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File #: 20624    Version: Name: COMBAT outside agencies
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 2/18/2021 In control: Anti-Crime Committee
On agenda: 2/18/2021 Final action: 3/1/2021
Title: A RESOLUTION transferring $1,510,025.00 within the 2021 Anti-Crime Sales Tax Fund and authorizing the Prosecuting Attorney to execute agreements with certain outside agencies which are engaged in anti-crime and anti-violence prevention activities and purposes, at an aggregate cost to the County not to exceed $3,552,123.00.
Sponsors: Dan Tarwater III
Indexes: ANTI-CRIME SALES TAX FUND, OUTSIDE AGENCIES, PROSECUTING ATTORNEY
Attachments: 1. 20624bu.pdf, 2. 20624bu.proposed.pdf, 3. 20624bu.Substitute II.pdf, 4. 20624adopt.pdf, 5. 20624 ArtsTech Prevention.pdf, 6. 20624 Child Protection Center Prevention.pdf, 7. 20624 Eastern JC Youth Court Prevention.pdf, 8. 20624 Girl Scouts.pdf, 9. 20624 Independence Youth Court Prevention.pdf, 10. 20624 KC Metropolitan Crime Commission Prevention.pdf, 11. 20624 ReStart Inc. Prevention.pdf, 12. 20624 Whatsoever Comm Ctr Prevention.pdf, 13. 20624 Youth Ambassadors Prevention.pdf, 14. 20624 Artists Helping the Homeless.pdf, 15. 20624 Blue Springs School District.pdf, 16. 20624 Boys & Girls Club of Greater Kansas City.pdf, 17. 20624 Foster Adopt Connect.pdf, 18. 20624 Healing House Inc.pdf, 19. 20624 High Aspirations.pdf, 20. 20624 Hope House.pdf, 21. 20624 Ivanhoe Neighborhood Council.pdf, 22. 20624 Minddrive.pdf, 23. 20624 Morningstar Development COMBAT.pdf, 24. 20624 Twelfth Street Heritage COMBAT.pdf, 25. 20624 Legal Aid of Western Missouri.pdf, 26. 20624 Mattie Rhodes Center.pdf, 27. 20624 AdHoc Group Against Crime.pdf, 28. 20624 Center For Conflict Resolution Strivin.pdf, 29. 20624 Center for Conflict Resolution.pdf, 30. 20624 Hickman Mills Prevention Coalition.pdf, 31. 20624 Jackson County CASA.pdf, 32. 20624 KC Chamber Foundation.pdf, 33. 20624 KC Mothers In Charge.pdf, 34. 20624 Lee's Summit Cares.pdf, 35. 20624 UICS.pdf, 36. 20624 Calvary Community Outreach Network.pdf, 37. 20624 KC Friends of Alvin Ailey.pdf, 38. 20624 KC Youth Court.pdf, 39. 20624 MOCSA.pdf, 40. 20624 Newhouse, Inc..pdf, 41. 20624 Operation Breakthrough Inc..pdf, 42. 20624 Sisters in Christ (Strivin).pdf, 43. 20624 Sisters in Christ Prevention.pdf, 44. 20624 Bridge Leadership Academy.pdf, 45. 20624 Della Lamb Community Services.pdf, 46. 20624 Reconciliation Services.pdf, 47. 20624 Rediscover Mental Health.pdf, 48. 20624 Kansas City Public Schools Board of Education.pdf, 49. 20624 Crittenton.pdf, 50. 20624 Community Services League.pdf, 51. 20624 City of Blue Springs.pdf, 52. 20624 Urban Ranger Corps.pdf, 53. 20624 KCMO Municipal Court COMBAT.pdf
Related files: 20121, 20366, 5511
IN THE COUNTY LEGISLATURE OF JACKSON COUNTY, MISSOURI

Title
A RESOLUTION transferring $1,510,025.00 within the 2021 Anti-Crime Sales Tax Fund and authorizing the Prosecuting Attorney to execute agreements with certain outside agencies which are engaged in anti-crime and anti-violence prevention activities and purposes, at an aggregate cost to the County not to exceed $3,552,123.00.


Intro
RESOLUTION NO. 20624, February 18, 2021

INTRODUCED BY Dan Tarwater III, County Legislator


Body
WHEREAS, the voters of Jackson County, Missouri, renewed the sales tax to provide funding for the fight against illegal drugs and violent crime in our community; and,

WHEREAS, the proceeds and interest generated from this tax are deposited in a special Jackson County Anti-Crime Sales Tax Trust Fund that is segregated and not commingled with the general fund or any other special funds of the County; and,

WHEREAS, the voters and the Legislature authorized the Prosecuting Attorney, subject to approval by the Legislature, to contract with any organization or entity, whether public or private, which engages in anti-crime and anti-violence prevention activities and purposes; and,

WHEREAS, the COMBAT Commission solicited proposals from community agencies seeking to provide anti-crime and anti-violence prevention activities and services; and,

WHEREAS, these proposals were evaluated by outside experts who made funding recommendations to the Commission; and,

WHEREAS, after review of the outside evaluators' recommendations, the COMBAT Commission has recommended that the Prosecuting Attorney be authorized to execute agreements with certain outside agencies engaged in anti-crime and anti-violence prevention activities and purposes for services from January 1, 2021, to December 31, 2021, as set out below:




AGENCY

AMOUNT
Ad Hoc Group Against Crime
$260,000
Artists Helping the Homeless (AHH)
50,000
Arts Tech
92,000
Blue Springs Police Department Community and Youth Outreach
22,80...

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