The grants below have been awarded to one of the cities or counties we are currently tracking in this database. It is not a complete list of all grants awarded from this assistance program, which may include additional cities, counties, or other jurisdictions and/or grants not awarded to law enforcement agencies.

We do not recommend aggregating the amounts shown here, as these grants may include both prime and sub grants. Totaling the grant amount here would result in some funding being double-counted – for example, if a county received a grant and subsequently made a sub-grant to a city within the county.

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Chicago, Illinois CITY OF CHICAGO
WHILE STILL PERVASIVE IN SEVERAL SPECIFIC GEOGRAPHICAL SPOTS IN THE CITY, AVAILABLE STATISTICS WILL SHOW THAT GUN-RELATED CRIME IN CHICAGO WAS ON A DOWNWARD TREND THROUGH 2019. HOWEVER, IN 2020 THROUGH 2021, DESPITE PANDEMIC-RELATED LOCKDOWNS, CHICAGO'S DIVERSE COMMUNITIES EXPERIENCED A PRECIPITOUS UPSURGE IN FATAL AND NON-FATAL SHOOTINGS, AND AN EVIDENT INCREASE IN THE NUMBER OF POLICE-RECOVERED ILLEGAL FIREARMS. IN 2022, STATISTICS MAINTAINED BY THE CHICAGO POLICE DEPARTMENT (CPD) DEMONSTRATE THAT ROUGHLY 50% OF SHOOTINGS IN THE CITY OCCUR IN JUST SEVEN OF THE CITY’S 22 POLICE DISTRICTS – DISTRICTS THAT HAVE BEEN DESIGNATED BY THE US ATTORNEY’S OFFICE (USAO) AS PROJECT SAFE NEIGHBORHOOD (PSN) DISTRICTS. OF THE 639 SHOOTING INCIDENTS AND 161 HOMICIDES RECORDED THROUGH APRIL 1, 2022, 340 SHOOTINGS AND 82 HOMICIDES HAVE OCCURRED IN THE PSN DISTRICTS. LOCATED ON THE CITY'S SOUTH AND WEST SIDES, THESE DISTRICTS ACCOUNT FOR MORE CRIME THAN THE 15 OTHER POLICE DISTRICTS COMBINED. NATIONAL RESEARCH SHOWS THAT HOMICIDE RATES INCREASED BY AN UNPRECEDENTED 20% IN 2020, WITH THE TREND APPEARING TO CONTINUE IN 2021 FOR CHICAGO. THROUGH APRIL 2022, WHILE OUR OVERALL CRIME NUMBERS ARE DOWN, CHICAGO HAS RECORDED MORE HOMICIDES THAN NEW YORK OR LOS ANGELES. OUR RECORDS ALSO SHOW THAT OUR OFFICERS RECOVERED MORE THAN 12,000 ILLEGAL FIREARMS IN 2021. THE INCREASE IN GUN VIOLENCE CAN BE ATTRIBUTED TO NUMEROUS FACTORS AND MAY, INDIRECTLY BE A RESULT OF INCREASED PUBLIC DISTRUST AND ANGER TOWARD THE POLICE. WHAT IS INCONTROVERTIBLE IS THAT LAW ENFORCEMENT NEEDS: MORE EFFECTIVE TOOLS; IMPROVED DATA AND INTELLIGENCE SHARING BETWEEN FEDERAL, STATE AND LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES; IMPROVED COLLABORATION BETWEEN ALL PUBLIC SAFETY STAKEHOLDERS TO DRASTICALLY REDUCE CRIME GUNS ON THE STREET; AND ENSURE PROSECUTION OF GUN OFFENDERS. CPD WILL USE FY2022 CGIC INTEGRATION INITIATIVE FUNDING TO IMPLEMENT THE CGIC BUSINESS PRACTICE IN SEVEN PSN DISTRICTS BY ENHANCING OUR CAPACITY TO PRODUCE ADDITIONAL INVESTIGATIVE LEADS AND BETTER CORROBORATING PHYSICAL EVIDENCE AIMED AT STRENGTHENING CRIME GUN CASES FOR EFFECTIVE PROSECUTION. TO ACHIEVE THIS, FUNDS WILL BE USED TO FILL AN OPERATIONS ANALYST’S POSITION DEDICATED TO THE PSN DISTRICTS TO ASSIST IN THE PROSECUTION OF CGIC-QUALIFIED CASES AND PURCHASE A COMPARISON MICROSCOPE TO ALLOW THE CPD BALLISTICS LAB TO PRIORITIZE GUN CASES FROM THE PSN DISTRICTS AND DEVELOP MORE TIMELY NIBIN LEADS/BIA ALERTS FOR INVESTIGATORS. MEANWHILE, GRANT FUNDS WILL ALSO BE USED FOR INVESTIGATIVE OVERTIME TO SUPPORT CASE INVESTIGATIONS AND PROSECUTION.
