Law Enforcement Scholarships
Here are some of the Law Enforcement scholarships on our site for which you may qualify.
The program is open to students who are citizens of the United States enrolled in a Law Enforcement or Police Administration course in an accredited college or university which offers a degree in these fields of study. Only applicants who have completed one year of study in a college are eligible. Students working toward an advanced degree are eligible if their graduate study is in Law Enforcement or Police Administration. Applications will be accepted from more than one member of the same family. Not more than one scholarship, however, will be granted to any one family. Past recipients of a scholarship are ineligible for consideration for a second grant.
Please get in touch with the contact person below for deadline of application.
Given to support the training of a New York City Police Officer with the Tel Aviv police force for one year. Max Anteles was a NYPD Sergeant with the Motorcycle Squad #2 until he and his wife, Ruth, died in a bus accident in 1947. The Fellowship is given in their honor by their grandchildren.
This scholarship will be given to a H.S. senior pursuing a degree in Criminal Justice.
Applicants will be required to write an essay on why he/she wants to be a Law Enforcement officer.
The Ronald G. Williams, Jr. Foundation was formed in memory of Delaware State Police Master Corporal Ronald G. Williams, Jr., and to honor his commitment to faith, family, and duty. In keeping with this goal, the Foundation each year solicits applications for one-time $1000.00 scholarships to be used toward full-time postsecondary education at an accredited college or university. The Criminal Justice scholarships are open to high school seniors from Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania, having at least a 2.5 grade point average (GPA) or equivalent, and who are pursuing an education, majoring in Criminal Justice. To compete for a scholarship award, the completed application packet must be postmarked March 1st through May 31st of the
applicant’s senior high school year. The award must then be applied to full-time schooling, with a declared major
in Criminal Justice, starting in the Fall of that same calendar year. Winners will be notified by mail, and have their
names, high school name, and essay posted on the Foundation’s Internet website in July of that same year.
To be considered as an applicant for this scholarship, the following instructions must be followed:
The complete Application Packet must be received by the Foundation as a single mailing that is postmarked March 1st through May 31st of applicant’s senior high school year.
The Application Packet must contain this two-page Application Form, being filled out and signed as directed.
The Application Packet must contain a copy of applicant’s most recent high school course transcript and a copy of the applicant’s most recent report card.
The Application Packet must contain three reference letters from 3 different adults, each making specific mention of this particular Foundation’s scholarship.
The Applicant Packet must contain a 500-word minimum essay, authored by the applicant, describing as to why he/she wants to pursue a career as a Law Enforcement officer. The essay must be typed double-spaced, black ink on white paper, using Times New Roman or Arial font style, and 12 pt font size
The Herold and Retta Reuss Public Safety Scholarship is awarded to one or more Marshall High School or Marshall Alternative High School graduates, previous recipients or Marshall area residents who are pursuing a career in the Criminal Justice, Emergency Medical Services, or other related fields, such as but not limited to, Fireman, Policeman, Legal Secretary or Dispatcher. Qualifying applicants must demonstrate the drive and ability to be successful in pursuing a college education and/or a certification process in the fields aforementioned. Financial need may be a deciding factor. MinimumGPA not required.Students must complete the application for scholarships administered by the Marshall Community Foundation. This Application can be downloaded from the Scholarship page at the Foundation website, www.marshallcf.org, or contact the Foundation Office at 269.781.2273 or email@example.comEssay Questions: What field have you chosen to pursue in your studies? What made you decide to pursue this career? How do you hope to impact the community around you?Recommendation Letters: Two required- one from high school educator/administrator or employer and one from an adult member of the community (not a family member).Financial Criteria: Yes, please complete financial aid information and return with scholarship application.GPA: N/A
College/Department: Applied Sciences & Arts - Administration of Justice For an outstanding junior majoring in administration of justice.
College/Department: Applied Sciences & Arts - Administration of Justice Applicants must be current graduate students in the AJ program working towards master
Must be pursuing a career in probation or police-related field of study
Must be a resident of Hawai`i or California
Demonstrate financial need
Student Air Report (SAR) from the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
Two letters of recommendation from teachers, coaches or community organization who can comment on your overall character
Applications are open to the general public. However, it is the policy of the Pauahi Foundation to give preference to applicants of Hawaiian ancestry to the extent permitted by law.
The intent of this award is to enable students to attend the college of their choice while building their career.
In most cases, the Breining Scholarship award will be at least $1,500.
Awards are announced at the National Law Enforcement Explorer Conference held biannually in July. We encourage Award Recipients to participate in the Conference.
All awards must be applied to tuition and fees only. Recipients will be directly reimbursed upon submission of receipts for approved expenses.
Who is Eligible?
Any Law Enforcement Explorer who is in good standing with their local Explorer Post and graduating from high school within the next 18 months or is currently enrolled in undergraduate studies.
Candidates will be evaluated according to their character, ethics, and demonstrated leadership in Law Enforcement Exploring and their community.
High school seniors entering college and returning undergraduate college students attending accredited U.S. colleges or universities are eligible.
Awards may only be granted to applicants who are active Law Enforcement Explorers in good standing with recommendation from their Post advisor and head of your agency sponsor.
Demonstrate a meaningful contribution to society both present and future.
Demonstrate impeccable character and ethics.
Demonstrate leadership abilities in Law Enforcement Exploring and their community.
The Foundation, in making grants does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, gender, sexual orientation, handicap, or national ethnic origin. Trustees of the James E. Breining Scholarship Award Foundation or their families are ineligible to receive these grants.
Complete application packages with all supporting materials can only be submitted between January 1 and March 31 of the year of the National Law Enforcement Conference.
Send complete applications with supporting materials to firstname.lastname@example.org. Only transcripts should be mailed hard copy to Breining Scholarship, 1201 SW Wall, Des Moines, IA 50315.
Verify your eligibility before submitting an application to be sure that you qualify.
Two merit-based awards are conferred. Each consists of a $500 one-time scholarship. The recognition will be presented
at the national law enforcement Explorer conference or at a local ceremony.
Who Is Eligible
Any law enforcement Explorer who is in the 12th grade or in an accredited college program may apply. Candidates will be
evaluated on the basis of their academic record, leadership ability, extracurricular activities, and a personal statement on
"What significance I place on a technical background in law enforcement."
The candidate should complete the application with the certification of the
1. Post Advisor
2. Head of the participating organization
3. Learning for Life representative
The applicant should also submit
1. Three letters of recommendation (at least two from people outside of law enforcement)
2. A 250-word (minimum) essay on "How will technology affect law enforcement in the 21st Century?"
3. High school transcripts (if in college, submit both college and high school transcripts)
4. A black-and-white glossy photograph (preferably in uniform) for publicity purposes in the event of selection
The original and RQH cop\of the application and support materials must be received no later than March 31 to:
National Law Enforcement Scholarships and Awards
1325 West Walnut Hill Lane
P.O. Box 152079
Irving, TX 75015-2079
Applied Sciences & Arts - Administration of Justice Award: Annual Criteria: Contact Department for details. For more information, please call: 408-924-2940
Two scholarships will be awarded to a male and female Justice Studies junior, respectively, based upon GPA and extra-curricular activities.
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