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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USA spending grants by program code 16.835
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New York, New York NEW YORK CITY DEPARTMENT OF HOMELESS
THE NEW YORK CITY DEPARTMENT OF HOMELESS SERVICES POLICE (DHSPD) IS SUBMITTING A REQUEST FOR CATEGORY 5: USING BWC FOOTAGE TO DEVELOP AN EVIDENCE-BASED TRAINING CURRICULUM, SUPPLEMENT THEIR QUALITY/INTEGRITY CONTROL PROGRAM, AND IMPLEMENT BEST PRACTICES OF CONSTITUTIONAL POLICING. THE FOOTAGE THAT IS RECORDED THROUGH THE CURRENT DHSPD BWC PROGRAM IS USEFUL ONLY WHEN DHSPD CAN EASILY ACCESS AND DISSEMINATE THE INFORMATION. THE CURRENT INTERNAL DATABASE SYSTEM REQUIRES DOWNLOADING BWC FOOTAGE ONTO A ZIP DRIVE AND PHYSICALLY DELIVERING THE DRIVE WHEN FOOTAGE IS REQUESTED FOR INTERNAL REVIEW OR REQUESTED BY DISTRICT ATTORNEYS AND OTHER LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES. DHSPD IS IN NEED OF A WEB-BASED DATABASE SYSTEM THAT CAN SAFELY AND PROPERLY CATALOGUE, RETRIEVE, AND SHARE THE DATA FROM THE CURRENT BWC PROGRAM – WITH SEARCHABLE FEATURES WITHIN THE NEW SYSTEM TO TRACK AND TROUBLESHOOT ISSUES IN THE FIELD IN REAL TIME. THE WEB-BASED DATABASE SYSTEM DHS POLICE IS TRYING TO PURCHASE WILL TIE TO ALL OTHER SYSTEMS WITHIN THE AGENCY’S INFORMATION SYSTEMS INFRASTRUCTURE. THE NEW SYSTEM WILL HELP DHSPD TO MEET CRITICAL NEEDS, INCLUDING TRACKING AND ADDRESSING IN REAL TIME WHICH OFFICERS ARE WEARING THEIR BWCS AND WEARING THEM PROPERLY; ADDRESSING INCIDENTS IN REAL TIME AND EFFICIENTLY SHARING DATA AS REQUESTED; IDENTIFYING AND UTILIZING CLIPS OF THE FOOTAGE TO CREATE ENHANCED OFFICER TRAINING MODULES (BEYOND WHAT WE CURRENTLY OFFER) FOR DHS POLICE OFFICERS AS WELL AS OTHER LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES; AND SHARING BEST PRACTICES IN OFFICER TRAINING WITH STRATEGIES THAT ARE UNIQUE TO WORKING WITH HOMELESS SHELTER POPULATION – A GROUP WITH HIGH SELF REPORTED RATES OF MENTAL ILLNESS AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE. IN RECENT YEARS, THERE HAS BEEN A GREAT DEAL OF PRESSURE ON LAW ENFORCEMENT TO USE DIFFERENT TACTICS IN DEALING WITH THIS HIGH-NEED POPULATION. BWCS PLAY A MAJOR ROLE IN MOVING LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES IN THIS DIRECTION. DHSPD IS WELL POSITIONED AS AN EXPERT AT ADMINISTERING THESE TACTICS, AND THE BWC PROGRAM IS VITAL IN REINFORCING AND SHARING WITH OTHER AGENCIES THESE TACTICS AND PRACTICES.
10/1/2022 9/30/2025 Prime $929,017.00
Utica, New York CITY OF UTICA
THE UTICA POLICE DEPARTMENT (UPD) IS PLEASED TO SUBMIT AN APPLICATION FOR THE FY 2022 BODY-WORN CAMERA POLICY AND IMPLEMENTATION PROGRAM TO SUPPORT LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES UNDER CATEGORY 1 FUNDING. THE UPD IS LOCATED IN THE CITY OF UTICA, COUNTY OF ONEIDA, IN THE STATE OF NEW YORK. THE UPD IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE SAFETY AND SECURITY OF ALL CITY OF UTICA RESIDENTS AND VISITORS. THE MISSION OF THE UPD IS TO BOLSTER COMMUNITY CONFIDENCE AND TRUST OF LAW ENFORCEMENT BY PROVIDING IMPARTIAL, ETHICAL, AND PROFESSIONAL LAW ENFORCEMENT SERVICE AND PROTECTION TO THE CITY OF UTICA.           THE UPD PROVIDES POLICING SERVICES FOR THE CITY OF UTICA, WHICH HOUSES 65,283 RESIDENTS AND ENCOMPASSES 16.76 SQUARE MILES. THE CITY OF UTICA IS VERY DIVERSE IN TERMS OF BOTH ITS DEMOGRAPHICS AND LANDSCAPE. THE CITY SERVES AS A MELTING POT FOR NUMEROUS CULTURES, ETHNICITIES, AND BACKGROUNDS, AND IS MADE UP OF MANY RESIDENTIAL COMMUNITIES, BUSINESS DISTRICTS, A REVITALIZED DOWNTOWN AREA, AND PORTIONS OF WETLANDS SURROUNDING A RIVER. THE USE OF BODY-WORN CAMERAS WITHIN THIS AGENCY ULTIMATELY BENEFITS NOT ONLY CITY OF UTICA RESIDENTS, BUT THOSE TRAVELING THROUGH THE CITY, CITIZENS WHO COME IN CONTACT WITH THE UPD, THOSE IN CUSTODY OF THE UPD, AND EMPLOYEES OF THE UPD.           