10/1/2022 9/30/2025 Prime $699,831.00
Montgomery, Alabama CITY OF MONTGOMERY
THE CITY OF MONTGOMERY AS WELL AS THE MONTGOMERY AREA MENTAL HEALTH AUTHORITY AND, THE ALABAMA DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH, HAVE IDENTIFIED THE NEED FOR CRISIS INTERVENTION IN LAW ENFORCEMENT. THE CITY OF MONTGOMERY IS COMMITTED TO DE-ESCALATION TRAINING AS IDENTIFIED IN THE MONTGOMERY THRIVE PLAN. THE MONTGOMERY THRIVE PLAN IS BASED ON CITIZEN AND STAKEHOLDER INPUT ON DISPARITIES THAT HAVE BEEN EXACERBATED DUE TO THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC. THE CITY OF MONTGOMERY HAS REQUESTED $250,000 TO DEPLOY TRAINING AND DE-ESCALATION EFFORTS THAT WOULD RESULT IN EQUITABLE POLICING AND ACCESS TO JUSTICE FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CONDITIONS AND DISABILITIES. THE GOAL OF THE PROGRAM IS TO TRAIN LAW ENFORCEMENT PERSONNEL AND OTHERS TO RESPOND HUMANELY TO INDIVIDUALS WITH MENTAL ILLNESS BY REFERRING INDIVIDUALS TO THE MONTGOMERY AREA MENTAL HEALTH AUTHORITY CRISIS INTERVENTION CENTER TO RECEIVE PROPER EVALUATION AND TREATMENT, RATHER THAN INCARCERATION. THE IMPACT OF THIS EFFORT WILL STRENGTHEN COMMUNITY SAFETY, REDUCE HEALTH DISPARITIES, AND INCREASE TRUST IN LAW ENFORCEMENT. THE CITY WILL IMPLEMENT THE CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAM (CIT) NATIONAL TRAINING PROGRAM, CONSISTENT WITH TRAINING PROGRAMS IN THE CITY OF MOBILE AND JEFFERSON COUNTY ALABAMA. THE TRAINING WOULD CONSIST OF TOPICS RELATED TO OFFICER SAFETY, MENTAL HEALTH, COMMUNITY SUPPORT, DE-ESCALATION, AND ADVOCACY. THE TRAINING IS EXPECTED TO REACH AT LEAST 250 SWORN PERSONNEL ACROSS DIVISIONS INCLUDING THE SPECIAL SERVICES AND PATROL DIVISIONS, AS WELL AS LAW ENFORCEMENT AND LAW ENFORCEMENT MENTAL HEALTH ADVOCATES IN SURROUNDING COUNTIES THAT ARE SERVED BY THE MONTGOMERY AREA MENTAL HEALTH AUTHORITY. BASED ON 2020 CENSUS DATA THE POPULATION OF MONTGOMERY ALABAMA IS 200,567, WITH THE DEMOGRAPHICS OF THE CITY BEING 31.5% WHITE ALONE, 60.8% BLACK OR AFRICAN AMERICAN ALONE, 0.2% AMERICAN INDIAN AND ALASKA NATIVE ALONE, 3.2% ASIAN ALONE,2.9% TWO OR MORE RACES, AND 3.8% HISPANIC OR LATINO ALONE, 29.9 THE CITY OF MONTGOMERY HAS NOT RECEIVED A CRISIS INTERVENTION TRAINING GRANT FUNDS PREVIOUSLY IF SUCCESSFUL THIS WILL BE THE FIRST.
10/1/2022 9/30/2025 Prime $250,000.00
Oakland, California OAKLAND, CITY OF
THE CITY OF OAKLAND HAS A PROVEN TRACK RECORD OF SUCCESS WHEN ADDRESSING VIOLENT GUN CRIME IN A CONCERTED WAY.  WITH THE LAUNCH OF CEASEFIRE IN 2012, THE HOMICIDE RATE FELL OVER 50 PERCENT FROM 2012-2018 (APPENDIX 4: PROBLEM ANALYSIS, PUBLIC EXCERPT, BARAO AND BRAGA).  FROM THE LATEST FBI UCR DATA AVAILABLE IN 2019, THE CITY OF OAKLAND’S CRIME RATE IN CALIFORNIA WAS THIRD COMPARED TO ALL CITIES OF POPULATIONS GREATER THAN 100,000.  UNFORTUNATELY, LIKE MANY JURISDICTIONS ACROSS THE COUNTRY, VIOLENT GUN CRIME ROSE SIGNIFICANTLY DURING THE PANDEMIC IN THE TIME PERIOD AFTER THE LATEST AVAILABLE FBI STATISTICS AND CONTINUES AS A SCOURGE.  FOR EXAMPLE, IN 2021 COMPARED TO 2019, ASSAULT WITH A DEADLY WEAPON EXPERIENCED A 109% INCREASE, SHOOTING AT INHABITED DWELLING ROSE 119% AND SHOOTINGS AT UNOCCUPIED VEHICLES INCREASED 125%.  THE MOST DISCONCERTING TO OUR AGENCY AND COMMUNITY IS THAT HOMICIDES ROSE 65% IN THE SAME TIME PERIOD.  IN AN ENVIRONMENT WHERE RESOURCES ARE SCARCE, THE CITY OF OAKLAND ARGUES THAT A CGIC EXPANSION GRANT AWARDED TO THE OAKLAND POLICE DEPARTMENT (OPD) WILL BE SUCCESSFUL DUE TO ITS TRACK RECORD IN LAUNCHING INVENTIVE INITIATIVES SUCH AS CEASEFIRE (CITED IN THOMAS ABT’S BOOK “BLEEDING OUT:  THE DEVASTATING CONSEQUENCES OF URBAN VIOLENCE—AND A BOLD NEW PLAN FOR PEACE IN THE STREETS.”), PROVIDING TIMELY LABORATORY-GENERATED INVESTIGATIVE LEADS WHICH OUTPACES OTHER CALIFORNIA LABORATORIES (TOP NUMBER OF ACQUISITIONS IN THE STATE) AND OPD’S CURRENT PARTICIPATION IN AN ACTIVE CGIC (LETTER OF SUPPORT FROM ATF’S SPECIAL AGENT IN CHARGE).  SUCCESS WILL BE LAUNCHED IN THE FOLLOWING WAYS AND MEASURED THROUGH THE COLLECTION OF YEAR-TO-YEAR COMPARATIVE STATISTICS: (1) IMPROVEMENT OF CAPACITY TO ANALYZE FIREARM EVIDENCE BY HIRING A FORENSIC TECHNICIAN, (2) UPGRADE FORENSIC TECHNOLOGY, WORK- AND MEETING-SPACES, (3) ENGAGE WITH ACADEMICS TO ASSIST WITH RESEARCH AND METRIC COLLECTION AND SOCIAL NETWORK ANALYSIS TO GAIN FURTHER INSIGHT TO OAKLAND’S CRIME RINGS AND TO ASSIST WITH ONBOARDING A CRIME ANALYST FOR CGIC, AND (4) DEEPEN AND FORMALIZE OUR ALREADY WELL-ESTABLISHED CEASEFIRE PARTNERSHIPS WITH THE LOCAL PROBATION, PAROLE, OTHER LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT, FEDERAL PARTNERS, AS WELL AS THE DEPARTMENT OF VIOLENCE PREVENTION, LOCAL COMMUNITY- AND FAITH-BASED ORGANIZATIONS THAT SUPPORT VICTIMS OF CRIME, OPD’S CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION DIVISION AND ATF BY HOSTING QUARTERLY MEETINGS.  OPD HAS PREPARED A PROGRAM NARRATIVE IN SUPPORT OF THE CURRENT STATE OF VIOLENT GUN CRIME IN OAKLAND, A PLAN FOR HOW TO ADDRESS IT AND OPTIMISM FOR SUCCESS WERE THE GRANT AWARDED.
