DHS Announces Counter Terrorism Grants

Institutions of higher education; state, local and tribal governments as well as non-profit institutions are encouraged to apply.

From Campus Safety Magazine

Campus Safety has just learned that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is offering grants to counter violent extremism (CVE). According to Dr. Gus Frias, who is the education sector chief for InfraGard Los Angeles, DHS expects to fund 60 grants totaling $10 million and ranging from $20,000to $1.5 million each. There is no matching requirement, and these grants can be used to strengthen local CVE education, training and outreach. Grant applications are due September 6, 2016…

Learn more about this DHS Counter Terrorism Grant