2017 Grant Funding Guide Released For Law Enforcement Agencies Seeking Body Worn Cameras and In Car Video Systems

ALLEN, TX: January 12, 2017

Partnering with the Grants Office, LLC, WatchGuard Video publishes guide identifying federal, state and private funding available for law enforcement agencies.

WatchGuard Video, the leading manufacturer of body cameras and in-car video systems for law enforcement, has partnered with the Grants Office, LLC to publish a Grant Funding Guide for the 2017 funding cycle.

Through thorough research, almost $2 billion in grant opportunities have been identified for law enforcement to fund the costs of body-worn and in-car camera programs. The 50-page Grant Funding Guide provides grant-specific requirements for federal, state and private funding programs, as well as, best practices for successful grant applications. The 2017 guide is supplemented by an online database of funding opportunities searchable by funding source and state. The database is accessible to law enforcement personnel who have downloaded the Grant Funding Guide.

In addition to the Grant Funding Guide and the searchable database of funding opportunities, WatchGuard will host a webinar Friday, February 3, 2017 at 2 PM EST. The webinar will feature grant writing professionals from the Grants Office offering advice, tips and real-time guidance on authoring effective grant proposals. Registration details will be made available to those who download the 2017 Grant Funding Guide.

The Grant Funding Guide is available for download here and is offered at no cost to law enforcement agencies.

About WatchGuard Video

Allen, Texas-based WatchGuard Video, technology pioneer and market leader for law enforcement video systems, helps agencies capture the whole truth with the most reliable, durable and highest-quality products: Panoramic X2™ 4RE® in-car and VISTA™ body-worn HD cameras. The company supplies one-third of law enforcement agencies in the U.S. and Canada. WatchGuard's engineering investments in video, including more than $50 million in R&D, have resulted in numerous technological breakthroughs, such as Record-After-the-Fact™ technology and the first in-car, dual-lens panoramic camera, as well as 26 patents issued or pending.

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