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AG 20-541 - Department of JusticeRETURN TO: Kurt Schwan / PD EXT: 6875 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY LAW DEPARTMENT ROUTING FORM ORIGINATING DEPT./DIV: PD / PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS ORIGINATING STAFF PERSON: KURT SCHWAN EXT: 6875 3. DATE REQ. BY: ASAP TYPE OF DOCUMENT (CHECK ONE): ❑ CONTRACTOR SELECTION DOCUMENT (E.G., RFB, RFP, RFQ) ❑ PUBLIC WORKS CONTRACT ❑ SMALL OR LIMITED PUBLIC WORKS CONTRACT ❑ PROFESSIONAL SERVICE AGREEMENT ❑ MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT ❑ GOODS AND SERVICE AGREEMENT ❑ HUMAN SERVICES/ CDBG ❑ REAL ESTATE DOCUMENT ❑ SECURITY DOCUMENT (E.G. BOND RELATED DOCUMENTS) ❑ ORDINANCE ❑ RESOLUTION ❑ CONTRACT AMENDMENT (AG#): ❑ INTERLOCAL ❑ OTHER PROJECT NAME: COPS GRANT - 2020 NAME OF CONTRACTOR: DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE ADDRESS: WASHINGTON DC TELEPHONE: (800) 421-6770 E-MAIL: FAX: SIGNATURE NAME: TITLE: EXHIBITS AND ATTACHMENTS: X SCOPE, WORK OR SERVICES ❑ COMPENSATION ❑ INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS/CERTIFICATE ❑ ALL OTHER REFERENCED EXHIBITS ❑ PROOF OF AUTHORITY TO SIGN ❑ REQUIRED LICENSES ❑ PRIOR CONTRACT/AMENDMENTS TERM: COMMENCEMENT DATE: DECEMBER 2019 COMPLETION DATE: ANNUAL RENEWAL THROUGH 12/31/2024 TOTAL COMPENSATION $750,000.00 (INCLUDE EXPENSES AND SALES TAX, IF ANY) (IF CALCULATED ON HOURLY LABOR CHARGE - ATTACH SCHEDULES OF EMPLOYEES TITLES AND HOLIDAY RATES) REIMBURSABLE EXPENSE: ❑ YES ❑ NO IF YES, MAXIMUM DOLLAR AMOUNT: $ IS SALES TAX OWED ❑ YES ❑ NO IF YES, $ RETAINAGE: RETAINAGE AMOUNT: ROVIDED ❑ PURCHASING: PLEASE CHARGE TO: 0. DOCUMENT/CONTRACT REVIEW ❑ PROJECT MANAGER ❑ DIRECTOR ❑ RISK MANAGEMENT (IF APPLICABLE) I LAW 1. COUNCIL APPROVAL (IF APPLICABLE) 2. CONTRACT SIGNATURE ROUTING ❑ SENT TO VENDOR/CONTRACTOR PAID BY: ❑ CONTRACTOR ❑ CITY ❑ RETAINAGE AGREEMENT (SEE CONTRACT) OR ❑ RETAINAGE BOND INITIAL / DATE REVIEWED DK 6-18-20 SCHEDULED COMMITTEE DATE: 6/23/20 SCHEDULED COUNCIL DATE: 7/7/20 DATE SENT: INITIAL / DATE APPROVED COMMITTEE APPROVAL DATE: COUNCIL APPROVAL DATE: DATE REC'D: ❑ ATTACH: SIGNATURE AUTHORITY, INSURANCE CERTIFICATE, LICENSES, EXHIBITS ❑ CREATE ELECTRONIC REMINDER/NOTIFICATION FOR 1 MONTH PRIOR TO EXPIRATION DATE (Include dept. support staff if necessary and feel free to set notification more than a month in advance if council approval is needed.) INITIAL / DATE SIGNED ❑ LAW DEPARTMENT V. NATORY (MAYOR OR DIRECTOR) c�C� ❑ CITY CLERK ❑ ASSIGNED AG# AG# ❑ SIGNED COPY RETURNED DATE SENT: ;OMMENTS: COUNCIL MEETING DATE: July 7, 2020 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL ITEM #: 5e SUBJECT: 2020 COPS HIRING PROGRAM GRANT POLICY QUESTION: Should the Federal Way Police Department accept a Department of Justice COPS Hiring Program grant for $750,000 to hire six (6) officers? COMMITTEE: Finance, Economic Development and Regional Affairs MEETINGDATE: June 23, 2020 Council Committee CATEGORY: ® Consent ❑ Ordinance ❑ Public Hearing ❑ City Council Business ❑ Resolution ❑ Other STAFF REPORT BY: Kurt Schwan, Professional Standards Commander DEPT: Police Attachments: 1. Staff Report 2. 2020 COPS Hiring Program grant application 3. 2020 COPS Hiring Program grant award list Options Considered: 1. Approve the proposed grant and authorize execution of the contract. 2. Do not approve the proposed grant and provide direction to staff. MAYOR'S RECOMMENDATION: Option 1. MAYOR APPROVAL: G// -'/<5L e, (- - Z- ' initiallDate DIRECTOR APPROVAL:,� -� COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: I move to forward the proposed grant to the July 7, 2020, Council consent agenda for approval. V,2-00yr. 1°/Z314 �aLh►11k T Y�a� ODM �IZ3�Zr�?a Committee Chair C-'nmmittcu Member Committee Member PROPOSED COUNCIL MOTION: "I move to approve the proposed grant for $750,000 and authorize the Mayor to sign said agreement. " (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE) COUNCIL :-tif'i IfJ:N; i APPFt[�\F�; ','+ ���� COUNCIL BILL# Dl! -w11-11.) First reading ❑ TABLED/DEFERRED/NO ACTION Enactment reading ❑ MOVED TO SECOND READING (ordinances only) ORDINANCE # REVISED — 12/2017 RESOLUTION # CITY OF FEDERAL WAY MEMORANDUM DATE: June 23, 2020 TO: Finance, Economic Development and Regional Affairs Council Committee VIA: Jim Ferrell, Mayor FROM: Andy J. Hwang, Chief of Police SUBJECT: 2020 COPS Hiring Program (CHP) Firnancial Impacts: By accepting the awarded 2020 COPS Hiring Program (CHP) grant in the amount of $750,000 from the U.S. Department of Justice the City commits to hiring six officers over the three year award period (2020-2023). Background Information: In 2020, the Department of Justice awarded nearly $400 million in grant funding through the Department's Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS Office) COPS Hiring Program (CHP). The CHP is a competitive award program intended to reduce crime and advance public safety through community policing by providing funding for the hiring of career law enforcement officers. The Federal Way Police Department has been awarded multiple CHP grants, the latest being 2017, which will expire in November of this year. With the acceptance of this grant and the addition of six officers, the police to population ratio will become more in line with nationally accepted 1.4 officers per 1,000 persons of city population. During this award period, the COPS office received nearly 1,100 CHP applications of which only 596 were granted awards. Page 1 of 26 r y /p v FA 'Z ' k orllfr�r1P COPS Office Award Application WA01736 Federal Way, City of OPS Community Oriented;' r.i services U.S. DepartmentofJustice SECTION 1: COPS OFFICE AWARD PROGRAM REQUEST Federal assistance is being requested under the following COPS Office program: Verify the COPS Office award program for which you are requesting federal assistance. A separate application must be completed for each COPS Office program for' f h+cr you 3,o a;;n;yi,rg Please ensu a tha! c -au rc c,ia 4mver.sran:* and agree to comply with the applicable award terms and conditions as outhn,ad in r.ne a -GPS OiCirc •+ry:rrcation Gi;.do belare 5r;ali_ i.ng .;ou+ se42cV0n The program you have selected is: COPS Hiring Program SECTION 2: AGcNCY ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION A. Type of Agency (select one) ;%' Law Enforcement Non -Law Enforcement From the list below, please select the type of agency which best describes the applicant. Page 2 of 26 Law Enforcement Entities Municipal Gcvernment Please indicate If your jurisdiction is primarily considered rural, urban or suburban. L]rdsan 2A. CHP Eligibility Questions In this section, we will ask you several questions about your law enforcement agency operations and authority to determine your eligibility to apply for a COPS Hiring Program (CHP) award. Please note that CHP applicants must have a police department that is operational as of January 09, 2020, or receive services through a new or existing contract for law enforcement services. Applicants must also maintain primary law enforcement authority for the population to be served In addition, if funds under this program are to be used as part of a written contracting arrangement for law enforcement services (e.g., a town which contracts with a neighboring sheriff's department to receive services), the government agency wishing to receive law enforcement services must be the legal applicant in this application (although we will ask you to supply some information about the contract service provider later)_ Part I. Law Enforcement Agency Operations A law enforcement agency is established and operational if the jurisdiction has passed authorizing legislation and it has a current operating budget. Q1) Is your agency established and currently operational? Yes v Part IL Contracting to Receive Law Enforcement Services Q1) If awarded, does your agency plan to use funds awarded under this award to establish or supplement a written contract for law enforcement services (e g., a town contracting for services with a nearby sheriffs department)? No vI Part III. Law Enforcement Agency Authority An agency with primary law enforcement authority is defined as the first responder to calls for service for all types of criminal incidents within its jurisdiction. Agencies are not considered to have primary law enforcement authority if they only., respond to of investigate specific type(s) of crime(s), respond to or investigate crimes within a correctional institution, serve warrants, provide courthouse security, transport prisoners, have cases referred to them for investigation or investigational support or only some combination of these. Q1) Based on the definition above, does your agency have primary law enforcement authority? [Or, if contracting to receive services, does the agency that will be providing law enforcement services have primary law enforcement authority for the population to be served?] Yes v SECTION 3: GENERAL AGENCY INFORMATION A. Applicant ORI Number WA01736 The ORI number is assigned by the FBI and is your agency's unique identifier. The COPS Office uses the first seven characters of this number. The first two letters are your state abbreviation, the next three numbers are your county's code, and the next two numbers identify yourjurisdiction within your county. If you do not currently have an ORI number, the COPS Office will assign one to your agency for the purpose of tracking your award. ORI numbers assigned to agencies by the COPS Office may end in `ZZ." B. Applicant Data Universal Numbering System (DUNS) Number: 6125099010000 71 A Data Universal Numbering System (DUNS) number is required prior to submitting this application A DUNS number is a unique nine or thirteen digit sequence recognized as the universal standard for identifying and keeping track of entities receiving federal funds. For more information about how to obtain a DUNS number, please refer to the "How to Apply" section of the COPS Office Application Guide. Applicant Data Universal Numbering System (DUNS) Name: C i•. of Federal', ':iv If your registered name in DUNS is different from your COPS legal name, please enter the registered name. For more information about how to obtain a DUNS name, please refer to https://www dnb com/duns-number/lookup hlml. C. System for Award Management (SAM) The System for Award Management (SAM) replaces the Central Contractor Registration (CCR) database as the repository for standard information about federal financial assistance applicants, recipients, and sub recipients. The U.S. Department of Justice requires that all applicants (other than individuals) for federal financial assistance maintain current registrations in the SAM database. Please note that applicants must update or renew their SAM registration at least once a year to maintain active status. Applicants that were previously registered in the CCR database must, at a minimum: Create a SAM account Log into SAM and migrate permissions to the SAM account (qll the entity registrations and records should already have been migrated). Applicants that were not previously registered in the CCR database must register in SAM prior to registering in Grants.gov. Information about SAM Registration procedures can be accessed at https://www sam.gov For more information about how to register with SAM, please refer to the "How to Apply" section of the COPS Office Application Guide. Your SAM Registration is set to expire on: 11 Ill7j *c Please eider date in MM/DD/YYYY rormal Note: If your SAM registration is set to expire poor to September 30, 2020, please renew your SAM Registration prior to completing this application. Contact the SAM Service Desk at 866-606-8220 or view/update your registration information at htlps://www sam.gov E. Cognizant Federal Agency: jDepartment of Juslir,-_ v; Select the legal applicant's Cognizant Federal Agency A Cognizant Federal Agency, generally, is the federal agency from which yourjurisdiction receives the most federal funding. Your Cognizant Federal Agency also may have been previously designated by the Office of Management and Budget. Applicants that have never received federal funding should select "Department of Justice" as the Cognizant Federal Agency Page 3 of 26 F. Fiscal Year: From 01/01/2020 to 112131/2020 Please enter date in MM/DD/YYYY format. G. U.S District Attorney Question a. Indicate your U.S Attorney's Office District by selecting your state and then selecting U.S Attorney's Office District in b. Washington v b. Indicate your U.S Attorney's Office District by selecting from the drop-down. Washington,Westem v H. Law Enforcement Agency Sworn Force Information 1. Enter the Fiscal Year Budaetcd Sworn Force Strength for the current fiscal year below. The budgeted number of swom officer positions is the number of sworn positions funded in your agency's budget, including funded but frozen positions, as well as state, Bureau of Indian Affairs, or locally funded vacancies. Do not include unfunded vacancies or unpaid/reserve officers. a. Number of officers funded in agency's current fiscal year budget: Full -Time: 134 Part-Time:r.l I. Civilian Staffing 1 Enter the number of civilian positions funded in agency's current fiscal year budget: a. Number of civilian positions funded in agency's current fiscal year budget: Full -Time: 32 Part -Time: 0 J. U.S. Department of Justice and Other Federal Funding Applicants are required to disclose whether they have pending applications for federally funded assistance or active federal awards that support the same or similar activities or services for which funding is being requested under this application. Be advised that as a general rule COPS Office funding may not be used for the same item or service funded through another funding source. However, leveraging multiple funding sources in a complementary manner to implement comprehensive programs or projects is encouraged and is not seen as inappropriate. To aid the COPS Office in the prevention of awarding potentially duplicative funding, please indicate whether your agency has a pending application and/or an active award with any other federal funding source (e.g. direct federal funding or indirect federal funding through State sub -awarded federal funds) which supports the same or similar activities or services as being proposed in this COPS Office application. (complete the tables below): Summary of CurrentlActive Non -COPS Office Awards that Support the Same or Similar Activities or Services as being Proposed in the COPS Office AppiEc. ticm Federal Awarding Agency or State Agency for Sub- Award Number Program Name Award Start Date mm/dd/ 1 Award End Award Describe How This Project Differs Date Amount From The Application For COPS mmidd/ Office Funding aw 7tf�d ea& --r �dfrrg�`— i I I I Fu I i i i II I i - I _F7. y i i i Page 4 of 26 _L_.._ _.l 1 ii II 1 II I II I Non -COPS Office Awards that Support the Same or Similar Activities or Services as being Proposed in the COPS Summary of Current/Active pp g p Office A oWic;,tion Federal Awarding Application Program Name Agency or State Number (if Aaenev for Sub- known) Project Length Total Items Requested Requested Amount Describe How This Project Differs From The Application For COPS Office Funding aw rc a ceras - -.. I I I I � Ii I II �. i II II II . ._ II II II Page 5 of 26 II I i I SECTION 4: EXECUTIVE INFORMATION Note: Listing individuals without ultimate programmatic and financial authority for the award could delay the review of your application, or remove your application from consideration A. Law Enforcement ExecutivelAgency Executive Information: For Law Enforcement Agencies: This is the highest ranking law enforcement official within yourjurisdiction (e.g., Chief of Police, Sheriff, or equivalent). The section below has been pre -populated from the information listed in your COPS Office Agency Portal Account. If this information is no longer correct, please log in to your COPS Office Agency Portal account and make the necessary corrections before proceeding with this application. For assistance, please call the COPS Office Response Center at 800-421-6770. For Non -Law Enforcement Agencies: This is the highest ranking individual in the applicant agency (e g., chief executive officer, president, chairperson, director) who has the authority to apply for this award on behalf of the applicant agency. If the award is awarded, this position will ultimately be responsible The section below hes been pre -populated from the information listed in your COPS Office Agency Portal Account. if tiros infcrmad'Qn is +ro lorgur carr®;:t, please log fn to your COPS Office Agency Portal account and make Che necessary corrections before proceeding with this application. For assistance, please call the COPS Office Response Center at 800-421-6770. Title: Chief of Police First Name: Andy MI: Last Name: Hwang Suffix: Agency Name: Federal Way, City of Streetl : 33325 8th Avenue South Street2: City: Federal Way State: WA Zip i Postal Code: 98003 Telephone Number: 2538356701 