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Executive Office for Public Safety and Homeland Security

 

Executive Office for Public Safety and Homeland Security

 
FISCAL YEAR 2004 RESOURCE SUMMARY ($000)
MASTER ACCOUNT
FY 2004
Budgetary
Recommendations

FY 2004
Federal, Trust,
and ISF

FY 2004
Total
Spending

FY 2004
Budgetary
Non-Tax Revenue

Executive Office for Public Safety and Homeland Security 244,371  43,562  287,932  2,051 
Department of Correction 469,903  7,635  477,538  24,784 
Department of State Police 245,740  14,873  260,613  26,404 
Department of Motor Vehicles 66,400  41,736  108,135  429,289 
Department of Emergency Services 16,159  16,104  32,263  9,924 

TOTAL       1,042,573  123,909    1,166,481  492,452 
 
Executive Office for Public Safety and Homeland Security 287,932,499
For the operation of the executive office for public safety and homeland security; provided, that the secretary of public safety and homeland security is authorized to expend the funds appropriated herein 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 244,370,703
Direct Appropriations  
   1599-8085   Public Safety Costs Associated with Homeland Security 7,800,000
   8000-0000   Executive Office of Public Safety and Homeland Security Administration 1,915,013
   8000-0010   Community Policing Grants 20,267,596
   8000-0020   Statewide Emergency Telecommunications Board 288,071
   8000-0030   Hate Crimes Awareness Program 100,000
   8000-0040   Police Career Incentive Reimbursements 45,647,419
   8000-0060   Racial Profiling Law Implementation 840,913
   8600-0060   Sexual Assault Evidence Collection Kits 55,861
   8910-0000   County Correction Programs 167,437,850
Retained Revenues 
   8000-0101   Fees from Auto Etching 17,980
 
Federal Grant Spending 43,561,796
   8600-0002   Juvenile Justice Delinquency and Prevention Act Planning 137,803
   8600-0003   Juvenile Justice Delinquency and Prevention Act 1,235,582
   8600-0008   Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act of 1986 1,787,879
   8600-0009   Narcotics Control Assistance 10,797,224
   8600-0010   Statistical Analysis Center 51,377
   8600-0019   Title V - Delinquency Prevention 523,439
   8600-0020   Stop Violence Against Women Formula Grants Program 3,087,502
   8600-0021   Challenge Grants Program 157,000
   8600-0023   Criminal History Improvement 1,053,107
   8600-0024   State Prisoner Residential Substance Abuse Treatment 680,058
   8600-0025   Local Law Enforcement Block Grants 735,685
   8600-0034   Juvenile Accountability Incentive Block Grant 4,258,929
   8600-0042   Bulletproof Vest Partnership Program 100,000
   8850-0004   State Highway Safety Programs 18,619,013
   8850-0029   Evaluation of Rational Speed Limits 102,147
   8850-0030   Crash Outcome Data Evaluation System 35,717
   8850-0031   FY2002 Enforcing the Underage Drinking Law 100,000
   8850-0032   Increasing Seat Belt Use in Secondary Law States 99,334

 

 
 
Department of Correction 477,537,547
For the operation of the department of correction; provided, that the secretary of public safety and homeland security is authorized to expend the funds appropriated herein 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 469,902,960
Direct Appropriations  
   8000-0125   Sex Offender Registry Board 3,054,076
   8900-0001   Department of Correction Facility Operations 440,542,406
   8900-0010   Prison Industries and Farm Program 1,901,019
   8900-1003   Community Corrections 16,205,459
Retained Revenues 
   8900-0011   Fees from Prison Industries and Farm Program 2,600,000
   8900-0045   Reimbursement from Housing Federal Inmates 5,600,000
 
Intragovernmental Service Spending 6,050,000
   8900-0021   Chargeback for Prison Industries and Farm Program 6,050,000
 
Federal Grant Spending 1,339,587
   8903-0019   Life Skills for State and Local Prisoners 636,000
   8903-6202   Serious and Violent Offender Re-entry Initiative 666,718
   8950-4060   New England Linked Sex Offender Notification 36,869
 
Trust and Other Spending 245,000
   8900-9000   Inmate Program Fund 245,000

 

 
 
