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Justice Technology Information Network —

Homeland Security Grants

National Center for Rural Law Enforcement (NCRLE)
NCRLE, a division of the Criminal Justice Institute, is a university-based organization committed to helping rural law enforcement agencies effectively combat crime in their communities. To ensure they can meet the challenge of law enforcement in the 21st Century, NCRLE’s focus is providing education and training on issues inherent to rural communities. The Center develops and delivers curriculum in a variety of subject areas, including management and leadership, school violence, crisis preparedness, sexual assault management and investigation, and cyberterrorism. Upon completion of NCRLE courses and programs, rural law enforcement professionals are able to return to their agencies and implement principles they have learned to streamline the functions of their agencies and to improve service within their communities.

National Institute of Justice Training Programs

National Center for Missing & Exploited Children
Specific resources and training for law enforcement.

National Association for the Exchange of Industrial Resources (NAEIR)
At NAEIR, we dedicate our energy and resources to soliciting donations of valuable, new merchandise from American corporations (donors) and redistributing this merchandise to our members, nonprofit organizations, churches, and schools. NAERI is a not-for-profit collector and distributor of new, donated overstock inventory, from U.S. corporations, to schools and nonprofit organizations.

Military Excess Property Program (The 1033 Program)
The 1033 Program permits the Secretary of Defense to transfer, without charge, excess U. S. Department of Defense (DoD) personal property (supplies and equipment) to State and local law enforcement agencies (LEAs). This Program has allowed law enforcement agencies to acquire vehicles, weapons, computer equipment, body armor, fingerprint equipment, night vision equipment, radios and televisions, tents and sleeping bags, photographic equipment, various clothing items, and more.
-- Coordinated through Virginia State Police

State and Local Law Enforcement Equipment Procurement Program (The 1122 Program)
The National Defense Authorization Act (Section 1122) authorizes state and local governments to purchase law enforcement equipment, as delineated by law, through the federal government.

(804) 674-2037
Warehouse Manager — (804) 674-2276
Hours of Operation - 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday
State Police Surplus Property Auctions are held at the Virginia State Police Headquarters on Midlothian Turnpike. Schedules can be obtained through

Anna Maria College Homeland Security Degree Program

Association of Public-Safety Communications Officials (APCO)
Virginia Chapter of APCO

Bellevue University
Bellevue University is a fully accredited school that provides eleven undergraduate degree-completion programs and five graduate degree programs entirely Online. The accelerated, flexible programs allow police officers to attend college classes as it fits into their busy schedule and still maintain the integrity of college requirements. The flexible program has weekly assignments and is fast paced, but will allow an officer to finish the undergraduate major classes in 15 months and the Graduate Degree in 16-18 months. Bellevue University will accept the Police Academy as 24 semester hours toward your Bachelors Degree.

Center for Disease Control – Practical information on anthrax and other bio-terrorism diseases.

Concerns of Police Survivors, Inc. (COPS)

DARE America

Department of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS)

Department of Motor Vehicles

Federal Bureau of Investigation

Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Advisory Council

International Association of Chiefs of Police

Law Enforcement Coaching

Law Enforcement Jobs

Law Enforcement Management Institute of Texas (LEMIT) – Looking for some information that may help assist you with a problem in your department? Need help with an article you might be writing for a law enforcement journal? Are you unsure where to start? Start with the Publications section at LEMIT is now posting the titles, authors and year of LCC research papers at their website. Abstracts of each paper are expected to be made available in the future. If you would like a copy of the paper(s), please email Debra Gawron, LCC Program Coordinator, with your request at

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)

National Runaway Switchboard

National White Collar Crime Center

Pre-Paid Legal & Identity Theft SolutionsIdentity Theft is the fastest growing crime in America. Greg Brewer, Pre-Paid Legal & Identity Theft Solutions, conducts Awareness training on the various types of Identity Theft — financial, criminal, cloning. Training covers actual stories of victims, ways to protect oneself from Identity Theft, and public and private resources that are available including their product. Pre-Paid Legal's product not only monitors an individual's credit but restores it should they become a victim of fraud. It is the only one of its kind in the country.

Project Safe Neighborhoods

Quartermaster Uniforms – Direct supplier of police uniforms and equipment. They publish semi-annual catalogs, have two retail stores, and an e-commerce website.

Red Cross – The Red Cross has prepared a booklet for public distribution entitled, "Terrorism – Preparing for the Unexpected."

State Law Enforcement Agency Accreditation Program (Virginia Law Enforcement Professional Standards Commission)

Virginia Sexual & Domestic Violence Action Alliance

Virginia Center for Policing Innovation (VCPI)

Virginia Crime Clinic

Virginia Crime Prevention Association

Virginia Criminal Sentencing Commission
Effective October 1, 2004, officers must record on a summons or other charging document the Virginia Crime Code reference numbers along with the relevant statutory violation. (§ 19.2-390.01) The indices for the adult and juvenile crime codes are on the website.

Virginia Institute of Government

Virginia Public Safety Foundation

USDOJ Grants at a Glance