This scholarship shall be awarded once per year to an active LEVA member employed by a Public Safety agency wishing to attend Levels 1 or 2.
A member can receive the scholarship only once.
The scholarship covers the tuition for the respective course applied for.
The LEVA Executive Director is responsible for selecting the recipient of this scholarship. This scholarship shall be awarded to an employee who works directly with and paid by a Public Safety (i.e. government) agency. To be eligible to receive the Grant Fredericks Training Scholarship, any LEVA member, who submits an application, must be ‘in good standing’ with the organization; i.e., their LEVA membership is current and up-to-date; and adheres to LEVA’s Code of Conduct and Code of Ethics.
Grant Fredericks is one of the principal architects of LEVA’s forensic video training and certification programs. A pioneer in video forensics, he instructed for LEVA over many years. The thousands who have learned from him know that his name and reputation represent the highest ethics, professionalism and competence.
Any LEVA member who is approved and receives a Grant Fredericks Training Scholarship agrees to the following:
- You must conduct yourself in an exemplary manner to reflect the highest possible ethical and professional status of your agency and LEVA.
- In the event that a LEVA member, who receives a Grant Fredericks Training Scholarship is unable to attend the class for any reason, they (the LEVA member) shall immediately notify the LEVA Executive Director (email@example.com) to advise of their inability to attend the course.
- The scholarship is not transferable and valid for the scheduled class only.
Please complete the application form and email, fax or mail to the LEVA Executive Director, fax (240) 371-5809 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. You will receive an acknowledgment of its receipt.
Submit the PDF application below no later than 60 days prior to the first day of the class desired.
Applicants will be notified of results NLT 45 days prior to day one of the class.