THE UPD IS COMPOSED OF THREE DIVISIONS, THE UNIFORM PATROL DIVISION, THE CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS DIVISION, AND THE SUPPORT DIVISION, WHICH EACH HAVE THEIR OWN SPECIALIZED UNITS. CURRENTLY, THE UPD HAS 140 BODY-WORN CAMERAS (BWCS) THAT ARE RESERVED FOR THE UNIFORM PATROL DIVISION, AS THEY HAVE THE MOST CONTACT WITH THE PUBLIC. WITH THIS FUNDING, THE UPD WILL PURCHASE 172 BWCS TO EQUIP ALL OFFICERS. THE UPD WILL EXPAND ITS CURRENT BWC PROGRAM TO REPLACE THE 140 BWCS THAT ARE NEARING THEIR END OF LIFE AND MOVE TO FULL IMPLEMENTATION BY PURCHASING AN ADDITIONAL 32 BWCS SO THAT EVERY OFFICER HAS ACCESS TO ONE WHILE ON DUTY. THIS WOULD COST APPROXIMATELY $731,026. UNDER THIS PROPOSED PROJECT, THERE WOULD BE NO SUBRECIPIENT AGENCY TO RECEIVE ANY FUNDING FOR BWC PURCHASE OR LEASE.           EXPANSION OF THE CURRENT BWC PROGRAM WOULD ENHANCE THE UPD’S MISSION AND VALUES. THE DESIRED OUTCOME IS TO NURTURE THE LAW ENFORCEMENT RELATIONSHIP AND TRUST WITHIN THE COMMUNITY WHILE PROVIDING THE BEST POSSIBLE POLICING. THIS IS ACCOMPLISHED THROUGH UPD’S THOROUGH COMMITMENT TO SERVICE AND PROFESSIONALISM, COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT, RESPONSIBILITY, AND ACCOUNTABILITY.
10/1/2022 9/30/2025 Prime $344,000.00
Jonesboro, Arkansas CITY OF JONESBORO
BJA FY22 BWCPIP-LEA JONESBORO POLICE DEPARTMENT CITY OF JONESBORO, ARKANSAS THE CITY OF JONESBORO (AR) ON BEHALF OF JONESBORO POLICE DEPARTMENT (JPD) APPLIES FOR FUNDING TO EXPAND ITS BODY-WORN CAMERA PROGRAM BY PURCHASING 20 ADDITIONAL BWCS. THE JONESBORO PD IMPLEMENTED IT’S BWC PROGRAM IN 2018 AND WAS AWARD 200 CAMERAS BUT HAS OVER 200 PERSONNEL THAT COME INTO CONTACT WITH THE PUBLIC; THUS CREATING A GAP. WITH THIS GRANT, THE CITY OF JONESBORO SEEKS TO CLOSE THIS GAP AND FULLY EQUIP ALL OUR FULL TIME, PART TIME, AND ANCILLARY FORCE WITH BWC. THE EXISTING PROGRAM INCLUDES A DEVELOPED POLICY, TRAINING, AND EVALUATION PLAN THAT WAS SUBMITTED WITH OUR ORIGINAL APPLICATION. JONESBORO DESIRES TO BE A MODEL COMMUNITY HELPING LAW ENFORCEMENT PEERS SUCCESSFULLY UTILIZE THIS TECHNOLOGY TO IMPROVE SAFETY AND ENHANCE PROCEDURAL JUSTICE. LOCATED IN THE UPPER ARKANSAS DELTA, JUST 70 MILES FROM MEMPHIS, TN, THE CITY OF JONESBORO ENCOMPASSES THE MAJORITY OF THE POPULATION OF CRAIGHEAD COUNTY. JONESBORO SERVES AS THE NORTHEAST ARKANSAS REGIONAL HUB FOR MANUFACTURING, AGRICULTURE, HEALTHCARE, RETAIL, AND SERVICE SECTORS. APPROXIMATELY, 78,576 PEOPLE LIVE IN COMMUNITIES RANGING FROM SINGLE-FAMILY HOMES TO DENSE MIXED-USE ENVIRONMENTS. JONESBORO POPULATION IS 67.3% NON-HISPANIC WHITE, 20.9% AFRICAN AMERICAN, 11.9% OTHER RACES OR MIXED RACE. JONESBORO RESIDENTS HAVE A MEDIAN INCOME OF $47,062, AND A POVERTY RATE OF 20.2%. THE JPD BWC PROGRAM EXPANSION WILL STRATEGICALLY TARGET CURRENT AND CRITICAL CRIME CHALLENGES INCLUDING THE INCREASE IN HOMICIDE, AGGRAVATED ASSAULT, MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT, ARSON, DRUG/NARCOTICS VIOLATIONS AND DUIS. DUE TO MANY OF THE CRIMES COMMITTED IN JONESBORO INVOLVING ACTORS WHO FREQUENTLY COMMIT CRIMES IN NEARBY CITIES WITHIN OUR JUDICIAL DISTRICT, JPD COORDINATES WITH THE PROSECUTOR’S OFFICE, MULTIPLE COUNTY JUVENILE OFFICERS, ADMINISTRATORS, AND SWORN OFFICERS FROM NEIGHBORING AGENCIES ON SEVERAL OCCASIONS. THE EVIDENCE COLLECTED FROM BWC CONTENT HAS EXONERATED, BUILT COMMUNITY-POLICE TRUST, MAINTAINED RACIAL EQUITY, BROUGHT CRIME AWARENESS AND FASTER PROCESSING OF CASES. THE JONESBORO PD FORCE IS LARGER AND MORE THAN LIKELY WILL CONTINUE TO GROW AS THE POPULATION INCREASES INDICATING A RISE IN CRIME. IT IS STANDARD PROTOCOL TO COLLECT AND REVIEW ON A QUARTERLY BASIS TO IDENTIFY NOTABLE EVENTS, TRENDS AND ENSURE BWC COMPLIANCE. JPD WILL COLLABORATE WITH TTA ON ANY BWC DEVELOPMENTS AND NEEDED REVIEWS. PROTECTING THE COMMUNITY IN THE MOST ETHICAL, EFFICIENT AND EFFECTIVE WAY IS ESSENTIAL TO THE CITY OF JONESBORO AND JONESBORO POLICE DEPARTMENT.
