INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Local agencies can apply for Indiana Homeland Security Foundation grants through Feb. 28.
The Indiana Homeland Security Foundation funds public safety projects at the local level. Eligible applicants include fire departments, law enforcement, emergency medical services, or emergency management agencies. They may apply for grants of up to $4,000.
The Indiana Department of Homeland Security says grant applications should also focus on ensuring the safety of citizens of Indiana, county emergency operations centers, local and district planning initiatives and the sustainability of current capabilities
In 2013, more than $370,000 was awarded.
For more information on grant application, click here.