THE FY 2011 CPD SOLICITATION IS NOW CLOSED.
The U.S. Department of Justice Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) is proud to announce awards totaling more than $6 million under the Community Policing Development (CPD) grant program.
This program funds a broad range of projects intended to advance community policing practices by supporting the development innovative community policing strategies, applied research, guidebooks, and best practices that are national in scope. This year, the program funded projects related to a number of public safety topic areas, including Policing in a New Economy, Ethics and Integrity, Child and Youth Safety, the Role of Community Policing in Homeland Security, and Urban Violence. Additional topics include Basic Community Policing Regional Technical Assistance, Critical Response Technical Assistance, and Core Community Policing Training Curriculum Development.
The Community Policing Development solicitation was open to all public governmental agencies, profit and non-profit institutions, universities, community groups and faith based organizations. Accepted proposals were of national relevance, designed to significantly advance the field of community policing, and demonstrated an understanding of community policing as it pertains to the application topic.
|Award Owner’s Manual|
|FAQs about the Grant Payment System (GPRS)|
|SF-425 Fact Sheet- Online Filing of FFR (SF-425) Quarterly Federal Reports|
|FAQs about the Federal Financial Report (SF-425)|
|Helpful Hints Guide for Completing the Federal Financial Report (SF-425)|
|Federal Civil Rights Statutes and Regulations Memorandum|
|Change of Information Form|
|Publication Request Form|
|Authors Style Guide|
|Sole Source Justification Fact Sheet|
|Consultant Contractor Rate Fact Sheet|
|Federal Civil Rights|
|Limited English Proficiency Fact Sheet|
|Program Income Fact Sheet|