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Fut <br />U z <br />�'�C1 fiaR�,P <br />MEETING DATE: <br />TO: <br />SUBMITTED BY: <br />PREPARED BY: <br />SUBJECT: <br />SUMMARY <br />Agenda Report <br />Fullerton City Council <br />OCTOBER 1, 2019 <br />CITY COUNCIL / SUCCESSOR AGENCY <br />KENNETH A. DOMER, CITY MANAGER <br />ROBERT DUNN, CHIEF OF POLICE <br />APPROVAL OF 2019-20 OFFICE OF TRAFFIC SAFETY <br />GRANT AGREEMENT <br />City Council is asked to authorize and accept a continuing grant of $460,000 for traffic <br />enforcement, DUI operations and DUI -related training of officers from the State of <br />California Office of Traffic Safety. <br />RECOMMENDATION <br />Authorize the Chief of Police to execute the 2019-20 Office of Traffic Safety "Selective <br />Traffic Enforcement Program" (STEP) agreement in the amount of $460,000 in a form <br />approved by the City Attorney as well as any amendments and increase Police <br />Department appropriations by the same amount in Grants Fund 32. <br />PRIORITY POLICY STATEMENT <br />This item matches the following Priority Policy Statement: <br />• Public Safety. <br />FISCAL IMPACT <br />The estimated revenue and expenses are $460,000. This grant also helps fund traffic <br />safety services that might otherwise be paid for through general funds. <br />DISCUSSION <br />The California Office of Traffic Safety has awarded the Fullerton Police Department a <br />continuing "Selective Traffic Enforcement Program" grant, funded for $460,000.00 The <br />2019-20 STEP grant is designed to reduce the number of deaths and injuries involving <br />alcohol, speed, red light running and other primary collision factors. The City Council <br />must approve the grant in order for the City to receive this funding. <br />