This seminar will explain to public safety professionals and municipal
officials the basic context of grant and proposal writing. Many police and homeland security agencies find the process of
applying for grants daunting. Grant writing and grants management is a challenge to overworked managers and administrators,
but it is a crucial skill set in a time of extraordinary financial challenges. This seminar will demystify the process of
program development and grantsmanship.
Using an interactive teaching style, the instructor will progress through
the different segments of grants, allowing participants to develop a grant application as they do so. This is an opportunity
for public safety personnel and municipal officials to apply the skills they learn in a non-stressful atmosphere without the
pressure of grant deadlines.
To demystify the grant writing process to enable more public safety and homeland
security agencies to take advantage of these opportunities to fund innovative projects.
To learn the mechanics of grant writing in a non-stressful environment.