10/1/2022 9/30/2025 Prime $695,997.00
Stockton, California STOCKTON, CITY OF
THE STOCKTON CRIME GUN INTELLIGENCE CENTER (SCGIC) WILL BRING TOGETHER LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT, LOCAL AND STATE PROSECUTORS, AND FEDERAL BUREAU OF ALCOHOL, TOBACCO, FIREARMS AND EXPLOSIVES (ATF) PARTNERS TO ADDRESS THE PRECIPITOUS INCREASE IN FIREARM NON-FATAL INCIDENTS AND HOMICIDES OCCURRING OVER THE LAST SEVERAL MONTHS. ALTHOUGH GUN VIOLENCE IN STOCKTON, CA IS A HISTORIC TREND, RECENT EFFORTS, INCLUDING THE IMPLEMENTATION OF CEASEFIRE, HAVE BROUGHT THE LONG-TERM TREND LINE DOWN. SIGNIFICANT REDUCTIONS IN HOMICIDES FROM THE 2012 HIGH HAVE ALSO OCCURRED, HOWEVER, MORE COLLABORATION IS NEEDED TO FURTHER REDUCE AND SUSTAIN THE PREVALENCE OF GUN VIOLENCE. STOCKTON’S RATE OF VIOLENT CRIME REMAINS FOUR TIMES ABOVE THE NATIONAL AVERAGE. THIS GRANT WILL SUPPORT STOCKTON’S EFFORTS TO FORMALIZE THE INTERAGENCY PARTNERSHIPS AND INFRASTRUCTURE TO ENSURE EFFECTIVE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE SEVEN ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS OF A CGIC. ONCE ESTABLISHED, THE SCGIC WILL WORK TO PREVENT VIOLENT CRIME BY LINKING GUNS TO PERSONS AND CRIMES COMMITTED, COMPLETING THOROUGH INVESTIGATIONS AND PROSECUTING OFFENDERS. THESE INVESTIGATIONS AND ULTIMATE PROSECUTIONS WILL DISRUPT THE SYSTEMIC VIOLENCE OCCURRING IN STOCKTON AND SUPPORT THE INTELLIGENCE LED POLICING EFFORTS CURRENTLY IN PLACE. SPECIFIC GRANT DELIVERABLES INCLUDE: REVISING POLICIES AND PROCEDURES TO ENSURE TIMELY ENTRY OF BALLISTIC EVIDENCE INTO THE NATIONAL CORRELATION CENTER DATABASE; ESTABLISHING A PROTOCOL FOR FOLLOWING UP ON INVESTIGATIVE LEADS GENERATED FROM BALLISTIC LINKS AND EVIDENCE; SHARING OF INTELLIGENCE GATHERED BOTH ON THE STREET DURING INVESTIGATIONS, AND IN THE LAB REVIEWING EVIDENCE WITH CGIC PARTNERS; PROMOTING COLLABORATIVE WORKING GROUP PARTNERSHIPS BY TRACKING CGIC CASES AND DISCUSSING OUTCOMES, AND FORMALIZING THE WORKING PARTNERSHIP THROUGH A MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING TO SUSTAIN THE SCGIC FOR YEARS TO COME.
10/1/2022 9/30/2025 Prime $700,000.00
Santa Clara County, California SANTA CLARA, COUNTY OF
PROJECT ABSTRACT:                  SANTA CLARA COUNTY CRIME GUN INTELLIGENCE PROGRAM                        THE SANTA CLARA COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY’S OFFICE SEEKS TO EXPAND ON AN EXISTING CRIME GUN INTELLIGENCE PROGRAM BY ADDING SKILLED ANALYTIC STAFF AND ESSENTIAL EQUIPMENT TO MORE QUICKLY ANALYZE AND INVESTIGATE SHOOTING CASES. IN 2017 THE COUNTY’S CRIME LABORATORY HIRED FOUR CRIMINALISTS TO PROCESS GUNS AND EXPENDED CASINGS AND INPUT THEM INTO IBIS/NIBIN. AS HOPED, THIS GENERATED A HUGE AMOUNT OF NIBIN LEADS, REQUIRING THE COUNTY TO TRIAGE THE CASES TO DETERMINE WHAT CAN BE DONE TO QUICKLY IDENTIFY SHOOTERS AND FILE A CRIMINAL CASE.  AFTER INITIAL SUCCESS IN BUILDING THE FOUNDATION FOR A CRIME GUN INTELLIGENCE PROGRAM, THERE IS STILL A MAJOR PROBLEM ADDRESSING INCREASED VOLUME WITHOUT ADDITIONAL RESOURCES. THIS GRANT PROPOSAL SEEKS TO CLOSE CRITICAL GAPS IN PROCESSING SHELL CASINGS AND TRIAGING LEADS. TO SUCCESSFULLY CONTINUE THIS NIBIN PROGRAM, THE COUNTY NEEDS ANALYSTS TO IDENTIFY AND LINK CASES, COORDINATE WITH ASSIGNED INVESTIGATORS AND GET CASES TO A PROSECUTION STAGE. THROUGH A CLOSE PARTNERSHIP WITH THE ATF, THIS PROGRAM HAS SUCCESSFULLY CHANGED THE WAY BUSINESS IS DONE IN SANTA CLARA COUNTY.  LED BY THE DA OFFICE’S CRIME STRATEGIES UNIT, IN PARTNERSHIP WITH ALL FOURTEEN AGENCIES IN THE COUNTY, ALL ELIGIBLE FIREARMS AND CASINGS ARE QUICKLY AND UNIVERSALLY ENTERED INTO NIBIN. THIS WAS A MAJOR TASK. THE PROGRAM NEEDS ANALYSTS TO TRIAGE AND FOLLOW-UP ON NEWLY LINKED CASES AND AN ADDITIONAL MATCHPOINT TERMINAL TO ASSIST IN FASTER PROCESSING OF CASINGS. HAVING WORKED FOR SEVERAL YEARS TO BUILD CRITICAL PARTNERSHIPS, LAY THE INFRASTRUCTURE AND EMBRACE THE NATIONAL CGIC MODEL, THIS GRANT SEEKS FUNDING TO SUSTAIN THIS PROGRAM TO MEET THE DEMAND OF DRAMATICALLY INCREASING GUN CRIME, SHOOTINGS AND GUN RECOVERIES WITH ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT AND STAFF. MOREOVER, THIS PROGRAM SEEKS TO BENEFIT FROM THE WISDOM AND OVERSIGHT OF BJA AND THE TEAM OF EXPERTS THAT WOULD HELP FACILITATE THIS GRANT AWARD.