10/1/2022 9/30/2025 Prime $7,584.00
Los Angeles, California CITY OF LOS ANGELES
IN AUGUST 2015, THE LOS ANGELES POLICE DEPARTMENT (LAPD), WITH THE ASSISTANCE OF THE BUREAU OF JUSTICE (BJA), BEGAN DEPLOYING 7,000 BODY-WORN CAMERAS (BWC) TO ALL UNIFORMED PATROL OFFICERS IN ITS 21 GEOGRAPHIC AREAS.  THIS INITIAL DEPLOYMENT WAS COMPLETED IN 2018 AND LATER EXPANDED WITH 355 AND 500 BWCS RESPECTIVELY, FOR THE SPECIALIZED DETAILS, THROUGH BJA’S  FY 2019 AND 2021 BWC POLICY AND IMPLEMENTATION PROGRAM.  THE BWC DEPLOYMENT IS INTENDED TO ENHANCE OPERATIONS AND SAFETY, REPORTING, INVESTIGATIONS AND RESOLUTION OF PERSONNEL COMPLAINTS, DOCUMENTATION OF EVIDENCE FOR CRIMINAL PROSECUTION, AND RISK MANAGEMENT.  ALONG WITH THE IMPLEMENTATION IS A COMPREHENSIVE SET OF POLICIES AND PROCEDURES FOR THE USE, TRAINING, DEPLOYMENT, STORAGE, AND REVIEW OF BWC AND ITS FOOTAGES.  BECAUSE THE USE OF BWCS HAVE BECOME AN INTEGRAL PART OF POLICING, DE-BRIEFING, AND AFFECTS VIRTUALLY ALL INTERACTIONS, INVESTIGATIONS, COMMUNITY RELATIONS, AND TACTICAL AND POLICY REVIEW, THE LAPD SEEKS TO INTEGRATE AND USE BWC FOOTAGE INTO VARIOUS TRAINING PROGRAMS.  USING RELEVANT VIDEOS WOULD PRESENT INVALUABLE INSIGHTS AND LEARNING POINTS, IMPROVING OFFICER PERFORMANCE AND ADVANCING CONSTITUTIONAL POLICING. UNDER THE CATEGORY 5 OF THE 2022 BODY-WORN CAMERA POLICY AND IMPLEMENTATION PROGRAM TO SUPPORT LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES (O-BJA-2022-171093), THE LAPD PROPOSES TO IMPLEMENT THE LAPD: USING BWC FOOTAGE FOR TRAINING AND CONSTITUTIONAL POLICING PROGRAM.  THE LAPD WILL UTILIZE GRANT FUNDS TO ACHIEVE A DUAL GOAL TO (1) ENHANCE AND EXPAND THE LAPD’S TRAINING CURRICULUM IN THE LAPD ACADEMY AND IN-SERVICE TRAINING PROGRAMS TO INTEGRATE BWC FOOTAGE TO EXEMPLIFY THE BEST PRACTICES IN LAW ENFORCEMENT; AND (2) IDENTIFY THE BEST PRACTICES FROM THIS PROPOSED TRAINING ENHANCEMENT IN ORDER TO REPLICATE IT AS A NATIONWIDE STANDARD IN LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING.    THE PROPOSED PROGRAM WILL BE IMPLEMENTED IN THREE PHASES: DEVELOPMENT, IMPLEMENTATION, AND ASSESSMENT.  THERE WILL BE TWO PROJECT MANAGERS WITHIN LAPD’S TRAINING DIVISION TO COORDINATE ALL DAY-TO-DAY GRANT ACTIVITIES.  GRANT FUNDS WILL BE USED TO PROVIDE THE LAPD TRAINING DIVISION THE CAPACITY AND CAPABILITY, BY ENHANCING ITS TECHNOLOGICAL AND PERSONNEL CAPABILITIES, TO INTEGRATE BWC FOOTAGE IN ACADEMY AND IN-SERVICE TRAINING MODULES. THE LAPD WILL WORK COLLABORATIVELY WITH THE ASSIGNED TTA DURING THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE PROGRAM AS WELL AS IN THE FORMATION OF AN ASSESSMENT COMMITTEE TO DOCUMENT BEST PRACTICES AND LESSONS LEARNED AND ATTEND CONFERENCES TO SHARE THE FINAL EVALUATION.
