Paramus, New Jersey – September 30, 2016 – NICE today announced it has partnered with
PoliceGrantsHelp to offer free grant assistance to help link U.S. police departments with grants to purchase
NICE Investigate, a unique cloud-based solution that automates the entire investigation process. Through the service, police departments can obtain information on available grants related to NICE Investigate, while taking advantage of free grant research and alerts, complimentary training on how to write effective grants, and free grant reviews. Discounted grant writing services are also available.
NICE Investigate is the first open digital policing and investigation solution to automate the collection, analysis and sharing of case evidence. It puts evidence into context based on time, sequence and location to help investigators understand the ‘who, what, when, where and why’ so they can close more cases faster. NICE Investigate runs on the secure Microsoft Azure Government cloud and is the industry’s most comprehensive, scalable, FBI CJIS-compliant cloud-based solution for managing investigations and digital evidence.
“We’re excited to partner with PoliceGrantsHelp to make it easier for police departments to secure grant funding for technology that will ultimately help them improve their investigative efficiency and effectiveness,” said John Rennie, General Manager of the NICE Public Safety group. “Whether they’re unfamiliar with the grant process, lack the knowledge or resources to successfully apply for grants, or simply want to streamline the grant process, PoliceGrantsHelp’s experienced law enforcement grant experts can assist them in finding, applying for, and securing the grants they need.”
"Grants are a critical source of funding for departments across the country,” said Sarah Wilson, Founder & Director, PoliceGrantsHelp. “The purpose of our program is to provide thorough information about available grants and the tools to create successful applications. We are proud to be able to assist with simplifying the grants process for police departments."
NICE and PoliceGrantsHelp will co-host a webinar on October 5 at 1 pm EST for law enforcement officials who wish to learn more about NICE Investigate; which grants are currently available to purchase digital investigation software; and how PoliceGrantsHelp.com can help them obtain the grant funding they need. To register,
For grant assistance, simply visit
www.PoliceGrantsHelp.com/NICE and fill out the request form or contact NICE at
PoliceGrantsHelp's mission is to provide members of the public safety community with a comprehensive resource for grant information and assistance. PoliceGrantsHelp features the most extensive police grant database ever created, with a library of information not only for federal grant programs, but also state, local and corporate grant opportunities. PoliceGrantsHelp also offers users a multitude of grant assistance tools such as: research guidance, grant writing and review, grant resources, tools, news, and much more.
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