Police Grant Writing, LLC is a full-service grant writing, reviewing, and training company that services law enforcement agencies across the U.S.
Whether you are looking to learn about grant writing to improve your agencies capabilities, or you want to have us produce a high-quality grant application to increase your odds of securing funding, our Principal and staff have the skills and experience to assist you.
Evan T. Sorg, Ph.D.
Principal & Lead Writer
Evan is a former New York City Police Officer, the Principal and lead grant writer for Police Grant Writing LLC, and an Associate Professor of Law and Justice Studies at Rowan University. He has been working with and training law enforcement on topics such as grant writing, crime analysis, evidence-based policing, and intelligence-led policing for over 10 years. Before opening Police Grant Writing, he served as a grant reviewer for the Department of Homeland Security and has reviewed manuscripts for over 25 different criminal justice journals. A New Jersey native, he was contracted by the New Jersey State Police to complete a statewide gang assessment as part of a $2.1 million dollar COPS Anti-Gang Initiative grant in 2016. He is currently working with the Office of Congressman Andy Kim to train and assist officers in Burlington County, New Jersey, to secure grant funding.
He has taught courses internationally to police commanders in countries such as Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, and Belize through the Department of State’s Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs. He has written one book entitled, Foot Patrol: Rethinking the Cornerstone of Policing, served on the editorial board of Police Quarterly, and has published over 15 academic journal articles and book chapters, most involving the evaluation of policing strategies. Evan combines his practical experience and academic knowledge to write grants that are responsive to the solicitation’s parameters, supported by data analysis and empirical evidence, and tailored to the client’s jurisdictional needs. He is the Instructor for all Police Grant Writing courses.