Clovis at a glance
Population by race and Hispanic origin
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Full-time law enforcement staff, Clovis Police Department
- 101 Officers
- 63 Civilian staff
Full-time law enforcement officers per 1,000 residents
- .84 Clovis
- 1.6 National average, cities with 100,000 to 249,999 population
- 2.2 National average
These figures reflect the Clovis Police Department only, and do not include state or other police agencies that may be present in this location.
Federal grant funding for Clovis
Data was last updated November 20, 2022
We identified over $1.6M in federal grant funding, FY 2013-2023
Grant funding over time
Grant funding by federal department
|Amount||Start and end dates||Recipient and description||Awarding agency||CFDA program||Type|
|CLOVIS POLICE DEPARTMENT THE EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM ALLOWS UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING TRIBES, TO SUPPORT A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CRIME BASED ON THEIR OWN STATE AND LOCAL NEEDS AND CONDITIONS. GRANT FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR STATE AND LOCAL INITIATIVES, …||Department of Justice Office of Justice Programs||16.738 Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant Program||Prime|
|CLOVIS POLICE DEPARTMENT PUBLIC SAFETY ASSISTANCE FUNDING - BJA LOCAL GRANT ASSISTANCE||Department of Justice Office of Justice Programs||16.738 Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant Program||Prime|
|CLOVIS POLICE DEPARTMENT FY 20 LOCAL JAG PROGRAM||Department of Justice Office of Justice Programs||16.738 Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant Program||Prime|
|CLOVIS POLICE DEPARTMENT FY 19 LOCAL JAG PROGRAM||Department of Justice Office of Justice Programs||16.738 Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant Program||Prime|
Military equipment transfers
Data last updated January 10, 2023
$659.4K value of military equipment has been transferred to the Clovis Police Department
The highest-value stock number reported is MINE RESISTANT VEHICLE with 1 item valued at $658,000.00 each
Recent equipment transfers
|Ship date||Item and National Stock Number (NSN)||Quantity||Acquisition value, each||Acquisition value, total||DEMIL code||DEMIL IC|
|9/20/2013||MINE RESISTANT VEHICLE
|1||1 @ $658,000.00||$658,000.00||C||1|
|3||3 @ $138.00||$414.00||D||1|
|2||2 @ $499.00||$998.00||D||1|
Local police misconduct data, consent decrees, and settlements
Data last updated January 26, 2022
We identified 1 publicly reported settlement that resulted in $720,000.00 in monetary compensation to victims.
In March 2020, Bryon Espinosa filed a lawsuit against the City of Clovis alleging that city police officers violated his civil rights by assaulting him and using excessive force during a house search. In December 2021, city officials agreed to pay Espinosa $720,000 to settle the case.
In December 2021, city officials agreed to pay Espinosa $720,000 to settle the case.
In January 2019, during a home investigation, officer Timothy Dronek took Espinosa to the ground while handcuffed, causing Espinosa to dislocate his right hip and suffer fractures in parts of his leg. In December 2021, the City of Clovis agreed to settle the case for $720,000.