New Zoom grant training dates

Join us online in March, April, or May

Spring into training! All right, all right, sure, we had to go there.

It’s true though:

New Zoom grant-writing training dates are ready to go. These 2-day sessions are all online, no travel costs required!

Our online grant-writing training helps you unlock the secrets of finding grant funding:

  • Learn where to hunt grants that are for public safety agencies
  • Ensure your agency is eligible to accept grant money
  • Write clear, concise, and effective grant applications

Learn more and register for one of our spring training dates today:

Mar. 30-31, 2021


Apr. 24-25, 2021


May 20-21, 2021


The right grant-writing training anytime, anywhere

Online or in person, the right grant-writing is waiting for you

In person or online, the right grant-writing is waiting for you.

We have 4 options available for training. What’s right for your time and budget? Check out our updated Training page and get the grant-writing training you need this year:

Police grants from the Department of Justice open now

The Department of Justice offers funding opportunities to…

  • Support law enforcement and public safety activities in state, local, and tribal jurisdictions
  • Assist victims of crime
  • Provide training and technical assistance
  • Conduct research; and
  • Implement programs that improve the criminal, civil, and juvenile justice systems

Over 100 grant and other funding programs are open for law enforcement now. What grants will be best for your agency this year?

Learn more and apply

Need help finding the right police grants for your law enforcement agency?

Contact our grant consultants today

New Zoom training launches Monday

Only $499, no travel costs, all online

Ready for grant-writing training… without all the time and cost of travel?

Our new, all-online, 2-day grant-writing training starts Mon., Feb. 1, and “seats” are still available.

We’re excited to bring you this new way to get our grant-writing training. For one all-inclusive price of $499, you’ll be able to…

  • Interact with your colleagues and the instructors
  • Ask questions
  • Learn where to hunt grants that are for public safety agencies
  • Ensure your agency is eligible to accept grant money
  • Write clear, concise, and effective grant applications
  • See examples of real-world, winning grants
  • Understand what RFPs (Requests for Proposals) and NOFOs (Notices of Funding Opportunity) are… and what they’re asking for
  • Break down “grant speak” into real talk you and your superiors can understand

Once you’ve finished our training, you’ll be able to write competitive grants, like these previous students:

“The Northwest Fire District received a $3.1M regional Assistance to Firefighters Grant award for dual-band radios & repeaters that will benefit 10 agencies operating in and around Tucson, AZ.”

“We were awarded the grant for the new Livescan fingerprint machine and KLER records management interface. Between these and past awards, we’ve received over $410,000 in grant funding. Figured you like to know when you successfully assist students.”

“Highest grant success rate in the history of our agency.”

Seats are still available! We’ll see you Monday and Tuesday, Feb. 1–2, on Zoom:

Learn more

FEMA K0705 Fundamentals of Grants Management Virtual 2021 Schedule

FEMA - Federal Emergency Management Agency

Online Grants Management Training Course For FEMA Grant Recipients Coming Soon

From FEMA, strengthen your grant management skills by participating in one of the upcoming online training opportunities developed for FEMA grant recipients.

K0705 Fundamentals of Grants Management

The Grants Management Technical Assistance (GMTA) team will deliver 10 virtual K0705 Fundamentals of Grants Management courses throughout 2021. The course is intended for FEMA’s grant recipients and subrecipients. It helps participants strengthen their grants management skills. Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Improve collaboration among policy, program, and financial staff to integrate grant management functions.  
  • Identify applicable regulations and navigate and apply the Code of Federal Regulations, including 2 CFR Part 200.
  • Apply proven business practices related to the grant lifecycle to increase efficiency and meet grant management priorities, such as strategic planning, organization, program implementation, staff training, monitoring, reporting, and audits.
  • Develop or revise policies, procedures, and practices in critical areas of grants management, such as monitoring, procurement, source documentation, payments, and equipment inventory.
  • Prepare for federal monitoring and sub-recipient monitoring.

The course is a four-week session and includes:

  • 21 hours of online instruction
  • 14 hours of independent study and homework assignments
  • Hands on activities and networking break-out room

NOTE: FEMA encourages registration for recipients and others who were scheduled for the in-person field delivery for K/L 0705 course that was canceled due to COVID-19 during 2020.

The 2021 schedule is below. Please review the course dates and identify the best date for you to attend. Then, submit your online registration directly to Emergency Management Institute’s (EMI’s) online admissions system (Full link: You must submit your admission form no later than the specified Registration Close Date for your session, which is in the table below.

Submit questions to:

Thank you for your interest in grants management!

K0705 Course DatesScheduleOrientation Dates (participants must attend one session)Registration Close Date
February 22 – March 18, 2021Mondays and Thursdays,1 -3 PM ETFebruary 16, 17, 18January 29
March 1 – March 25, 2021Mondays and Thursdays,10 AM – 12 PM ETFebruary 23, 24, 25February 5
April 19 – May 13, 2021Mondays and Thursdays,2 – 4 PM ETApril 13, 14, 15March 23
May 3 – May 27, 2021Mondays and Thursdays,10 AM – 12 PM ETApril 27, 28, 29March 31
June 7 – July 1, 2021Mondays and Thursdays,2 – 4 PM ETMay 19, 20, 25April 23
July 12 – August 5, 2021Mondays and Thursdays,10 AM – 12 PM ETJune 29, 30 and July 7June 11
July 26 – August 19, 2021Mondays and Thursdays,2 – 4 PM ETJuly 20, 21, 22June 25
August 9 – September 2, 2021Mondays and Thursdays,10 AM – 12 PM ETJuly 28 and August 3, 4July 1
September 13 – October 8, 2021Mondays and Thursdays2 – 4 PM ETAugust 31 and September 8, 9August 6
October 18 – November 10, 2021Mondays and Thursdays,10 AM – 12 PM ETOctober 6, 13, 14September 17

What if you never missed a grant again?

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It’s full of crucial funding that would bridge gaps in your budget.

It’s perfect for your agency.

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20-hour, take-anytime online training

Unlock the Secrets of Finding Grant Funding

In this training, we’ll unlock the secrets to finding available funds and obtaining them for your agency. As a student, you’ll learn:

  • Where to find grants for public safety agencies
  • How to ensure your agency is eligible to accept grant money
  • How to write clear, concise, and effective grant applications

Upon completion of the training, you’ll possess all of the skills you need to write a competitive grant application and win your agency needed funding or equipment.

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Law Enforcement: Build up your grant with arrest data

Check out OJP’s Arrest Data Analysis Tool

This dynamic data analysis tool allows you to generate tables and figures of arrest data from 1980 onward. You can view national arrest estimates, customized either by age and sex or by age group and race, for many offenses. This tool also enables you to view data on local arrests.

Use this data to back up the case you’re making in your grants!

Check out the Arrest Data Analysis Tool

Grant resources: Reliable data about kids and families

KIDS COUNT data can help grants that may benefit children in your jurisdiction

KIDS Count is a great resource for Juvenile Justice statistical research for your area and for comparisons regarding other geographical areas of the U.S.

The data can be viewed in the form of profiles, rankings, or raw data.

Created by the Annie E. Casey Foundation, Kids Count has compiled indicators of child well-being from U.S. Census data and other sources, and created an interactive online database:


Need help writing and managing grants?

Contact a Grants Consultant today