10/1/2022 9/30/2025 Prime $692,163.00
Aurora, Colorado AURORA, CITY OF
THE AURORA POLICE DEPARTMENT WILL PRODUCE TIMELY, PRECISE, AND OBJECTIVE CRIME GUN INTELLIGENCE DATA TO IDENTIFY, FOCUS, AND COORDINATE THEIR EFFORTS AND THOSE OF BORDERING AGENCIES, AND FEDERAL LAW ENFORCEMENT, FORENSIC, AND PROSECUTORIAL RESOURCES ON THE MOST VIOLENT ARMED OFFENDERS IN AURORA.  THE PROPOSED MODEL WILL BE BUILT UPON THE BEST PRACTICES SET FORTH BY THE NATIONAL CRIME GUN INTELLIGENCE GOVERNING BOARD, BUREAU OF ALCOHOL, TOBACCO, FIREARMS & EXPLOSIVES, AND BUREAU OF JUSTICE ASSISTANCE.  AURORA WILL GENERATE TIMELY AND COMPREHENSIVE NIBIN AND CRIME GUN TRACING DATA TO BE USED AS PROACTIVE, OBJECTIVE INVESTIGATIVE TOOLS TO PROVIDE FAST, ACCURATE, AND RELEVANT INFORMATION TO BOTH INVESTIGATORS AND PROSECUTORS.  INVESTIGATORS CAN QUICKLY FOLLOW-UP ON NIBIN LEADS TO INVESTIGATE RECENT SHOOTINGS, DETERMINE THE SOURCES OF CRIME GUNS, LINK OTHERWISE UNRELATED SHOOTING CRIMES, AND IDENTIFY VIOLENT SUSPECTS FOR PRIORITY PROACTIVE INVESTIGATIONS. PROSECUTORS CAN USE CRIME GUN INTELLIGENCE AS COMPELLING, SCIENTIFIC PROOF IN THE COURTROOM TO LINK FIREARM EVIDENCE TO ADDITIONAL VIOLENT CRIMES, THUS ENHANCING BONDS AND SENTENCES.  THE CRIME GUN INTELLIGENCE CONCEPT IS BASED ON THE PREMISE THAT EVIDENCE, CASINGS RECOVERED FROM THE SCENES OF ALL SHOOTING CRIMES, AND EVERY QUALIFYING PISTOL AND RIFLE TAKEN INTO POLICE CUSTODY WILL BE TEST FIRED AND ENTERED INTO THE NBIN DATABASE. IN ADDITION, CRIME GUN INTELLIGENCES OVERLAYS CRIME GUN TRACING WITH NIBIN LEADS TO IDENTIFY THE FIRST RETAIL PURCHASERS OF FIREARMS THAT HAVE ACTUALLY BEEN USED TO COMMIT SHOOTING CRIMES.  THE PROJECT’S MAIN GOAL AND IMPACTFUL EXPECTED OUTCOMES ARE:   THE PRIMARY GOAL OF CRIME GUN INTELLIGENCE IS TO DEVELOP TIMELY ACTIONABLE LEADS THAT WILL IDENTIFY ARMED VIOLENT OFFENDERS FOR INVESTIGATION AND PROSECUTION. MEANINGFUL, TIMELY, AND ONGOING COLLABORATION WITH ATF, BORDERING POLICE AGENCIES, LOCAL CRIME LABORATORIES, PROBATION AND PAROLE, PROSECUTING ATTORNEYS, U.S. ATTORNEYS’ OFFICE (USAO), CRIME ANALYSTS, COMMUNITY GROUPS, AND ACADEMIC ORGANIZATIONS.   REDUCE THE RATE OF HOMICIDES AND NON-FATAL SHOOTINGS.
10/1/2022 9/30/2025 Prime $699,959.00
Wilmington, Delaware CITY OF WILMINGTON
LEGAL APPLICANT: WILMINGTON DEPARTMENT OF POLICE TITLE OF PROJECT: WILMINGTON (DEL.) CRIME GUN INTELLIGENCE CENTER INTEGRATION EXPANSION     THE WILMINGTON POLICE DEPARTMENT (WPD), AND THE DELAWARE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE (DOJ) ARE SEEKING FUNDING FROM BUREAU OF JUSTICE ASSISTANCE (BJA) TO ASSIST WITH THE EXPANSION OF ITS EXISTING CRIME GUN INTELLIGENCE CENTER (CGIC). FUNDING WOULD PROVIDE WPD THE ABILITY TO ENHANCE OFFICER SAFETY; ADDRESS ILLEGAL FIREARM-RELATED CRIME; AND UTILIZE INTELLIGENCE, TECHNOLOGY, AND COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT TO SWIFTLY IDENTIFY CRIME GUNS, THEIR SOURCES, AND EFFECTIVELY PROSECUTE PERPETRATORS IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE BUREAU OF ALCOHOL, TOBACCO, FIREARMS AND EXPLOSIVES (ATF). THIS GRANT WILL ASSIST THE WILMINGTON POLICE DEPARTMENT WHO HAS COLLABORATED TO ENHANCE THEIR ALREADY EXISTING CGIF CERTIFIED FORENSIC FIREARMS CRIME LABORATORIES TO BENEFIT RESIDENTS OF DE.   GRANT FUNDS WILL ENHANCE THE WPD LABORATORY BY FUNDING A CONTRACTUAL FIREARMS EXAMINER. THIS WILL ALLOW WPD TO CONTINUE TO PROVIDE A FULL-SERVICE FORENSIC FIREARMS CRIME LABORATORY WITH THE CAPABILITIES OF EVIDENCE ENTRIES, EXAMINATIONS, TOOL MARK ANALYSIS, SERIAL NUMBER RESTORATION AND CASING/BALLISTIC MATCHES STATEWIDE FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES. WPD HAS A FULLY OPERATIONAL FIREARMS LAB, WITH THE EXCEPTION OF A FIREARMS EXAMINER. WPD HAS BEEN A CGIC CERTIFIED FORENSIC FIREARMS CRIME LABORATORY FOR SEVERAL YEARS, ENTERED INTO A MOU WITH ATF, AND MEETS THE CGIC BUSINESS PRACTICES.   