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Item # F.
Daniel G. Sharp
Colleen Muhr, Police Department
Notice to Mayor and Council of the Police Department's project proposals, requesting grant funding under the Governor's Office of Highway Safety 2012 opportunity, as well as the Arizona Department of Homeland Security
Provided for information.
Each year the Governor's Office of Highway Safety (GOHS) and the Arizona Department of Homeland Security accept project proposals from all emergency responders in the form of grants.
BACKGROUND OR DETAILED INFORMATION:
In reference to the G.O.H.S. funding for DUI enforcement overtime and Employee Related Expenses (ERE) was requested in the amount of $100,000, and funding for overtime and ERE for the Occupant Protection/Click It or Ticket Campaign in the amount of $20,000.
Capital outlay requests included $3,942 for seven 'take down lighting systems' for fleet motorcycles; as well as $19,975 for 25 Portable Breath Test Machines.
The Governor's Office of Highway Safety reviews all proposals submitted by agencies across the entire state, and can award funding for all or any part of these requests.
The AZDOHS funding requests included additional equipment, as well as funding for the maintenance of grant funded equipment purchased this current fiscal year, in the amount of $79,700.
Additionally, requests were submitted for $55,000 to fund Operation Stonegarden overtime/ERE, and $77,000 to continue funding the Emergency Response Planner position and related O & M.
The grant awards is competitive so the fiscal impact at this time is not determined. However, it is anticipated that the recommended budget for FY 2011/2012 will include the ability to allow the Police department to complete these proposed projects if approved by Council.
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