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ARRA - Department of Justice Grants

Recovery Act Assistance to Rural Law Enforcement to Combat Crime and Drugs Facilitating Rural Justice Information Sharing

Total Grant Request: $1,095,900
ARRA Program: Rural LE ARRA (16.810)
Status of Grant: Denied (10/13/09)
Project Summary/Goals:
In conjunction with Wildlife & Freshwater Fisheries and State Parks, the Marine Police Division filed a joint departmental Assistance to Rural Law Enforcement Grant for $1,095,900. The grant would provide 200 laptop computers and ancillary equipment to DCNR, of which 10% ($109,590), would go to the Marine Police Division, 15% ($164,385) would go to State Parks, and 75% ($821,925) would go to Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries.

2009 Assistance to Rural Law Enforcement Grant Narrative
July 2009 Assistance to Rural Law Enforcement Grant Report
August 2009 Assistance to Rural Law Enforcement Grant Report
September 2009 Assistance to Rural Law Enforcement Grant Report
October 2009 Assistance to Rural Law Enforcement Grant Report

 

Marine Police COPS Hiring Recovery Program Grant
Restoring Conservation Officers to Rural Alabama Communities

Total Grant Request: $554,631
ARRA Program: Public Safety Partnership and Community Policing Grants (16.710)
Status of Grant: Denied (7/28/09 - not funded for 2009, pending for 2010)
Project Summary/Goals:
Additional officers in empty posts will allow officers to prioritize their calls in their own community without having to expand out to cover other counties. Our officers are remarkably autonomous and despecialized which allows them to form partnerships within their respective communities and then take a team approach to collaborative problem solving. Closer contact with specific communities will allow officers to use proactive and systematic examination of identified problems by using the Scanning-Analysis-Response-Assessment paradigm. Stake-holders are more readily identified and involved with choosing patrol tactics, special enforcement actions, and addressing the problems at their root through public education.

2009 Marine Police COPS Grant Narrative
July 2009 Marine Police COPS Grant Report
August 2009 Marine Police COPS Grant Report

Marine Resources COPS Hiring Recovery Program Grant

Total Grant Request: $184,877
ARRA Program: Public Safety Partnership and Community Policing Grants (16.710)
Status of Grant: Denied (7/28/09 -  not funded for 2009 pending for 2010)
Project Summary/Goals:
To increase Community Oriented Policing Efforts by adding one additional Conservation Enforcement Officer to the Marine Resources Division (MRD). MRD will increase the number of public outreach events to include four meetings held regionally in the State in conjunction with the Marine Police Divisions and the Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries Division. We will implement a reporting and tracking system to capture the number of outreach hours and events conducted annually. After the establishment of a baseline we will increase the number of boat shows, community fishing events, fishing club meetings and commercial fishing association meetings we attend. We will publish our arrest information quarterly on outdooralabama.com.

2009 Marine Resources COPS Grant Narrative
July 2009 Marine Resources COPS Grant Report
August 2009 Marine Resources COPS Grant Report

 

 


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