Fax: 2538356739 Email: andy hwang@cityoffederalway com Edit Contact Information If your agency previously indicated in Section 2, that if awarded, this award would be used in a written contracting arrangement to receive law enforcement services (e.g., a town which is contracting with a neighboring sheriff's department to receive services), then question 4A, should display the executive information for the agency which will be providing the law enforcement services under this award (e g., Sheriff). Question 4B should display the executive information for the government agency which will be receiving the law enforcement services under this award (i.e., Mayor, City Manager, etc.) Before proceeding with this application, we ask that you please log onto the COPS Office Agency Portal to update the agency providing law enforcement services as your Law Enforcement Executive/Agency Executive Information This information will be used to populate Section 4 of this application, so please ensure its accuracy. B. Government Executive/Financial Official Information: For Government Agencies: This is the highest ranking government official within your jurisdiction (e g., mayor, city administrator, or equivalent). The section below has been pre -populated from the information listed in your COPS Office Agency Portal Account. If this information is no longer correct, please log in to your COPS Office Agency Portal account and make the necessary corrections before proceeding with this application. For assistance, please call the COPS Office Response Center at 800-421-6770. For Non -Government Agencies: This is the financial official who has the authority to apply for this award on behalf of the applicant agency (e.g., chief financial officer, treasurer). If the award is awarded, this position will ultimately be responsible for the financial management of the award. Please note that information for non-executive positions (e.g., clerks, trustees) is not acceptable. The section below has been pre -populated from the information listed in your COPS Office Agency Portal Account. if this information is no longer correct, please log in to your COPS Office Agency Portal account and make the necessary corrections before proceeding with this application. For assistance, please call the COPS Office Response Center at 800-421-6770 Title: CFO First Name: Ade MI: I ast Name: Ariwoola Suffix Agency Name: Federal Way, City of Streetl: 33325 8th Avenue South Street2: City: Federal Way State: WA Zip I Postal Code: 98003 Telephone Number: 2538352520 Fax: 2538352409 Email: ade ariwooda@cityoffederalway corn Edit Contact Information Page 6 of 26 C. Application Contact Information: Application Contact. Enter the application contact's name and contact information. Title: Admin Commander First Name: Kurt MI: Last Name: Suffix. Select One v Agency Name:C.ky of Federal Way Police Dparrn•�zm. Street1: ,._ Z= Bib Ave South Street2: City: FpdRral vla State: v Zip / Postal Code: au ;;:a Telephone Number: 0 Fax: 1.=`• ::i,7f!8 Email: un &cityranwtydfeCc SECTION 5A: COPS HIRING PROGRAM OFFICER REQUEST Parti Enter the Fiscal Year Actual Sworn Force Strength as of the date of this application. The actual number of sworn officer positions is the actual number of sworn positions employed by your agency as of the date of this application Do not include funded but currently vacant positions or unpaid positions Number of officers employed by your agency as of the date of this application: Full -Time: Part -Time: Ic What is the actual population your department serves as the primary law enforcement entity? 97044 This may or may not be the same as your census poputatron For ezarnpfe• a sarJ(ce papulation may 5r= the cens:l9 capurat.on minus ncorpora:ed fawns and cihes that have their 0�cn police iepartment witnin your geographic boundaries car estrmale of ridership (w g :ransrt nolrCB) orWis,tars fe g., parr, police). An agency with primary law enforcement authority is defined as having first r $ponder responsibility to calls for service for alt types of criminal incidents within its jurisdiction For FY 2020 COPS Hiring Program (CHP) applicants are eligible to apply for the number of officer positions necessary to support their proposed community policing strategy Please keep in mind that there is a minimum 25 percent local cash match and a 12 -month retention req. lrement for each officer aesition funded The COPS Office will fund as many positions as possible for successful applicants; however, the number of officer posilions requested by an agency may be reduced based on the availability of funding and other programmatic considerations FY 2020 CHP award funds cover 75 percent of the approved entry-level salary and fringe benefits of each newly -hired and/or rehired, full-time sworn career law enforcement officer for three years (36 months) up to $125,000 per officer position. CHP award funding will be based on your agency's current entry- level salaries and fringe benefits for full-time sworn officers. If your agency requests officers to be deployed as school resource officers (SRO), ALL OF THE OFFICER POSITIONS REQUESTED BELOW MUST BE USED TO DEPLOY FULL-TIME school resource officers- Do not request more officer positions than your agency can expect to deploy in this capacity. A '.school resource officer' is a career law enforcement officer, with sworn authority, who is engaged in community policing activities and is assigned by the employing agency to work in collaboration with schools. If awarded an award for SRO position(s), please note that the COPS Office requires that the officer {s) deployed Into the SRO position(s) spend a miinimum of 75 percent of thein time in and around primary and secondary schools working on school and youth -related activities. The placement of law enforcement afters In school carries a risk of aantributing to a "school•to-prison pipeline" process where students are arrested or cited for minor, non-violent behavioral violations and then diverted to the juvenile court system. This pipeline wastes community resources and can lead to academic failure and greater recidivism rates for these students. If awarded, the recipient will agree that any officers deployed while implementing School-based Policing under the COPS Hiring Program award may not be involved in the administrative discipline of the students. There must be an increase in the level of community policing activities performed in and around primary or secondary schools in the agency's jurisdiction as a result of the award The time commitment of the funded officers must be above and beyond the amount of time that the agency devoted to the schools before receiving the award. Recipients using CHP funding to hire or deploy school resource officers into schools must submit to the COPS Office a signed memorandum of understanding (MOU) between the law enforcement agency and the school partner(s) before obligating or drawing down funds under this award. An MOU is not required at time of application; however, if the law enforcement agency already has an MOU in place that is applicable to the partnership, the MOU can be suomitted as an attachment in Section 13 of the award appiica:icn. The MOU must contain the folfo!wing; the purpose of the MOU, clearly defined roles and responsibilities of the school district and the law enforcernent agency focusing officers' roles on safety, information sharing, supervision responsibility, and chain of command for the SRO and signatures If awarder. a recipient mw: submit an MOU to the COPS Office witnin 90 days from the date shown on the award congratulatory letter Implementation of the COPS Hiring Program award without submission and acceptance of the required MOU may result in expenditures not being reimbursed by the COPS Office and/or award de -obligation - In addition, in Section 6B, you must select "School Based Policing through School Resource Officers" under'School Based Policing" as your focus area - Is your agency requesting that all of Ihese officer positions be deployed as school resource officers (SROs)? t« w How many officers are you requesting? In FY 2020, agencies may request the number of officer positions necessary to support their proposed community policing strategy. Please keep in mind, there is a minimum 25 percent local cash match and a 12 month retention period for each officer position funded. The COPS Office will fund as many positions as possible for sucE:assful applicants; however, the number of officer positions requested by an agency may be reduced based on the availability of funding and other programrmatic considerations. How many entry-level, full-time officer positions is your agency requesting in this application? I IMPiRTANT: If you later return to this section cf the apply ztia i and charge the above number of officers you are requesting, you must then go to Section - 14A Part 1 to allow the application to recaiculate your budget figures. You v+ill also need to adjust your projection of your Federal local share cents m the chart located in Section 14,4, Part 3. Failure to do this will cause a conflict in your budgel submission Next, your agency must allocate the number of positions requested under each of the three hiring calegor:es described below based on your agent's current needs at the lime of this application Please be mindful of the initial three-year award period, and your agency's ability to fill and retain the officer positions awarded, wn:le WiovFing your agency's established hiring policies and procedures CHP awards will be made For officer positions requested in each of the three hiring categories, and recipients are required to use awarded funds for the specific categories awarded Page 7 of 26 It is imperative that your agency understand that the COPS Office statutory nonsupplanting requirement mandates that award funds may only be used to supplement (increase) a recipient's .aw erforr.emPnf budget for sworn :,fficsr po_citions and may not supplant (replace) state, local, or tribal funds that a recipient otherwise would have speN cn ofr: er ?_jai°ions ,f it had not rereroed on a,.varc. This means that if your agency plans to (a) hire new offr- R' ikons (Including filo o exls;nAcancu ="._fin :! .• rc ion_qer lined in your agenc1:s 1budg@1L It must hire these new additional positions on or after the official award start date, above its current budgeted (funded) level of sworn officer positions, and otherwise comply with the nonsupplanting requirement as described in detail in the award owner's manual. (b) retire officers who havef5eerl Paid oM by arn�urisdicl3on as a resell of erste. local, or Iribal budget redurR;nr a It must rehire the officers on or after the official award. start date, malntatn decumen atim showing the date(s) that the positions were laid off and rehired, and otherwise comply with the nonsupplanting requirement as described in detail in the award owner's manual. (G) fir& who are fat the time of apefir on pnr9Mly scYredlrlect_to h�aid Eft tbv vou,f„tunsdictiunl on a snecific future date as a result of st^ Ise. total, or tribal budoet reductions_ It must continue to fund the officers with its own funds from the award start data until the date of the scheduled lay-off (for example, if the CHP award start date is September 1 and the lay-offs are scheduled for November 1, then the CHP funds may not be used to fund the officers until November 1, the date of the scheduled lay -oft); identity the number and date(s) of the scheduled layoff(s) in this application (see below); maintain documentation showing the date(s) and reason(s) for the lay-off; and otherwise comply with the nonsupplanting requirement as described in detail in the award owner's manual. [Please note that as long as your agency can document the date that the lay-off(s) would occur if CHP funds were not available, it may transfer the officers to the CHP funding on or immediately after the date of the lay-off without formally completing the administrative steps associated with a lay-off for each individual officer.] Documentation that may be used to prove that scheduled lay-offs are occurring for local economic reasons that are unrelated to the availability of CHP award funds may include (but are not limited to) council or departmental meeting minutes, memoranda, notices, or orders discussing the lay-offs; notices provided to the Individual officers regat'ding the date(s) of the lay-offs; or budget documents ordering departmental orjurisdiction-wide budget reductions. These records must be maintained with your agency's CHP award records during the award period and for three years following the date of the submission of the final expenditure report in the event of an audit, monitoring, or other evaluation of your award compliance. If your agency's request is funded, your agency will have the opportunity after the award announcement to request an award modification to move awarded funding into the category or categories that meet your agency's law enforcement needs at that time (including updating the dates of future scheduled lay- offs). If you need additional information regarding requesting a modification, please contact the COPS Office Response Center at 1-B00-421-6770 Category A: New, additional officer positions (including filling existing vacancies no longer funded in your agency's budget) Category A Request: Category B: Rehire officers laid off (from any jurisdiction) as a result of state or local budget reductions. Category B Request: 10 1 Category C: Rehire officers scheduled to be laid off (at the time of the application) on a specific future date as a result of state or local budget reductions We also need some information about when the layoff of officers in this category is scheduled to occur In the space below, please indicate when the officer (s) specified in this category are scheduled to be laid off To enter your information, click "Add a New Officer Layoff' To save your submission, click "Save" before moving to the next section Number of Officers tDate these officers are scheduled to be laid off i Action Add a New Officer Layoff Total Category C Request: 0 Part 3 1. Under the 2020 COPS Hiring Program, applicants are not required to hire military veterans as new hires. However, the COPS Office supports the futnrr.ey C,2rieraPs commitment to hiring ^ ililary is •mwl.eve* passible. Rle3se note that if your agency checks "yes" to the question below,your ager -y will Fr- rz:,rrired to maintain documerialron ihi,l r rra:]e ever; •cf`.urt posy: ble (consistent with your internal procedures and policies) to hire at least one military veteran. Does your agency commit to hire and/or rehire at least one military veteran (as defined in the Application Guide) for the officer position(s) you have requested? 2' Yes CtNo If yes, how many officer position (s) from your total 2020 CHP request does your agency anticipate filling with military veterans? 12 Part 4 The following questions will help Congress and the U S. Department of Justice identify potential gaps in training. 1 On average how many hours of IN-SERVICE (non recruit) training (e.g. FTO, continuing professional education, roll call, standard) are required annually for each of your agency's officers/deputies in the following categories (if none, please indicate 0 hours)? Use of force (hours) 24 De-escalation of conflict (hours) 24 Racial and ethnic bias that includes elements of implicit/unconscious bias (hours) Gender bias in response to domestic violence and sexual assault (hours) Bias towards lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) individuals (hours) �� Page 8 of 26 Community engagement ( e.g , community policing and problem solving )(hours) 2. Does your agency administer a police training academy? No vi SECTION 613: LAW ENFORCEMENT & COMMUNITY POLICING STRATEGY Community Policing Strategy COPS Office funding must be used to reorient the mission and activities of law enforcement agencies through initiating community policing or enhancing their involvement in community policing with the officers hired under this award program or an equal number of veteran officers who have been redeployed to implement this plan after hiring the entry-level COPS Office -funded officers. If awarded funds, your responses to sections II(a) and II(b) that follow will constitute your agency's community policing strategy under this award. Your organization may be audited or monitored to ensure that it is initiating or enhancing community policing in accordance with this strategy The COPS Office may also use this information to understand the needs of the field, and potentially provide for training, technical assistance, problem solving and community policing implementation tools. Please note that the COPS Office recognizes that your COPS Office -funded officer(s) (or an equal number of veteran officers who are redeployed after hiring the entry-level COPS Office - funded officers) will engage in a variety of community policing activities and strategies, including participating in some or all aspects of your identified community policing strategy Your community -policing strategy may be influenced and impacted by others within and outside of your organization; this is considered beneficial to your community policing efforts. Al anV I .