10/1/2022 9/30/2025 Prime $1,000,000.00
Los Angeles, California CITY OF LOS ANGELES
WITH THE CONTINUOUS INCREASE OF FOOTAGE COLLECTED FROM BODY WORN CAMERAS (BWC) AND DIGITAL IN-CAR VIDEO (DICV) SYSTEMS, THE NEED FOR A DIGITAL EVIDENCE MANAGEMENT (DEM) STRATEGY THAT CAN KEEP PACE WITH THIS GROWING AMOUNT OF DATA IS PARAMOUNT.  WHILE THE DEM APPLICATION CURRENTLY USED IS AN EXCELLENT TOOL THAT HAS SERVED THE LOS ANGELES POLICE DEPARTMENT (LAPD) WELL, WHAT IS URGENTLY NEEDED IS A STRATEGY THAT MAKES THE BEST USE OF THIS APPLICATION TO EFFICIENTLY FACILITATE THE CONTINUED SHARING OF EVIDENCE WITH OUR PARTNERS FROM THE LOS ANGELES CITY ATTORNEY’S OFFICE AND THE LOS ANGELES DISTRICT ATTORNEY’S OFFICE WHILE REDUCING THE AMOUNT OF STORED EVIDENCE THAT IS NO LONGER REQUIRED BY OUR RETENTION POLICY.  THIS PROPOSAL REQUESTS FUNDING THROUGH CATEGORY 3: DIGITAL EVIDENCE MANAGEMENT AND INTEGRATION DEMONSTRATION PROJECTS OF THE BWC POLICY AND IMPLEMENTATION PROGRAM SOLICITATION (O-BJA-2022-00079-PROD). THE PROJECT HAS TWO GOALS: GOAL 1. ESTABLISH A COMPREHENSIVE DIGITAL EVIDENCE MEDIA SYSTEM THAT INCORPORATES BOTH BWC AND DICV FOOTAGE FOR USE BY LAW ENFORCEMENT PERSONNEL AND PROSECUTORIAL AGENCIES.   GOAL 2. IMPLEMENT OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES AND TRACKING MECHANISMS THAT ADDRESS DIGITAL EVIDENCE MEDIA WITH REGARDS TO RETENTION AND DELETION.   THE PROPOSAL PLANS TO  IDENTIFY METHODS WHICH INCREASE SHARING AND CASE FILING EFFICIENCY WITH PARTNER AGENCIES THROUGH DATA MIGRATION INTO A SINGLE DATA REPOSITORY, PLOTTING ANNUAL DEPARTMENT DIGITAL EVIDENCE DATA GROWTH TO DETERMINE HOW BEST TO MINIMIZE STORAGE COST AND MAXIMIZE STORAGE SPACE BY IMPLEMENTING REASONABLE AND LEGAL RETENTION LIMITS FOR DIGITAL EVIDENCE AND DELETING EVIDENCE NO LONGER NEEDED, IDENTIFYING ACTIVE CASES (INVESTIGATIONS, CLAIMS, LAWSUITS, ETC.) INVOLVING DIGITAL EVIDENCE THAT MUST BE RETAINED BEYOND STANDARD RETENTION PERIOD, AND ASSESSING AND MODIFYING DEPARTMENT POLICY FOR DIGITAL EVIDENCE MANAGEMENT AS NEEDED TO REFLECT ANY CHANGES IN CURRENT PROCEDURES.    THE LAPD’S TACTICAL TECHNOLOGY SECTION HAS WORKED CLOSELY WITH BUREAU OF JUSTICE ASSISTANCE’S (BJA) BWC TRAINING AND TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE PROVIDERS (CNA, ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY, AND JUSTICE & SECURITY STRATEGIES, INC.) AND LAPD IS A PILOT SITE FOR ITS MULTI-AGENCY STUDY OF DEM.   THE DEPARTMENT WILL PROVIDE BJA WITH PERFORMANCE MEASURES THAT INCLUDE THE NUMBER OF POLICIES AND PROCEDURES DEVELOPED, NUMBER OF VIDEOS ACCESSED BY DEPARTMENT PERSONNEL, NUMBER OF VIDEOS PROVIDED TO PROSECUTORIAL AGENCIES.  QUARTERLY AND SEMI-ANNUAL REPORTS, MONTHLY CALLS, AND PARTICIPATION IN WEBINARS, CONFERENCES, AND WORKSHOPS ARE PART OF THE DELIVERABLES THAT WILL BE PRODUCED.
