Lifeloc Technologies and Help Law Enforcement Find and Secure Breathalyzer Equipment Grants

New Program Helps Law Enforcement Locate Grants for Lifeloc Portable Breath Alcohol Testers on the Federal, State and Corporate Level

Wheat Ridge, Colo. - Lifeloc Technologies, a leading American manufacturer of portable breath alcohol testers for law enforcement, is pleased to announce its participation in a grant support program with to assist law enforcement agencies find and secure grant opportunities.

In tough economic times, dollars are scarce and many city and county budgets are being cut. The amount of grant dollars available for police has remained strong, yet many departments are unfamiliar with the grant process and lack the knowledge or resources to successfully apply for grants.

“Grants are a critical source of funding for departments across the country. The purpose of our program is to provide thorough information about available grants and the tools to create successful applications,” said Sarah Wilson, Director of the Grants Program. “We are proud to be able to assist with simplifying the grants process for first responders.”

Law Enforcement Agencies interested in reviewing Lifeloc’s line of DOT and state approved preliminary breath testers can visit the Law Enforcement section of or directly access and complete this grant assistance form.

About Lifeloc Technologies
Lifeloc Technologies is a leading American manufacturer of professional breath alcohol testing instruments (breathalyzers) for law enforcement. Lifeloc also offers comprehensive online and classroom training, supplies and drug screening products. We manufacture Law Enforcement Portable Breath Alcohol Testers (PBTs) and Workplace Evidential Breath Testers (EBTs). Lifeloc evidential and screening devices are approved by the U.S. DOT and other state and international regulatory agencies. More information about Lifeloc is available at

About mission is to provide members of the first responder community with a comprehensive resource for grant information and assistance. features a grant database of federal state, local and corporate grant opportunities that allow users to spend less time searching for grants and more time on research and grant writing. In addition we provide a multitude of grant assistance tools including research guidance, grant writing and review, grant resources, tools, news, and much more.

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