2018 JAG Grant
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, The Coral Springs Police Department is requesting public comment and input on the 2018 Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) program from the residents of the City of Coral Springs. The 2018 Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant is a formula grant based on each municipalities’ crime statistics. The grant funds are allocated by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement and can be utilized for law enforcement programs and activities.
The Coral Springs Police Department is eligible to receive $14,254.37 in grant funding through the Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) program from the Department of Justice. The Coral Springs Police Department will utilize these funds to purchase equipment to increase officer safety and efficiency of services provided by the department.
For any further questions, please contact Judy Kelley, 954-346-1378 or firstname.lastname@example.org
As we kick off the start of Police Week, a time dedicated to honoring the life of those who made the ultimate sacrifice. It is also an important time to appreciate the dedicated service of the men and women currently serving our communities in law enforcement. The police profession is often a thankless career, and while at times rewarding, it can also be very difficult. Please know, that your colleagues, community, and especially your family, appreciate you.
CSPD only agency to receive the Award with Excellence in
both Law Enforcement and Communications out of more than 100 agencies.
Coral Springs is proud to announce that once again the Coral Springs Police Department received Advance Meritorious Accreditation with Excellence for Law Enforcement and Accreditation with Excellence for Communications from the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc. (CALEA®). This was the ninth Accreditation Award for Law Enforcement and the fourth Accreditation Award for our Communications Division. CALEA® accreditation is a voluntary process that requires accredited agencies to submit annual reports showing compliance with the program’s standards. Agencies must stand for re-accreditation every four years, a process which includes an in-depth on-site assessment, community input and a formal hearing before a panel of commissioners.
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