^. e dlir n_q Y1.%jr_3s• ar ] re rod y ,[ 5r'tiw19 he rw� p it ] [_�i_II str3'e F1 he rnmmurif; F_ 1hr, r �Ctso,HEs_en j?3f?� in ariar to the a,w r _^h. t r n :I ?j_n . v, ar u.,: 1 n 7r if t i f r r. v " i -•,. a Cd r Sj wC a•, -i 11i. =._I r..znr r:!: "I"! r ,. •.,:r n r` : iea;,•�-.,.,.• 'i'.7 z it 7 _.M 11 r r..,,..[ .g .:'r �. r�nG r^ c,5....•'n?_. Il ib) of :nla. 3PC, C3Ii0t" Finally, we also understand that your community policing needs may change during the life of your award. Minor changes to this strategy may be made without prior approval of the COPS Office; however, recipients will be required to report on progress and changes to the community policing strategy (if any) through required progress reports. If your agency's community policing strategy changes significantly, you must submit those changes to the COPS Office for approval. Changes are significant If they deviate from the specific crime probleni originally identified and approved In the community policing strategy submitted with the application. In some cases, changes to the approved community policing approaches may also be deemed significant and may require approval of a modified community policing strategy by the COPS Office, depending on the scope and nature of those changes as identified In the quarterly progress reports. The following is the COPS Office definition of community policing that emphasizes the primary components of community partnerships, organizational transformation, and problem solving. Please refer to the COPS Office web site (https://cops usdoj gov) for further information regarding this definition. Community policing is a philosophy that promotes organizational strategies that support the systematic use of partnerships and problem solving techniques to proactively address the immediate conditions that give rise to public safety issues, such as violent crime, non-violent crime, and fear of crime. The COPS Office has completed the development of a comprehensive community policing self-assessment tool for use by law enforcement agencies. Based on this work, we have developed the following list of primary sub -elements of community policing. Please refer to the COPS Office web site (hftps://cops usdoj gov) for further information regarding these sub -elements. Community Partnerships: Collaborative partnerships between the law enforcement agency and the individuals and organizations they serve to both develop solutions to problems and increase trust in police. Other Government Agencies Community Members/Groups Non-Profits/Service Providers Private Businesses Media Organizational Transformation: The alignment of organizational management, structure, personnel and information systems to support community partnerships and proactive problem - solving efforts. Agency Management Climate and culture Leadership Labor relations Decision-making Strategic planning Policies Organizational evaluations Transparency Organizational Structure Geographic assignment of officers Despecialization Resources and finances Personnel Recruitment, hiring and selection Personnel supervision/evaluations Training Page 9 of 26 Information Systems (Technology) Communicationlaccess to data Quality and accuracy of data Problem Solving: The process of engaging in the proactive and systematic examination of identified problems to develop effective responses that are rigorously evaluated Scanning: Identifying and prioritizing problems Analysis: Analyzing problems Response: Responding to problems Assessment: Assessing problem -solving initiatives Using the Crime Triangle to focus on immediate conditions (Victim/Offender/Location) I. Current Organizational Commitment to Community Policing 1) For each of the following statements, please answer In terms of existing agency policies and practices as they relate to collaborative partnerships and problem solving activities. Please check all that apply. ACTIVITY I Community Partnerships Problem Solving Q1a. The agency mission statement, vision, or goals includes references to: Q1 b, The agency strategic plan includes specific goals or objectives relating to: Q1c. The agency recruitment, selection and hiring processes include elements relating to: Q1d Annual line officers evaluations assess performance in: Q1 e_ Line officers receive regular (at least once every two years) training in: d 2) Which of the following internal management practices does your agency currently employ? Please check all that apply [J,, Assignment of officers to specific neighborhoods or areas for longer periods of time to enhance customer service and facilitate more contact between police and citizens l9il Assignment of officers to geographic hot spots that are defined statistically by creating incident maps to identify geographic clustering of crime and disorder P] In-service training for officers on basic and advanced community policing principles ,L4 Early Intervention Systems that help identify officers who may be showing signs of stress, personal problem, and questionable work conduct L) None of the above 3) Which of the following do you count/measure to annually assess your agency's overall performance? Please check all that apply ISI Response times VJ Reported crimes V1 Reported incidents iVi Arrests and citations 1;6 Problem solving outcomes L4) Department employee satisfaction v; Clearance rates lql Complaints of officer behavior Jj Reduction of crime in identified hot spots [7 Repeat calls for service O Social disorder/nuisance problems (e.g., graffiti, panhandling, loitering) J Satisfaction with police services ._Z Fear of crime ;_! Victimization (i.e, non -reported crime) Lel Community meetings heldlattended ') Use of force incidents iMeeting the priorities as identified in your agency strategic plan I— i My agency does not conduct annual assessments of overall performance 4) Through which of the following does your agency [2griely share information with community members? Please check all that apply JI Neighborhood, beat, and/or school meetings iJi Local media outlets I ] Agency nc,. jsletter L: i Neighborhood newsletters fJl Agency website W_ Social networking (Blogs, Twitter feeds, Facebook pages, etc.) Wi Citizen alert system (telephone, email, text, etc.) L.lj Citizen alert system that is geographically targeted, based on updated hot spots Page 10 of 26 r: Public access television/radio Community organization board membership V. Public forums with chief/sheriff/command staff Posters, billboards, flyers - None of the above 5) Through which of the following ways does your agency formally involve community members in influencing agency practices and operations? Please check all that apply. V Citizen police academies Ji Volunteer activities Auxiliary police programs Civilian review boards (i.e disciplinary review boards) -J, Citizen advisory groups (i.e. informal advisory function) Involvement in hiring decisions (interview panels, selection boards, etc.) Involvement in contributing to annual line officer performance reviews J: Representation on promotional boards Participation in accountability and performance reporting and tracking meetings Participation in complaint resolution process (formal mediation, disciplinary boards, etc ) None of the above II(a) Proposed Community Policing Strategy: Problem Solving and Partnerships COPS Office awards must be used to initiate or enhance community policing activities with either the newly hired officers funded by this award program or an equivalent number of veteran officers who are redeployed to implement this community policing strategy after hiring the additional entry-level officers with COPS Office award funds. In this section you will be asked to identify the crime and disorder problemffocus area and the nartriets to be engaged through your requested COPS Office funding. Identifying the specific problem/focus area and partnerships that your agency plans to focus on is important to ensure that you satisfy the requirements for COPS Office funding under this program and to ensure that ultimately the additional award -funded officers (or equivalent number of redeployed veteran officers) will initiate or enhance your agency's capacity to implement community policing strategies and approaches. 6) Using the following list, select a problem/focus area that will be addressed by the officers requested in this application. Please choose the option that best fits your problem. You may select one problem/focus area to address through this award funding When identifying a problem, it is important to think about the nature of simKii ii:rri n[a I',al taken together coma i;c the sxo.`„am and accordingly describe It in precise, specific terms (e.g. "burglary of retail establishments", rather 7hzn )usl' burgiai,y") In doing M,s. i; con be icipful to consider all aspects of the problem, including the likely offenders, the suitable targets/victims, and how thest :,oma in tier, and space School Based Policing `i Child Sexual Predators and Internet Safety rj Children Exposed to Violence L': Youth Crime and Delinquency School Based Policing School Based Policing through School Resource Officers By selecting this focus area, your agency is committing that if awarded, all officer positions requested in this application (or an equivalent number of redeployed veteran officers) will be used to deploy school resource officers and address problems in and around primary and secondary schools. Please specify the areas the school resource officer(s) would address (check all that apply): C_ Address crime problems, gangs, and drug activities affecting or occurring in or around an elementary or secondary school; [j Develop or expand crime prevention efforts for students; CJ Educate youth in crime prevention and safety; [,i Develop or expand community justice initiatives for students; [-I Train students in conflict resolution, restorative justice, and crime awareness; Ll Assist in the identification of physical changes in the environment that may reduce crime in or around the school; ri Assist in developing school policy that addresses crime and to recommend procedural changes to enhance school safety. L7 Other Area (Please Specify Other Area) Other School Based Policing (please specify) Oplold Education, Prevention, and Intervention [] Education, Prevention, and Intervention Homeland 8, Border Security Problems Partnering with Federal Law Enforcement to Combat Illegal Immigration (e g., information sharing, 287(g) partnerships, taskforces, and honoring detainers) 0 Protecting Critical Infrastructure Problems Page 11 of 26 ❑ Information or Intelligence Problems F1 Other Homeland Security Problem (please specify) Non -Violent Crime Problems and Quality -of -Life Policing ❑ Burglary ❑ Fraud ❑ Larceny/Theft (Non -Motor Vehicle) ❑ Motor Vehicle Theft/Theft from Motor Vehicle ❑ Vandalism ❑ Social Disorder ❑ Quality of Life Problem ❑ Prostitution ❑ Misdemeanor Crimes ❑ Disorderly Activity ❑ Traffic and Pedestrian Safety ❑ Other Non -Violent Crime Problem (please specify) Building Trust and Respect ❑ Building Trust and Respect Violent Crime Problems ❑ Assault ❑ Homicide ❑ Rape Robbery ❑ Domestic Violence ❑ Human Trafficking [�] Gun Violence If Selected: Please specify your gun violence problem: for example, gun violence by juvenile gang members, drug related gun violence, etc. curr vlolenea: in .i+,.: n assaults, robberies and 111egao discharges Please also include the number of aggravated assaults with a firearm in yourjudsdiction during the last calendar year. 4.4 ❑ Criminal Gangs Drug Manufacturing, Drug Dealing, Drug Trafficking ❑ Other Violent Crime Problem (please specify) 6a) Briefly describe the problem/focus area that you will address with these award funds and your approach to the problem. [2,000 characters or less] M Page 12 of 26 7) Which of the following information sources did you use to priothis problem/focus area as a problem/focus area to address through this award program (please check all that apply): Yi Police department data (e.g. police reports, calls for service, crime data, citizen complaints) Wi Agency personnel (e.g. officer feedback, command staff priorities) [_t Other local non -law enforcement government agency data 13j Community based organizations (e g faith based, non -profits, social service providers) f4i Local businesses !�! Individual community members/community meetings IL] Community survey i Local government officials i '! The media t.I None of the above B) If awarded funds, my agency will improve our und"and7ng of this problem/focus area by examining (please check all that apply): i;;t, Routinely collected law enforcement data/information related to the problem (e g arrest, incident reports, calls for service) 'qj The location and/or time aspects of the problem/focus area (e g. mapping) -v; The conditions and environmental factors related to the problem/focus area y1i The strengths and limitations of current responses to the problem/focus area Wl Non -law enforcement data/information related to the problem/focus area (e.g. insurance crash data, other government agency data, census data, survey data) iq; Existing research and best practices related to the problem/focus area �i Data/information from the community related to the problem/focus area (e.g resident associations, business groups, non-profit community service organizations) ij Information about offenders contributing to the problem/focus area (e g. offender interview, arrest records) Vj Information about victims affected by the problem/focus area (e.g crime reports, victim interviews) _yj Strengths and weaknesses of previous responses to the problem/focus area 1_J None of the above 9) If awarded funds my agency will use the following information sources to assess our tesCQnse to this problem/focus area to determine whether the response was implemented and achieved the desired outcomes(please check all that apply): fqj Routinely collected law enforcement data/information related to the problem/focus area (e g. arrests, incident reports, calls for service) Wi Data/information regarding whether the response was implemented as planned LI Police data collected for this specific problem/focus area (e.g problem -specific surveys, field interview contact cards) :�6 Non -police data/information related to the problem/focus area(e g. insurance crash data, other government agency data, census. data, survey data) [6 Data/information from the community related to the problemlfocus area (e.g. resident associations, business groups, non-profit community service organizations) [! Information about offenders contributing to the problem/focus area (e.g. offender interview, arrest records, probation/parole data) qj Information about victims and/or stake holders affected by the problem/focus area (e,g crime reports, victim interviews) ['! None of the above 10) To the best of your ability at this time, please select from the below list what your primary goals are in responding to your selected problem/focus area (please select up to 3): f.