GRANT FUNDS WILL ALSO BE USED TO PURCHASE FORENSIC MICROSCOPES NEEDED FOR FORENSIC EXAMINATIONS OF PROJECTILES AND OR SHELL CASINGS TO CONFIRM BALLISTIC MATCHES.  THIS WILL ENHANCE THE WPD LABORATORY TO BECOME A FULL-SERVICE FORENSIC FIREARMS CRIME LABORATORY WITH EVIDENCE ENTRIES, SERIAL NUMBER RESTORATION, EXAMINATIONS AND BALLISTIC MATCHES; SUBSEQUENTLY BOLSTERING INVESTIGATIONS AND PROSECUTIONS OF VIOLENT FIREARM CRIME. DE DOJ WILL USE GRANT FUNDS TO OVERSEE THE CREATION AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A GUN REPORTING AND TRACKING SYSTEM USING THE EXISTING STATEWIDE POLICE INCIDENT REPORTING SYSTEM, LEISS.   GOALS FOR THE PROJECT ARE: 1. DEVELOP ANALYTICAL SUPPORT TO IMPROVE POLICE RESPONSE TO GUNSHOTS FIRED UTILIZING REPORT MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS (RMS), ETRACE, AND OTHER TECHNOLOGY; 2. BECOME EVEN MORE EFFICIENT AND CONTINUE TO GROW IN LEARNING AND ADOPT NATIONAL BEST PRACTICES TO AVOID ANY BACKLOGGED EVIDENCE; 3. DECREASE TURNAROUND TIME FOR PROCESSING EVIDENCE; 4. HIRE ONE (1) FIREARMS EXAMINER AND PURCHASE EQUIPMENT WITHIN 90 DAYS; 5. COMPLETE A FINAL ANALYSIS REPORT.
10/1/2022 9/30/2025 Prime $686,433.00
Jackson, Mississippi JACKSON, CITY OF
ABSTRACT                 THE CITY OF JACKSON “THE CITY” IS THE CAPITAL OF MISSISSIPPI AND IS CONTINUING ITS GOAL OF DELIVERING INNOVATIVE AND EFFECTIVE PUBLIC SAFETY PROGRAMS TO THE CITIZENS OF JACKSON WITHIN HINDS COUNTY. THE CITY HAD TO REDUCE ITS CURRENT FISCAL YEAR’S BUDGET TO OFFSET UNEXPECTED REDUCTIONS IN TAX REVENUE. JACKSON HAS REPORTED FIFTY-FOUR MURDERS AND WE ARE JUST 5 MONTHS INTO 2022 FISCAL YEAR. THE CITY OF JACKSON HAS THE HIGHEST VOLUME OF VIOLENT CRIMES IN THE NATION AS OF TODAY, WE HAVE SEEN AN INCREASE OF GUN VIOLENCE FOR THE PAST 4YEARS. OUR FOCUS WILL BE TO COMBINE RESOURCES AND POWER TO WORK WITH OUR LOCAL ATF PARTNERS IN UTILIZE INTELLIGENCE, TECHNOLOGY, AND COMMUNITY PARTNERS TO IDENTIFY UNLAWFUL FIREARMS, INDIVIDUALS USING THEM AND THE SOURCES PROVIDING THEM. WE HAVE A GREAT RELATIONSHIP WITH THE LOCAL DISTRICT ATTORNEY’S OFFICE AND U.S. ATTORNEY’S OFFICE, WHO ARE ON STANDBY TO PROSECUTE ANYONE ENGAGED IN VIOLENT CRIMES. THE JACKSON POLICE DEPARTMENT IS BEING INITIATIVE-TAKING IN ALL PRECINCTS 1,2,3 AND 4. PRECINCTS 3 & 4 HAS SEEN A 133% RISE IN HOMICIDES, WITH MOST BEING VIOLENT GUN CRIMES. PRECINCTS 1 AND 2 HAS SEEN A 24.2% INCREASE THIS YEAR. OUR OBJECTIVE IS TO UTILIZE FUNDING OF THE 2022 LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT CRIME GUN INTELLIGENCE CENTER INTEGRATION INITIATIVE GRANT TO ENHANCE THE CONVICTION RATE, SOLVE COLD CASES OF GUN CRIMES AND SOLVE ANY CASES OF VIOLENT GUN CRIMES WITH THE ASSISTANCES OF OUR ATF PARTNERS AND OTHER RESOURCES. THE JACKSON POLICE DEPARTMENT WILL PURCHASE INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGY AND EQUIPMENT TO COMBAT GUN CRIMES, EXPAND THE BLUE   LIGHT CAMERA SYSTEM TO CAPTURE CRIME IN REAL-TIME WITH THE AID OF OUR REAL TIME COMMAND CENTER. THERE IS ALSO, A NEED FOR TWO NEW SUV WITH ALL THE CURRENT TECHNOLOGY NEEDED TO HAVE MOBILE UNITS ON PATROL, A DRONE FOR ACTIVE SHOOTERS AND CRIMINAL ROUND UPS, THE CRIME SCENE UNITS AND CRIME LAB WILL NEED TESTING EQUIPMENT FOR BALLISTICS, DRUG RELATED GUN CRIMES AND GSR KITS FOR TESTING INDIVIDUAL SUSPECTS. OUR GOAL IS TO CREATE A TRACKING SYSTEM FOR ALL CASES AND TO INCREASE VICTIM PARTICIPATION THROUGH THIS INITIATIVE, THE JACKSON POLICE DEPARTMENT WILL BE ABLE TO TAKE A MULTIDISCIPLINARY APPROACH TO COMBATTING GUN CRIMES AND PROSECUTING PERPETRATORS ENGAGED IN VIOLENT CRIMES. THIS GRANT WILL PROVIDE FOR CRITICAL EQUIPMENT AND FIRSTHAND BALLISTICS ASSISTANCE FROM ATF. DUES TO CURRENT BUDGET CONSTRAINTS OF OUR GENERAL OPERATING BUDGET, FUNDS FOR THE INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGY EQUIPMENT WOULD NOT BE AVAILABLE.
