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Budget Summary FY2012

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Department of State Police
Data Current as of:  7/11/2011

Account  FY2012
House 1
House Final
Senate Final
Budgetary Direct Appropriations 263,602 261,968 261,602 261,468
Direct Appropriations
Department of State Police Operations 227,586227,725227,586227,725
New State Police Class 4,0002,5002,0002,000
Retained Revenues
Private Detail Retained Revenue 27,50027,50027,50027,500
Federal Reimbursement Retained Revenue 3,1003,1003,1003,100
Special Event Detail Retained Revenue 1,0501,0501,0501,050
Telecommunications Access Fee Retained Revenue 35353535
Auto Etching Fee Retained Revenue 3315833158
Intragovernmental Service Spending33,156 33,156 33,156 33,156
Chargeback for State Police Details 33,00033,00033,00033,000
Chargeback for State Police Telecommunications 156156156156
Federal Grant Spending9,228 9,703 7,508 10,118
Region 1 Training Academy Motor Carrier Safety Assistance 195195195195
Federal Motor Carrier Safety Assistance 602602602602
Federal Motor Carrier Safety (MCSAP) - Main 7777
Federal Motor Carrier Safety (MCSAP) - Main Fiscal Year 2011/2012 2,5852,58502,585
Federal Motor Carrier Safety Assistance - High Priority Seat Belts 1010010
Federal Motor Carrier Safety Assistance Data Improvement 215015
New England State Police Administrators' Conference - Regional Investigation 4,8674,8674,8674,867
ARRA - Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force Grant 152152152152
Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Continuation 7777
National ICAC Data System 460460460460
Cannabis Eradication Controlled Substance Prosecution DEA Cooperative Agreement 51515151
Statewide Firearms Intelligence Byrne Grant 60000
Forensic DNA Backlog Reduction 6565479479
Solving Cold Cases with DNA FY2010 0521521521
Coverdell Forensics Science Improvement 165165165165
Trust and Other Spending * 1,942 0 0 0
State DNA Database Trust 250000
Federal Forfeiture Account 922000
State Forfeiture Account 250000
Firearms Fingerprint Identity Verification 520000

* The Governor's budget is required to report on all spending by a department: budgetary, federal and trust. Legislative budgets do not report trust spending.