Police Community Services

Public Safety

FY 2021-22 Budget

Department Description

The Police Community Services Division was referred to in previous budgets as Police Grants, which reflected the primary funding source since 2001-02. The state grant fund is the Supplemental Law Enforcement Services Fund (SLESF), which is for front-line personnel services. This division funds a Community Service Officer (CSO) and specific training costs.


The Division consists of 1.48 FTE Community Services Officer (CSO).

Revenue Summary

Annually, the Town receives $100,000 of Supplemental Law Enforcement Services Funds (SLESF). Per Government Cost Section 30062, monies allocated for SLESF is to be expended exclusively to provide front line law enforcement services. The Town classified parking enforcement as front line law enforcement services.

Expenditure Summary

The total Police Community Services budget is $239,000 for FY 2021-22. It is $19,000 more than FY 2020-21. The main change is in contribution to the Town's 115 Trust to address future OPEB cost.

Contributions to the 115 Trust is paid for by General Fund and not SLESF.

Expenditure by Categories

Expenditure by Funds

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