2023 Child Advocacy Center Services06/08/202206/08/2022
 

Eligibility: Funding through this application is available to accredited Child Advocacy Centers, or those on those path to accreditation by the National Children’s Alliance (NCA).

Deadline: Electronic Applications must be received by 3:00 PM on Wednesday, June 8th, 2022.

Community Grant Program Fund - 202306/14/202206/14/2022
 

Eligibility: The following entities in Maryland are eligible to submit one application for CGPF funding: Local law enforcement Local government agencies

Deadline: All application must be submitted via the Grant Management System (GMS) by 3 PM on Tuesday, June 14, 2022. Note: this include the Certified Assurances and Anti-lobbying Forms.

FY 2023 Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force Grant Fund06/08/202206/08/2022
 

Eligibility: Funding through this application is available to Maryland State Police - Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force, Local Law Enforcement, Child Advocacy Centers

Deadline: All applications must be submitted via the Grant Management System (GMS) by 3 PM on Wednesday, June 8th, 2022.

FY2023 Performance Incentive Grant Fund Program06/10/202206/10/2022
 

Eligibility: Category A: State-level Projects State agencies are eligible to apply alone or in partnership with another state agency. State agencies are eligible to submit one (1) application per agency, but may be listed as partners on multiple applications. Eligible state agencies include, but are not limited to: Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services, including: Department of Parole and Probation Maryland Parole Commission Police and Correctional Training Commission Maryland Departm

Deadline: All applications must be submitted via the Grant Management System (GMS) by 3PM on June 10th, 2022

Law Enforcement Training Scholarship04/02/209904/02/2099
 

Eligibility: The following Maryland entities are eligible to submit applications under LETS: - Local law enforcement agencies - Local State's Attorney's Offices. Scholarships may range up to $5,000 per individual, per course. Note: An agency's total fiscal year LETS request cannot exceed $5,000.

Deadline: Continuous

Police Recruitment and Retention - FY 202305/23/202205/23/2022
 

Eligibility: Local law enforcement agencies state-wide that conduct police investigations are eligible to apply for funding to recruit and retain qualified sworn officers. PRAR funding provides agencies with resources to offer incentives and innovative ways to hire and keep sworn personnel.

Deadline: Online application submissions are due by 3:00 PM on May 23, 2022 that must also include the following forms uploaded as separate PDF files to be considered for funding (i.e. the Signed Certified Assurance and Lobbying Certification forms, the agency's law enforcement staffing plan and a screenshot of the agency's active UEI data from the SAM.gov website).