This NIJ "Notes from the Field" article discusses how law enforcement agencies, particularly Tribal agencies, can benefit from private- and publicly-funded grants.
In this article from NIJ's "Notes from the Field" series, which allows leading voices in the field to share their strategies for responding to the most pressing issues on America's streets today, Michael W. Weissberg, an administrative officer at the Miccosukee Police Department (Florida) and an NIJ LEADS scholar, presents the benefits of private- and publicly-funded grants. Mr. Weissberg details the grant application process and shares tips on how to identify solicitations, engage colleagues and the community, and submit grant applications.
- Facilitating Forensic Research in Multiple Fields Using a Unique Computed Tomography Dataset
- Law Enforcement and Stalking: How Law Enforcement Identifies Stalking and Handles Complaints
- Criminal Crews, Codes, and Contexts: Differences and Similarities across the Code of the Street, Convict Code, Street Gangs, and Prison Gangs