Fill out a NPSG on the Homeland Security Grant Program. One of the questions asks if the organization or a member of the organization was a victim of a hate crime.
Fill out a NPSG on the Homeland Security Grant Program
Firstly, fill out a NPSG on the Homeland Security Grant Program.
Secondly, One of the questions asks if the organization or a member of the organization was a victim of a hate crime.
You must do research for the reason you are requesting the grant. So look at news articles and find out what the threats are. Summarize each incident and cite your source.
In addition to the already pre-formatted grant application, I expect everyone to have a cover letter that explains why the grant money is necessary.
Again, do some research and use some good government documents to explain the threats. Then you can go into specific incidents that happened there. Go over the specific items requested.
Another item that should be included is pictures of your target. If it is a church, google it. I want pictures of each side and a picture from the top. I want to see those vulnerabilities. Is there lighting? Are there cement blocks to prevent car ramming? These are the things you need to think about. You need to see it to know what they are. You can make up some stuff, because you just won’t know. But for the most part, you will see so much from looking at it on the map.
Write a grant proposal convincing a grant review panel of 1 professor from each of the colleges on campus that you should receive the requested funds. The proposal should be 5-7 pages in length including a 1-page references cited page, and a cover page, 1.5 spaced, with 1 inch margins, and a maximum of 12 point font. Be sure to address the following points: