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FY 2023-24 STATE POLICE BUDGET

S.B. 198 (S-1): SENATE APPROPRIATIONS REC.

(as reported)

Committee: Appropriations                                 Throughout this document Senate means Committee Recommendation

 

FULL-TIME EQUATED (FTE) CLASSIFIED

POSITIONS/FUNDING SOURCE

FY 2022-23

YEAR-TO-DATE*

FY 2023-24

SENATE APPROPRIATIONS REC.

CHANGES FROM

FY 2022-23 YEAR-TO-DATE

AMOUNT

PERCENT

FTE Positions.............................................................

 3,750.0

 3,829.0

 79.0

 2.1 

GROSS.......................................................................

 843,705,800

 884,169,800

 40,464,000

 4.8 

Less:

 

 

 

 

Interdepartmental Grants Received............................

 25,502,400

 26,244,400

 742,000

 2.9 

ADJUSTED GROSS....................................................

 818,203,400

 857,925,400

 39,722,000

 4.9 

Less:

 

 

 

 

Federal Funds..........................................................

 81,804,300

 87,849,400

 6,045,100

 7.4 

Local and Private......................................................

 4,939,500

 4,939,800

 300

 0.0 

TOTAL STATE SPENDING.........................................

 731,459,600

 765,136,200

 33,676,600

 4.6 

Less:

 

 

 

 

Other State Restricted Funds....................................

 158,750,400

 165,785,600

 7,035,200

 4.4 

GENERAL FUND/GENERAL PURPOSE......................

 572,709,200

 599,350,600

 26,641,400

 4.7 

PAYMENTS TO LOCALS............................................

 21,329,700

 40,441,500

 19,111,800

 89.6 

*As of February 7, 2023.

 

Major Boilerplate Changes from FY 2022-23 Year-to-Date:

1.   New Boilerplate. Senate included language which provides guidelines for training local police departments (Sec. 302); provides for deposit of appropriations for Onboarding, Training and Outfitting into recruit school fund (Sec. 408); provides guidelines for In-Service Training appropriations and for it to be deposited into training fund (Sec. 503); provides recruiting guidelines and allows for use of attrition funds for recruiting (Sec. 606); and designates funds for Michigan International Speedway traffic control (Sec. 801).

2.   Elimination of Boilerplate. Senate removed reporting of legacy costs (Sec. 214); permits legislature to transfer funds by resolution (Sec. 218); prohibits COVID-19 vaccination requirements (Sec. 222); requires 90 day notice before recommending a post closure or consolidation (Sec. 225); requires 90 day notice prior to beginning effort to privatize (Sec. 226); prohibition on ticket quotas (Sec. 233); requiring reporting of plans for lawsuit payments (Sec. 234); report of costs of CPL activities (Sec. 402-9); earmark for a city with certain crime data criteria from Secure City Partnership (Sec. 605): and removes spending cap for emergency purposes (Sec. 231 -1), Sec. 704-2, 3, 4).

 

 

 


FY 2022-23 Year-to-Date Appropriation..................................................

$843,705,800

$572,709,200

 

 

 

CHANGE FROM
FY 2022-23
 Y-T-D

FY 2023-24 RECOMMENDED
 APPROPRIATION

Gross

GF/GP

Gross

GF/GP

Baseline Adjustments

 

 

 

 

  1.  Recruit School Annualization. Senate included $1.0 million for full year FY 2023-24 costs of the 50 new troopers who graduated from FY 2022-23 schools.

1,000,000

1,000,000

395,420,200

351,602,900

  2.  Ammunition Costs. Senate included $231,200 to support increased ammunition cost across several department budget lines.

231,200

231,200

 

 

  3.  Forensic Science Accreditation. Senate included $91,900 for accreditation and associated proficiency testing costs at MSP's seven forensic laboratories.

91,900

91,900

48,281,000

34,835,200

  4.  Commercial Vehicle Enforcement. Senate added additional Federal funds to reflect an increase in Federal grant funding from DOT.

5,671,700

0

38,420,900

312,200

  5.  Justice Training Grants. Senate included additional $4.2 million restricted fund authorization from available revenues resulting from the restructuring of the Justice System Fund and the Secondary Road Patrol Fund per PA 189, 190 and 191 of 2022.

4,190,000

0

10,000,000

0

  6.  Training Only to Local Units. Senate included additional $200,000 in restricted fund authorization from available revenues resulting from the restructuring of the Justice System Fund and the Secondary Road Patrol Fund per PA 189, 190 and 191 of 2022.

200,500

0

855,000

0

  7.  Investigative Services. Senate added additional IDT funds of $151,100 to reflect a grant increase from the Auto Theft Prevention Fund.

151,100

0

39,726,400

9,123,300

  8.  Intelligence Operations. Senate added $150,000 in restricted revenue to reflect additional receipt of payment for reimbursed services.

150,000

0

33,536,600

30,707,800

  9.  Biometrics and Identification. Senate added $125,100 in authorization for expenditure of Criminal Justice Information Center service fees to pay for higher costs of Automated Fingerprint Identification System (AFIS).