-: Eliminating the problem/focus area Page 13 of 26 ill Reducing the number of incidents F-1 Increasing public trust in your agency r-) Reducing the seriousness of the incidents or the amount of harm [.!; Reducing the number of victims and repeat victims f -j Reducing the number of offenders and repeat offenders C ] Moving the problem/focus area to another area [-I; Getting other agencies and stake holders to assume responsibility for the problem/focus area i_; Improving the response to the problem/focus area (i a more comprehensive and coordinated way of dealing with the problem/focus area, providing better services to victims, or greater efficiency in dealing with the problem/focus area) IJ: Improving citizen perceptions of the problem/focus area --I Increasing the number of arrests/citations LJ Reducing the number of calls for service U None of the above 11) An important part of a comprehensive community policing strategy is the formation of partnerships, such as working with other public agencies, private organizations, or participation In regional law enforcement partnerships. If awarded funds vill vuur .,nrnc inn the 2wlrd fund :i c r r . _,3r ,3r number of redeoloved veteran O.' rs) Initiate or enhance a partnership with an external grouu.O-rg r, I C -n ;c d u :cp Ic [his probleFOocus area? J Yes O No 11a) If awarded funds, how many external groups/organizations will your agency initiate or enhance a partnership with to develop responses to this problem/focus area? 1 71 11 b) Name the most important external groups/organizations that your agency will initiate or enhance a partnership with to develop responses to this problem/focus area (maximum of three partners). Note: you may attach optional letters of this support from any or all of these prospective partners in Section 13 of the application. You will be limited to listing no more than three partners per public safety problem/focus area. Partner Num- berPartner Name l 11c111d I Action 11 c) For this partner, please indicate the statement that best characterizes this partner: Local government agencies (non -law enforcement, e.g., probation/parole, parks and recreation, code enforcement) C Community based organizations (e.g., faith based, community redevelopment groups, social service providers, resident associations) FBI -Violent Crimes Task Force 0 Businesses operating in the community Edit Delete 0 Tribal law enforcement agencies C' Federal, state, or local law enforcement agencies (non -tribal) including through multi- jurisdictional/regional partnerships O Local educational institutions (schools/colleges/universities) 0Individual stakeholders (persons residing, working, orwith an interest in the community or problem 11 c) For this partner, please indicate the statement that best characterizes this partner: (? Local government agencies (non -law enforcement, a g., probation/parole, parks and recreation, code enforcement) 0 Community based organizations (e.g., faith based, community redevelopment groups, social service providers, resident associations) ATF -Puget Sound Regional Crime r Businesses operating in the community - Eoit Delete Tribal law enforcement agencies 'i) Federal, state, or local law enforcement agencies (non -tribal) including through multi- jurisdictional/regional partnerships :.) Local educational institutions (schools/colleges/universities) Individual stakeholders (persons residing, working, or with an interest in the community or problem Puget Sound Auto Theft Task Fon 11 c) For this partner, please Indicate the statement that best characterizes this Edit Delete partner: 0 Local government agencies (non -law enforcement, e.g., probation/parole, parks and recreation, code enforcement) J Community based organizations (e.g., faith based, community redevelopment groups, social service providers, resident associations) Businesses operating in the community ',,,Tribal law enforcement agencies *'Federal, state, or local law enforcement agencies (non -tribal) including through multi- jurisdictionallregional partnerships Cl Local educational institutions (schools/colleges/universities) Page 14 of 26 Individual stakeholders (persons residing, working, or with an interest in the community or problem II(b) Proposed Community Policing Strategy: Organizational Transformation COPS Office awards must be used to initiate or enhance community policing activities. In this section you will be asked to identify the organizational change (s) that your agency plans to focus on through your requested COPS Office funding. Identifying the specific organizational change(s) that your agency plans to focus on is important to ensure that you satisfy the requirements for COPS Office funding under this program, and to ensure that ultimately the use of these funds will initiate or enhance your agency's capacity to implement community policing approaches 12) If awarded funds, will your agency initiate or enhance any of the following iiitaimal chengft tD gotagnnel rnaneaement? (Select no more than 2 internal changes to personnel management that will be addressed with these award funds.) 3; Flexibility in officer shift assignments to facilitate addressing specific problems Please provide a narrative for each internal change to personnel management identified (2,000 characters or less) .c, -, 1 7 V 41 Assignment of officers to specific neighborhoods or areas for longer periods of time to enhance customer service and facilitate more contact between police and citizens Please provide a narrative for each internal change to personnel management identified (2,000 characters or less) .i .._ F:e ,n ,iJ .._.. r V Recruitment and hiring practices that reflect an orientation towards problem solving and community engagement In-service training for officers on basic and advanced community policing principles [j Field training officer (FTO) programs that teach and test problem solving, community engagement, and critical thinking skills Measure and include non -enforcement proactive community engagement efforts as part of officer performance evaluations Provide de-escalation training to sworn personnel and promote de-escalation as an important strategy to diffuse potentially volatile situations j Early intervention systems that help identify officers who may be showing early signs of stress, personal problems, and questionable work conduct Page 15 of 26 I..i Career development and/or promotional processes (i.e. sergeant exams) that reinforce problem solving and community engagement l Implement specific programs to improve the safety and wellness of personnel throughout your organization -i None of the above 13) If awarded funds, will your agency initiate or enhance any of the following internal chances to agency management? (Select up to 2 internal changes to agency management that will be addressed with these award funds.) Agency mission statement, vision, and/or goals that reflect the core values of community policing [j Agency strategic plan that outlines the goals and objectives around community policing and other departmental priorities Organizational performance measurement systems that include community policing metrics, and conduct annual assessments of agency performance Technology systems that provide officers, analysts, and the community better and more timely access to data and information Mediation strategies to resolve citizen complaints Collection, analysis, and use of crime data and information in support of problem solving goals Please provide a narrative for each internal change to agency management identified (2,000 characters or less) TII Ct<.. »r,[u _-Il i_,.«enc 1u:aly5_..; I'c.._. _ cn "E." _.__;L., tJ `ili-1 _ri*ll CT rI ft CI^1, J:+I'_; n n•=ocr_.l :vt ai;l ;_, i 1.^U:n lay _ntI,_ ,.- ^.I `.,. pro �r,� rt__i_ .-L,r �r.• �t II:• .,;'.P ..i. 1-1• cu irc_icn:;-i�Tt G•lh�l� �.���h NL Nh tiny.; l:nr colt' a „Fl.:9 rs :rd H,- CAP:: w,�r :nxl Holl ch "T :h eF';; en L•CC _"i /sent ..-,n�i tn�t Ct r,' .+- Feo -r jcl ,rant f.uga11 pa••idOT 1 tzJro .i9lI ._ i. •i_r_ .a.. .nd prr �., ;lett: ild b :t,_r• titl ::tt ra�rr ...,ciqui.-c.; tae^' o•r: .],tri _„ ] _ hJ...:., .:;JI •'» -i, '. i'lg^, ..el: _., ..i Ch ,t ,:n_r." r.nu cth'.r _.onur.icy nt: i,,t l 1:_jt LIQ " _ . Ti �— N; r —ul- i , i -_'v; ..t _j Formal accreditation process System to capture and track problem solving and partnership efforts and activities An organizational assessment of community policing t : None of the above III. General Community Support and Engagement 14) Did your agency consult with any of the following groups/organizations on the develoomerrt of this community policing strategy? Please check all that apply qi Local government agencies (non-(aw enforcement, e.g.n probation/parole, parks and recreation, code enforcement) W,, Community based organizations (e.g. faith based, community redevelopment groups, social service providers, resident associations) Businesses operating in the community i ; Tribal law enforcement agencies (outside your jurisdiction) i4; Other Federal, state, or local law enforcement agencies ✓I Multi -jurisdictional or regional task forces/partnerships yi Local educational institutions (schools/colleges/universities) ij Local government officials Jl Individual stakeholders residing, working or with an interest in the community and/or problem None of the above 15) To what extent are there related governmental and/or community initiatives that complement your agenc••'s proposed community policing rtrategy? a) There are a significant number of related initiatives b) There are a moderate number of related initiatives > c) There are a minimal number of related initiatives F, d) There are no related initiatives 16) To what extent is there community support in your jurisdiction for implementing the proposed community policing strategy? Page 16 of 26 .� a) High level of support C b) Moderate level of support U c) Minimum level of support 17) If awarded funds, to what extent will the community policing strategy impact the other components of the criminal justice system in your jurisdiction? (3 a) Potentially decreased impact .) b) No change in impact C` c) Potentially increased impact SECTION 7: NEED FOR FEDERAL ASSISTANCE A. Explanation of Need for Federal Assistance All applicants are required to explain their inability to address the need for this award without federal assistance. Please do so in the space below. [Please limit your response to a maximum of 1,000 characters.] h ❑ _or app=o,zIm , .i,i. pc:�i=.. ..moi:,. ;: -o .Hn _it _Yf'_ tri.-.. ipps i-,.; r_n.: .., inna ic: tV, q,..-=1 of lr'__ fir of tt ger:;, bccr:e.��e:: %• :I_�F•cuc aunt -hN. F -d, Irr. r. .�uid hn:•-. i•, r. err rn:u -,r; _.•_;i it, nicr_r_r: ._gin .r, _L^ .,-al.-,...o r; .SGL_-.... T_1-ioc;I -rortt.: nit., s:en:S ray ['ii .___.�:_ tP, `'r (a_cnc cl .�__`.f :7n ,• tc ., .. _AL1 c- t_ adere��t cper__'�e nroc � � r :;trn -rc,e•�co m no:•n ;-off of •nn .�rd '.c r:, -.-f ..•: •, •i� .:nu Lc r.}. i_�Lv •ra�•_ .i pu�: ��, rnon�- :a_.!� n-: iu) _ C o 1 a nr: r, -In c:_ bi__._r:•_ �.he _,__�.ucnsu_� br..�r�'�ie r •, �mrn tv :_id pal �,.a :rcu ;] Cool ui.0 -o !t��rcv� a!r; pro3u c.• Foerr_rc B. Service Population 1. Enter the total population of the government entity applying for this award using the latest census estimate available in the American Fact Finder at http://FactFinder2 census gov 97044 i_ J 2. Check here if the population of the entity applying for this award is not represented by U S. Census figures (e.g., colleges, special agencies, school police departments, etc.) 3. What is the actual population your department serves as the primary law enforcement entity? 97044 This may or may not be the same as the population specified above For example, a service population may be the census population minus incorporated towns and cities that have their own police department within your geographic boundaries or estimates of ridership (e•g., transit police) or visitors (e g., park police). An agency with primary law enforcement authority is defined as having first responder responsibility to calls for service for all types of criminal incidents within its jurisdiction 3a. If applicable, please explain why the service population differs from the census population: -n.• �.ii, c,i, c •r...3>•iun Is an ayim:3t:an =Tsud nfi ries %1;U census I,uouialton found on factfinder2 census y0a C. Fiscal Health Enter your law enforcement agency's total operating budget for the current AND previous two fiscal years Please note: All figures must be rounded to the nearest whole dollar. CURRENT FISCAL YEAR (2020) $ 132233825 PREVIOUS FISCAL YEAR (2019) $e2 -7-5� PREVIOUS FISCAL YEAR (2016) $ -,3102253 The U.S. Census Bureau American Community Survey (ACS) provides multi-year poverty rate estimates for communities. Please go to the U.S. Census Bureau's American Fact Finder (http://FactFinder2.census.gov) to determine the percentage of individuals in poverty in your jurisdiction. Forjurisdicfions not included in the census (e g , schools, universities, transit, parks), please check the box for "Not Applicable." Please see the program Application Guide for additional information and help in using the American Fact Finder. Please note: All figures must be rounded to the nearest whole percent. a. Percentage of individuals in poverty % 12 ❑ Not Applicable: The Bureau of Labor Statistics' Local Area Unemployment Statistics (LAOS) program provides monthly estimates of unemployment for communities. Please go to the Bureau of Labor Statistics' LAUS website (http://www.bis.govilau/data.htm) to find detailed instructions for looking up your local area's unemployment rate. It may be necessary to select the nearest best match to your jurisdiction (for example, a city of fewer than 25,000 people may report their county level rate). Please see the program application guide for additional information and help in using the LAUS data For jurisdictions not included in the census (e g., schools, universities, transit, parks); please check the box for "Not Applicable" Please note: All figures must be rounded to the nearest whole percent a. Pei centage Unemp dyed for December 2019 F3 i-_1 Not Applicable: Since January 1, 2020, has your agency taken on additional law enforcement duties and responsibilities resulting from an agency merger or the disbanding of a neighboring law enforcement agency (which did not result in a new or supplemented funded contract to provide these law enforcement services)? No v' Page 17 of 26 In addition to the data collected elsewhere in this application, the COPS Office would like to capture information from jurisdictions that may have faced an unanticipated catastrophic event that had a significant impact on the delivery of law enforcement services or have experienced an unusually large increase in the number of homicides in the past year Examples of unanticipated catastrophic events include mass shootings, terrorist attacks, natural disasters, or other events leading to mass casualties that would not necessarily be reflected in the UCR crime statistics previously reported Please note that if your jurisdiction is faced with an unanticipated catastrophic event (e.g., mass shooting, terrorist attack, other mass casualty event) after submission of this application, but before the application closing date, you should contact the COPS Office immediately at 800-421-6770 to update your application to include this information If your agency experienced a major disaster or catastrophic event in the time period from January 1, 2019 to present, check this box. D. PropertyfViolent Crime Please select at least one statement below: lqJ My agency can report crime data for all 3 years (please input in table below:). J My agency cannot report crime data for 2019 C) My agency cannot report crime data for 2018. My agency cannot report crime data for 2017. 1) Using UCR crime definitions, enter the actual number of incidents reported to your agency in the previous three calendar years (2019, 2018, 2017) for the following crime types. Note that only those incidents for which your agency had primary response authority should be provided. Please enter 0 (zero) to indicate no incidents in a particular yearltype. Leave blanks only where data is unavailable. UCR Data Criminal Homicide 2019 15 2018 2I 2017 _.w...... ... . Forcible Rape 132 152 7 Robbery 1155 1 Aggravated Assault 1180 211 1227 Burglary _. �. _... Larceny (except motor vehicle theft) 13147 3106 1 Motor Vehicle Theft 61 s 1960 If awarded funds, will your agency commit to regularly collect, analyze and report incidents of hate crimes to the FBI as part of their annual Uniform Crime Reporting? * Yes D No Agency Profile Questions (these questions are for Information purposes only and will not be scored): 1.Does your agency have a wellness policy or program for officers? Yes v 2 Does your agency report crime data to the National Incident -Based Reporting System (NIBRS)? Yes v 3, Does your agency utilize the National Integrated Ballistic Information Network (NIBIN)? Ye9 v 4.Does your agency have a dedicated or specific investigator to investigate reported hate crimes? Yes -, SECTION 8: CONTINUATION OF PROJECT AFTER FEDERAL FUNDING ENDS If you are applying for a COPS Office award with a post -award retention plan requirement, please complete A. If you are applying for a COPS Office award without a post -award retention plan requirement, please complete B. A. Continuation of Project after Federal Funding Ends (for COPS Office awards with a retention plan requirement) Applicants must plan to retain all sworn officer positions awarded under your COPS Office hiring award for a minimum of 12 months at the conclusion of 36 months of federal funding for each position The retained COPS Office -funded positions should be added to your agency's law enforcement budget with state and/or local funds at the end of award funding, over and above the number of locally -funded sworn officer positions that would have existed in the absence of the award. These additional position(s) must be retained using state, local, or other nonfederal funding only You may not use funds awarded by other federal awards to cover the costs of retention. At the time of award application, applicants must affirm that they plan to retain the positions and identify the planned source(s) of retention funding. We understand that your agency's source(s) of retention funding may change during the life of the award. Your agency should maintain proper documentation or any changes in the event of an audit, monitoring or other evaluation of your award compliance. Please refer to the frequently asked questions on retention which can be found here https://cops usdoj govichp . 