Request for Proposals: Law Enforcement Curriculum Video Project
NCALL is requesting proposals from video production companies interested in working on the Law Enforcement Curriculum Video Project. This project is funded by the Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women (OVW). These videos will be used to train frontline law enforcement officers to better identify and respond to elder abuse.
The video production company for this project will be responsible for working with NCALL to create three videos:
- A video depicting a law enforcement officer interviewing an elder abuse survivor;
- A video depicting a law enforcement officer interviewing an elder abuse survivor who has dementia;
- A video interview with professionals discussing effective strategies for law enforcement interviews with older adults.
The total length of the finished videos will be no more than twenty minutes. They will be loosely scripted. NCALL will provide the actors and professional interviewee(s).
The video production company will be responsible for:
- hiring local crews to film these videos at one two-day filming event utilizing two different sets (location TBD);
- assisting with developing a communications strategy for filming, developing interview questions and interviewing when necessary;
- creating and editing raw footage;
- working with NCALL and OVW to determine what footage to use for this project;
- making the final edits;
- ensuring compliance with the ADA and other related federal law, and;
- working with NCALL and OVW to ensure accurate captioning and visual description of video clips.
The approximate timeline for completing this project is October – November, 2022, with the final timeline to be determined by NCALL and selected vendor.
If you are interested in submitting a proposal, please complete the application cover sheet found on page 3 of the RFP and submit a resume and sample of work. Proposals are due to Ann Laatsch by August 4, 2022. Application materials can be sent to Ann Laatsch at email@example.com.
Please contact Ann Laatsch for more information about this project. For more information about NCALL, see www.ncall.us.