Grant available for 2010 survey of campus law enforcement agencies
What kind of a job are campus law enforcement agencies doing to keep your college-age kids’ schools safe?
If you represent a non-profit, a faith-based or community organization, an institution of higher learning, a consortium with demonstrated organization and community-based experience working with American Indian and Alaska Native communities, including tribal for-profit or nonprofit organizations, tribal colleges and universities, and tribal consortia; or even if you represent a for-profit, commercial organization that is willing to forego making money or charging a management fee for one seemingly worthy project, then you should consider applying for this newly available Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) grant.
The BJS is seeking proposals for assistance in reviewing a preliminary design and for a data collection agent to field the 2010 BJS Survey of Campus Law Enforcement Agencies.
According to the BJS, the goal of this program is to generate accurate and reliable national statistics about the police and security agencies serving college and university campuses in the U.S. The survey will be conducted during calendar year 2010 and will collect information on the personnel, functions, budgets, policies, and programs of campus police and security agencies covering the 2009-2010 school year.
A single grant will be awarded. The funding opportunity number for that grant is 2010-BJS-2476. The closing date for applications is March 31, 2010. The award amount is not yet specified.
For additional information, contact Lisa Price-Grear, program analyst, at 202-616-3561.