Date: March 30, 2023
Time options: To keep the webinar size small and to accommodate the schedules of police executives, participants may attend either a morning (8am – 12pm EST) or afternoon (1pm – 5pm EST) session.
Who Should Attend?
- Prospective law enforcement executives/leadership wishing to develop a grant funding vision
- Current law enforcement executives/leadership wishing to build an infrastructure to win grant awards in their agency
What is this Webinar About?
This webinar is a culmination of almost 15 years of working with police agencies on grant funding. In it, we will not cover how to write grants. If you are looking for our introductory grant writing course, you can register your staff here. This four hour webinar is specifically designed for current and prospective police leaders interested in developing their agency’s grant funding capabilities. The ability to secure grant funding requires more than having staff trained in grant writing. Many factors dictate whether a grant application will get funded, but one of the best ways to increase the odds of success is to lay a strong foundation so that your grant writer has the support and resources required to produce high-quality applications. This course teaches participants about the organizational support and workflow development that is required to have an effective, efficient, and winning grants program.
What Topics are Covered?
- Grant application workflow development
- Jurisdictional data requirements
- Staff training investments
- Time management and timing considerations
- Enlisting political allies
- Writing letters of support for grant applications
- Identifying your grants staff
- Managing expectations
- Presenting a vision for your grants agenda
Evan T. Sorg, Ph.D.
Evan is a former New York City Police Officer and Grant Reviewer for the Department of Homeland Security, owner of Police Grant Writing, and an Associate Professor of Law and Justice Studies at Rowan University where he teaches courses on policing, grant writing, crime analysis, and crime mapping. Read his full bio here.
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