Training: Grant Research & Writing 101
Dates & Location
CLASS COST: $199
As we face high inflation and a looming recession, public safety departments may be facing shrinking budgets. It is imperative to seek alternative funding measures, such as grants.
GSPCC wants to help your agency access as much external funding as possible. This is why we created this grant writing class.
You will learn how to research for a wide array of grant opportunities, how to properly write various types of grants, to include accessing statistical data within your agency, and lastly, what to expect post grant acceptance.
This class is taught by Frank E. Jones, a grant writing veteran that has brought in millions of dollars throughout his career for various agencies. Don’t miss out on your share of grant funding.
Frank E. Jones
Frank E. Jones, BA, MA, retired from a full-time career in law enforcement in New Hampshire in 2005, at the rank of Lieutenant after more than twenty years of service. He is a graduate of the 59th N.H. Police Academy and the Command Training Institute at Babson College. Frank has served as a Detective, Shift Supervisor, Division Commander, a staff and training officer for N.H. Police Standards & Training, and a Chief of Police in New Hampshire. Frank is also a military veteran, having served honorably in both the U. S. Air Force, and the U. S. Army. He has thousands of hours in specialized training. That training includes grant research and writing, which he has used with the preparation and management of more than 2.5 million dollars with both State and Federal grants. Currently still serving as a law enforcement officer in his 43rd year (both FT and PT) at the Belknap County Sheriff’s Department in Laconia, N.H., Frank continues to use his expertise with investigative work and grant writing.
Since 2005, Frank has been employed as a FT Assistant Professor of the Practice for the Criminal Justice Department at New England College in Henniker, New Hampshire. There, he has earned several awards including Advisor of the Year, Faculty Member of the Year, the OneShip Award, and others. He teaches a wide variety of courses at all levels, from freshmen to seniors. He teaches the concepts of research methodology and thesis preparation each year and serves on the Academic Standards Committee as the Co-Chairperson. Frank is also the Advisor to the college’s chapter for Alpha Phi Sigma, the National Honor Society for Criminal Justice.
Recognized as a well-experienced and expert grant writer and administrator, Frank will be teaching grant writing for GSPCC. He is married to a law enforcement officer, and enjoys hiking, fishing, and travelling nationally and abroad when he can.