1 Will your agency plan to retain any additional positions awarded under this award for a minimum of 12 months at the conclusion of federal funding for each position? ;,Yes vl Note: Agencies that do not plan to retain all the positions awarded under this award are ineligible to receive CHP funding 2 Pease identify the source(s) of funding that your agency plans to utilize to cover the costs of retention (check all that apply) [� General funds Raise bond/tax issue Private sources/donations Nonfederal asset forfeiture funds (subject to approval from the state or local oversight agency) [j Fundraising efforts Page 18 of 26 i : State, local, or other nonfederal award funding I Other If other, please provide a brief description of the source(s) of funding not to exceed 500 characters SECTION 12: OFFICIAL PARTNER(S) CONTACT INFORMATION An of c,ai' pare' . nd. r the award may be a governmental, private, school dls[r;;l, ,r nther appl came e:Y.ly that has established a legal, contractual, or other a^re=_mcrt , th the applicant far the purpose of supporting and working together !or mutual ln'IF fits of the award. Please seethe COPS Wice application guide for more information on official partners that may be required. First Name k Last Name Agency Name Action Title First Name.1 Middle Name. Last Hama. Suffix: SelectOne v Name of Partner Agency (e 9 Smithvllle High School) T of Partner A envy (aq_ School "inc[ Streetl Slree;2 G rJ Stale: Selecl One v Zip/ Postal Code: Telephone Nuinue- Fax I Email. Importantl Please click "Add Partner" below to add a partner to the list. Reminder! If you have modified (edit, update, or d0etg) the list of partners in any way, please click Save" to store your changes before moving to the next section. Add Partner SECTION 13: APPLICATION ATTACHMENTS This section should be used to attach any required or applicable attachments to your award applications (e.g. memorandum of understanding) If awarded, recipient's using CHP funding to hire and/or deploy school resource officers into schools must submit to the COPS Office a signed Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the law enforcement agency and the school partner(s) before obligating or drawing down funds under this award. An MOU is not required at time of application; however, if the law enforcement agency already has an MOU in place that is applicable to the partnership, the MOU can be submitted as an attachment in section 13 of the award application. The MOU must contain the following; the purpose of the MOU, clearly defined roles and responsibilities of the school district and the law enforcement agency; focusing officers' roles on safety, information sharing, supervision responsibility and chain of command for the SRO and signatures. If awarded, recipient will agree that the MOU must be submitted to the COPS Office 90 days from date on the award congrotulatory lerr-r fhe implementation of the COPS Hiring Program award w,tr.out submission and acceptance of the requ;reo MOU may resul! in expenditures riot being re-imbursed by the COPS Office ease rcres +•r, rile p•daram-specific Application Guide to determine if an MOU or other application attachments are required. The guide, daCl ealso ap•n,.ity if optrona; anar_ me are permitted for submission. Please use appropriately descriptive file names (e.g. Program Narrative, Budget Detail Worksheet and Budget Narrative, Timelines, Memoranda of Understanding, Resumes) for all attachments. Please do not submit executable file types as application attachments. These disallowed file types include, but are not limited to, the following extensions: com, bat, axe, .vbs, cfg, .dat, db, dbf, All, ini, log, ora, .sys, and .zip The system may reject applications with files that use these extensions Current Attachments Upload attachments using "Browse..." and "Upload... File names may only contain: • a -z • 0-9 • period(.), underscore(, hyphen(-) • Characters other than these will be replaced by a hyphen(-) • After clicking the "Upload..." button, please wait for the page to refresh. The uploaded file will automatically appear in the file list. Form COPS_Sh_ApplicationAttachment_2_5-V2 5 pdf SF -424 Delete Form SF424_2_1-V2 1 pdf SFA24 Delete Browse.-. After Action Reports/Assessments v Upload File _. SECTION 14: BUDGET DETAIL WORKSHEETS Instructions for Completing the Budget Detail Worksheets The following Budget Detail Worksheets are designed to allow all COPS Office award .,nd cooperative agreement applic_,.nts to use the same budget forms to request funding. Allowable and unallowable costs vary widely and depend upon the type of COPS Office program. The maximum federal funds that can be requested and the federal/local share breakdown requirements also vary. Please refer to the program -specific application guide to determine the allowable/unallowable costs, the maximum amount of federal funds that can be requested, and the federal/local share requirements for the COPS Office program for which your agency is applying (see https:llcops usdoj gov/grants). To assist you, sample Budget Detail Worksheets are included in each application guide. Page 19 of 26 Please complete each section of the Budget Detail Worksheets applicable to the program for which you are applying (see https://cops usdoj gov/grants for requirements) If you are not requesting anything under a particular budget category, please check the appropriate box in that category indicating that no positions or items are requested. Final calculations will be rounded to the nearest whole dollar. Once the budget for your proposal has been completed, a budget summary page will reflect the total amounts requested in each category, the total project costs, and the total federal and local shares. If you need assistance In completing the Budget Detail Worksheets, please call the COPS Office Response Center at 800-421-6770. SECTION 14A: BUDGET DETAIL WORKSHEETS Instructions: This worksheet will assist your agency in reporting your agency's current entry-level salary and benefits and identifying the total salary and benefits request per officer position for the length of the award term Please list the current entry-level base salary and fringe benefits rounded to the nearest whole dollar for one full-time sworn officer position within your agency Do not include employee contributions. (Please refer to https://cops usdoj.gov/grants for information on the length of the award term for the program under which you are applying.) Special note regarding sworn officer fringe benefits: For agencies that do not include fringe benefits as part of the base salary costs and typically calculate these separately, the allowable expenditures may be included under Part 1, Section B. Any fringe beneflts that are already Included as part ofthe agency's base salary (Part 1, Section A of the Sworn Officer Budget Worksheet) should not also be included In the separate fringe listing (Part 1, Section B). Please refer to https://cops,usdcj gov/grants for information about allowable and unallowable fringe benefits for sworn officer positions requested under the program to which your agency is applying A. SWORN OFFICER POSITIONS Full -Time Entry -Level Sworn Officer Base Salary Information Part 1: Instructions Please complete the questions below based on your agency's entry-level salary and benefits package for one locally -funded officer position As applicable per the program -specific application guide, you may also be required to project Year 2 and Year 3 salaries Sworn Officer Position i A. Base Salary Information Year l Sal ry Year 2 Salary Year 3 Salary Enter the first Enter the second Enter the third year entry-level year entry-level year entry-level base salary for base salary for base salary for one sworn officer one sworn officer one sworn officer position, position. position. 70890.0000 79290 0000 88552.©000 INo v' Does the base No V Does the base No V Does the base — — salary include salary Include - - - ' salary include Vacation costs? Vacation costs? Vacation costs? Please select Yes Please select Yes Please select Yes or No. or No. or No. exceed 1.45% Health Insurance (Family Coverage) No V Does the base No V Does the base rNo V Does the base ;:-.�;_t1a0350 salary include- 'salary include ' — - - salary include 0� �; , ;rq Sick Leave costs? Sick Leave costs? •.; icl,l:• Sick Leave costs? Please select Yes Please select Yes ,105300 Please select Yes Worker's Compensation i "Exempt or No. or No, or No. B. Fringe Benefit costs should be calculated for each year of the award term. C•7 Insurance Other Denial Insurance`� FRINGE BENEFITS: Year 1 Fringe Benefits Year 2 Fringe Benefits Year 3 Fringe.eenefil 99,2600 0.1400) COST % OF COST % OF COST % OF BASE SALARY BASE SALARY BASE SALARY Social security expenses Wi Exempt - 6.2% .._! cannot exceed Fixed Rate 62% Medicare 1027.900 1 45 F77] t 45 L:.-� 45 expenses _ cannot jExempt W'1.45% i Fixed Rate exceed 1.45% Health Insurance (Family Coverage) 1nG'.,a 50 s nnnn 1I P ns :C t5 0000 '3262.9. 15 0001 Life Insurance ;:-.�;_t1a0350 [1,3500 -•.105.48 13500 Vacation Number of Hours Annually:l—! •t c 0� �; , ;rq 1 .0000 Sick Leave Number of Hours Annually y�� •.; icl,l:• IO uu00 Retirement .+,1,:y ,105300 C.5301 Worker's Compensation i "Exempt I Unemployment Exempt I I 1000 0 n a.'.r l C•7 Insurance Other Denial Insurance`� 694 72 09800;: usn: , �] 9600 Other Vision Insurance 99,2600 0.1400) 1400 —1 n n� Fn___1n_n_�l Other Select One V Benefits Sub -Total Per Year (1 Position) 7, v..;-,, I C. Total Salary + Benefits Per Year (1 Position) D. Total Salary and Benefits for Years 1, 2, 4 br- 18t 1 and 3 (1 Position): 26459 OBOD 105749..0600 X © # of Positions 955f1.0700 118102 0700 1910382.9000 Page 20 of 26 SALARY DETAILS Part 2 : Sworn Officer Salary Information 1. If your agency's second or third -year costs for salaries and/or fringe benefits increase after the first year, check the reasons(s) why in the space below If these costs do not increase, please select "Not Applicable" f_:: -I Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA) i!I Step Raises F3 Change in Benefit Costs Not Applicable Part 3: Federal/Local Share Costs (for Hiring Awards) As part of the local matching requirement for the 2020 COPS Hiring Program, recipients must assume a progressively larger share of the cost of the award with local funds over the three-year award period. This means that your local match must increase each year, while the federal share must decrease. �p1 nyp y; Notal Salary and Benefits for year 1, 2, & 3 (all positions): FNotal Federal Share: I Total Federal Percentage: otai local share required: Total Local Percentage: Please project in the chart below how your agency plans to assume a progressively larger share of the award costs during each year of the program. The chart is only a projection of your plans; while your agency may deviate from these speciric projections during the award period, it must still ensure that the federal share decreases and the local share increases. For more details on local matching requirements for this program, please refer to https://cops usdoj gov/grants Please use the Recalculate button below after any changes to the benefit table above before moving forward. 31 Percent of the "Total Local Share Required" your agency plans to assume in Year 1 33 Percent of the "Total Local Share Required" your agency plans to assume in Year 2 36 Percent of the "Total Local Share Required" your agency plans to assume in Year 3 100 Percent Total 207557 30 Federal Share Year 1 25156800 Federal Share Year 2 290874 70 Federal Share Year 3 ,.,L, F2pEr-al Total V79:18 70 t. gyral Share Year 1 Local Share Year Share Year 3 fLcc:3lTotal 1910382 90000( Recalculate S. BUDGET SUMMARY Instructions: Please review the category totals and the total project costs below. If the category totals and project amounts shown are correct, please continue with the submission of your application. Should you need to make revisions to a budget category, please return to the Budget Detail Worksheet. Section Budget Category Category Total A. Sworn Officers B. Civilian and Non -Sworn Personnel $1910382.9000 $00000 C. Equipment and Technology $0.0000 D. Supplies $00000 E. Travel, Training, and Conferences $0.0000 F. Contracts and Consultants $0.0000 Page 21 of 26 G. Other Costs $0.0000 H. Indirect Costs $0.0000 Total Project Amount: $1910382.9000 Total Federal Share Amount: (Total Project Amount X Federal Share Percentage Allowable) $750000 39.2591% Total Local Share Amount (If applicable): (Total Project Amount - Total Federal Share Amount) $116038360.7409% If your application is funded, but for a reduced number of officer positions, the percentage of the local share provided above will be applied to the total project cost of the awarded officers. Waiver of Local Match The COPS Office may waive some or all of a recipient's local match requirement based on severe fiscal distress. During the application review process, your agency's waiver request will be evaluated based on the availability of funding, a demonstration of severe fiscal distress as reflected through the fiscal health data in section 7 of this application, and a comparison of your fiscal health data with that of the overall applicant pool. Q1 Are you requesting a waiver of the local match based on severe fiscal distress? �No vi Contact Information for Budget Questions Please provide contact information of the financial official that the COPS Office may contact with questions related to your budget submission First Name: Ade Last Name: Ariwoola Title: Finance Director Telephone Number: 125,H3525207 Fax: 2579352509 Email Address: ade.arrvrcrola@dlyof SECTION 15A: U.S. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE CERTIFIED STANDARD ASSURANCES On behalf of the Applicant, and in support of this application for a grant or cooperative agreement. I certify under penalty of perjury to the U S Department of Justice ("Department"), that all of the following are true and correct: (1) 1 have the authority to make the following representations on behalf of myself and the Applicant. I understand that these representations will be relied upon as material in any Department decision to make an award to the Applicant based on its application (2) 1 certify that the Applicant has the legal authority to apply for the federal assistance sought by the application, and that it has the institutional, managerial, and financial capability (including funds sufficient to pay any required non-federal share of project costs) to plan, manage, and complete the project described in the application properly. (3) 1 assure that, throughout the period of performance for the award (if any) made by the Department based on the application— a. the Applicant will comply with all award requirements and all federal statutes and regulations applicable to the award; b. the Applicant will require all subrecipients to comply with all applicable award requirements and all applicable federal statutes and regulations; and c. the Applicant will maintain safeguards to address and prevent any organizational conflict of interest, and also to prohibit employees from using their positions in any manner that poses, or appears to pose, a personal or financial conflict of interest (4) The Applicant understands that the federal statutes and regulations applicable to the award (if any) made by the Department based on the application specifically include statutes and regulations pertaining to civil rights and nondiscrimination, and, in addition -- a, the Applicant understands that the applicable statutes pertaining to civil rights will include section 601 of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (42 U.S.C. § 2000d); section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (29 U.S C § 794); section 901 of the Education Amendments of 1972 (20 U.S C. § 1681); and section 303 of the Age Discrimination Act of 1975 (42 U.S C. § 6102); b. the Applicant understands that the applicable statutes pertaining to nondiscrimination may include section 809(c) of Title I of the Omnibus Crime Control and Safe Streets Act of 1968 (34 U_S.C_ § 10228(c)); section 1407(e) of the Victims of Crime Act of 1984 (34 U.S.C. § 20110(e)); section 299A(b) of the Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act of 2002 (34 U.S.C. § 11182(b)); and that the grant condition set out at section 40002(b)(13) of the Violence Against Women Act (34 U.S.C. § 12291(b)(13)), which will apply to all awards made by the Office on Violence Against Women, also may apply to an award made otherwise; c. the Applicant understands that it must require any subrecipient to comply with all such applicable statutes (and associated regulations); and; d on behalf of the Applicant, I make the specific assurances set out in 28 C F.R. §§ 42.105 and 42 204. (5) The Applicant also understands that (in addition to any applicable program -specific regulations and to applicable federal regulations that pertain to civil rights and nondiscrimination) the federal regulations applicable to the award (if any) made by the Department based on the application may include, but are not limited to, 2 C.F.R. Part 