|City of Independence|
|AGENDA ITEM COVER SHEET|
21-027 - 1R. An ordinance authorizing acceptance of the 2021 Midwest High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (HIDTA) Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for the Investigative Support Center Initiative, and related documents, with the Kansas Bureau of Investigation, for a grant award in the amount of $148,326.00; making the necessary appropriations; authorizing future change orders for additional funding and/or time extensions; and authorizing certain future appropriations.
The Police Department recommends approval of this ordinance.
The Police Department first received funding to participate in the Midwest High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (HIDTA) Investigative Support Center (ISC) with full funding for a Crime Analyst position in April 2012. The ISC provides event and target deconfliction services, multi-source name checks, investigative/tactical case support, toll analysis, charting, graphic work, post-seizure analysis and trend/predictive analysis. In 2019, the department received additional funding to fully fund a second Crime Analyst. Since that time, both Analysts continue to be housed at the HIDTA Investigative Support Center. The department is reimbursed 100% of the Analysts' salary, benefits, and training. The current contract will continue the department's involvement with the Midwest HIDTA Investigative Support Center (ISC), and provide reimbursement up to $148,326.00.
The fiscal impact to the City is $148,326.00. This revenue will be deposited in the 015 Grant Fund, Subledger ISC, and appropriated as follows:
4550-5100 Salaries $94,440
4550-5109 Benefits $50,886
4550-5203 Training $ 3,000
Total Award: $148,326
There is no local match or supplemental funding necessary.
|Department: Police||Contact Person: Chief Brad Halsey|
|City Managers Office||Approved|
|City Clerk Department||Approved|
|Council Action: ||Council Action: |