ARRA JAG Grant Allocations

As of 10/01/2010

Agency

Project Title

Total Grant Award

     
Boulder City Police Dept. License Plate Readers $8,618.00
Carson City District Attorney Latino Outreach $19,510.00
Carson City Sheriff's Office Regional Gang Initiative $350,000.00
Churchill County Prosecutors Court Services $100,000.00
Clark County Justice Info Sharing System $2,000,000.00
Dept of Public Safety - Investigations Narcotics Enforcement $1,146,213.00
Dept of Public Safety- Office of Criminal Justice ARRA Grant Administration $1,380,102.00
Dept of Public Safety - Parole & Probation Substance Abuse Counselors $430,895.00
Dept of Public Safety - Records & Technology Statewide RMS, CAD, and Jail $6,263,038.00
Dept of Public Safety - Records & Technology Infrastructure Upgrade $52,500.00
Elko Police Dept. Mobile Computers $100,000.00
Fallon Police Dept. Records Management System $40,000.00
First Judicial Dist. Court Dependency Court $30,000.00
JAG Grants Under 10K As directed by Office of Justice Program, BJA $11,907.00
Lincoln Co. Sheriff's Office Rural Drug Interdiction $127,000.00
Lincoln Co. Sheriff's Office Computer purchase $1,500.00
Lovelock PD Computer Update $5,265.00
Mineral County Sheriff's Narcotics Team $4,788.00
Nevada Sheriff's & Chief's GangNet Intel for Rural Law Enforcement $35,000.00
Peace Officer Safety Training Nevada Lexipol - Statewide $1,415,000.00
Reno Police Dept. Stalking and Investigations $37,000.00
Reno Police Dept. Victim Services $40,000.00
Reno Police Dept. Identify Forged ID $38,485.00
Washoe Co. Sheriff's Office RAVEN $39,202.00
Washoe Co. Sheriff's Office DDACTS $90,000.00
Washoe County District Attorney Investigations $10,000.00
Washoe County Medical Examiner & Coroner Cross linking NV John & Jane Doe Cases $25,000.00
     
 

Total Awarded

$13,801,023.00

Rural Law Enforcement Grant as of 10/01/2010

This grant was applied for by the Department of Public Safety (DPS) - Records and Technology Division in order to support law enforcement agencies within Nevada and their endeavor of submitting and extracting data through the FBI's National Data Exchange (N-DEx). The project which was awarded $750,000 by the Bureau of Justice Assistance is awaiting the completion of the DPS Records Management System which the N-DEx program will interface with to gather and submit vital information. Once the agency is able to tie into the Department's RMS system, nine law enforcement agencies will be interfaced as well, sharing information on incident reports, drug trafficking, firearms charges, etc. with other regions and states.