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Montgomery County Maryland
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Public Safety: Safe Streets and Secure Neighborhoods
  Percent of Public Safety
funds allocated to:
blue Prevent and control crime
red Mobile Video Evidence System 
red DNA Backlog Reduction 
Serve Warrants for Violent Crimes
Family Justice Center (FJC) Protective Order Enforcement Project 
orange Crime Analysis
Crime Analyst

 

Provision of services to victims of crime

Prevention of Violence Against Women (1%)

Bilingual victim assistance (1%)
Byrne Justice Recovery Act Grant (BJRA) Program,
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Use of Funds Amount Program Goal
Prevent and control crime $1,029,000 Crime prevention
Mobile Video Evidence System  $400,000  Improve criminal prosecution through documenting video evidence 
DNA Backlog Reduction  $275,000  Reduce backlog of forensic cases using DNA 
Serve Warrants for Violent Crimes $135,000 Close the backlog of un-served warrants
Family Justice Center (FJC) Protective Order Enforcement Project  $87,000  Coordinate with victims and law enforcement to ensure that protection orders are enforced 
Crime Analysis $53,000 Crime prevention and analysis
Crime Analyst $53,000  TBD 
Provision of services to victims of crime $38,000 TBD 
Prevention of Violence Against Women $22,000 Assist victims with legal options and relief; Connect victims of crime with needed services
Bilingual victim assistance  $22,000  TBD 
Byrne Justice Recovery Act Grant (BJRA) Program, $145,000

To expand services to assist crime victims in navigating the criminal justice system
Provide counseling services

DOJ/Byrne Justice Recovery Act $28,000 TBD

Details on Recovery and Reinvestment Funding for Priority Objectives:
Accountability | Economic Development | Housing | Transportation
Education | Healthy Communities | Public Safety | Vital Living for All
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Last edited: 8/28/2012