Department of State Police 260,612,586
For the operation of the department of state police; provided, that the secretary of public safety and homeland security is authorized to expend the funds appropriated herein 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 245,739,700
Direct Appropriations  
   7006-0100   Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission 766,478
   8000-0105   Office of Chief Medical Examiner 4,083,945
   8000-0110   Criminal History Systems Board Administration 5,903,362
   8100-0000   Department of State Police Operations 201,707,254
   8100-0007   State Police Overtime 11,060,782
   8200-0200   Criminal Justice Training Council 2,496,050
Retained Revenues 
   8000-0122   Fees from Chief Medical Examiner 810,000
   8100-0006   Fees from State Police Private Details 14,000,000
   8100-0011   Federal Reimbursement for State Police 3,600,000
   8100-0020   Fees from State Police Telecommunications 150,329
   8200-0222   Fees from Law Enforcement Training 1,161,500
 
Intragovernmental Service Spending 35,000
   8200-1121   Chargeback for Facilities Use 35,000
 
Federal Grant Spending 10,217,886
   8100-0209   Region 1 Training Academy Motor Carrier Safety Assistance 127,009
   8100-0210   Federal Motor Carrier Safety Assistance 1,163,825
   8100-2058   New England State Police Administrator's Conference - Regional Investigation 3,782,789
   8100-9706   Cannabis Eradication Controlled Substance Prosecution DEA Cooperative Agreement 72,000
   8100-9719   FY2001 No Suspect Casework DNA Backlog Reduction Program 760,530
   8100-9720   FY2003 No Suspect Casework DNA Backlog Reduction Program 1,789,772
   8200-0010   Police Corps Program 2,521,961
 
Trust and Other Spending 4,620,000
   8100-4444   Federal Forfeiture Account 422,500
   8100-4545   State Forfeiture Account 37,500
   8100-4747   State Police Logan Trust 4,160,000

 

 
 
Department of Motor Vehicles 108,135,431
For the operation of the department of motor vehicles; provided, that the secretary of public safety and homeland security is authorized to expend the funds appropriated herein 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 66,399,771
Direct Appropriations  
   8400-0001   Registry of Motor Vehicles Administration 48,252,260
   8400-0016   Motorcycle Safety Program 189,866
   8400-0100   Merit Rating Board 8,757,377
   8850-0001   Highway Safety Bureau - State Match 200,268
Retained Revenues 
   8400-0024   Fees from Civil Motor Vehicle Infractions 3,000,000
   8400-0033   Fees from Accessing Driver Records 3,500,000
   8400-0222   Fees from Registration Renewals 2,500,000
 
Trust and Other Spending 41,735,660
   8400-0012   Environmental Registration Plate for Private Passenger Vehicles 140,000
   8400-0054   Motor Vehicle Safety Inspection Trust Fund 41,595,660

 

 
 
Department of Emergency Services 32,263,259
For the operation of the department of emergency services; provided, that the secretary of public safety and homeland security is authorized to expend the funds appropriated herein 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 16,159,378
Direct Appropriations  
   8324-0000   Department of Fire Services Administration 9,082,736
   8700-0001   Military Division Administration 5,247,534
   8800-0001   Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency Operations 613,927
   8800-0100   Nuclear Safety Preparedness Program 354,208
   8800-0200   Radiological Emergency Response Plan Evaluations 269,473
   8800-0300   Environmental Monitoring of Seabrook Nuclear Power Plant 91,500
Retained Revenues 
   8700-1140   Fees from Armory Rentals 500,000
 
Intragovernmental Service Spending 500,000
   8700-1145   Chargeback for Armory Rentals 500,000
 
Federal Grant Spending 15,603,881
   8700-1000   Military Construction Costs 3,000,000
   8800-0003   Emergency Management Assistance - Personnel and Administrative Expenses 2,660,028
   8800-0037   Hazard Mitigation 3,988,409
   8800-0042   Hazardous Materials Transportation Act 216,762
   8800-0048   Flood Mitigation Assistance Program 725,989
   8800-0055   Department of Housing and Urban Development Disaster Relief 1,809,165
   8800-0068   Preparedness Equipment - State and Local 2,757,000
   8800-0069   Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act Grant 5,000
   8800-0078   Pre-disaster Mitigation Grant 441,528