2800 (the DOJ "Part 200 Uniform Requirements") and 28 C F R Parts 22 (confidentiality - research and statistical information), 23 (criminal intelligence systems), 38 (regarding faith -based or religious organizations participating in federal financial assistance programs), and 46 (human subjects protection). (6) 1 assure that the Applicant will assist the Department as necessary (and will require subrecipients and contractors to assist as necessary) with the Department's compliance with section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966 (54 U S.C. § 306108), the Archeological and Historical Page 22 of 26 Preservation Act of 1974 (54 U S C. §§ 312501-312508), and the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (42 U S C §§ 4321-4335), and 28 C.F.R Parts 61 (NEPA) and 63 (floodplains and wetlands) (7) 1 assure that the Applicant will give the Department and the Government Accountability Office, through any authorized representative, access to, and opportunity to examine, all paper or electronic records related to the award (if any) made by the Department based on the application. (8) 1 assure that, if the Applicant is a governmental entity, with respect to the award (if any) made by the Department based on the application -- a. it will comply with the requirements of the Uniform Relocation Assistance and Real Property Acquisitions Act of 1970 (42 U S.C. §§ 4601-4656), which govern the treatment of persons displaced as a result of federal and federally -assisted programs; and b. it will comply with requirements of 5 U.S,C §§ 1501-1508 and 7324-7328, which limit certain political activities of State or local government employees whose principal employment is in connection with an activity financed in whole or in part by federal assistance (9) If the Applicant applies for and receives an award from the Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS Office), I assure that as required by 34 U.S.0 § 10382(c)(11), it will, to the extent practicable and consistent with applicable law—including, but not limited to, the Indian Self- Determination and Education Assistance Act—seek, recruit, and hire qualified members of racial and ethnic minority groups and qualified women in order to further effective law enforcement by increasing their ranks within the swom positions, as provided under 34 U.S.C. § 10382(c)(11) (10) If the Applicant applies for and receives a DOJ award under the STOP School Violence Act program, I assure as required by 34 U.S.C. § 10552(a)(3), that it will maintain and report such data, records, and information (programmatic and financial) as DOJ may reasonably require I acknowledge that a materially false, fictitious, or fraudulent statement (or concealment or omission of a material fact) in this certification, or in the application that it supports, may be the subject of criminal prosecution (including under 18 U.S. C. §§ 1001 and/or 1621, and/or 34 U S C, §§ 10271-10273), and also may subject me and the Applicant to civil penalties and administrative remedies for false claims or otherwise (including under 31 U.S.0 §§ 3729- 3730 and 3801-3812). 1 also acknowledge that the Department's awards, including certifications provided in connection with such awards, are subject to review by the Department, including by its Office of the Inspector General Signature of Law Enforcement Executive/Agency Executive (For your electronic signature, please type in your name) Andy Hwang Andy "vrarg Date: 02/18/2020 Signature of Government Executive/Financial Official (For your electronic signature, please type In your name) Ade Arlwoola Ade Ar9waala Date: 02128/2020 SECTION 1513: U. S. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE CERTIFICATIONS REGARDING LOBBYING; DEBARMENT, SUSPENSION AND OTHER RESPONSIBILITY MATTERS; AND DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE REQUIREMENTS Applicants should refer to the regulations cited below to determine the certification to which they are required to attest. Applicants should also review the instructions for certification included in the regulations before completing this form The certifications shall be treated as a material representation of fact upon which reliance will be placed when the U.S Department of Justice ("Department") determines to award the covered transaction, grant, or cooperative agreement. 1. Lobbying As required by 31 U.S.0 § 1352, as implemented by 28 C F R. Part 69, the Applicant certifies and assures (to the extent applicable) the following: (a) No Federal appropriated funds have been paid or will be paid, by or on behalf of the Applicant, to any person for influencing or attempting to influence an officer or employee of any agency, a Member of Congress, an officer or employee of Congress, or an employee of a Member of Congress in connection with the making of any Federal grant, the entering into of any cooperative agreement, or the extension, continuation, renewal, amendment, or modification of any Federal grant or cooperative agreement; (b) If the Applicant's request for Federal funds is in excess of $100,000, and any funds other than Federal appropriated funds have been paid or will be paid to any person for influencing or attempting to influence an officer or employee of any agency, a member of Congress, an officer or employee of Congress, or an employee of a member of Congress in connection with this Federal grant or cooperative agreement, the Applicant shall complete and submit Standard Form - LLL, "Disclosure of Lobbying Activities" in accordance with its (and any DOJ awarding agency's) instructions; and (c) The Applicant shall require that the language of this certification be included in the award documents for all subgrants and procurement contracts (and their subcontracts) funded with Federal award funds and shall ensure that any certifications or lobbying disclosures required of recipients of such subgrants and procurement contracts (or their subcontractors) are made and filed in accordance with 31 U.S.C. § 1352. 2. DEBARMENT, SUSPENSION, AND OTHER RESPONSIBILITY MATTERS A. Pursuant to Department regulations on nonprocurement debarment and suspension implemented at 2 C.F.R. Part 2867, and to other related requirements, the Applicant certifies, with respect to prospective participants in a primary tier "covered transaction," as defined at 2 C F R. § 2867 20(2), that neither it nor any of its principals— (a) is presently debarred, suspended, proposed for debarment, declared ineligible, sentenced to a denial of Federal benefits by a State or Federal court, or voluntarily excluded from covered transactions by any Federal department or agency; (b) has within a three-year period preceding this application been convicted of a felony criminal violation under any Federal law, or been convicted or had a civil judgment rendered against it for commission of fraud or a criminal offense in connection with obtaining, attempting to obtain, or performing a public (Federal, State, tribal, or local) transaction or private agreement or transaction; violation of Federal or State antitrust statutes or commission of embezzlement, theft, forgery, bribery, falsification or destruction of records, making false statements, tax evasion or receiving stolen property, making false claims, or obstruction ofjustice, or commission of any offense indicating a lack el business integrity or business hcgesty that seriously and directly a'fects its (or its principals') present responsibility; (c) is presently indicted for or otherwise criminally or civilly charged by a governmental entity (Federal, State, tribal, or local) with commission of any of the offenses enumerated in paragraph (b) of this certification; and/or (d) has within a three-year period preceding this application had one or more public transactions (Federal, State, tribal, or local) terminated for cause or default Page 23 of 26 B Where the Applicant is unable to certify to any of the statements in this certification, it shall attach an explanation to this application Where the Applicant or any of its principals was convicted, within a three-year period preceding this application, of a felony criminal violation under any Federal law, the Applicant also must disclose such felony criminal conviction in writing to the Department (for OJP Applicants, to OJP at Ojpcompliancereporting@usdoj gov ; for OVW Applicants, to OVW at OVW GFMD@usdoj gov; or for COPS Applicants, to COPS at AskCOPSRC@usdoj.gov), unless such disclosure has already been made 3. FEDERAL TAXES A. If the Applicant is a corporation, it certifies either that (1) the corporation has no unpaid Federal tax liability that has been assessed, for which all judicial and administrative remedies have been exhausted or have lapsed, that is not being paid in a timely manner pursuant to an agreement with the authority responsible for collecting the tax liability, or (2) the corporation has provided written notice of such an unpaid tax liability (or liabilities) to the Department (for OJP Applicants, to OJP at Ojpcompliancereporting@usdoj_gov; for OVW Applicants, to OVW at OVW.GFMD@usdoj.gov; or for COPS Applicants, to COPS at AskCOPSRC@usdoj gov). B. Where the Applicant is unable to certify to any of the statements in this certification, it shall attach an explanation to this application. 4. DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE (GRANTEES OTHER THAN INDIVIDUALS) As required by the Drug -Free Workplace Act of 1988, as implemented at 28 C.F.R. Part 83, Subpart F, for grantees, as defined at 26 C.F R. §§ 83.620 and 83.650: A The Applicant certifies and assures that it will, or will continue to, provide a drug-free workplace by— (a) Publishing a statement notifying employees that the unlawful manufacture, distribution, dispensing, possession, or use of a controlled substance is prohibited in its workplace and specifying the actions that will be taken against employees for violation of such prohibition; (b) Establishing an on-going drug-free awareness program to inform employees about— (1) The dangers of drug abuse in the workplace; (2) The Applicant's policy of maintaining a drug-free workplace; (3) Any available drug counseling, rehabilitation, and employee assistance programs; and (4) The penalties that may be imposed upon employees for drug abuse violations occurring in the workplace; (c) Making it a requirement that each employee to be engaged in the performance of the award be given a copy of the statement required by paragraph (a); (d) Notifying the employee in the statement required by paragraph (a) that, as a condition of employment under the award, the employee will— (1) Abide by the terms of the statement; and (2) Notify the employer in writing of the employee's conviction for a violation of a criminal drug statute occurring in the workplace no later than rive calendar days after such conviction; (e) Notifying the Department, in writing, within 10 calendar days after receiving notice under subparagraph (d)(2) from an employee or otherwise receiving actual notice of such conviction. Employers of convicted employees must provide notice, including position title of any such convicted employee to the Department, as follows: For COPS award recipients - COPS Office, 145 N Street, NE, Washington, DC, 20530; For OJP and OVW award recipients - U S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, ATTN: Control Desk, 810 7th Street, N W., Washington, D.0 20531 Notice shall include the identification number(s) of each affected award; (f) Taking one of the following actions, within 30 calendar days of receiving notice under subparagraph (d)(2), with respect to any employee who is so convicted: (1) Taking appropriate personnel action against such an employee, up to and including termination, consistent with the requirements of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended; (2) Requiring such employee to participate satisfactorily in a drug abuse assistance or rehabilitation program approved for such purposes by a Federal, State, or local health, law enforcement, or other appropriate agency; and (g) Making a good faith effort to continue to maintain a drug-free workplace through implementation of paragraphs (a), (b), (c), (d), (e), and (f). 5. COORDINATION REQUIRED UNDER PUBLIC SAFETY AND COMMUNITY POLICING PROGRAMS As required by the Public Safety Partnership and Community Policing Act of 1994, at 34 U.S.C. § 10362(c)(5), if this application is for a COPS award, the Applicant certifies that there has been appropriate coordination with all agencies that may be affected by its award. Affected agencies may include, among others, Offices of the United States Attorneys; State, local, or tribal prosecutors; or correctional agencies. I acknowledge that a materially false, fictitious, or fraudulent statement (or concealment or omission of a material fact) in this certification, or in the application that it supports, may be the subject of criminal prosecution (including under 18 U.S.C. §§ 1001 and/or 1621, and/or 34 U.S.0 §§ 10271-10273). and also may subject me and the Applicant to civil penalties and administrative remedies for false claims or otherwise (including under 31 U S.C. §§ 3729- 3730 and 3801-3812) 1 also acknowledge that the Department's awards, including certifications provided in connection with such awards, are subject to review by the Department, including by its Office of the Inspector General Signature of Law Enforcement Executive/Agency Executive (For your electronic signature, please type in your name) Andy Hwang Andy Hwang Date: 102/2812020 Signature of Government Executive/Financial Official (For your electronic signature, plez:;e type in your name) Ade Ariwuola Ade Ariwoola Date: 102/2812020 0 Where the Applicant is unable to certify to any of the statements in this certification, it shall attach an explanation to this application in Section 13. Page 24 of 26 SECTION 16A: DISCLOSURE OF LOBBYING ACTIVITIES This section duplicates OMB's Instructions for Completion of SF -LLL, Disclosure of Lobbying Activities This disclosure form shall be completed by the reporting entity, whether subawardee or prime Federal recipient, at the initiation or receipt of a covered Federal action, or a material change to a previous filing, pursuant to title 31 U S.0 § 1352. The filing of a form is required for each payment or agreement to make payment to any lobbying entity for influencing or attempting to influence an officer or employee of any agency, a Member of Congress, an officer or employee of Congress, or an employee of a Member of Congress in connection with a covered Federal action. Complete all items that apply for both the initial filing and material change report. Refer to the implementing guidance,published by the Office of Management and Budget for additional information, 1 Identify the type of covered Federal action for which lobbying activity is and/or has been secured to influence the outcome of a covered Federal action. 2, Identify the status of the covered Federal action. 3 Identify the appropriate classification of this report. If this is a follow-up report caused by a material change to the information previously reported, enter the year and quarter in which the change occurred Enter the date of the last previously submitted report by this reporting entity for this covered Federal action. 4 Enter the full name, address, city, state and zip code of the reporting entity. Include Congressional District number, if known. Check the appropriate classification of the reporting entity that designates if it is, or expects to be, a prime or subaward recipient. Identify the tier of the subawardee, e.g., the first subawardee of the prime is the 1 st tier. Subawards include but are not limited to subcontracts, subgrants and contract awards under awards. 5. If the organization filing the report in item 4 checks "Subawardee," then enter the full name, address, city, state and zip code of the prime Federal recipient. Include Congressional District, if known. 6. Enter the name of the Federal agency making the award or loan commitment. Include at least one organizational level below agency name, if known. For example, US Department of Transportation, United States Coast Guard. 7 Enter the Federal program name or description for the covered Federal action (item 1) If known, enter the full Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance (CFDA) number for grants, cooperative agreements, loans and loan commitments. 8. Enter the most appropriate Federal identifying number available for the Federal action identified in item 1 (e.g , Request for Proposal (RFP) number, Invitation for Bid (IFB) number; award announcement number; the contract, grant, or loan award number; the application/proposal control number assigned by the Federal agency). Include prefixes, e.g , "RFPD E-90-001." 9. For a covered Federal action where there has been an award or loan commitment by the Federal agency, enter the Federal amount of the award/loan commitment for the prime entity identified in item 4 or 5. 