10/1/2022 9/30/2025 Prime $675,000.00
Newark, New Jersey CITY OF NEWARK, NEW JERSEY
THE NEWARK POLICE DIVISION (NPD) SERVES THE LARGEST CITY IN THE STATE OF NEW JERSEY, HOME TO A POPULATION OF 311,549. IN 2021, NEWARK LED NEW JERSEY WITH THE MOST GUN VIOLENCE INCIDENTS AND VICTIMS. THE CITY REPRESENTS ABOUT 3% OF THE STATE’S POPULATION, BUT ALSO REPRESENTS 25% OF FATAL AND NON-FATAL GUN VIOLENCE INCIDENTS AND VICTIMS (NJ STATE POLICE). FROM 2019 TO 2020, FATAL SHOOTINGS INCREASED BY 3%, FOLLOWED BY A 9% INCREASE FROM 2020 TO 2021. YEAR TO DATE, THE NPD HAS RECOVERED 286 GUNS OFF THE STREETS, A 47% INCREASE FROM THE YEAR BEFORE ALREADY. THE TASK OF RESPONDING TO GUN CRIMES, INCLUDING RECOVERING GUNS AND INVESTIGATING GUN CRIMES, IS GETTING MORE CHALLENGING IN NUMBERS AND CRIMINAL ADVANCEMENTS. THE NPD SEEKS TO MAKE THE ACQUISITIONS NECESSARY TO FORMALIZE A CRIME GUN INTELLIGENCE CENTER (CGIC). THE FOUNDATION EXISTS IN NEWARK FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A FORMAL CGIC. THE NPD ASSIGNED INVESTIGATORS TO THE VIOLENT CRIME INITIATIVE (VCI) IN 2020 TO INCORPORATE DETECTIVES INTO THE U.S. ATTORNEY’S OFFICE ON A FULL-TIME BASIS. THIS HAS GROWN INTO A PARTNERSHIP THAT INCLUDES THE ATF, DEA, AND FBI TO COLLABORATE ON GUN CRIME INTELLIGENCE IN THE CITY. AS A JURISDICTION PLAGUED BY GUN VIOLENCE AND MULTI-GENERATIONAL POVERTY, THE NPD MUST LEVERAGE EXISTING AGREEMENTS TO MAXIMIZE NEW RESOURCES FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A CGIC. OUR GOAL IS TO ENHANCE RESOURCES TO REDUCE VIOLENT CRIME IN NEWARK. THROUGH THIS PROGRAM, THE ESSEX COUNTY PROSECUTOR’S OFFICE WILL BE ALLOCATED 20% OF GRANT FUNDS TO PRIORITIZE THE PROSECUTION OF GUN CRIME CASES. THE BALLISTICS LABORATORY WILL RECEIVE A NEW MICROSCOPE THAT WILL SAVE INVESTIGATORS TIME AND RESULT IN HIGHER QUALITY FINDINGS. THE NPD RECOGNIZES THE IMPORTANCE OF ACCESSING THE PERSONAL TECHNOLOGY OF SHOOTERS TO FULLY INVESTIGATE GUN CRIMES. THEREFORE, THE NPD IS REQUESTING FUNDING FOR THE PURCHASE OF CELLEBRITE AND GRAYKEY SOFTWARE TO EXTRACT CRIMINAL CELL PHONE DATA. THE NPD VCI IDENTIFIED ONE OF THE BIGGEST CHALLENGES INVOLVING THE CITY’S GUN CRIMES AS THE PREVALENCE OF VEHICLES. AS PART OF THE CITY’S PLAN TO EXPAND THE SHOTSPOTTER SYSTEM, THE NPD SEEKS TO DEPLOY LICENSE PLATE READERS TO UNCOVERED HIGH-CRIME AREAS IN THE CITY. EACH PROPOSED PROJECT EXPENDITURE WILL HELP THE NPD EXPAND ITS INTELLIGENCE APPARATUS AND PROVIDE THE CGIC WITH THE TOOLS TO PRODUCE AND SHARE THE BEST INFORMATION POSSIBLE TO CURB GUN CRIMES AND LEAD TO MORE ARRESTS OF VIOLENT CRIMINALS.
10/1/2022 9/30/2025 Prime $700,000.00
Salt Lake City, Utah UNIFIED POLICE DEPARTMENT OF GREATER SALT LAKE
THE UNIFIED POLICE DEPARTMENT OF GREATER SALT LAKE (UPD) WAS CREATED IN 2010 AND SERVES OVER 206,000 PEOPLE IN MANY CITIES AND COMMUNITIES. THE SALT LAKE COUNTY SHERIFF SERVES AS ITS CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER. UPD’S MODEL ALLOWS COMMUNITIES TO HAVE COMPREHENSIVE POLICE SERVICES AT A FRACTION OF THE COST OF ESTABLISHING AND MAINTAINING THEIR OWN POLICE FORCE.       THE UPD REQUESTS $250,000 IN FUNDING TO CREATE A TRAINING PROGRAM FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS AND LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES THROUGHOUT SALT LAKE COUNTY. UPD HAS NOT PREVIOUSLY BEEN A RECIPIENT OF CRISIS RESPONSE INTERVENTION TRAINING GRANT FUNDS. IN 2017, UNIFIED POLICE DEPARTMENT’S SALT LAKE COUNTY METRO MENTAL HEALTH UNIT (METRO MENTAL HEALTH UNIT) WAS CREATED TO SUPPORT PATROL RESPONSE TO MENTAL HEALTH CALLS. WHILE THIS UNIT HAS BEEN SUCCESSFUL AND WELL RECEIVED, CALLS FOR SERVICE WITH A MENTAL HEALTH COMPONENT HAVE STEADILY INCREASED. UPD RECEIVED NEARLY 2,700 CRISIS CALLS IN 2021, BUT THE METRO MENTAL HEALTH UNIT WAS ONLY ABLE TO MANAGE 25% DUE TO STAFFING CHALLENGES WITHIN THE UNIT. THIS SUPPORTS THE NEED FOR FOCUSED TRAINING ON MENTAL HEALTH RESPONSES FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS, SO THAT THEY ARE CAPABLE OF RESPONDING TO A CITIZEN EXPERIENCING A MENTAL HEALTH CRISIS. THE METRO MENTAL HEALTH UNIT PROPOSES REVIEWING AND MERGING TWO CURRICULUMS: THE STATE OF UTAH’S MANDATED MENTAL HEALTH AND OTHER CRISIS INTERVENTION RESPONSES, AND THE NATIONALLY RECOGNIZED MEMPHIS MODEL. THE METRO MENTAL HEALTH UNIT’S GOAL IS TO TRAIN UPD OFFICERS AS WELL AS OTHER LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES THROUGHOUT SALT LAKE COUNTY.
