Funding Opportunity ID: 323506
Opportunity Number: COPS-CHP-APPLICATION-2020
Opportunity Title: COPS-CHP-APPLICATION-2020
Opportunity Category: Discretionary
Opportunity Category Explanation:
Funding Instrument Type: Grant
Category of Funding Activity: Law, Justice and Legal Services
Category Explanation:
CFDA Number(s): 16.710
Eligible Applicants: Others (see text field entitled “Additional Information on Eligibility” for clarification)
Additional Information on Eligibility: All local, state, and tribal law enforcement agencies that have primary law enforcement authority are eligible to apply. An agency with primary law enforcement authority is defined as the first responder to calls for service for all types of criminal incidents within the jurisdiction served. Please note that CHP applicants must have a police department that is operational by the close of this application or receive services through a new or existing contract for law enforcement services.
Agency Code: USDOJ-COPS
Agency Name: Department of Justice
Community Oriented Policing Services
Posted Date: Jan 09, 2020
Close Date: Mar 11, 2020 The deadline for submitting applications in response to this grant announcement is 7:59 PM EDT on March 11, 2020, Applications submitted after this deadline will not be considered for funding.
Last Updated Date: Jan 07, 2020
Award Ceiling: $0
Award Floor: $0
Estimated Total Program Funding:
Expected Number of Awards:
Description: CHP provides funding directly to law enforcement agencies to hire and/or rehire career law enforcement officers in an effort to increase their community policing capacity and crime prevention efforts. 2019 CHP grants will cover up to 75 percent of the approved entry-level salary and fringe benefits of each newly-hired and/or rehired, full-time sworn career law enforcement officer over the three-year (36 months) grant period, with a minimum 25 percent local cash match requirement and a maximum federal share of $125,000 per officer position. CHP grant funding will be based on your agency’s current entry-level salary and fringe benefits for full-time sworn officers; any additional costs for higher than entry-level salaries and fringe benefits will be the responsibility of the grantee agency.In FY 2020, agencies may request the number of officer positions necessary to support their proposed community policing strategy. Please keep in mind that there is a minimum 25 percent local cash match and a 12-month retention requirement for each officer position funded. The COPS Office will fund as many positions as possible for successful applicants; however, the number of officer positions requested by an agency may be reduced based on the availability of funding and other programmatic considerations.Hire new officers, which includes filling existing officer vacancies that are no longer funded in your agency’s budget.Rehire officers who have already been laid off from any jurisdiction as a result of state, local, or Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) budget reductions. The rehired officers must be rehired on or after the official grant award start date as it appears on your agency’s award document. Documentation must be maintained showing the dates that the positions were laid off and rehired.Rehire officers who are (at the time of application) currently scheduled to be laid off by your jurisdiction on a specific future date as a result of state, local, or BIA budget reductions. Grantees will be required to continue funding the positions with local funding until the dates of the scheduled lay-offs. The dates of the scheduled lay-offs and the number of positions affected must be identified in the CHP application.CHP grants can be used to hire and or rehire School Resource Officers. Please note that the COPS Office requires that the officer(s) deployed into the SRO position(s) spend a minimum of 75 percent of their time in and around primary and/or secondary schools, working on youth-related activities. The time commitment of the funded officers must be above and beyond the amount of time that the agency devoted to the schools before receiving the grant. There must be an increase in the level of community policing activities performed in and around primary or secondary schools in the agency’s jurisdiction as a result of the grant.
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