10/1/2022 9/30/2025 Prime $1,000,000.00
Los Angeles, California CITY OF LOS ANGELES
THIS APPLICATION INVOLVES THE PROPOSED PURCHASE OF 400 BODY-WORN CAMERAS (BWCS) FOR USE BY THE CITY OF LOS ANGELES/LOS ANGELES WORLD AIRPORT POLICE DIVISION (APD). THIS IS INTENDED TO BE PART OF A CITY-WIDE IMPLEMENTATION OF BWCS, AND THE 400 PURCHASED BWCS WILL BE USED BY APD’S APPROXIMATELY 400 UNIFORMED OFFICERS WITH CITIZEN INTERACTION RESPONSIBILITIES TO ENHANCE THEIR ABILITY TO ACCURATELY CAPTURE PUBLIC ENCOUNTERS, ENHANCING SAFETY FOR BOTH THE OFFICERS AND MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC. APD IS THE ONLY REMAINING LAW ENFORCEMENT BRANCH OF THE CITY OF LOS ANGELES THAT DOES NOT CURRENTLY HAVE BWCS. THE AGENCY HAS JURISDICTION OVER LOS ANGELES INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (LAX) AS WELL AS SURROUNDING COMMERCIAL, INDUSTRIAL, AND RESIDENTIAL AREAS. AS LAX ITSELF IS ONE OF THE TOP TERRORISM TARGETS ON THE UNITED STATES WEST COAST, IT IS CRITICALLY IMPORTANT THAT LAW ENFORCEMENT HAVE ACCESS TO AS MANY TOOLS AS POSSIBLE THAT CAN ASSIST WITH DOCUMENTING CITIZEN ENCOUNTERS. ADDITIONALLY, THE USE OF BWCS WILL ENABLE LOCAL COURTS TO MORE EFFICIENTLY AND EFFECTIVELY PROSECUTE CRIMINAL ACTIVITY, AS THE PRESENCE OF VIDEO EVIDENCE IS OFTEN A PREREQUISITE TO SUCCESSFUL PROSECUTION IN LOS ANGELES. ACTIVITIES ASSOCIATED WITH THE PROJECT INCLUDE THE PURCHASE AND IMPLEMENTATION OF 400 BWCS INCLUDING THE CAMERA EQUIPMENT ITSELF, POWER CORDS/DOCKING STATIONS, WARRANTIES, TECHNOLOGY REFRESHERS AT YEARS TWO AND FIVE OF THE CAMERAS LIFECYCLES, LICENSES FOR THE CLOUD-BASED CAMERA MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (WHICH INCLUDES STORAGE), AND MANUFACTURER-PROVIDED TRAINING. ONCE INITIAL OPERATIONAL TRAINING HAS BEEN DONE WITH A GROUP OF SPECIALIZED TRAINING OFFICERS, THEY WILL THEN INTEGRATE AGENCY RULES WITH THE OPERATIONAL TRAINING TO DEVELOP AN AGENCY-SPECIFIC TRAINING PROGRAM THAT WILL BE USED TO TRAIN THE REMAINDER OF THE OFFICERS IN USING THE BWCS. THREE MEASURES OF SUCCESSFUL PERFORMANCE WILL BE TRACKED AS PART OF THIS PROJECT. FIRST, A PROPORTION OF CAPTURED VIDEO WILL BE REVIEWED IN ORDER TO PROACTIVELY IDENTIFY POTENTIAL TRAINING ISSUES BEFORE THEY RESULT IN NEGATIVE OUTCOMES IN THE FIELD. SECONDLY, THE CURRENT PROCESS OF RESPONDING TO CITIZEN COMPLAINTS IS INEFFICIENT DUE TO THE LACK OF ABILITY TO EFFECTIVELY REVIEW PRIOR OFFICER BEHAVIOR. THE IMPLEMENTATION OF BWCS WILL STREAMLINE THIS PROCESS BY PROVIDING VIDEO THAT CAN BE USED IN INTERNAL INVESTIGATIONS AS REQUIRED. FINALLY, A REDUCTION OF THE RATE OF INCIDENTS OF USE OF FORCE HAS BEEN OBSERVED BY MANY DEPARTMENTS THAT HAVE IMPLEMENTED BWCS, AND IS EXPECTED TO BE USED AS A PERFORMANCE MEASURE FOR APD.
10/1/2022 9/30/2025 Prime $800,000.00
Detroit, Michigan DETROIT, CITY OF
THE DETROIT POLICE DEPARTMENT (DPD) IS REQUESTING FUNDING TO SUPPORT THE UPGRADE AND EXPANSION OF ITS EXISTING BODY WORN CAMERA (BWC) PROGRAM. BWCS HAVE BECOME INDISPENSABLE TO DPD’S MEMBERS IN DOCUMENTING CONTACTS, CONVERSATIONS, CRITICAL INCIDENTS AND EMERGENCIES.  THEY HAVE ENABLED DPD TO MAKE A CLEAR STATEMENT THAT THE ACTIONS OF DPD’S MEMBERS ARE A MATTER OF PUBLIC RECORD AND IMPROVED THE QUALITY OF ITS SERVICE. DPD EXPECTS TO LEASE 2,500 BWCS, MAKING ONE BWC AVAILABLE FOR EVERY SWORN OFFICER. DPD HAS DEVELOPED A PHASED IMPLEMENTATION PLAN FOR THE ROLL OUT AND MANAGEMENT OF ITS PROGRAM.
