efforts immediately, Aurora Police Department officials stated
The Brooklyn Park Police Department will take the lead in steering youths and young adults away from violent crime after partnerships with community organizations didn’t bring desired outcomes, officials said
Teledyne FLIR is collaborating with to support eligible law enforcement agencies seeking public safety grants for their drone programs
The money is intended to go toward salaries for sheriffs and deputies, as well as boost recruitment and retention efforts