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2010 CHRP Grantee Award Package
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2009 Grantee Award Package

Recipients of COPS grants receive by mail an official congratulatory letter, an Award Document, a Financial Clearance Memo, and instructions on accepting their awards. Additional information about accepting and managing COPS grants and program-specific instructions and resources are included in this on-line award package.

FY2010 General Funding FAQs

Please select the program for which you were awarded a grant:


2010 COPS Hiring Program (CHP)

The COPS Office is pleased to announce the award of 238 FY 2011 COPS Hiring Program (CHP) grants for approximately $240 million. CHP grants are designed to advance public safety through community policing by addressing the full-time sworn officer needs of state, local, and tribal law enforcement agencies nationwide. CHP provides funds directly to law enforcement agencies to hire new and/or rehire career law enforcement officers, and to increase their community policing capacity and crime prevention efforts.

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2010 Tribal Methamphetamine Initiative

Approximately $4 million was available in FY 2010 to provide funding to tribal law enforcement agencies to support their participation in the development of comprehensive strategies to combat methamphetamine production, use, and trafficking in tribal communities. This program will fund tribes for up to $200,000 to develop or support enhanced tribal-level coordination, and establish and implement tribe-specific action plans to address the health and safety issues of methamphetamine in Indian Country.

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2010 Secure Our Schools (SOS)

COPS Secure Our Schools (SOS) grants provide funding to state, local, or tribal governments to assist with the purchase and development of school safety resources based upon a comprehensive approach to preventing school violence and individualized to the needs of the schools. This funding will allow recipients the opportunity to establish and enhance a variety of school safety equipment and/or programs to encourage the continuation and enhancement of school safety efforts meant to prevent school violence within their communities. The COPS Office is optimistic that this grant program will help place agencies at the forefront of innovative school safety developments.

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2010 Child Sexual Predator Program (CSPP)

The COPS Office is pleased to announce the award of 20 FY 2011 COPS Child Sexual Predator Program (CSPP) grants for approximately $9.3 million. CSPP grants provide funding directly to law enforcement agencies to reduce child endangerment. This funding allows recipients the opportunity to establish and/or enhance strategies to locate, arrest, and prosecute child sexual predators and exploiters and to enforce state sex offender registration laws. CSPP aims to support community policing initiatives throughout the United States by promoting partnerships between law enforcement and other community partners to collectively reduce and prevent child endangerment by sexual predators.

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2010 Safe Schools Initiative

Please Note: Only agencies specified in the Consolidated Appropriations Act 2010 (P.L. 111-117) were eligible to submit an application.

The COPS Safe Schools Initiative Program received $2,560,000 for agencies designated as specified in the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2010 (P.L.111-117). COPS Safe Schools Initiative grants provide funding to state and local agencies to assist in delinquency prevention, community planning and development, school safety resources, and technology development. This funding will allow recipients the opportunity to establish and enhance a variety of school and community safety equipment and/or programs to encourage the continuation and enhancement of child welfare efforts within their communities. The COPS Office is optimistic that this grant program will help place agencies at the forefront of innovative community and school safety developments.

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2010 Technology Program

Please Note: Only agencies specified in the Consolidated Appropriations Act 2010 (P.L. 111-117) were eligible to submit an application.

A targeted program that provides direct funding for the continued development of technologies and automated systems to assist in investigating, responding to, and preventing crime.

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2010 Methamphetamine Initiative

Please Note: Only agencies specified in the Consolidated Appropriations Act 2010 (P.L. 111-117) were eligible to submit an application.

A targeted funding initiative that provides direct funding to establish and enhance a variety of problem-solving strategies that will encourage community policing efforts that combat the use and distribution of methamphetamine.

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