Body Worn Camera Funding Announcement 2021

 

Total Funding

$6 MILLION in total awards were given to 110 law enforcement agencies across Colorado.


2,885 body-worn cameras were requested by law enforcement agencies. 100% of these requests will all be funded at $1,100 each for a total of $3,173,500.

The remaining $2,826,500 was divided equally among the law enforcement agencies that requested funding to purchase body-worn camera accessories.

All those who submitted an intent to apply application will qualify to receive a minimum of $25,695.45.
 

Allocated Amounts - Law Enforcement Agencies

Sheriff's Offices

Law Enforcement Agency Name Number of Cameras Funded Total (cameras + additional funds)
Alamosa County Sheriff's Office 10 $36,695
Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office 234 $283,095
Baca County Sheriff's Office 6 $32,295
Bent County Sheriff's Office 43 $72,995
Chaffee County Sheriff’s Office 4 $30,095
Cheyenne County Sheriff's Office 0 $25,695
clear creek sheriff's office 45 $75,195
Conejos County Sheriff's Office 0 $25,695
Costilla County Sheriff's Office 12 $38,895
Crowley County Sheriff's Office 10 $36,695
Delta County Sheriff's Office 43 $72,995
El Paso County Sheriff's Office 98 $133,495
Elbert County Sheriff 0 $25,695
Fremont County Sheriff's Office 52 $82,895
Gilpin County Sheriff's Office 45 $75,195
Gunnsion County Sheriff's Office 7 $33,395
Hinsdale County Sheriff's Office 6 $32,295
Huerfano County Sheriff's Office 19 $46,595
Jackson County Sheriff's Office 10 $36,695
Jefferson County Sheriff's Office 363 $424,995
Lake County Sheriff 4 $30,095
Larimer County Sheriff's Office 225 $273,195
Las Animas COunty Sheriffs Office 0 $25,695
Mesa County Sheriff's Office 85 $119,195
Moffat County Sheriff's Office 4 $30,095
Montezuma County Sheriff's Office 0 $25,695
Montrose County Sheriff's Office 30 $58,695
Morgan County Sheriff's Office 36 $65,295
Otero County Sheriff's Office 4 $30,095
Park County Sheriff's Office 35 $64,195
Pitkin County Sheriff's Office 26 $54,295
Prowers County Sheriff's Office 22 $49,895
Pueblo County Sheriff's Office 92 $126,895
Rio Blanco County Sheriffs Office 0 $25,695
Routt County Sheriff's Office 14 $41,095
Saguache County Sheriff's Office 7 $33,395
San Juan County Sheriff's Office 4 $30,095
Sedgwick County Sheriff's Office 2 $27,895
Sheridan Police Department 20 $47,695
Summit County Sheriff's Office 15 $42,195
Teller County Sheriff's Office 85 $119,195
Washington County Sheriff's Office 18 $45,495
Weld County Sheriff's Office 0 $25,695
Yuma County Sheriff's Office 20 $47,695
Municipalities and Other Law Enforcement Agencies

Law Enforcement Agency Name Number of Cameras Funded Total (cameras + additional funds)
Arvada Police Department 191 $235,795
Ault Police Department 7 $33,395
Auraria Campus Police Department 32 $60,895
Breckenridge Police Department 0 $25,695
Broomfield Police Department 0 $25,695
Brush Police Department 1 $26,795
Burlington Police Department 0 $25,695
Carbondale Police Department 12 $38,895
Cherry Hills Village Police Department 23 $50,995
City of Canon City 9 $35,595
City of Lakewood Police Department 0 $25,695
Collbran Marshal's Office 3 $28,995
Colorado Rangers Law Enforcement Shared Reserve (CLER) 80 $113,695
Colorado School of Mines Department of Public Safety/Police Department 17 $44,395
Colorado Springs Police Department 231 $279,795
Colorado State University Police Department 0 $25,695
Cortez Police Department 0 $25,695
Cripple Creek Police Department 15 $42,195
De Beque Marshall Department 9 $35,595
Delta Police Department 23 $50,995
Durango Police Department 3 $28,995
Edgewater Police Department 18 $45,495
Empire Police Department 7 $33,395
Fairplay Police Department 5 $31,195
Florence Police Department 0 $25,695
Fort Collins Police Services 45 $75,195
Fort Lewis College Police Department 9 $35,595
Fountain Police Department 4 $30,095
Frederick Police Department 28 $56,495
Fruita Police Department 18 $45,495
Garden City Police Department 4 $30,095
Glenwood Springs Police Dept. 4 $30,095
Grand Junction Police Department 0 $25,695
Greeley Police Department 0 $25,695
Gunnison Police Department 16 $43,295
Haxtun Police Department 0 $25,695
Hotchkiss Police Department 5 $31,195
Hudson Police Department 14 $41,095
Hugo Marshal's Office 3 $28,995
Ignacio Police Department 5 $31,195
Kersey Police Department 8 $34,495
Lafayette Police Department 1 $26,795
Lakeside Police Department 14 $41,095
Lamar Police Department 0 $25,695
Limon Police Department 5 $31,195
Littleton Police Department 81 $114,795
Louisville Police Department 0 $25,695
Mead Police Department 1 $26,795
Meeker Police Department 6 $32,295
Mountain View Police Department 10 $36,695
Mountain Village Police Department 0 $25,695
Nunn Police Department 0 $25,695
Olathe Police Department 6 $32,295
Platteville Police Department 11 $37,795
Pueblo Community College 5 $31,195
Red Rocks Community College Campus Police 9 $35,595
Rifle Police Department 9 $35,595
Severance Police Department 10 $36,695
Sheridan Police Department 20 $47,695
Snowmass Village Police Department 10 $36,695
Sterling Police Department 4 $30,095
Town of Eagle Police Department 2 $27,895
Town Of Oak Creek Police Department 3 $28,995
University of Colorado Colorado Springs Police Department 19 $46,595
Wheat Ridge Police Department 26 $54,295
Wiggins Police Department 3 $28,995
Windsor Police Department 46 $76,295

Resources for Law Enforcement Agencies Allocated Funding

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Intent to apply - Closed September 10, 2021

To help us identify the anticipated need and develop our funding allocation formula, law enforcement agencies submitted intent to apply for these funds. This is the first step in the process as was due September 10, 2021.

Thank you to every law enforcement agency that took the time to complete the intent to apply.  This helps the Division of Criminal Justice plan for the body-worn camera needs of law enforcement agencies.  Notification of awards should occur by September 17, 2021.

Questions?

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Additional information on body-worn camera research and funding sources

If you have questions, please contact Kelly Abbott, Office of Adult & Juvenile Justice Assistance Manager.