Hosted by the Southeastern Louisiana University Police Department
Law Enforcement Grant Writing 101 is being offered in Hammond, Louisiana in July. Join us at Southeastern Louisiana State University for this two-day course that will prepare you to write winning grant applications for equipment, technology, training, personnel, Police K9, and more. Group rates are available.
July 10-11, 2023
8am – 3pm
Southeastern Louisiana University
303 Union Avenue
Hammond, LA 70402
Room 2207, War Memorial Student Union
This course is specifically designed for law enforcement and the grants that they will go after. It emphasizes a systematic approach to grant preparation, including the collection and organization of agency data, proactive grant opportunity identification, grant announcement dissection, and structured writing. High quality state and federal grant application examples are presented in this course. A preview of the course materials including a schedule with a topical outline is provided below. Can’t make it to Hammond? Register for the live virtual version of this course and take it from anywhere.
Course Workbook with Topical Outline
This course is highly interactive and includes the completion of several custom-made workbook exercises. Feel free to browse the free preview of our workbook, including the table of contents and course agenda. Note that the exercises have been removed from this preview.
Grant Writing Toolkit
Attendees are also provided with a proprietary grant writing toolkit to warehouse materials pertinent to the grant writing process. This preformatted Excel file includes a custom timeline, budgeting tool, and data collection tool that can be used in grant applications. In addition, it is a resource to store all agency data relevant to grant writing and forthcoming grant opportunities. It also supplements several of the course workbook exercises.
Evan T. Sorg, Ph.D.
Evan is a former New York City Police Officer and Grant Reviewer for the Department of Homeland Security, founder 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. The publications that he has authored, including a book and numerous research articles, can be viewed here. You may also view his full biography here
|Group Registration (3+ participants)||$449/participant|