ADOPTED - SEPTEMBER 27, 2005
Agenda Item No. 44
Introduced by the Law Enforcement and Finance Committees of the:
INGHAM COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
RESOLUTION TO APPROVE THE REVISED FINAL MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF STATE POLICE, EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT DIVISION 2004 STATE HOMELAND SECURITY GRANT/LAW ENFORCEMENT TERRORISM PREVENTION PROGRAM GRANT BUDGET AND RELATED SUBCONTRACTS
WHEREAS, the Ingham County Board of Commissioners approved the acceptance of the 2004 State Homeland Security Grant/Law Enforcement Terrorism Prevention Program in September of 2004 through Resolution
WHEREAS, the Ingham County Office of Emergency Services working with the LEPC and other local government officials has identified and prioritized a final revised program plan and budget to mitigate the need for equipment and the solution area planner support funding through this grant; and
WHEREAS, the purpose of the mitigation efforts supported by this grant is to enhance the safety of the citizens of Ingham County and reduce loss of property and life resulting from a CBRNT event.
THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Ingham County Board of Commissioners approves the attached revised 2004 State final Homeland Security Grant/Law Enforcement Terrorism Prevention Program Grant budget and Statement of Work for the time period of August 1, 2004, through October 30, 2005 at a total cost not to exceed $921,530 with no local match required.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Ingham County Board of Commissioners directs the Controller to make any necessary budget adjustments in the Ingham County Sheriff’s Office 2005 budget for this grant subject to final grant eligible costs.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Ingham County Board of Commissioners authorizes the Board Chairperson and the County Clerk to sign any necessary contract/subcontract documents that are consistent with this resolution and the attached Michigan Department of State Police, Emergency Management Division 2004 State Homeland Security Grant/Law Enforcement Terrorism Prevention Program budget and Statement of Work approved as to form by the County Attorney.
LAW ENFORCEMENT: Yeas: De Leon, Nolan, Copedge, Thomas, Schafer, Vickers
Nays: None Absent: None Approved 9/15/05
FINANCE: Yeas: Dedden, Swope, Hertel, Schor, Thomas, Dougan
Nays: None Absent: None Approved 9/21/05
Michigan Department of State Police, Emergency Management Division 2004 State Homeland Security Grant/Law Enforcement Terrorism Prevention Program Budget
With an amount not to exceed $5,500.00
Funds have been allotted for training of first responders to a CBRNE event. Funds have been allocated for exercises to allow first responders to train together in response to a CBRNE event. All training provided will be ODP approved and taught with ODP approved instructors.
Project B-Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Mass Casualty Equipment
With an amount not to exceed $52,500.00
Ingham County will purchase two trailers outfitted with additional medical response equipment to handle the surge in patients/victims as a result of a CBRNE event.
Project C – Public Health Coordination Center/Alternate EOC
With an amount not to exceed $173,636.00
Ingham County will purchase a mass notification system, communications equipment, access control system, and a generator. These systems will be capable of being used by other agencies within the County as needed.
Project D – Haz-Mat Team and Public Works PPE
With an amount not to exceed $20,606.00
Ingham County will purchase appropriate personal protection equipment for the Haz-Mat Team and Public Works personnel to enable them to respond to a CBRNE event involving a large-scale response and recovery effort.
Project E – CBRNE Detection Equipment
With an amount not to exceed $260,150.00
Ingham County will purchase CBRNE detection equipment as suggested by the Local Planning Team members off the OPD approved equipment list and will distribute such to local first response agencies. Training with the new equipment will be provided by the vendor or by ODP approved trainers. (See attached specifications)
Project F – Public Safety Radio System
With an amount not to exceed $78,442.00
Ingham County will complete projects within the public safety radio communications program to allow agencies to communicate during a large-scale response. These systems will greatly enhance the capabilities of coordination during a CBRNE event.
Project G – In-Car Data Terminals/Computers for Police and Fire Agencies in Ingham County
With an amount not to exceed $85,510.00
Ingham County will purchase in-car computers/mobile data terminals for command cars and special units within local police and fire departments to allow interoperability communications.
Project H – Communications Data Tower
With an amount not to exceed $196,000.00
Ingham County will purchase and install a data tower system south of Mason that will complete coverage of the data communications portion of the public safety radio system within Ingham County to be utilized by law enforcement, fire service and EMS.
Project I – Personnel to Assist with Grants
With an amount no to exceed $23,353.00
Ingham County will hire this temporary employee to assist the Program Manager with solution area completion.
Project J – CBRNE Response Management Software
With an amount not to exceed $11,000.00
Ingham County will purchase 4 licenses of the COBRA Software to be placed into the command vehicles computers of departments in the metro area of Ingham County so that the first responders can better respond to and mitigate a CBRNE event. Related to Project G.
Project K – Emergency Management Software (deleted)
With an amount not to exceed $15,000.00
Ingham County will purchase or participate with State emergency management in the purchase of an emergency management mitigation software program (E-Team) to allow a better exchange of information and coordination of personnel and resources.
Project L – EOC Communications Enhancement
With an amount not to exceed $15,000.00
Ingham County will use these monies to prepare infrastructure within the Emergency Operations Center to include wiring and conduit to enhance the capabilities of personnel within the Emergency Operations Center to be able to access power, data and phone lines in an efficient manner that will greatly enhance the capabilities of the Emergency Operations Center to coordinate resources and personnel in response to a CBRNE event.
Total Cost: $921,530.00