Northglenn Police Receive $86,018 in Grant Funding

Grant funded programs benefit the community

(Northglenn, CO) In 2016, the Northglenn Police Department accepted $86,018 in grant funding. Grant funds are monies given based on an application process, and do not need to be paid back. In addition to supplementing the department’s annual operating budget, these funds allow the Northglenn Police Department purchase necessary equipment, and to participate in regional law enforcement programs and state of the art training, all designed to help assure the safety of the citizens.

According to Northglenn Police Chief Jim May, “we pursue grant funding because of the benefits they provide to the department and in turn, to the residents. Our primary goal is safety- to provide expert and highly trained law enforcement to our residents.”

Grants accepted are: $10,000.00 from the Colorado Department of Transportation Law Enforcement Assistance Fund (LEAF) for personnel services overtime and equipment for DUI enforcement; $21,000.00 from the Colorado Department of Transportation High Visibility Impaired Driving Enforcement (HVE) Program for personnel services overtime for holiday DUI enforcement; and $4,087.60 from the Peace Officer Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) for arrest control equipment, training ammunition, and firearms equipment; $6,725 from the Bureau of Justice Bulletproof Vest Partnership for reimbursement of costs for NIJ-compliant armored vests; $19,347 from the Colorado Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Program for tactical equipment; $11,217 from the United States Department of Justice Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Program – Local Solicitation for Cellebrite training and annual licensing fees; and a CDOT grant for ticket writers for $13,642.

(Northglenn, CO) In 2016, the Northglenn Police Department accepted $86,018 in grant funding. Grant funds are monies given based on an application process, and do not need to be paid back. In addition to supplementing the department’s annual operating budget, these funds allow the Northglenn Police Department purchase necessary equipment, and to participate in regional law enforcement programs and state of the art training, all designed to help assure the safety of the citizens.

According to Northglenn Police Chief Jim May, “we pursue grant funding because of the benefits they provide to the department and in turn, to the residents. Our primary goal is safety- to provide expert and highly trained law enforcement to our residents.”

Grants accepted are: $10,000.00 from the Colorado Department of Transportation Law Enforcement Assistance Fund (LEAF) for personnel services overtime and equipment for DUI enforcement; $21,000.00 from the Colorado Department of Transportation High Visibility Impaired Driving Enforcement (HVE) Program for personnel services overtime for holiday DUI enforcement; and $4,087.60 from the Peace Officer Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) for arrest control equipment, training ammunition, and firearms equipment; $6,725 from the Bureau of Justice Bulletproof Vest Partnership for reimbursement of costs for NIJ-compliant armored vests; $19,347 from the Colorado Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Program for tactical equipment; $11,217 from the United States Department of Justice Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Program – Local Solicitation for Cellebrite training and annual licensing fees; and a CDOT grant for ticket writers for $13,642.
(Northglenn, CO) In 2016, the Northglenn Police Department accepted $86,018 in grant funding. Grant funds are monies given based on an application process, and do not need to be paid back. In addition to supplementing the department’s annual operating budget, these funds allow the Northglenn Police Department purchase necessary equipment, and to participate in regional law enforcement programs and state of the art training, all designed to help assure the safety of the citizens.

According to Northglenn Police Chief Jim May, “we pursue grant funding because of the benefits they provide to the department and in turn, to the residents. Our primary goal is safety- to provide expert and highly trained law enforcement to our residents.”

Grants accepted are: $10,000.00 from the Colorado Department of Transportation Law Enforcement Assistance Fund (LEAF) for personnel services overtime and equipment for DUI enforcement; $21,000.00 from the Colorado Department of Transportation High Visibility Impaired Driving Enforcement (HVE) Program for personnel services overtime for holiday DUI enforcement; and $4,087.60 from the Peace Officer Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) for arrest control equipment, training ammunition, and firearms equipment; $6,725 from the Bureau of Justice Bulletproof Vest Partnership for reimbursement of costs for NIJ-compliant armored vests; $19,347 from the Colorado Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Program for tactical equipment; $11,217 from the United States Department of Justice Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Program – Local Solicitation for Cellebrite training and annual licensing fees; and a CDOT grant for ticket writers for $13,642.

City of Northglenn
11701 Community Center Drive
Northglenn, CO 80233
303-451-8326