Activities and expenditures through March 31, 2010

Award Number:

2009-SB-B9-0410

Funding Agency:

Department of Justice

Program Source:

Government Accountability Office-Salaries and Expenses, ARRA

Amount of Award:

$436,143.00

Award Date:

07/10/2009

Award Description:

Evansville Community Police Partnership Program. Funds will provide necessary equipment for six new officers. The funding will also be used to purchase equipment to be used in a firing range that will be used by multiple agencies in Southwestern Indiana.
Sub-Awards to Individuals:

Total Number:

0

Total Amount:

$0.00

Payments to Vendors (less than $25,000 per award):

Total Number:

9

Total Amount:

$167,283.94
Sub-awards (less than $25,000 per award):

Total Number:

0

Total Amount:

$0.00

Project Status:

Completed 50% or more

Total Federal Amount of ARRA Funds Received/Invoiced:

$254,535.90

Total Federal Amount of ARRA Expenditure:

$253,729.34

Number of Jobs Created:

0.00

Description of Jobs Created:

N/A 

Quarterly Activities/Project Description (9/31/09):

The funding from this grant serves to equip 6 new officers and to assist in the funding of a firing range serving multiple agencies in Southwestern Indiana. Funding is not yet in place to initiate these projects.  Currently in the planning stages of the firing range.

Quarterly Activities/Project Description (12/31/09):

The Evansville Police Department is in the planning stages to purchase the bullet trap for the firing range.  We are currently studying several sites on which to placeplace the new firing range. After ecological studies and zoning requirements are met the department will make a decision on where this can be located. We have started purchasing items for the new officers and have submitted purchase orders to the vendors.  We have ordered, vehicles, vehicle equipment, radio equipment, and a porition of the items to be issued to new hires.  We have obligated $243,391.96 of this funding,  $48,124 has been paid to the sub-recipient for the cost of in car video equipment, which has already been purchased and is in use by the Vanderburgh County Sheriff Office. The remaining balance is obligated on purchase orders waiting on delivery.

Quarterly Activities/Project Description (03/31/10):

The Evansville Police Department is in the planning stages to purchase the bullet trap for the firing range.  We are currently studying several sites on which to place the new firing range. After ecological studies and zoning requirements are met the department will make a decision on where this can be located..  We have obligated a total of  $253,729.34 of this funding, We have received and paid  to various vendors for the purchase of vehicles, vehicle equipment, radio equipment and a portion of the equipment that will outfit six police officers, that were hired on March 29, 2010,  the amount paid to date is $167,283.94. We have paid $48,124.00 to the sub-recipient for the cost of in car video equipment, which has already been purchased and is in use by the Vanderburgh County Sheriff Office. The remaining balance of $38,321.40 is obligated for equipment that has been ordered but not received. There is a balance of $806.56 in funding that we have drawn down  that is awaiting paperwork to order the items. We have completed approximatley 58% of the project at this time.

Sub-Award 0410-01:

Vanderburgh County Sheriff's Department

Amount of Sub-Award:

$48,124.00

Total Sub-Award  Funds Disbursed:

$48,124.00

Sub-Award Date:

03/01/2009

For more information about the City of Evansville's efforts and expenditures related to the Edward Byrne Justice Assistance Grant Program through the Recovery Act, please contact:

Sgt. William Woods
Evansville Police Department
15 N.W. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd.
Evansville, IN  47708
(812) 436-4949

For more information on the Byrne JAG program in general, please visit the U.S. Department of Justice Website.

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