Grant Application Workshop Information

NCTCOG will conduct free mandatory grant application workshops for agencies applying in FY24 Office of the Governor's (OOG) Public Safety Office (PSO) grant categories listed below.

Important: Please read each category's Funding Announcement to determine if your agency is eligible to apply and that your proposed project fits within the criteria.  Click on the category name to view the Funding Announcement.

Per NCTCOG policies, grant application workshop attendance is mandatory for all FY24 applicants wishing to submit a new application, renewal application, and/or a non-competing continuation application in any funding category listed above.

Workshop topics include PSO application submission instructions, PSO eligibility requirements, NCTCOG local priorities, NCTCOG funding parameters, NCTCOG document submission requirements, and the NCTCOG scoring/review process.

Each FY24 workshop session will cover all funding categories listed above; there will not be specific sessions for each funding category. All sessions are the same - you may register for whichever session works best for you.

Applicant agencies need only attend one session to be eligible to apply.

Important:  If your agency will use a grant writer who is not an employee of your agency, an agency employee must also attend.  Furthermore, contract grant writers will not be allowed to sign in for multiple agencies they may be representing.  It is imperative that the applicant agency sends a staff person in order to be clear on the submission process and scoring criteria associated with this region.

Workshop Registration

Attendees at either an in-person or the virtual session must pre-register.  Once registered you'll receive a confirmation email.

Three in-person sessions and one virtual session will be offered.  Attendance for in-person sessions will be limited to two representatives per organization.  There is no limit on number of attendees per agency for the virtual session.

Important: NCTCOG will not provide workshop handouts for the in-person sessions; attendees must bring handouts to their respective session.  Workshop materials are listed below the registration form.

Direct all workshop questions to NCTCOG's Criminal Justice staff listed at the bottom of this page.

FY24 Grant Application Workshops have concluded.  Watch this page for information on FY25 grants in late 2023.

Workshop Session Materials


Guides and Grant Resources

eGrants HelpDesk 


NCTCOG Contact Information

Kelly Schmidt, Criminal Justice Program Administrator
Phone 817-608-2383