10/1/2022 9/30/2025 Prime $250,000.00
Milwaukee, Wisconsin CITY OF MILWAUKEE POLICE DEPARTMENT
THE CITY OF MILWAUKEE POLICE DEPARTMENT (MPD) AS LEAD APPLICANT IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE MILWAUKEE COUNTY BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES PROPOSES TO DEVELOP AN ADVANCED CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAM (CIT) TRAINING PROGRAM TO EQUIP POLICE OFFICERS TO BETTER IDENTIFY AND RESPOND TO BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CALLS WITH THE GOAL TO REDUCE POLICE USE OF FORCE, DIVERT INDIVIDUALS FROM JAIL AND THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM, AND REDUCE INVOLUNTARY ADMISSIONS TO MILWAUKEE COUNTY MENTAL HEALTH.  THE PROPOSAL REQUESTS $250,000 IN FEDERAL FUNDS TO PREPARE 100+ POLICE OFFICERS WITH ENHANCED SKILLS TO EFFECTIVELY INTERACT WITH INDIVIDUALS IN CRISIS DEMONSTRATING BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CONDITIONS, AND/OR INTELLECTUAL, DEVELOPMENTAL, OR PHYSICAL DISABILITIES.  THIS APPROACH WILL CONNECT INDIVIDUALS IN CRISES WITH APPROPRIATE BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES AND COMMUNITY RESOURCES TO ACHIEVE MORE MEANINGFUL AND EMPOWERED INDIVIDUAL OUTCOMES AND A SAFER COMMUNITY.  PARTICIPATING MPD OFFICERS WILL HAVE COMPLETED A MINIMUM 40 HOURS OF PRIOR CIT AND DEMONSTRATE A WILLINGNESS TO BE A LEAD RESPONDER TO BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CALLS AT THE DISTRICT LEVEL.  THE MPD WILL FOLLOW THE PLANNING AND IMPLEMENTATION APPROACH TO DEVELOP AND DELIVER ADVANCED CRISIS RESPONSE TRAINING CURRICULUM BASED ON EVALUATION AND REVIEW OF NATIONAL BEST PRACTICES.  THE MPD’S CRISIS ASSESSMENT RESPONSE TEAM WILL CONDUCT SITE VISITS TO TWO LEADING LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES IN BEHAVIOR HEALTH CO-RESPONSE TO LEARN INNOVATIVE BEST PRACTICES.  THIS INFORMATION WILL BE SHARED WITH BEHAVIORAL HEALTH AND COMMUNITY PARTNERS TO DEVELOP A RELEVANT CURRICULUM FOR MILWAUKEE.  UPON APPROVAL BY BJA, THE MPD AND ITS PARTNERS WILL IMPLEMENT THE FINALIZED ADVANCED CIT TRAINING PROGRAM TO SELECTED POLICE OFFICERS.  THE MPD IS A FIRST TIME APPLICANT FOR THE CRISIS RESPONSE INTERVENTION TRAINING GRANT.
10/1/2022 9/30/2025 Prime $250,000.00
Phoenix, Arizona PHOENIX, CITY OF
BJA FY21 SMART POLICING INITIATIVE FOR PHOENIX POLICE DEPARTMENT
10/1/2021 9/30/2024 Prime $500,000.00
Mesa, Arizona MESA, CITY OF
CITY OF MESA POLICE DEPARTMENT COLLABORATIVE APPROACH TOWARD PREVENTING HATE CRIME
10/1/2021 9/30/2024 Prime $750,000.00
Los Angeles, California CITY OF LOS ANGELES
PREVENTING AND ADDRESSING ANTI-ASIAN HATE CRIME: A DEMONSTRATION PROJECT IN LOS ANGELES
10/1/2021 9/30/2024 Prime $833,333.00
San Jose, California SAN JOSE, CITY OF
BJA FY21 COLLABORATIVE APPROACH TOWARD PREVENTING AND ADDRESSING HATE CRIME
10/1/2021 9/30/2024 Prime $833,333.00
Louisville-Jefferson County, Kentucky LOUISVILLE-JEFFERSON COUNTY METRO GOVERNMENT
LOUISVILLE METRO POLICE DEPARTMENT CRIME GUN INTELLIGENCE CENTER
10/1/2021 9/30/2024 Prime $699,632.00
Louisville, Kentucky LOUISVILLE-JEFFERSON COUNTY METRO GOVERNMENT
LOUISVILLE METRO POLICE DEPARTMENT CRIME GUN INTELLIGENCE CENTER
10/1/2021 9/30/2024 Prime $699,632.00
Detroit, Michigan DETROIT, CITY OF
FY2021 SPI: CITY OF DETROIT, MI
10/1/2021 9/30/2024 Prime $500,000.00
St. Louis, Missouri CITY OF ST LOUIS, THE
DATA-DRIVEN GUNFIRE HOTSPOT POLICING: EXAMINING THE EFFICACY OF REACTIVE AND PLACE-BASED PROBLEM-SOLVING APPROACHES IN REDUCING GUNFIRE IN ST. LOUIS
10/1/2021 9/30/2024 Prime $499,980.00
Charlotte, North Carolina CHARLOTTE, CITY OF
CMPD FY2021 LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT CRIME GUN INTELLIGENCE CENTER INTEGRATION INITIATIVE
10/1/2021 9/30/2024 Prime $700,000.00
Cincinnati, Ohio CITY OF CINCINNATI
ENHANCE CURRENT CRIME GUN INTELLIGENCE CENTER EFFORTS TO ADDRESS PRECIPITOUS INCREASES IN GUN-RELATED VIOLENT CRIME.
