Do you need help finding, applying for, and completing public safety grant applications?
Complete this form and an Apex Officer team member will be in touch to begin the grant writing process.
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If you have a question about applying for grants, this section is designed for you.
Have you ever noticed that your neighboring public safety agency has all the new toys, equipment, and gear? It's not that they have more funding. No, they're just better at writing grant applications than your agency. We're here to help change that. Complete the grant writing intake form above, and a team member will reach out to you to begin the process.
Yes. We have curated a comprehensive list of all the grants available for police training, law enforcement technology, and public safety agencies. You can find the list of 2021-2022 Police and Law Enforcement grants on our website. Once you find a grant that you would like to apply for, return to this page to begin the grant writing process.
We understand that contracting, procurement, and purchasing is a long and tedious task, but the Apex Officer team is here to make your life easier. Let us do the heavy lifting, so you can focus on policing. You can speak with one of our contracting and procurement specialists by visiting our procurement page and an Apex Officer representative will be happy to assist you and answer any and every question that you may have.
Yes. Apex Officer is your trusted partner when it comes to applying for grants. If you would like our help applying for grants or need additional information before applying for grants, enter your information in the and one of our team members will provide you with grant assistance. We will connect you with Open Grants platform—a search engine and expert marketplace—unlocks non-dilutive U.S. funding for organizations around the world.
The Department of Justice (DOJ) has three grant-making components: the Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS); the Office of Justice Programs (OJP) comprised of six bureaus and program offices; and the Office on Violence Against Women (OVW). These agencies are responsible for awarding federal financial assistance to support law enforcement and public safety activities in state, local, and tribal jurisdictions; to assist victims of crime; to provide training and technical assistance; to conduct research; and to implement programs that improve the criminal, civil, and juvenile justice systems.