Grants for Law Enforcement

TGC members: Check out our collection of law enforcement grants from U.S. corporations and private foundations. There are more than 1,600 funding opportunities for you to explore all in one, easy-to-use list (login required). View Law Enforcement Grants List

NIJ FY 15 Research on Law Enforcement use of Common Operational Picture (COP) Technologies

Field of Interest

Law Enforcement

Grant Title

NIJ FY 15 Research on Law Enforcement use of Common Operational Picture (COP) Technologies

Agency

Department of Justice National Institute of Justice

Grant Ceiling

$500,000

Average Award

$500,000

Total Funding

$500,000

Estimated Awards

1

Deadline

Mar 23, 2015

Contributing Consultant

JustWrite Solutions

Geographic Focus

National

Purpose

The purpose of the NIJ Research, Evaluation, and Development Project Grants program is to encourage and support research, development, and evaluation to improve criminal justice policy and practice in the United States. With this solicitation, NIJ seeks proposals to conduct research to identify and characterize the common operational picture (COP) technologies being used by law enforcement agencies for emergency response and law enforcement operations and what is known about their efficacy.

NIJ FY 15 Developing a Method to Valuate Law Enforcement Data

Field of Interest

Law Enforcement

Grant Title

NIJ FY 15 Developing a Method to Valuate Law Enforcement Data

Agency

Department of Justice National Institute of Justice

Grant Ceiling

$500,000

Average Award

$500,000

Total Funding

$500,000

Estimated Awards

1

Deadline

Mar 23, 2015

Contributing Consultant

JustWrite Solutions

Geographic Focus

National

Purpose

NIJ seeks proposals to conduct research to improve the understanding of the comparative value of data relevant to the law enforcement business process. The proposed research should develop quantifiable measures that reflect the importance of the different kinds of data, offset by the cost to collect, process, analyze, distribute, and retain that data, to include the data security costs. For purposes of this solicitation, the law enforcement business process is defined as the related, structured actions carried out by law enforcement agencies to accomplish their mission.

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