INDIANA – The Indiana Secured College Security Board has authorized greater than $22.9 million in matching state grants, marking the fourth consecutive 12 months of record-breaking college security investments. The grants will likely be allotted to 425 colleges, which is the most important variety of colleges to ever apply.
“We proceed to prioritize investments at school security to assist college students and workers succeed with out the fear of violence in Hoosier colleges,” Gov. Eric J. Holcomb mentioned. “This funding permits colleges to deal with their particular security wants via further personnel and applications designed to arrange for and forestall college violence.”
The Common Meeting allotted $19 million over the previous two years for the Secured College Security Grant (SSSG). Legislators will set future allocations throughout this 12 months’s finances session. With the addition of $3.9 million in funds unspent from earlier grant cycles, Indiana was capable of absolutely fund all high precedence, eligible requests from all colleges that utilized. Moreover, the funding will cowl all eligible requests for added coaching for College Useful resource Officers and workers.
With this funding, Indiana now has invested greater than $132.9 million at school security since 2013, when the SSSG program was initiated.
For FY23, the Board authorized $22,911,714.45 at school security funding. The efficiency interval for the grant begins on September 1.
The allocation of funds for FY23 consists of:
|Funding Class||# of Eligible Initiatives||Complete Eligible Funding|
|SRO and LEO Personnel Prices||272||$15,567,558.92|
|Tools and Know-how||133||$6,468,821.16|
|Energetic Occasion Warning System||1||$1,800.00|
|Pupil/Dad or mum Assist Companies Program||18||$834,873.00|
“These grants permit Indiana to make an actual and tangible influence on college students, workers, and directors at colleges throughout the state,” mentioned Rusty Goodpaster, director of the Secured College Security Board. “We’re proud to have the ability to assist make these colleges safer whereas Hoosier youngsters obtain a world-class schooling.”
Receiving grants regionally:
- North Lawrence Com Colleges in Lawrence County – $100,000
- Mitchell Neighborhood Colleges in Lawrence County – $19,500
- Orleans Neighborhood Colleges in Orange County – $50,000
- Paoli Neighborhood College Corp. in Orange County – $20,000
- Springs Valley Com College Corp. in Orange County – $50,000
- Monroe County Neighborhood Sch Corp. in Monroe County – $80,000
- Richland-Bean Blossom CSC in Monroe County – $99,540
- Covenant Christian College in Monroe County – $15,027.65
- Lighthouse Christian Academy in Monroe County – $34,000
- Seven Oaks Classical College in Monroe County – $43,523
- Brownstown Cnt Com Sch Corp. in Jackson County – $84,560.28
- Crothersville Neighborhood Colleges in Jackson County – $21,600
- St. John’s Lutheran College in Jackson County – $35,000
- Medora Neighborhood College Corp in Jackson County – $19,017.75
- Seymour Neighborhood Colleges in Jackson County – $100,000
- North Daviess Com Colleges in Daviess County – $30,000
- Washington Catholic Mid/Excessive Sch in Daviess County – $18,079
- Washington Neighborhood Colleges in Daviess County – $25,000
- Barr-Reeve Neighborhood Colleges Inc. in Daviess County – $33,385.15
- Holy Trinity Catholic College in Dubois County – $30,162
- Brown County College Company in Brown County – $36,000
- Linton-Stockton College Company in Greene County – $50,000
- Japanese Greene Colleges in Greene County – $61,900
- White River Valley College District in Greene County – $49,999
- MSD Shakamak Colleges in Greene County – $15,000
- Bloomfield College District in Greene County – $44,666.67
- Loogootee Neighborhood Sch Corp. in Martin County – $20,666.67
- Shoals Neighborhood College Corp in Martin County – $31,200
- East Washington College Corp. in Washington County – $60,000
- West Washington College Corp. in Washington County – $36,000
- Salem Neighborhood Colleges Washington $29,560
The Secured College Fund is run by the Indiana Division of Homeland Safety. Go to the IDHS web site for a full breakdown of SSSG awards (colleges and complete awards obtained).
The SSSG points matching grants for eligible objects after which colleges match these funds at a sure stage, both 25 %, 50 %, or 100 %. The match requirement relies on the typical every day membership of the varsity district, the entire quantity of the mission, or what the request covers.
Eligible objects within the grant embody funding for college useful resource officers (SROs) and regulation enforcement officers in colleges; gear and expertise; energetic occasion warning techniques (no matching requirement); firearms coaching for lecturers and workers that select to permit weapons on college property; menace assessments and to implement a pupil and dad or mum assist companies program. Widespread ineligible requests embody automobiles, clothes/uniforms, or vape detectors for colleges.
The Indiana College Security Hub additionally gives colleges with a wealth of assets, coaching alternatives, and different info designed to present colleges the instruments they should maintain college students and workers protected.