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Grants are a valuable way to obtain the funding needed to get the necessary tools to modernize your digital forensics capabilities. Maybe you’ve heard about available grant funding, but it’s been difficult to find the time to sort through options, let alone apply.

We’ve put together an aggregate of all the funds that the law enforcement community potentially has access to and will regularly update this page as more grants become available. We’re here to help you solve your funding challenges so you can get the tools your team needs today.

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Current Grants

There are certain types of grants for specific purposes, but your articulation of the problem, along with the solution, will influence if you are awarded funds. Investigations can fit in the criteria for any grant listed below and, as a result, funding may be available to purchase tools such as digital investigative software. You may still qualify for a grant even if your need doesn’t quite match the one identified on the FOA. Check out some of the current grants available to law enforcement agencies in the United States that can be leveraged to receive funding for your agency:




The COPS Office awards grants to hire community policing professionals, develop and test innovative policing strategies, and provide training and technical assistance to community members, local government leaders, and all levels of law enforcement. Since digital evidence is becoming a more prominent component of modern investigations, articulating the need for digital forensics software to process and analyze digital evidence may help position your application to receive funding.

$35M in funding with maximum of $4M per award

A competitive grant solicitation, open to state law enforcement agencies with multijurisdictional reach and interdisciplinary team (e.g. task force) structures, in states with high per capita rates of primary treatment admissions. Approximately $35 million in funding is available for FY 2021 AHTF. Each grant is three years (36 months) in duration, and there is no local match. Each grant recipient may receive a maximum of $4 million.

$15 M in funding available with maximum of 2M per award

A competitive grant solicitation, open to state law enforcement agencies with multijurisdictional reach and interdisciplinary team (e.g. task force) structures, in states with high seizures of precursor chemicals, finished methamphetamine, laboratories, and laboratory dump seizures.

8M in funding available with maximum of $125,000 per award

The Fiscal Year 2021 Law Enforcement Mental Health and Wellness Act Program is a competitive solicitation open to all public governmental agencies. The purchase of digital forensics software that will aid in investigators’ wellness while performing their job could be an appropriate purchase.

The Bureau of Justice Assistance:

The Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) was created in 1984 to reduce violent crime, create safer communities, and reform our Nation’s criminal justice system. BJA strengthens the Nation’s criminal justice system and helps America’s state, local, and tribal jurisdictions reduce and prevent crime, reduce recidivism, and promote a fair and safe criminal justice system. BJA focuses its programmatic and policy efforts on providing a wide range of resources, including training and technical assistance, to law enforcement, courts, corrections, treatment, reentry, justice information sharing, and community-based partners to address chronic and emerging criminal justice challenges nationwide.

Total Amount Awarded $355M

The Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Program is the primary provider of federal criminal justice funding to states and units of local government. The Byrne Program, created by the Anti-Drug Abuse Act of 1988 (Public Law 100-690), emphasizes the reduction of violent and drug-related crimes and fosters multijurisdictional efforts to support national drug control priorities.

Total Amount Awarded 35M

The Paul Coverdell Forensic Science Improvement Grants Program awards grants to states and units of local government to help improve forensic science and medical examiner/coroner services, including services provided by laboratories operated by states and units of local government.

Total Amount Awarded $1,832,164

The IPEP program is a grant solely dedicated to cyber enforcement. This grant is predominantly focused on intellectual property and economy, but also has a cyber component which could lend itself to proposals for digital forensics software.

Victims of Crime Acts (VOCA)

VOCA grants have been allocated to assist victims of cybercrime. For example, the purchase of digital forensics software to identify and protect victims could be a justified purchase for this grant.

Total Amount Awarded $1,041,072,031

OVC will award each eligible state and territory victim assistance program an annual grant to support eligible crime victim assistance programs in that state or territory. Eligible crime victim assistance programs are those that are “operated by a public agency or nonprofit organization, or a combination of such agencies or organizations or of both such agencies and organizations, and provide services to victims of crime,” and that meet the other requirements set out in 34 U.S.C.

Homeland Security Grants

This program provides funding to enhance regional preparedness and capabilities in designated high-threat, high-density areas.

This program provides funding to support the implementation of risk-driven, capabilities-based State Homeland Security Strategies to address capability targets.