US Department of Justice awards THREE California Consulting clients COPS Grants for over $1.5 Million

California Consulting is excited that improvement projects for the City of Parlier, South Whittier School District, and Meridian Community School District were approved by the Department of Justice for over $1.5 Million!

The City of Parlier received The COPS Hiring Grant for $575,840 to hire officers. Melissa Noriego, CC Project Manager, wrote the awarded application.

South Whittier School District received $473,019 in funding from the COPS School Violence Prevention Program (SVPP) for security cameras at all schools, maintenance buildings, and District office, and digital radios. Our Statewide Senior Project Manager, Dana Leusch, ensured the winning application.

Meridian Community School District received $500,000 from COPS School Violence Prevention Program that will go to fund a CPTED to redesign school vestibules to create a secure single point of entry. Jaclyn Harte, CC Project Manager, directed and implemented a team of individuals to produce a winning application.

CC Secured a total of $1,548,859 for our clients. These wonderful projects will safeguard the lives of the community in a number of ways. This success is due to our highly skilled grant writers who worked diligently to provide the best application for our clients.


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Tuesday, November 22, 2022 - 06:30

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