Grant Details

Opioid Abuse Reduction Initiative Grant (New Hampshire)

 
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    CFDA#

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    Funder Type

    State Government

    IT Classification

    B - Readily funds technology as part of an award

    Authority

    New Hampshire Department of Safety

    Summary

    The purpose of this grant (RSA 21 P: 66) is to support the implementation of drug enforcement operations/initiatives to combat the misuse and abuse of opioids and fentanyl throughout the state. The misuse of these substances has resulted in a significant increase of drug related overdoses and deaths. NH now has the third highest per capita death rate from abuse of these related substances in the nation.


    The grant will provide local law enforcement, county law enforcement agencies or regionalized agency coalitions specifically developed for this project, to identify, investigate, and apprehend individuals and/or organizations that are involved in opioid/fentanyl related drug use and trafficking. This grant requires increased information sharing. The protocols and conditions shall be based on the principles of intelligence-driven, problem-oriented policing, using statistics and information to place additional police patrol and investigative presence at the locations, times, and places where there have been a significant convergence of motor vehicle crashes, crimes, and drug use or in corridors known to be used by drug dealers for shipments of illegal drugs in to the State.


    It also supports joint/regional operations between both uniformed patrol officers working to support covert drug unit operations on specific targets and locations throughout the state. The protocols shall insure that the officers assigned to such patrol unit for this program have been trained in the concept of data-driven policing and have appropriate knowledge of the requirement of the state and federal constitutions.

     

    History of Funding

    None is available.

    Additional Information

    Program Requirements

    • Use of grant funds must be consistent with and supportive of implementation of the Department of Safety Law Enforcement Opioid Abuse Reduction Initiative Grant Program outlined herein and in SAF-C 2900.
    • Applications will be accepted for projects that support local law enforcement, county law enforcement or regionalized agency coalitions specifically developed for this project with the goals to primarily be: the continuation and expansion with partnership patrols, covert undercover narcotics investigations to reduce and deter heroin/fentanyl sales and overdoses, and information gathering and sharing to ensure de-confliction of cases in partnership with the State Information and Analysis Center (IAC) ,which will also enhance officer safety.
    • No funds will be granted for œpurchase of evidence or for œconfidential funds utilization under this grant program
    • No operational equipment may be purchased with these grant funds (for example: weapons, vests, drones, night vision, radios, specialized vehicles, etc.) for local, county, or regionalized agency coalitions formed for this project
    • Promoting multijurisdictional law enforcement collaboration and increased information sharing through the IAC;

    Contacts

    Pam Urban-Morin

    Pam Urban-Morin
    33 Hazen Drive
    Concord, NH 03305
    603-271-7663
     

  • Eligibility Details

    Eligible applicants are New Hampshire local law enforcement, county law enforcement agencies or regionalized agency coalitions.

    Deadline Details

    Applications were to be submitted by May 16, 2018. A similar deadline is anticipated for 2020.

    Award Details

    Award amounts vary.

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