10/1/2021 9/30/2024 Prime $699,994.00
Lexington-Fayette County, Kentucky LEXINGTON-FAYETTE URBAN COUNTY GOVERNMENT
THE STREET SALES TASK FORCE PROJECTS IS A DRUG TASK FORCE WITH STRONG MULTI-AGENCY COOPERATION BETWEEN THE LEXINGTON POLICE DEPARTMENT, THE FAYETTE COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY OFFICE AND THE DRUG ENFORCEMENT AGENCY IN THE INVESTIGATIONS, ARREST AND PROSECUTION OF DRUG OFFENDERS. THE GRANT FUNDS WILL BE USED FOR OVERTIME FOR LPD DETECTIVES IN THE NARCOTICS ENFORCEMENT UNIT AND INTEL TO INVESTIGATE DRUG CRIME INCLUDING DRUG OVERDOSES AND OVERDOSE FATALITIES.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Sub $30,000.00
Charleston, West Virginia CITY OF CHARLESTON
MULTI-JURISDICTIONAL TASK FORCE COMBATTING DRUG TRAFFICKING ORGANIZATIONS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2022 Sub $50,000.00
Charleston, West Virginia CITY OF CHARLESTON
CHARLESTON POLICE OFFICERS WILL CONTINUE TO BE PLACED AT CHARLESTON- AREA SCHOOLS AS PREVENTION RESOURCE OFFICERS (PROS) TO WORK WITH STUDENTS, FACULTY AND PARENTS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2022 Sub $30,000.00
Morgantown, West Virginia CITY OF MORGANTOWN, THE
THE MPD PRO PROGRAM WILL CONTINUE THE PRESENCE OF A PRO OFFICER IN TWO SCHOOLS, IN A COOPERATIVE EFFORT TO IMPROVE STUDENT'S KNOWLEDGE OF THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM AND POLICE.
10/1/2021 9/30/2022 Sub $25,000.00
Albuquerque, New Mexico ALBUQUERQUE, CITY OF
THE PROGRAM WILL WORK TOWARD IDENTIFYING, DISRUPTING AND DISMANTLING DTOS, AND PREVENTING THE SALES, USE, AND RELATED CRIMES ASSOCIATED WITH ILLEGAL SUBSTANCES WITHIN LOCAL COMMUNITIES BY USING A VARIETY OF INVESTIGATIVE METHODS. JAG FUNDING WILL HELP ADDRESS THESE ISSUES LEADING TO ARRESTS, DRUG/MONEY/GUN SEIZURES, AND BOTH FEDERAL AND STATE LEVEL PROSECUTION OF CASES. THE FUNDS WILL ASSIST REGION I'S APPROACH TO SOLVING THE PROBLEMS FACING IT'S COMMUNITY THROUGH HAVING WELL-EQUIPPED, WELL-TRAINED AND EXPERIENCED OFFICERS/DEPUTIES/AGENTS WORKING TOGETHER.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Sub $128,500.00
Las Cruces, New Mexico PUBLIC SAFETY, NEW MEXICO DEPARTMENT OF
LAS CRUCES, CITY OF
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Sub $120,100.00
Santa Fe County, New Mexico SANTA FE, COUNTY OF
THE DRUG PROBLEM IN REGION III IS ACCURATELY ADDRESSED IN THE 2021 ANNUAL HIDTA THREAT ASSESSMENT ON PAGE 21, WHICH IS THE SAME DRUG STRATEGY ADOPTED BY THE DEAC BOARD. REGION III CONTINUES TO FOCUS ON THE METHAMPHETAMINE PROBLEM, WHICH IS THE BIGGEST THREAT, FOLLOWED BY HEROIN AND COCAINE. REGION III DEVELOPS CASES THROUGH INTELLIGENCE, CONFIDENTIAL SOURCES AND MANY HOURS OF SURVEILLANCE. THIS LEADS TO UNDERCOVER BUYS BY AGENTS, SEARCH WARRANTS AND BUY/BUST OPERATIONS. REGION III USES JAG FUNDS TO EXECUTE THE ABOVE-LISTED ACTIVITIES IN BOTH NARCOTIC PURCHASES, INFORMANT COMPENSATION AND OVERTIME FOR PARTICIPATING AGENTS.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Sub $138,410.35
Las Cruces, New Mexico CITY OF LAS CRUCES
LCPD WILL PURCHASE THE 4K TOUCH LESS LABORATORY SYSTEM AND MULTIWAVELENGTH FORENSIC TABLET FORENSIC TECHNOLOGY TO VASTLY IMPROVE THE EFFICIENCY AND EFFECTIVENESS OF COLLECTING AND ANALYZING EVIDENCE BY THE CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATIONS UNIT. THE PROPOSED SYSTEM DOES NOT USE POWDERS, CHEMICALS, AND HAS NO CHANCE OF CONTAMINATION TO EVIDENCE, INSTEAD, IT RELIES ON AN ARRAY OF ALTERNATIVE LIGHT SOURCES TO ILLUMINATE THE PRINT. THIS ALLOWS A GAUGED FINGERPRINT TO BE PHOTOGRAPHED IN 4K AND SUBMITTED TO THE STATE LAB FOR ANALYSIS. BECAUSE THE PRINT IS NEVER TOUCHED, THERE IS NO CHANCE OF CONTAMINATING DNA PRIOR TO SWABBING. THIS ALSO ALLOWS FOR THE RECOVERY OF FINGERPRINTS FROM SURFACES THAT WOULD NORMALLY HAVE A HIGH RISK OF PRINT DESTRUCTION, LIKE TEXTURED MATERIALS, SOFT MATERIALS, OR PAPER. FURTHER, THERE IS NO RISK OF DEGRADING THE FINGERPRINT WHEN LIFTING IT MAKING IT UNUSABLE. THE ALTERNATIVE LIGHT ARRAY IN THIS SYSTEM WILL ALSO DETECT BODILY FLUIDS SUCH AS BLOOD, SALIVA, AND SEMEN. ALONG WITH BODILY FLUIDS, THE SYSTEM WILL DETECT POWDERS AND CHEMICALS SUCH AS GUNSHOT RESIDUE, ALLOWING IT TO BE PHOTOGRAPHED PRIOR TO COLLECTION.
10/1/2021 9/30/2025 Sub $120,100.00
St. Louis County, Missouri ST LOUIS, COUNTY OF
2022 JAG
10/1/2021 9/30/2024 Sub $175,562.00

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