10, (a) Enter the full name, address, city, state and zip code of the lobbying entity engaged by the reporting registrant identified in item 4 to influence the covered Federal action (b) Enter the full name(s) of the individual(s) performing services, and include full address if different from 10 (a) Enter Last Name, First Name, and Middle Initial (MI). 11 The certifying official shall sign and date the form, print his/her name, title and telephone number According to the Paperwork Reduction Act, as amended, no persons are - required to respond to a collection of information unless it displays a valid OMB control number. The valid OMB control number for this information collection is OMB No. 4040-0013 Public reporting burden for this collection of information is estimated to average 10 minutes per response, including time for reviewing instructions, searching existing data sources, gathering and maintaining the data needed, and completing and reviewing the collection of information. Send comments regarding the burden estimate or any other aspect of this collection of information, including suggestions for reducing this burden, to the Office of Management and Budget, Paperwork Reduction Project (4040- 0013), Washington, DC 20503. Disclosure of Lobbying Activities Complete this form to disclose lobbying activities pursuant to 31 U.S C § 1352. Wj Not Applicable SECTION 16 C: CERTIFICATION OF 287(G) PARTNERSHIP AND CERTIFICATION OF ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION COOPERATION State and local law enforcement agency applicants have the opportunity to receive additional points based on their cooperation with federal immigration officials to address illegal immigration. A, State or local law enforcement agency applicants may receive additional points if the agency has a 287(g) partnership, defined for this purpose as a partnership with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security ("DHS") under 8 U.S.0 § 1357(g)(1) whereby officers of the applicant entity are delegated limited immigration officer authority to identify and process for removal aliens in the custody of the entity named below under the direction and supervision of DHS, documented with the official 287(8) Memorandum of Agreement with the Department of Homeland Security Immigration and Customs Enforcement. To receive these additional points, please complete the following: "'. By checking this box I certify that this law enforcement agency applicant has a 287(g) Partnership documented with the official 287(g) Memorandum of Agreement with the Department of Homeland Security Immigration and Customs Enforcement as of the date that this application is submitted. B. State and local law enforcement agency applicants may be eligible to receive additional points by certifying willingness to cooperate with federal immigratirn officials within their detention or correctional facilities. To be eligiNe to receive these additional points, your agency must operate a dctention or correctional facility, defined for this purpose as a prison orjail in which individuals are fingerprinted and detained for periods of 24 hours or longer To determine whether your agency is eligible to receive these additional points, please complete the following.- .' ollowing:.J Yes, my agency operates its own detention or correctional facility (a prison orjail in which individuals are fingerprinted and detained for periods of 24 hours or longer). [;. No, my agency does not operate a detention or correctional facility (a prison orjail in which individuals are fingerprinted and detained for periods of 24 hours or longer) Page 25 of 26 SECTION 17: REVIEWS AND CERTIFICATIONS 1) Federal Civil Rights and Award Reviews: Please be advised that an application may not be funded and, if awarded, a hold may be placed on the award if it is deemed that the applicant is not in compliance with federal civil rights laws, and/or is not cooperating with an ongoing federal civil rights investigation, and/or is not cooperating with a U S Department of Justice award review or audit. 2) Certification of Review of 28 C.F.R. Part 23/Criminal Intelligence Systems: Please review the COPS Office application guide: Legal Requirements Section for additional information. Please check one of the following, as applicable to your agency's intended use of this award: f# No, my agency will not use these COPS Office funds (if awarded) to operate an interjurisdictional criminal intelligence system. Yes, my agency will use these COPS Office funds (if awarded) to operate an interjurisdictional criminal intelligence system. By signing below, we assure that our agency will comply with the requirements of 28 C.F.R. Part 23. 3) Certification of Review and Representation of Compliance with Requirements: The signatures of the Law Enforcement Executive/Agency Executive, Government Executive/Financial Official, and the Person Submitting this Application on the Reviews and Certifications represent to the COPS Office that: a) the signatories have been legally and officially authorized by the appropriate governing body to submit this application and act on behalf of the applicant entity; b) the applicant will comply with all legal, administrative, and programmatic requirements that govern the applicant for acceptance and use of federal funds as outlined in the applicable COPS Office application guide, the COPS Office award owner's manual, Assurances, Certifications and all other applicable program regulations, laws, orders, and circulars; c) the applicant understands that false statements or claims made in connection with COPS Office programs may result in fines, imprisonment, debarment from participating in federal awards, cooperative agreements, or contracts, or any other remedy available by law to the Federal Government; d) the information provided in this application, including any amendments, shall be treated as material representations of fact upon which reliance will be placed when the U.S. Department of Justice determines to fund the covered award; e) the applicant understands that as a general rule COPS Office funding may not be used for the same item or service funded through another funding source; and f) the applicant and any required or identified official partner(s) listed in section 12 are partners in this award project and mutually agreed to this partnership prior to this application The signatures of the Law Enforcement Executive/Agency Executive and the Government ExecufhrelFinancial Official on this application must be the same as those identified in Section 4 of this application Applications with missing, incomplete, or inaccurate signatories or responses may not be considered for Funding. Signature of Law Enforcement Executive/Agency Executive (For your electronic signature, please type in your name) Andy Hwang [Amoy Date: Signature of Government Executive/Financial Official (For your electronic signature, please type in your name) Ade Ariwoola Date: ID2/28/2020 1 Signature of Person Submitting This Application (For your electronic signature, please type in your name) Kurt Schwan Date: 02/20/2020 r31 By clicking this box, the applicant understands that the use of typed names in this application and the required forms, including the Assurances, Certifications, and Disclosure of Lobbying Activities form, constitute electronic signatures and that the electronic signatures are the legal equivalent of handwritten signatures. SECTION 18: APPLICATION DATA VERIFICATION By signing below, I certify that I have read, understand and agree to the following: a) my agency has been requested by the COPS Office to review, confirm and/or update specific data items that were previously submitted in our COPS application and our failure to respond to the request may eliminate our application from 2020 funding consideration; b) my agency has reviewed, confirmed and/or updated the specific data items identified by the COPS Office, and certify that the information is true and accurate; c) I am authorized by the appropriate governing body to act on behalf of the award applicant entity to make changes to our COPS application which will be considered for 2020 funding; d) the information provided in this application, including any amendments, shall be treated as material representations of fact upon which reliance will be placed when the Department of Justice determines to fund the covered award; and e) the applicant understands that false statements or claims made in connection with COPS programs may result in fines, imprisonment, debarment from participating in federal grants, cooperative agreements, or contracts, and/or any other remedy available by law to the federal government, Signature of the Person Completing this Form (For your electronic signature, please type in your name) Kurt E Schwan Page 26 of 26 Date Completed 01'24/20W [�] ELECTRONIC SIGNATURE: By clicking this box, I understand that typing in my name on this form constitutes an electronic signature and that the electronic signature is the legal equivalent of a handwritten signature. In order for your agency to be considered for COPS Office award funding, all application updates must be submitted through the COPS Office website (COPS website) in accordance with COPS Office instructions. For technical assistance with submitting your updates or to withdraw your agency's application from funding consideration, please call the COPS Office Response Center at 800-421-6770, `CS OP COPS HIRING PROGRAM (CHP) Ay Ori VcgSca U.S.DephntvfJUstle 2020 AWARDS AK Akiak Native Community 2 $214,956 AK Bethel Police Department 1 $125,000 AK Chevak, City of 6 $491,234 AK Ft. Yukon Police Department 2 $240,598 AK Marshall, City of 3 $403,688 AK Nome Police Department 1 $125,000 AK Northwest Arctic Borough 3 $375,000 AK Palmer Police Department 1 $125,000 AL Alexander City 2 $243,222 AL Dekalb County Sheriff's Department 4 $488,750 AL Falkville, Town of 2 $230,594 AL Helena, City of 4 $500,000 AL Madison County Commission 20 $2,375,000 AL Mobile Police Department 15 $1,766,082 AL Montevallo Police Department 1 $125,000 AL Montgomery County Sheriff's Department 3 $375,000 AL Satsuma Police Department 2 $250,000 AL Tarrant Police Department 3 $329,514 AL Troy, City of 2 $250,000 AR Faulkner County Sheriff's Department 6 $741,267 AR Fayetteville, City of 2 $250,000 AR Glenwood Police Department 2 $228,196 AR Jonesboro Police Department 5 $618,158 AR Little Rock Police Department 7 $875,000 AR Pike County Sheriff's Department 2 $243,266 AR Pine Bluff, City of 2 $310,518 AR Searcy Police Department 2 $338,036 AR Springdale Police Department 3 $375,000 AR Trumann School District 1 $105,417 AR Wilmot, City of 1 $115,968 AS American Samoa Criminal Justice Planning Agency 15 $1,033,440 AZ Apache Junction Police Department 8 $1,000,000 AZ Camp Verde Marshal 1 $125,000 AZ Coconino County Sheriff's Department 4 $500,000 AZ Maricopa, City of 3 $375,000 AZ Nogales Police Department 3 $704,122 AZ Peoria, City of 3 $375,000 AZ Pima County Sheriff's Department 10 $1,250,000 AZ Sahuarita, Town of 2 $250,000 AZ Winslow, City of 2 $250,000 1 CA Alameda County 8 $4,816,328 CA Alturas, City of 1 $125,000 CA Antioch, City of 6 $750,000 CA Bell Gardens, City of 3 $375,000 CA Brawley, City of 1 $125,000 CA Chino, City of 2 $250,000 CA Chula Vista, City of 6 $750,000 CA Contra Costa County Sheriff's Department 2 $250,000 CA Corona, City of 3 $375,000 CA Covina Police Department 2 $250,000 CA Fontana, City of 5 $625,000 CA Glendale, City of 2 $250,000 CA Huron Police Department 2 $391,786 CA Kings County Sheriff's Department 4 $500,000 CA La Jolla Band of Luiseno Indians 1 $125,000 CA Lancaster, City of 4 $500,000 CA Madera County Sheriff's Department 5 $625,000 CA McFarland, City of 7 $2,566,787 CA Mendota Police Department 1 $125,000 CA Parlier Police Department 1 $254,247 CA Pittsburg Police Department 1 $125,000 CA Rialto Police Department 3 $375,000 CA San Bernardino Police Department 13 $5,383,549 CA San Jose, City of 20 $2,500,000 CA Santa Ana, City of 10 $1,250,000 CA Tracy, City of 3 $375,000 CA Turlock Police Department 4 $500,000 CA Vallejo, City of 8 $5,114,754 CA Willits Police Department 1 $294,788 CA Woodlake Police Department 1 $232,574 CA Woodland Police Department 3 $375,000 CO Arvada Police Department 4 $500,000 CO Custer County Sheriff's Department 1 $125,000 CO Florence Police Department 2 $250,000 CO Garfield County Sheriffs Department 1 $125,000 CO Greeley Police Department 2 $250,000 CO Mesa County Sheriff's Department 5 $625,000 CO Telluride Marshal's Department 1 $125,000 CT Bridgeport, City of 15 $1,875,000 CT East Haven Police Department 1 $125,000 CT Hartford, City of 10 $2,391,351 CT New London Police Department 6 $2,195,583 CT Norwich Police Department 6 '$2,069,204 CT Trumbull Police Department 1 1$125,000 DC Metropolitan Police Department 25 $3,125,000 DE Dover Police Department 5 $625,000 `a DE Laurel, Town of 1 $125,000 DE Newark, City of 1 $125,000 DE Ocean View, Town of 1 $125,000 FL Bradenton Police Department 3 $375,000 FL Cape Coral Police Department 4 $500,000 FL Clay County Sheriff's Department 5 $625,000 FL Collier County Sheriff's Department 4 $500,000 FL Florida City 2 $231,918 FL Ft. Myers, City of 10 $1,250,000 FL Ft. Pierce Police Department 10 $1,250,000 FL Ft. Walton Beach, City of 3 $329,595 FL Highlands County Board of County Commissioners 2 $250,000 FL Jacksonville, City of 40 $5,000,000 FL Jefferson County Sheriff's Department 1 $118,838 FL Metropolitan Dade County 42 $5,250,000 FL Miami, City of 15 $1,875,000 FL Nassau County Board of County Commissioners 4 $500,000 FL Orange County Sheriff's Office 20 $2,500,000 FL Orlando, City of 10 $1,250,000 FL Palm Bay, City of 6 $750,000 FL Pasco County Sheriff's Department 30 $3,750,000 FL Port St. Lucie, City of 4 $500,000 FL St. Cloud Police Department 4 $500,000 FL St. Lucie County Sheriff's Office 10 $1,250,000 FL St. Petersburg Police Department 25 $3,125,000 FL Starke, City of 2 $250,000 FL Sunrise Police Department 1 $125,000 FL Walton County Sheriff's Department 12 $1,500,000 FL West Palm Beach, City of 30 $3,750,000 GA Burke County Sheriff's Department 6 $649,679 GA Conyers Police Department 4 $500,000 GA Crisp County Sheriff's Department 1 $125,000 GA Dublin Police Department 3 $375,000 GA Glynn County Board of Commissioners 8 $1,402,620 GA Griffin, City of 3 $375,000 GA Habersham, County of 2 $174,818 GA Helen, City of 2 $250,000 GA Montgomery County Sheriff's Department 1 $110,888 GA Newton County Sheriff's Department 7 $842,094 GA Savannah, City of 15 $1,875,000 GA Treutlen County Sheriffs Department 1 $92,682 IA Altoona Police Department 6 $750,000 IA Burlington, City of 1 $125,000 IA Des Moines, City of 4 $500,000 IA Hiawatha, City of 1 $125,000 IA Jasper County Sheriff's Department 1 $299,522 3 IA Leon Police Department 1 $125,000 IA Madrid, City of 1 $125,000 IA Manning Police Department 1 $125,000 IA Marshalltown Police Department 1 $125,000 IA Monroe, City of 1 $114,771 IA Pleasant Hill, City of 1 $125,000 IA Stuart, City of 1 $125,000 IA Wapello, City of 1 $1250000 IA Warren County Sheriff's Department 1 $125,000 ID Nampa Police Department 4 $1,095,341 ID Pocatello, City of 5 $625,000 ID Salmon, City of 1 $123,930 ID Twin Falls County Sheriff's Department 1 $125,000 IL Anna Police Department 1 $125,000 IL Broadview Police Department 2 $250,000 IL Brooklyn Police Department 1 $123,044 IL Caseyville Police Department 1 $125,000 IL Charleston Police Department 1 $125,000 IL Chicago, City of 75 $9,375,000 IL Cicero, Township of 3 $375,000 IL Collinsville Police Department 6 $750,000 IL Fox Lake, Village of 2 $250,000 IL Galesburg Police Department 2 $250,000 IL Kankakee County Sheriff's Department 2 $250,000 IL Lincoln Police Department 1 $125,000 IL Litchfield Police Department 1 $125,000 IL North Chicago Police Department 6 $750,000 IL Ogle County Sheriff's Department 3 $375,000 IL Olympia Fields Police Department 1 $125,000 IL Prospect Heights Police Department 1 $125,000 IL River Grove Police Department 2 $250,000 IL Riverdale, Village of 5 $1,046,519 IL Univeristy of Illinois at Chicago 6 $750,000 IL Willowbrook Police Department 3 $375,000 IL Winnebago County Sheriff's Department 5 $625,000 IN Cannelton Police Department 1 $192,863 IN Decatur County Sheriff's Department 2 $250,000 IN East Chicago, City of 3 $375,000 IN Fort Wayne Police Department 5 $6250000 IN Howard County Sheriff's Department 5 $625,000 IN Jackson County Sheriff's Department 2 $250,000 IN Kokomo Police Department 10 $1,250,000 IN Perry County Sheriff's Department 1 $125,000 IN Rush County Sheriff's Department 1 $125,000 IN Steuben County Sheriffs Department 3 $375,000 IN Tippecanoe County Sheriff's Office 2 $250,000 4 IN Vigo County 7 $875,000 IN Winona Lake Police Department 1 $125,000 KS Arkansas City Police Department 1 $125,000 KS Atchison County Sheriff's Department 1 $125,000 KS Bonner Springs Police Department 1 $125,000 KS Bourbon County Sheriff's Department 1 $118,792 KS Cheney Police Department 2 $250,000 KS Cherryvale