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Public Notice

Edward Byrne Memorial,

2022 Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Program

The City of Tulsa, as the selected fiscal agent, intends to submit an application for the Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Program in the amount of $400,486.

 

The disparate jurisdictions of the City of Tulsa and Tulsa County will use their JAG funds to support the Tulsa County Sheriff's Office and the Tulsa Police Department with personnel and equipment enhancements.  The Tulsa Police Department will be using the funds for a MVD Violent Crime/Traffic Safety Initiative, an Evidence and Property Room Security Camera System Upgrade, GID Downtown Crime Reduction and Prevention, a NIBRS Project, a Police Interview Rooms Technology Upgrade, Flock Safety Cameras, Ballistic Shields for Patrol Officers, RID Directed Patrol, an Open-Source Intelligence Tool, Special Response Team Safety Clothing and Police Recruitment Software.  The Tulsa County Sherriff's Office will use the funds to purchase a smartboard, printer, camera, and security equipment.  These projects will increase officer safety and allow the officers to serve the public more efficiently.

 

To comply with grant requirements, the Tulsa Police Department is posting notification of the application for a

period of 30 days.  A copy of the grant application will be available at the City of Tulsa-City Clerk's Office

(175 E. 2nd Street).

All comments should be directed in writing to the attention of Sergeant Art Surratt, Tulsa Police Department 600 Civic Center, Tulsa OK 74103 or e-mail to asurratt@cityoftulsa.org.

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