10/1/2022 9/30/2025 Prime $1,983,281.00
Fairfax County, Virginia COUNTY OF FAIRFAX, VIRGINIA
THE FAIRFAX COUNTY POLICE DEPARTMENT IS COMPRISED OF 1493 SWORN OFFICERS SERVING A POPULATION OF APPROXIMATELY 1.2 MILLION RESIDENTS. THE DEPARTMENT REGULARLY GENERATES VAST AND INCREASING AMOUNTS OF DIGITAL EVIDENCE FROM BOTH INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL SOURCES THAT ARE USED BY LOCAL AND FEDERAL COURTS IN THE PROSECUTION OF CRIMES. A PROGRAM FOR THE REGULAR SHARING OF THE BODY-WORN CAMERA AND IN-CAR VIDEO EVIDENCE TO THE FAIRFAX COUNTY OFFICE OF THE COMMONWEALTH’S ATTORNEY IS ALREADY IN PLACE. THE DEPARTMENT HAS ALSO RECENTLY IMPROVED THE EFFICIENCY OF PROVIDING DIGITAL EVIDENCE FROM OTHER SOURCES, SUCH AS HELICOPTER AND SECURITY CAMERA VIDEO. WORKLOAD AND TECHNICAL CHALLENGES REMAIN IN THE NEED TO CONSOLIDATE DIVERSE TYPES OF DIGITAL EVIDENCE, RELATE THEM TO A PARTICULAR INVESTIGATION, AND THEN SHARE THEM WITH A PROSECUTOR. THE DEPARTMENT’S EXPERIENCE HAS BEEN THAT CERTAIN TECHNOLOGY TOOLS AND SYSTEM INTEGRATIONS CAN BE USED TO AUTOMATE SOME OF THESE PROCESSES TO REDUCE WORKLOAD. HOWEVER, DEDICATED STAFF IS STILL NEEDED TO FULFILL THESE NEEDS WHERE TECHNOLOGY CANNOT. THE FIRST PROPOSAL FOR THIS GRANT IS TO HIRE THREE FULL-TIME CONTRACT EMPLOYEES DEDICATED TO THE MANAGEMENT OF THE DIGITAL EVIDENCE STORED BY THE DEPARTMENT, ENSURE CONSISTENCY ACROSS SYSTEMS IN RELATING EVIDENCE TO SPECIFIC CASES, AND PROVIDE SUPPORT TO BOTH THE DEPARTMENT AND OFFICE OF THE COMMONWEALTH’S ATTORNEY STAFF IN THE APPROPRIATE STORAGE, ACCESS, AND SHARING OF THIS EVIDENCE. SECOND, TO ENGAGE A CONSULTANT IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF SYSTEM INTEGRATION TOOLS THAT WOULD FURTHER ENHANCE THE AUTOMATED PROCESSES USED TO RELATE DIGITAL EVIDENCE TOGETHER AND PROVIDE QUICK ACCESS OF THE ORGANIZED EVIDENCE TO A PROSECUTOR. LASTLY, GRANT FUNDS WOULD BE USED TO PROCURE TOOLS NEEDED BY PROSECUTORS TO ACCESS AND REVIEW THE VARYING TYPES OF DIGITAL EVIDENCE MORE EASILY. THE DESIRED OUTCOME SHALL BE TO STREAMLINE THE PROCESS OF DIGITAL EVIDENCE HANDLING FROM COLLECTION OR CREATION THROUGH CASE DISPOSITION IN COURT. AN EXPECTED MEASURABLE METRIC OF THE SUCCESS OF THIS PROPOSAL WILL BE THE DECREASING DURATION BETWEEN WHEN AN INVESTIGATION IS COMPLETE OR AN ARREST IS MADE TO WHEN THE RELATED DIGITAL EVIDENCE HAS BEEN PROVIDED TO THE PROSECUTOR’S OFFICE. THE DEPARTMENT HOPES THAT, IN COOPERATION WITH THE BUREAU OF JUSTICE ASSISTANCE, THE PROCESSES AND PROCEDURES DEVELOPED THROUGH THIS PROJECT CAN BE USED TO ASSIST OTHER LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES AND PROSECUTORS’ OFFICES IN THEIR HANDLING OF DIGITAL EVIDENCE.
10/1/2022 9/30/2025 Prime $1,000,000.00
Seattle, Washington SEATTLE, CITY OF
THE SEATTLE POLICE DEPARTMENT (SPD) SEEKS SUPPORT UNDER CATEGORY 3 TO MIGRATE AND INTEGRATE APPROXIMATELY 20 TERABYTES OF DIGITAL EVIDENCE (APPROXIMATELY 2.1 MILLION DIGITAL FILES) AND ASSOCIATED METADATA FROM SPD’S DIGITAL EVIDENCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (DEMS) INTO ITS EXISTING BODY-WORN VIDEO CLOUD STORAGE PLATFORM.  SPD CURRENTLY MAINTAINS TWO DATABASES FOR DIGITAL EVIDENCE. THE DATA MIGRATION AND DIGITAL EVIDENCE CONSOLIDATION EFFORT WILL INCREASE ACCESSIBILITY TO SPD INVESTIGATORS AND THE DISTRIBUTION OF RECORDS TO BOTH THE SEATTLE CITY ATTORNEY’S OFFICE (SCAO) AND THE KING COUNTY PROSECUTING ATTORNEY’S OFFICE (KCPAO). ADDITIONALLY, THE SPD WILL CONDUCT A FEASIBILITY STUDY TO EXAMINE DIGITAL EVIDENCE DISCOVERY WORKFLOWS BETWEEN THE SPD AND KCPAO TO EXPLORE THE DEVELOPMENT OF A SECURE WEB APPLICATION TO SUPPORT REAL-TIME RECORDS REQUESTS. THESE EFFORTS AIM TO CREATE BUSINESS EFFICIENCIES BETWEEN LAW ENFORCEMENT AND PROSECUTION AGENCIES BY IMPROVING TRADITIONAL REQUEST WORKFLOWS, LEVERAGING EXISTING CLOUD TECHNOLOGY TO SHARE INFORMATION THROUGHOUT THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM, AND PROVIDING A MODEL FOR OTHER LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES TO FOLLOW.