Police Department 1 $125,000 KS Gardner Police Department 1 $125,000 KS Goodland Police Department 1 $125,000 KS Hesston Police Department 1 $125,000 KS Hiawatha Police Department 1 $125,000 KS Kansas City Police Department 5 $1,322,150 KS Pratt Police Department 1 $125,000 KS Wabaunsee County Sheriff's Department 2 $224,965 KS Wellsville Police Department 1 $123,624 KS Wichita, City of 7 $875,000 KY Allen County Sheriff's Department 1 $123,138 KY Beattyville Police Department 1 $125,000 KY Berea, City of 2 $250,000 KY Booneville, City of 1 $60,502 KY Carlisle County Sheriff's Department 2 $203,106 KY Corbin Police Department 2 $250,000 KY Daviess County Sheriff's Department 2 $250,000 KY Elkton Police Department 1 $125,000 KY Elliott County Fiscal Court 1 $203,036 KY Flemingsburg Police Department 1 $125,000 KY Monroe County Sheriff's Department 2 $221,418 KY Morgan County Sheriff's Department 1 $94,710 KY Morgantown Police Department 2 $250,000 KY Owenton, City of 1 $125,000 KY Paducah Police Department 3 $375,000 KY Russell County Sheriff's Department 2 $144,467 KY Simpson County Sheriff's Office 2 $250,000 KY Stanton, City of 1 $154,611 KY Union County Sheriff's Department 4 $500,000 LA Bogalusa Police Department 2 $216,857 LA Gretna Police Department 3 $375,000 LA Kenner, City of 15 $1,875,000 LA Lafayette Parish Sheriff's Office 5 $603,472 LA Lake Arthur Police Department 1 $77,351 LA Monroe Police Department 8 $1,000,000 LA New Orleans Police Department 30 $3,750,000 LA Shreveport, City of 13 $1,218,512 LA Slidell Police Department 5 $625,000 LA Southern University at New Orleans 1 $124,819 5 LA West Monroe Police Department 2 $228,335 MA Easthampton Police Department 1 $125,000 MA Hopedale, Town of 1 $125,000 MA Lynn Police Department 7 $875,000 MA Marshfield Police Department 2 $250,000 MA Northeastern University 3 $375,000 MA West Springfield Police Department 5 $625,000 MD Baltimore County Police Department 10 $1,250,000 MD Baltimore Police Department 10 $2,830,272 MD Brentwood, Town of 1 $125,000 MD Cecil County Sheriff's Department 3 $375,000 MD Charles County 2 $250,000 MD Mt. Rainier Police Department 1 $125,000 MD Seat Pleasant Police Department 10 $1,455,228 MD St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office 4 $500,000 ME Androscoggin County Sheriff's Department 2 $250,000 ME Biddeford Police Department 1 $125,000 ME Brewer, City of 1 $125,000 ME Eliot Police Department 1 $125,000 ME Fryeburg Police Department 1 $125,000 ME Mexico Police Department 1 $266,073 ME Old Orchard Beach Police Department 1 $125,000 ME Oxford Police Department 1 $125,000 ME Paris Police Department 1 $125,000 ME Rumford Police Department 1 $125,000 ME Washburn Police Department 1 $125,000 ME Windham Police Department 1 $125,000 ME York County Sheriff's Department 2 $250,000 MI Battle Creek, City of 4 $500,000 MI Beaverton City Police Department 1 $125,000 MI Cheboygan County Sheriff's Department 1 $125,000 MI Clare County Sheriff's Department 2 $237,563 MI Detroit, City of 15 $2,474,706 MI Genesee County 5 $625,000 MI Gladwin County Sheriff's Department 1 $125,000 MI Grand Rapids Police Department 5 $625,000 MI Inkster, City of 6 $1,459,734 MI Ionia, County of 1 $125,000 MI Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety 15 $1,875,000 MI Lansing Police Department 5 $625,000 MI Muskegon County Sheriff's Department 1 $125,000 MI Niles, City of 1 $125,000 MI (Parchment School District 1 $125,000 MI Redford, Charter Township of 4 $500,000 MI Three Rivers, City of 1 $125,000 MI Wayland City Police Department 1 $125,000 11 MI Wayne Police Department, City of 1 $125,000 MN Aitkin County Sheriff's Department 1 $125,000 MN Cottage Grove Department of Public Safety 1 $125,000 MN Floodwood, City of 1 $125,000 MN Goodhue County Sheriff's Department 1 $125,000 MN Hastings Police Department 1 $125,000 MN Isanti Police Department 1 $125,000 MN Long Prairie Police Department 1 $125,000 MN Lower Sioux Indian Community 1 $189,216 MN Maplewood Police Department 1 $125,000 MN St. Joseph Police Department 1 $125,000 MN Stearns County Sheriff's Department 1 $125,000 MN Steele County Sheriff's Office 1 $125,000 MN Waite Park, City of 3 $375,000 MN Washington County Sheriff's Department 1 $125,000 MO Breckenridge, City of 3 $365,741 MO Camden County Sheriff's Department 3 $316,451 MO Greene County Sheriff's Department 6 $602,598 MO Howell County Sheriff's Department 2 $211,057 MO Kansas City Board of Police Commissioners 18 $3,675,522 MO St. Clair County Sheriff's Department 1 $95,070 MO St. Francois County Sheriff's Department 1 $105,604 MO St. Robert Police Department 2 $250,000 MO Vienna, City of 1 $92,086 MO Washington County Sheriff's Department 3 $274,055 MP Northern Mariana Islands, Commonwealth of 8 $716,268 MS Biloxi Police Department 3 $375,000 MS Carroll County Sheriff's Office 1 $125,000 MS Desoto County Sheriffs Department 5 $625,000 MS Duck Hill Police Department 1 $120,452 MS Edwards Police Department 2 $237,850 MS Glendora, City of 1 $61,361 MS Hattiesburg, City of 4 $490,012 MS Lamar County Sheriff's Department 1 $109,299 MS Lexington, City of 2 $147,476 MS Moss Point Police Department 2 $241,407 MS Tishomingo County Sheriff's Department 1 $108,242 MS Tunica County Sheriff's Department 10 $1,250,000 MS Winona, City of 1 $106,326 MT Broadwater County Sheriff's Office 2 $250,000 MT Carbon County Sheriff's Department 1 $125,000 MT Gallatin County 3 $375,000 MT Lake County Sheriff's Department 1 $219,009 MT Lewis and Clark County Sheriff's Department 1 $125,000 MT Miles City 1 $125,000 MT Mineral County Sheriffs Department 1 $223,779 7 MT Missoula, City of 2 $250,000 MT Park County Sheriff's Department 1 $125,000 MT Prairie County Sheriff 1 $179,593 MT Sweet Grass County 1 $125,000 MT Troy Police Department 1 $189,779 NC Alamance County Sheriff's Office 3 $375,000 NC Ashe County Sheriff's Department 4 $485,739 NC Benson Police Department 1 $124,540 NC Buncombe County Sheriff's Department 3 $375,000 NC Caldwell County 1 $123,045 NC Catawba County 5 $625,000 NC Catawba Police Department 1 $125,000 NC Cleveland County 4 $500,000 NC Elizabeth City 2 $250,000 NC Gaston County 10 $1,158,278 NC Guilford County Sheriff's Department 3 $375,000 NC Haw River Police Department 3 $375,000 NC High Point Police Department 7 $875,000 NC Lumberton, City of 3 $375,000 NC Pasquotank County Sheriff's Department 2 $250,000 NC Princeton Police Department 1 $125,000 ND Lincoln Police Department 2 $250,000 ND Mandan Police Department 2 $250,000 ND Renville County Sheriff's Office 1 $205,446 ND Stark County Sheriff's Department 1 $125,000 NE Douglas County Sheriff's Department 2 $250,000 NE Gordon, City of 1 $100,954 NE Lincoln Police Department 5 $625,000 NE South Sioux City 1 $125,000 NE St. Paul, City of 1 $125,000 NH Claremont, City of 1 $125,000 NH Hollis Police Department 1 $125,000 NH Laconia Police Department 2 $250,000 NH Manchester Police Department 10 $1,250,000 NH Somersworth Police Department 1 $125,000 NH Thornton, Town of 1 $125,000 NJ Berkeley Police Department 10 $1,250,000 NJ Bogota, Borough of 1 $125,000 N1 Camden County Police Department 10 $2,141,041 NJ Essex County Sheriff's Office 15 $1,875,000 NJ Garfield, City of 3 $375,000 NJ Newark, City of 15 $1,875,000 NJ Orange Township, City of 15 1$1,875,000 NJ Passaic, City of 8 $1,000,000 NJ Paterson, City of 10 $1,886,048 NJ Salem Police Department 2 $291,396 8 NJ Sayreville Police Department 8 $1,000,000 NJ Township of Belleville 11 $1,375,000 N1 Trenton, City of 10 $1,250,000 NJ Wildwood Police Department 6 $750,000 NM Albuquerque Police Department 40 $9,740,029 NM Bernalillo County Sheriff's Department 5 $1,536,750 NM Bloomfield Police Department 2 $250,000 NM Espanola Police Department 3 $647,160 NM Rio Rancho Department of Public Safety 5 $1,149,442 NM Sandoval County 5 $625,000 NV North Las Vegas Police Department 2 $250,000 NV University of Nevada, Las Vegas 2 $250,000 NV West Wendover Police Department 2 $250,000 NY Binghamton, City of 2 $250,000 NY Chemung County 1 $125,000 NY Clinton County Sheriff's Office 4 $500,000 NY Fulton County Sheriff's Office 1 $125,000 NY New York City Police Department 100 $11,563,600 NY Niagara Falls Police Department 8 $2,313,738 NY Owego, Village of 3 $797,815 NY Spring Valley Police Department 3 $1,020,664 OH Aberdeen Police Department 1 $104,101 OH Akron, City of 12 $3,957,780 OH Bay Village, City of 1 $125,000 OH Brooklyn, City of 1 $125,000 OH Cambridge, City of 2 $250,000 OH Canton, City of 5 $625,000 OH Cincinnati, City of 86 $10,750,000 OH Cleveland, City of 30 $7,968,944 OH Dayton, City of 5 $625,000 OH East Cleveland Police Department 3 $626.,768 OH Euclid, City of 3 $375,000 OH Fairborn, City of 2 $250,000 OH Fayette, Village of 1 $125,000 OH Greenfield, City of 1 $125,000 OH Hamilton County Sheriff's Office 10 $1,250,000 OH Jackson County Sheriff's Department 2 $250,000 OH Lorain Police Department 4 $500,000 OH Mansfield Division of Police 4 $1,083,097 OH Maple Heights Police Department 2 $572,124 OH Marion Police Department 3 $375,000 OH Metropolitan Park District of the Toledo Area 2 $250,000 OH Middletown, City of 2 $250,000 OH Milton, Township of 1 $125,000 OH Mt. Healthy, City of 2 $250,000 OH New Boston Police Department 2 $250,000 9 OH Ohio Department of Rehabilitation And Correction 4 $752,014 OH Ohio State Highway Patrol 5 $1,281,658 OH Toledo Department of Police Operation 6 $750,000 OH Trotwood, City of 4 $1,039,007 OH Union City 2 $219,461 OH Washington County Sheriff's Department 1 $125,000 OH Whitehall Division of Police 3 $375,000 OH Youngstown Police Department 8 $800,869 OK Bixby Police Department 1 $125,000 OK Calera, Town of 1 $104,801 OK Edmond Police Department 3 $375,000 OK Elk City 1 $125,000 OK Fort Towson Police Department 1 $98,435 OK Haileyville, City of 1 $100,140 OK Harrah Police Department 1 $100,119 OK Muscogee (Creek) Nation 5 $543,496 OK Norman, City of 4 $500,000 OK Owasso Police Department 6 $750,000 OK Rogers County Sheriff's Department 2 $250,000 OK Savanna, Town of 1 $125,000 OK Sequoyah County Sheriff's Department 2 $275,394 OK Shawnee Police Department 2 $250,000 OK Stringtown, Town of 1 $117,464 OK Tuttle Police Department 1 $121,229 OK Warner Police Department 2 $184,300 OK Weleetka Police Department 2 $119,808 OR Albany Police Department 1 $391,555 OR Carlton Police Department 1 $125,000 OR Enterprise, City of 1 $125,000 OR Florence Police Department 1 $125,000 OR Gervais Police Department 1 $125,000 OR Harney County Sheriff's Office 1 $258,286 OR Jackson County Sheriff's Department 2 $250,000 OR Lakeview Police Department 1 $125,000 OR Oregon City, City of 1 $125,000 OR Tigard, City of 2 $250,000 OR Tillamook Police Department 1 $125,000 OR Union County Sheriff's Department 1 $125,000 PA Borough of Berwick 2 $566,123 PA Hazleton Police Department 4 $1,342,497 PA Johnstown Police Department 2 $250,000 PA McKeesport, City of 2 $250,000 PA Middletown, Township of 2 $250,000 PA New Sewickley, Township of 3 $375,000 PA Pottstown, Borough of 2 $250,000 PA Reading, City of 4 $500,000 10 PR Guaynabo, Municipality of 28 $1,958,611 PR Hatillo, Municipality of 7 $344,176 PR Jayuya, Municipality of 6 $303,634 PR Luquillo, Municipality of 8 $793,725 PR San Juan, Municipality of 19 $1,161,351 PR Villalba, Municipality of 7 $368,938 RI Pawtucket, City of 6 $750,000 RI Providence Police Department 10 $1,250,000 SC Bluffton Police Department 2 $250,000 SC Camden Police Department 3 $326,644 SC Charleston County 10 $1,250,000 SC Chester County Sheriff's Department 6 $1,015,824 SC Chester Police Department 3 $382,963 SC Chesterfield County Sheriff's Office 4 $395,089 SC Conway Police Department 2 $250,000 Sc Greeleyville Police Department 1 $97,124 SC Hampton County Sheriff's Department 3 $367,989 SC Hardeeville, City of 2 $250,000 SC Harry County Police Department 15 $1,875,000 SC Myrtle Beach, City of 10 $1,250,000 SC Spartanburg Department of Public Safety 2 $351,762 SD Box Elder Police Department 1 $125,000 SD Butte County Sheriff's Department 1 $125,000 SD Codington County Sheriff's Department 1 $125,000 SD Rapid City Police Department 3 $375,000 SD Sioux Falls Police Department 2 $250,000 SD Sisseton Wahpeton Law Enforcement 1 $125,000 SD Stanley County Sheriff's Office 1 $125,000 SD Sturgis Police Department 1 $125,000 SD Summerset Police Department 3 $374,998 SD Turner County Sheriff's Department 1 $102,747 SD Watertown Police Department 3 $375,000 SD Yankton Police Department 1 $125,000 TN Alcoa, City of 2 $250,000 TN Bolivar Police Department 1 $116,980 TN Bradley County Sheriff's Department 4 $404,757 TN Clarksville, City of 9 $1,125,000 TN Covington Police Department 3 $375,000 TN Hendersonville Police Department 3 $375,000 TN Jefferson County Sheriff's Department 4 $426,049 TN Jonesborough, Town of 2 $250,000 TN Lafollette Police Department 1 $123,928 TN Manchester Police Department 1 $125,000 TN McMinnville Police Department 2 $250,000 TN Memphis Police Department 50 $9,823,624 TN Rutherford County Sheriff's Department 5 $625,000 11 TN Union County Sheriff's Department 2 $195,182 TN Waynesboro, City of 1 $117,059 TX Arlington Police Department 15 $1,875,000 TX Cameron County Sheriff's Department 6 $929,012 TX Center Police Department 2 $250,000 TX Comanche Police Department 3 $484,966 TX Donna, City of 1 $98,949 TX EI Paso County Sheriffs Department 16 $2,000,000 TX Frisco, City of 4 $500,000 TX Ft. Worth, City of 13 $1,625,000 TX Harris, County of 5 $625,000 TX Houston Police Department 71 $8,875,000 TX La Joya Police Department 4 $512,556 TX Laredo, City of 11 $1,375,000 TX Mesquite, City of 3 $375,000 TX Mission Police Department 10 $1,250,000 TX North Richland Hills Police Department 1 $125,000 TX Penitas, City of 2 $186,688 TX Reagan County Sheriff's Office 3 $375,000 TX Rio Grande City Police Department 3 $317,244 TX San Angelo, City of 5 $560,060 TX San Antonio Police Department 25 $3,125,000 TX San Juan Police Department 2 $229,592 TX Schulenburg, City of 3 $375,000 TX Socorro Police Department 6 $742,237 TX Sonora Police Department 1 $113,811 TX Southwestern Christian College Police 2 $425,760 TX Sullivan City Police Department 2 $214,398 TX Temple, City of 3 $375,000 TX Texas City 6 $750,000 TX Tyler, City of 2 $250,000 TX Victoria Police Department 4 $500,000 TX West Columbia Police Department 2 $250,000 TX West Orange Police Department 1 $344,271 UT American Fork, City of 1 $125,000 UT Orem, City of 3 $375,000 UT Salt Lake, City of 10 $1,250,000 UT Wayne County Sheriff's Department 1 $125,000 UT Willard Police Department 1 $125,000 VA Bristol, City of 4 $500,000 VA Chesterfield County Police Department 15 $1,875,000 VA Lynchburg Police Department 2 $250,000 VA Manassas, City of 2 $250,000 VA Page County Sheriffs Department 3 $468,819 VA Pearisburg Police Department 1 $125,000 VA Stafford County Sheriff's Department 6 $750,000 12 VA Westmoreland County Sheriff's Department 4 $500,000 VI United States Virgin Islands 12 $2,144,180 VT Barre, City of 2 $250,000 VT Hinesburg, City of 1 $125,000 VT Lamoille County Sheriff's Office 1 $125,000 VT Morristown, Town of 1 $125,000 VT Orange County Sheriff's Department 1 $125,000 VT Pittsford Police Department 1 $125,000 VT Shelburne Police Department 1 $125,000 VT Swanton, Village of 3 $375,000 VT Winhall, Village of 1 $125,000 VT Woodstock Village Police Department 1 $125,000 WA Battle Ground Police Department 1 $125,000 WA Burlington Police Department 2 $250,000 WA Colfax Police Department 2 $250,000 WA Dupont Police Department 3 $375,000 WA Everett, City of 16 $6,054,160 WA Federal Way, City of 6 $750,000 WA Lakewood, City of 3 $375,000 WA Morton Police Department 1 $125,000 WA Moses Lake Police Department 2 $250,000 WA Othello Police Department 1 $125,000 WA Seatac Police 1 $125,000 WA Soap Lake, City of 2 $250,000 WI Crawford, County of 1 $125,000 WI Cudahy Police Department 1 $301,411 WI Fond Du Lac County Sheriff's Department 3 $375,000 WI Horicon Police Department 1 $125,000 WI Madison Police Department 10 $1,250,000 WI Milwaukee Police Department 30 $9,712,096 WI Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians 2 $484,356 WI St. Croix Falls Police Department 1 $125,000 WI Wauwatosa, City of 1 $226,061 WI Wood County Sheriff's Department 1 $279,861 WV Beckley, City of 5 $625,000 WV Cabell County Sheriff's Department 1 $125,000 WV Elk Garden, Town of 1 $50,380 WV Elkins Police Department 1 $109,375 WV Logan County Sheriff's Department 3 $373,103 WV Mercer County Sheriff's Department 3 $375,000 WV Ranson, Corporation of 2 $250,000 WV Roane County Sheriff's Department 1 $105,635 WV Sp ncer, City of 2 $240,654 WV Summerville Police Department 1 $125,000 WV Terra Alta, Town of 2 $185,050 WY Big Horn County Sheriff's Office 2 $237,246 13 WY Cody Police Department WY Mills Police Department WY Platte County Sheriff's Department WY Shoshoni Police Department 1 $125,000 1 $125,000 2 $250,000 2 $241,882 TOTAL NUMBER OF AWARDS TOTAL NUMBER OF OFFICER POSITIONS FUNDED TOTAL AMOUNT OF 2020 CHP FUNDING 596 2,732 $393,964,911 14