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Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant


Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant

CAD

Project Description:
Upgrade the Computer Aided Dispatch system used in the 911 Communications Center
Estimated Cost:
$700,000
Project Sponsor:
City of Lincoln Police Department
Project Contact:
Todd Beam - 441-7204

Police Safety Equipment

Project Description:
Add Shields and Tasers, providing more safety equipment to the officers
Estimated Cost:
$39,200
Project Sponsor:
City of Lincoln Police Department
Project Contact:
Don Scheinost - 441-7204

Broadband Hot Spots

Project Description:
Switch in-car computers to a different frequency and install broadband hot spots for high speed data access in the field
Estimated Cost:
$300,000
Project Sponsor:
City of Lincoln Police Department
Project Contact:
Todd Beam - 441-7204

Digital Transcription

Project Description:
Convert the remaining portion of the records management system to digital capture and transcription
Estimated Cost:
$86,944
Project Sponsor:
City of Lincoln Police Department
Project Contact:
Todd Beam - 441-7204

Related Links

Recovery Links

Recovery.gov Recovery.nebraska.gov Read the full text of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (PDF Format)

Contact Information

Chad Blahak, P.E., MBA
Stimulus Projects Coordinator
Public Works & Utilities Department
555 South 10th Street, Suite 203
Lincoln, Nebraska 68508

Phone: (402) 441-7548
cblahak@lincoln.ne.gov

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