10/1/2022 9/30/2025 Prime $999,998.00
New York, Locations PORT AUTHORITY OF NEW YORK & NEW JERSEY
THE PORT AUTHORITY OF NEW YORK AND NEW JERSEY (THE AGENCY) WAS ESTABLISHED APRIL 30, 1921 BETWEEN THE STATES OF NEW YORK AND NEW JERSEY WITH THE MISSION OF IMPROVING THE REGION’S ECONOMIC HEALTH. SINCE THAT TIME, THE AGENCY’S MANDATE HAS EVOLVED TO PROMOTE AND PROTECT THE COMMERCE OF THE BI-STATE REGION AS WELL AS TO UNDERTAKE IMPROVEMENTS TO REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION. AGENCY FACILITIES INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO, THE HOLLAND TUNNEL, LINCOLN TUNNEL, GEORGE WASHINGTON BRIDGE, JOHN F. KENNEDY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, NEWARK LIBERTY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, LAGUARDIA AIRPORT AS WELL AS THE PORT AUTHORITY TRANS-HUDSON (PATH) RAIL SYSTEM AND THE WORLD TRADE CENTER. THE AGENCY’S TOP PRIORITY IS TO ENSURE THE SAFETY OF AGENCY FACILITIES AND THE PEOPLE WHO MOVE THROUGH THEM.  THE MISSION OF THE PORT AUTHORITY POLICE DEPARTMENT (PAPD) IS TO BE A MODEL OF EXCELLENCE IN POLICING BY IMPLEMENTING SECURITY PLANS AND PROGRAMS TO PRESERVE LIFE AND PROPERTY, ENFORCE LAW AND ORDER, PROTECT INFRASTRUCTURE, MANAGE CRISIS EVENTS, AND HELP MAINTAIN SAFE TRANSPORTATION AND PORT COMMERCE FACILITIES.  THE AGENCY IS COMMITTED TO ACCOMPLISHING THIS BY EMPLOYING A COMPREHENSIVE TRANSPORTATION AND COUNTERTERRORISM POLICING STRATEGY, WHILE ENSURING THAT THE CORE TENETS OF PRIDE, SERVICE, AND DISTINCTION ARE ALWAYS UPHELD. TO ENHANCE THE PAPD’S COMMITMENT TO ITS MISSION, THE PAPD IS LOOKING TO IMPLEMENT A BODY-WORN CAMERA (BWC) PROGRAM THROUGHOUT ITS POLICE FORCE OF APPROXIMATELY 2,000 OFFICERS.  THE PAPD IS RESPONSIBLE FOR POLICING THE CRITICAL AGENCY INFRASTRUCTURE AND ARE HIGHLY VISIBLE THROUGHOUT THESE LOCATIONS TO THE TRAVELERS THAT ACCESS THESE FACILITIES. PAPD OFFICERS RESPOND TO OVER 87K CALLS FOR SERVICE EACH YEAR. PRIOR TO THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC THE AGENCY WAS EXPERIENCING RECORD LEVELS OF ACTIVITY: 133M VEHICLES UTILIZED THE AGENCY’S BRIDGES AND TUNNELS, THE PATH SYSTEM MOVED 82M PASSENGERS, AVIATION FACILITIES MOVED 140M PASSENGERS AND THE BUS TERMINALS LOGGED 1.8M BUS DEPARTURES. AGENCY AND PAPD LEADERSHIP BELIEVE THAT THE IMPLEMENTATION OF A BWC PROGRAM IS CRITICAL TO ENSURING THE PROTECTION OF BOTH PAPD OFFICERS AND THE TRAVELING PUBLIC. AS SUCH, THE AGENCY IS REQUESTING GRANT FUNDS FOR THE PURCHASE OF 2,000 BWC’S THAT CAN BE UTILIZED TO DIGITALLY CAPTURE INTERACTIONS BETWEEN POLICE AND CIVILIANS AS WELL AS REQUIRED LICENSES, STORAGE AND DOCKING SOLUTIONS. THIS ALLOWS FOR IMPROVED CAPABILITIES TO CAPTURE EVIDENCE, ENHANCE VISIBILITY, ACCOUNTABILITY AND TRANSPARENCY AND ENHANCE THE SAFETY OF BOTH PAPD OFFICERS AND THE MILLIONS THE UTILIZE AGENCY FACILITIES.
