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File #: R-2017-179    Version: 1 Name: Stalker Radar Trailers
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 6/5/2017 In control: Police Department
On agenda: 6/21/2017 Final action:
Title: A Resolution Of The City Commission Of The City Of Hollywood, Florida, Authorizing The Expenditure Of Federal (Justice) Law Enforcement Forfeiture Funds Pursuant To The Federal Comprehensive Crime Control Act Of 1984 For The Purchase Of Six (6) Stalker Lidar RLR-C Radars And Five (5) Stalker SAM-R Speed Trailers In The Total Aggregate Amount Of $49,990.00; And Amending The Fiscal Year 2017 Operating Budget (R-2016-284) As Outlined In Exhibit 1.
Attachments: 1. Resolution.pdf, 2. Stalker radars and trailers Exhibit 1.pdf, 3. BIS 17196.pdf, 4. terstalkerradar.pdf
Title
A Resolution Of The City Commission Of The City Of Hollywood, Florida, Authorizing The Expenditure Of Federal (Justice) Law Enforcement Forfeiture Funds Pursuant To The Federal Comprehensive Crime Control Act Of 1984 For The Purchase Of Six (6) Stalker Lidar RLR-C Radars And Five (5) Stalker SAM-R Speed Trailers In The Total Aggregate Amount Of $49,990.00; And Amending The Fiscal Year 2017 Operating Budget (R-2016-284) As Outlined In Exhibit 1.


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Staff Recommends: Approval of the attached Resolution.


Explanation:
The attached Resolution seeks City Commission authorization to expend Federal Law Enforcement Forfeiture Funds pursuant to the Federal Comprehensive Act of 1984 in anticipation of the costs associated with the purchase of six (6) Stalker Lidar-RLR-C Radars and five (5) Stalker SAM-R speed trailers. The Department of Justice's Equitable Sharing Guidelines set forth that Federal Law Enforcement Forfeiture Funds may be expended on permissible uses such as law enforcement equipment for use by law enforcement personnel that supports law enforcement activities. All permissible uses expenditures for this equipment will be in accordance with the City's Purchasing Ordinance and brought to the City Commission under a separate Resolution.

The Federal Comprehensive Crime Control Act of 1984 requires that the Police Department obtain approval for such expenditure from the City Commission. Since the source of funding for these anticipated costs is the Police Department's Federal Law Enforcement Forfeiture Fund, the City of Hollywood taxpayer will bear no cost for this expenditure.

Staff obtained quotes for the Stalker Radars and the Stalker Speed Trailers and Applied Concepts, Inc. submitted the overall lowest pricing for both products and the purchase shall be in accordance with the City's Purchasing Ordinance. Section 38.43 of the City's Purchasing Ordinance, provides that all purchases of supplies and contractual services of less than the esti...

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