125,100

0

11,342,700

5,487,000

10.  Executive Direction. Senate added $15,000 in restricted revenue to reflect additional support from the Marihuana Regulatory Fund.

15,000

0

7,574,900

7,015,100

11.  Economic Adjustments. Senate included $24,817,300 Gross and $21,498,100 GF/GP for total economic adjustments.

24,817,300

21,498,100

 

 

New Programs/Program Increases (see also One-Time Appropriations)

 

 

 

 

12.  In-Service Training. Senate included $18.2 million and 7.0 FTEs to support continuing education for over 18,300 law enforcement officers in the State, to be administered by the Michigan Commission on Law Enforcement Standards via the Law Enforcement Officers Training Fund, created by PA 203 of 1965.

18,240,000

18,240,000

18,240,000

18,240,000

13.  Trooper Recruit School. Senate included $4,213,200 in ongoing funding for a trooper school to graduate 50 new troopers in FY 2023-24. Included in the school cost is $4,790,300 in one-time costs (see item  #18), bringing the new school's total budget to $9.0 million . This is in addition to the 120 troopers that are anticipated to be schooled in FY 2023-24 with existing resources to cover expected trooper attrition.

4,213,200

4,213,200

4,213,200

4,213,200

14.  Victim Support Services. Senate included $1,885,500 and 14.0 FTEs ongoing for a victim support program that would place two full-time victims of crime advocates to each of the departments seven districts across the State, to be funded through the Grants and Community Services line item. A one-time pilot project of this program was funded via one-time funding in FY 2022-23 (see item #24).

1,885,500

1,885,500

19,963,200

5,401,500

15.  Contracts and Services. Senate included $1.7 million to provide support for contracts and services provided to other State departments within the Special Operations unit.

1,700,000

1,700,000

18,174,100

17,153,800

16.  Gun Violence Prevention. Senate included $725,000 in ongoing funds to increase capacity to collect information on gun crimes by establishing five National Integrated Ballistic Information Network testing locations to support timely and comprehensive entry of all firearm evidence into the national data based used by law enforcement in the State.

725,000

725,000

725,000

725,000

17.  OK2Say Program Expansion. Senate added $378,000 and 3.0 FTEs to the budget of the school safety program to expand program capacity, which allows students to confidentially report tips on potential harm or criminal activities directed at students, school employees, and schools.

378,700

378,700

19,963,200

5,401,500

Eliminations/Reductions - NONE (see also One-Time Appropriations)

 

 

 

 

One-Time Appropriations

 

 

 

 

18.  Trooper Recruit School. Senate included $4,213,200 in one-time funding for a trooper school to graduate 50 new troopers in FY 2023-24. This is in addition to the 120 troopers that are anticipated to be schooled in FY 2023-24 with existing resources to cover expected trooper attrition. Supports one-time costs of training (staff, meals, and lodging), outfitting (uniforms, weapons, and communications equipment), fleet (vehicles, radio, computer, and connectivity equipment), and recruiting costs.

4,790,300

4,790,300

4,790,300

4,790,300

19.  Gun Violence Prevention. Senate included $1.2 million in one-time funds to increase capacity to collect information on gun crimes by establishing five National Integrated Ballistic Information Network testing locations to support timely and comprehensive entry of all firearm evidence into the national data based used by law enforcement in the State.

1,200,000

1,200,000

1,200,000

120,000

20.  Contracts and Services. Senate included $100 placeholder with boilerplate specifying funds shall be allocated for traffic control services to the Michigan International Speedway.

100

100

100

100

21.  In-Service Training. Eliminated a deposit of $20.0 million into the Law Enforcement Officers Training Fund created under PA 203 of 1965, for expenditure to support the implementation of required annual in-service training standards for all licensed law enforcement officers.

(20,000,000)

(20,000,000)

 

 

22.  Trooper School. Eliminated one-time costs of $4.7 million for training additional MSP troopers, including training (staff, meals, and lodging), outfitting (uniforms, weapons, and communications equipment), fleet (vehicles, radio, computer, and connectivity equipment), and recruiting costs.

(4,694,200)

(4,694,200)

 

 

23.  Contracts and Services. Eliminated $3.1 million for executive branch security services and traffic control services provided to Michigan International Speedway.

(3,100,000)

(3,100,000)

 

 

24.  Recruitment, Training, and Outreach. Eliminated funding of $1.0 million for activities (marketing campaigns, recruiting events) to increase recruitment of trooper candidates.

(1,000,000)

(1,000,000)

 

 

25.  Crime Victim Support Pilot Program. Eliminated 4.0 FTEs and $518,400 in GF/GP funding to support a pilot program to place victim advocates in two MSP districts to coordinate services and to address the needs of crime victims.

(518,400)

(518,400)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total Changes...............................................................................................

$40,464,000

$26,641,400

 

FY 2023-24 SENATE APPROPRIATIONS REC..............................................

$884,169,800

$599,350,600

 

 

 

Date Completed: 5-2-23                                                                                                     Fiscal Analyst: Bruce Baker