Grant Funding Considerations for U.S. State and Local Government Agencies

Agencies struggle to acquire and maintain budget funding for training and tools to efficiently and effectively complete these tasks. This results in case backlogs, plea bargains, deferred prosecutions, and dismissed cases. All of these are examples of the inefficiency of justice resulting from the lack of staff, training, hardware, and software. Criminal justice agencies can leverage several resources to overcome these challenges and improve the efficiency of justice. One resource is the Paul Coverdell Grant, administered by the National Institute of Justice (NIJ).

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  • The basics of grant submission
  • What makes up a successful application
  • Uses for grant funds
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Robert J. O'Leary

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Robert O’Leary has 25 years of experience in digital evidence examination, electronic crime investigation, incident response and cybersecurity assessments.

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