10/1/2022 9/30/2025 Prime $2,000,000.00
Anchorage, Alaska ANCHORAGE, MUNICIPALITY OF (INC)
FFY2021 BODY WORN CAMERA IMPLEMENTATION PROGRAM
12/1/2021 11/30/2024 Prime $890,000.00
Little Rock, Arkansas LITTLE ROCK, CITY OF
EXPANSION OF LITTLE ROCK'S BODY WORN CAMERA PROGRAM
12/1/2021 11/30/2024 Prime $496,375.00
Los Angeles, California CITY OF LOS ANGELES
BODY-WORN CAMERA IMPLEMENTATION PROGRAM IN LOS ANGELES
12/1/2021 11/30/2024 Prime $969,292.00
Long Beach, California LONG BEACH, CITY OF
LONG BEACH POLICE DEPARTMENT BODY WORN CAMERA PROGRAM ENHANCEMENT
12/1/2021 11/30/2024 Prime $368,000.00
Colorado Springs, Colorado COLORADO SPRINGS CITY GOVERNMENT
EXPANDING, ENHANCING AND IMPROVING THE BODY-WORN CAMERA PROGRAM IN THE COLORADO SPRINGS POLICE DEPARTMENT
12/1/2021 11/30/2024 Prime $451,571.00
Houston, Texas HOUSTON, CITY OF
BODY WORN CAMERA (BWC) ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM
12/1/2021 11/30/2024 Prime $1,500,001.00
Richmond, Virginia RICHMOND, CITY OF
THE RICHMOND POLICE DEPARTMENT IS SEEKING GRANT FUNDING TO SUPPORT THE EXPANSION OF THE RPD BODY WORN CAMERA (BWC) PROGRAM WHICH INCLUDES BWCS, DOCKING STATIONS, AND TASERS.
12/1/2021 11/30/2024 Prime $100,000.00
Arlington County, Virginia ARLINGTON, COUNTY OF
BODY-WORN CAMERA PROGRAM FOR ARLINGTON COUNTY
12/1/2021 11/30/2024 Prime $0.00
Charleston, West Virginia CHARLESTON, CITY OF
CPD BODY WORN CAMERA EXPANSION PROJECT
12/1/2021 11/30/2024 Prime $180,000.00
Milwaukee County, Wisconsin MILWAUKEE COUNTY, WISCONSIN
MILWAUKEE COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY INVESTIGATORS BODY-WORN CAMERA GRANT PROGRAM (BJA FY21)
12/1/2021 11/30/2024 Prime $48,000.00
Miami, Florida MIAMI, CITY OF
CITY OF MIAMI BODY-WORN CAMERA (BWC) EXPANSION PROJECT
10/1/2020 9/30/2023 Prime $392,281.00
Wilmington, Delaware EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR OF DELAWARE
WILMINGTON POLICE BWC POLICY AND IMPLEMENTATION PROJECT
10/1/2020 9/30/2023 Prime $630,000.00
Sarpy County, Nebraska SARPY, COUNTY OF
SARPY COUNTY SHERIFF''S OFFICE BODY-WORN CAMERA PROGRAM
10/1/2020 9/30/2021 Prime $84,000.00
Knoxville, Tennessee CITY OF KNOXVILLE
BODY WORN CAMERA POLICY PROGRAM - KNOXVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT
10/1/2020 9/30/2023 Prime $350,000.00
Dallas, Texas DALLAS, CITY OF
CITY OF DALLAS - BWC
10/1/2020 9/30/2023 Prime $499,820.00
Houston, Texas HOUSTON, CITY OF
BODY WORN CAMERA (BWC) ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM
10/1/2020 9/30/2023 Prime $2,000,000.00
La Crosse, Wisconsin LA CROSSE, CITY OF
LA CROSSE AREA MUNICIPAL/TRIBAL AGENCY BODY WORN CAMERA COLLABORATION
10/1/2020 9/30/2023 Prime $137,071.00
Dorchester County, Maryland DORCHESTER, COUNTY OF
THE PURPOSE OF THIS MICRO-GRANT PROGRAM IS TO FUND THE PURCHASE OR LEASE OF BODY-WORN CAMERAS (BWCS) THAT ARE IMPLEMENTED AS PART OF COMPREHENSIVE BWC PROGRAMS. LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES ACROSS THE COUNTRY AND WORLDWIDE ARE USING BODY-WORN CAMERAS AS A PROMISING TOOL TO IMPROVE LAW ENFORCEMENT INTERACTIONS WITH THE PUBLIC. FUNDING ESTABLISHES OR EXPANDS COMPREHENSIVE BWC PROGRAMS AND SPECIFIES PLANS TO IMPLEMENT THIS TECHNOLOGY IN A MANNER THAT MAXIMIZES THE BENEFITS OF BWCS.
10/1/2020 9/30/2023 Sub $86,000.00
Los Angeles, California CITY OF LOS ANGELES
FY 19 BODY WORN CAMERA PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2022 Prime $710,000.00
Aurora, Colorado AURORA, CITY OF
FY 19 BODY WORN CAMERA PROGRAM
10/1/2019 9/30/2022 Prime $852,580.00

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