The City of Chelsea Police Department is applying for the Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Formula Program: Local Solicitation 2020.
The application proposal is attached. Please reach out to Ledia Koco at email@example.com with any questions.
Any comments are welcome, and a meeting will be held via Zoom on August 13, 2019 at 6:00 PM with regards to this application.
Personnel $ 25,155
Fringe Benefits $ 367__
Travel $ 565__
Other $ __________
Total Direct Costs __$ 26,087
Applicant: City of Chelsea/Chelsea Police Department
Title of Project: Chelsea Police JAG Local 20
Goals: Specialized Gang, Drug and Anti-Crime Unit Initiatives to impact high crime areas as directed by crime analysis, community input and intelligence
Strategies: More officers on the street: Continued deployment of specialized gang, drug and anti-crime units as assigned to focus crime reduction initiatives. Engaged community input through direct officer public interaction, community meetings and computer technology available to the public via text-to–tips and hotlines and social media accounts. Work with Crime Analysis Unit to pinpoint trends and geographic locations around city where crime or disturbances are happening. Work with Community Services Division who will be on the street meeting with community partners on a daily basis.
Deliverables: High saturation of neighborhoods with increased police presence of officers and to provide covert operations at specified target locations throughout the city.
Coordination Plans: CPD will coordinate with the community directly, regional police departments, state police, federal agencies and community groups in a comprehensive effort to reduce crime.
Project Identifiers: Program area will be under Law Enforcement. Top five identifiers to be
centered on will be: Repeat Offenders, Gangs/Drugs, Community Policing, Firearms and Violence/Violent Crime.
Zoom Meeting Info.
JAG Grant Meeting