What is the Public Safety Grant Support Center?
Identifying and tracking grant funding opportunities can be difficult
and time consuming. Subscribing to the Public Safety Grant Support Center ($175 per year)
can be a major step forward towards simplifying this process. Our experts
follow developments in the Public Safety Grant arena and deliver this information
to you in a timely, convenient manner.
How to Use the Grant Support Center
The Access Number needed to log into the Public Safety Grant
Support Center changes every 30 days. The current access number
is listed in the weekly e-mail that is sent to all subscribers.
After you log into the Grant Support Center, the tabs at the top of
each page are links to that content. Click on the relevant tab to find
the information that you are seeking. For example, current grant funding
opportunities will be listed under Current/Weekly Updates.
If you have difficulty navigating the website or finding information
that you are seeking, please contact us.
The Public Safety Grant Support Center includes:
Bi-Weekly updates with direct links to grant opportunities from federal
public safety grant programs, related government grant programs, and
non-government funding opportunities. Each subscriber receives e-mail notification of new grant funding opportunities. This service also informs
you about grant program changes, application deadline extensions and
any new or updated grant program documents.
Public Safety Grant Funding Bulletin
Online access to the electronic version of the Public Safety Grant
Funding Bulletin. The Grant Funding Bulletin provides a synopsis of opportunities available each month.
This course is designed to increase the effectiveness of applicants to the various public safety, criminal justice, and homeland security grant funding programs. It is the online version of JPMA’s highly regarded two-day workshop on Successful Grantwriting, expanded to incorporate the latest developments in justice, domestic preparedness, and homeland security funding.
- Grant Fundamentals
This is the first class in a series of five within our Basic Public Safety Grant Writing Course. This class focuses on some of the basic concepts in the grant funding process.
- Understanding Grant Programs
This is the second class in a series of five within our Basic Public Safety Grant Writing Course. The course focuses on preparing agencies to participate in a host of criminal justice, public safety, and homeland security grant funding programs by describing the various programs that are available.
- Planning Grant Funded Projects
This class focuses on the important role that planning can play in the grant funding process. In fact, planning is the foundation upon which all grant writing activities should be built.
- Writing Grant Proposals
This class focuses on developing and writing proposals to apply for grant funding.
- Meeting Application Requirements
This is the last class in the Basic Public Safety Grant Writing series. This class focuses on using information within individual application kits to ensure that you are aware of and meet all of the requirements set forth by the granting agency for proposals for funding.
A number of methods of technical assistance are provided to subscribers
Federal Agencies: Information about the grant programs
of Department of Justice, FEMA, Homeland Security and other related
federal government agencies.
State Specific Information: includes contacts for
formula grants, websites, and e-mail addresses are also available.
Non-government funding opportunities: JPMA identifies
those foundation opportunities that are most relevant to public safety
Documents and links that are useful references for
public safety planners, grant writers and grant managers.