July 25, 2023
Apply Today for 2023 A.L.E.R.T. Law Enforcement Grants!
The Wisconsin County Mutual Insurance Corporation (WCMIC) has established the 2023 Advanced Law Enforcement Risk Training (ALERT) Law Enforcement Grants program to support our member law enforcement agencies’ risk management efforts.
A total of $30,000 of grant monies is available in the program. Apply for a 2023 A.L.E.R.T Law Enforcement Grant here.
To be eligible for the 2023 Law Enforcement Grants, grantees must:
Law enforcement agencies are welcome to apply for grant monies towards:
- Equipment/Technology/PPE (NO firearms or non/less-lethal alternatives [i.e., Tasers])
- Community awareness campaigns
- Mental health and wellness
- Other innovative ideas/programs
All prospective grantees must complete the “2023 ALERT Law Enforcement Grants Application.” It is suggested that prospective grantees provide supplemental information as attachments to the application that will benefit the reviewers’ understanding of your request. Completed applications must be signed by the person completing the form AND the Sheriff or Commanding Officer.
An insured agency may only submit one application.
Completed applications should be submitted at the link below by 4:30 p.m. on Friday, October 13, 2023.
Following a thorough review, grants will be awarded by the WCMIC and CIC’s Loss Prevention/Workers’ Compensation Advisory Committee. WCMIC cannot guarantee the award of the full amount you request. Grant winners will be notified following the committee’s November meeting.
If you have any questions regarding the 2023 ALERT Law Enforcement Grants, please contact Josh Dirkse, Senior Vice President of Client Services, via email or phone at 262-230-1495.
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