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Law Enforcement Partnership for Success (LE-PFS) Grant

  • Grant Application Period is CLOSED
  • Application Release Date: May 4, 2021
  • Due Date for Applications: June 1, 2021 – 5:00 PM (MST)
PURPOSE

The purpose of this grant is to prevent underage drinking, marijuana use, and methamphetamine use in Idaho through effective law enforcement techniques including:

  • Interdiction activities
  • Party patrols
  • Shoulder tap operations
  • Compliance checks
  • Community presentations

All law enforcement agencies including tribal, local, state, and federal are encouraged to apply.

FUNDING

Anticipated Total Available Funding: Between $54,000 and $74,000 for each public health region.

Funding Source: Funding for this grant is provided by the Department of Health and Human Services through the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Strategic Prevention Framework – Partnerships for Success program, CFDA #92.243.  To learn more about this program in Idaho visit: https://prevention.odp.idaho.gov/about-spf-pfs/.

Estimated Number of Awards: 2–3 agencies in each region.

APPLICATION

Application Submission: Applications must be completed and submitted online via the application portal by June 2, 2021 by 7:00 AM (MST). The system will shut down at this time.

Grant Recipients Notified: June 18, 2021

Grant Award Period: July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS

Required Training: If awarded one individual will be required to participate in a one-hour virtual training on July 8 at 10:00 AM MST.

All staff time used for these activities must be overtime hours dedicated to prevention work, and all activities must be implemented within the applicant’s respective jurisdiction.

SUBMIT QUESTIONS TO:
  • Camille McCashland, Grant Project Director
  • Camille.McCashland@odp.idaho.gov
  • (208) 854-3046

Applicants assume all costs associated with the preparation of this grant application. Grant awards are contingent upon funds appropriated by federal funding agencies and the Idaho Legislature.

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