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Grantsmanship for Criminal Justice and Criminology
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Grantsmanship for Criminal Justice and Criminology

  • Mark S. Davis - Kent State University, USA, Ohio State University, USA


November 1999 | 144 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
The history making US Crime Control Act of 1994 earmarked hundreds of millions of dollars in grant monies for a variety of justice related purposes turning crime control into a growing industry. This book directs the reader towards locating new sources of public and private funding as well as how to: formulate and state a problem that argues for funding; describe the methods for addressing the problem; clearly state measurable objectives; propose a comprehensive evaluation plan; succinctly describe the applicant's qualifications; detail and defend a budget; and solicit meaningful letters of support.
 
Introduction
 
Defining the Problem
 
Questions to Ask before Starting
 
Methods
Describing the Solution  
 
Objectives and Their Measurement
 
The Budget and Budget Narrative
 
Individual and Organizational Capability
 
Preparing the Research Proposal
 
Revising and Submitting
 
Sources of Grants and Grant Information

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