The funding is there to supplement the revenue your agencies or departments generate from tax or donations, and can be invested into crime prevention initiatives, including the purchase of mobile surveillance camera equipment.
As the USA's leading supplier of rapid deployment pole cameras and mobile surveillance trailers, WCCTV has worked with several agencies to secure grant funding to purchase our equipment.
We can successfully demonstrate how our surveillance cameras enhance community safety by helping to prevent and investigate crime.
In our experience, though, it can be difficult for agencies to navigate through the grant process. Few agencies have grants experts on staff; they can be unsure where to identify and research what opportunities are available and develop a comprehensive bid submission that truly justifies their requirements.
Below, you can download our comprehensive guide to grant writing, in which we outline the key steps you will need to follow when preparing a grant funding bid for surveillance cameras.
If you require any further assistance, pick up the phone and speak to one of our expert team.
If you're wondering how to search for grant funding opportunities, or you are aware of an available grant but are unsure of how to prepare your bid, our step-by-step guide will take you through everything you need to know.
Please download our free grant writing guide for a comprehensive insight; you will need to provide your valid law enforcement or government email address to access it.
In the guide, we cover the following topics:
Identifying Your Requirements
Planning, Preparation and Time Management
Getting Registered to Bid for Grants and Recieve Alerts
Stakeholder Engagement and Approval
How to Research Available Grants
Building a Project Team
Creating and Submitting Your Bid
How to Format and Present a Bid
Getting Expert Help
Waxahachie Police Department identified a requirement for mobile surveillance trailers after borrowing equipment from neighboring agencies, typically during the holiday season when crimes peaked.
Relying on borrowed equipment had become unstainable, particularly as the agency sought to be more agile and responsive in its approach to crime prevention and public safety.
Waxahachie PD was successful with a $50,000 Justice Assistance grant bid through the North Central Texas Council of Governments to purchase their own mobile video surveillance equipment.
If you require mobile video surveillance cameras to address existing or emerging crime issues, please get in touch with WCCTV today and speak to our law enforcement and city safety systems specialist.
We can provide you with more information on how our systems work, how they reduce crime, how to bid for them, and provide you with demonstrations of the equipment on request.
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