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OMB Approval No. 0348 0043 APPLICATION FOR FEDERAL ASSISTANCE 2. DATE SUBMITTED Applicant Identifier 1. TYPE OF SUBMISSION.
Application Pre application Construction Construction 3. DATE RECEIVED BY STATE State Application Identifier 4. DATE RECEIVED BY FEDERAL AGENCY Federal Identifier Non Construction Non Construction 5. APPLICANT INFORMATION Legal Name. City of Redmond WA Organizational Unit. Office of the Mayor
Address give city county state and zip code. New Street Redmond WA Name and telephone number of the person to be contacted on matters involving this application give area code John Jacobs 555 1212 6. EMPLOYER IDENTIFICATION NUMBER EIN. 7. TYPE OF APPLICANT. enter appropriate letter in box A. State H. Independent School Dist.
B. County I. State Controlled Institution of Higher Learning C. Municipal J. Private University D. Township K. Indian Tribe E. Interstate L. Individual ntermunicipal M. Profit Organization G. Special District N. Other Specify. 8. TYPE OF APPLICATION. F. IContinuation Revision
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Fighting Internet Crimes Against Children 12. AREAS AFFECTED BY PROJECT cities counties states etc.. Southwest Washington State 13. PROPOSED PROJECT. 14. CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS OF. Start Date Ending Date a. Applicant WA04 b. Project WA04 15. ESTIMATED FUNDING.
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a. Typed Name of Authorized Representative. John Jacobs b. Title. President c. Telephone number 555 1212 d. Signature of Authorized Representative e. Date Signed. 00 Previous Editions Not Usable Standard Form REV 88 Prescribed by OMB Circular 102
Date. 00 Name. City of Redmond WA. Address. New Street Redmond WA PH 000 0000 FX 425 000 0000 Project name. Fighting Internet Crimes Against Children
Reason for grant. Provide training technical assistance victim services and community outreach Grant request. $300 Tax status. IRS exempt status Total company budget. $21 000 Dates covered by budget. 00 to 00 Total project budget. $300 000.00 Dates covered by project 00 to 00 Director. John Jacobs President Contact. John Jacobs President 555 1212
Many grant funders will require list of items to be included in cover sheet. Update this cover sheet as needed if you are given explicit instructions by grant funder. The cover sheet is short one page summary at the beginning of your grant proposal. City of Redmond 123 New Street Redmond WA PH 555 1212 FX 555 1213 Project Fighting Internet Crimes Against Children Prepared for. U.S. Department of Justice Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention
Prepared by. John Jacobs President Description Fighting crimes on the Internet against children requires the collaboration of federal state and local law enforcement agencies in order to operationalize quick responses to advanced communications and information technologies used to exploit children. This grant application seeks to address the online enticements and child pornography by providing training and technical assistance to local organizations and services. CFDA Title. 16.543 Table of Contents Program Narrative Statement of the Problem Impact Outcomes and Evaluations
Project Program Design and Implementation Capabilities Competencies Budget and Budget Narrative Other Attachments Geographic Information Abstract The purpose of the Fighting Internet Crimes Against Children program is to help state and local law enforcement personnel develop vigorous responses created by online programming targeting children through enticements and pornography. The answer to this on going challenge includes both investigative and forensic elements. All efforts are executed through training and technical assistance. This program addresses challenges identified through local assessments regarding the growing number of children and teenagers using the Internet and the explosive growth of pornography and sexual predators.
The FY XXXX Justice Appropriations Act Public Law No. XXX XXX directed the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention to build national network of federal state and local law enforcement officials to collaborate on cases of child sexual exploitation. Needs Assessment Local Need The issues and problems surrounding Internet crimes against children nationally are mirrored locally in Washington State. The Redmond Washington Office of Public Safety has aggressively pursued these crimes since officially forming the Computer Crimes Unit within the Criminal Investigations Bureau CM of the local Police Department. We face the same problems afflicting law enforcement across the United States. The steady increase in the volume of all computer related crime has exploded in the past few years resulting in less and less time for our law enforcement officers to devote to these investigations. ur State of Washington enforcement agency only employs agents to cover this challenge when it is clear they need full time employees. Statewide the Washington forensic labs employ only ten forensic examiners. They have repeatedly requested examiners to process all computer related evidence for state and local agencies. Lack of dedicated resources has resulted in the Washington State taking back seat to these challenges and agreeing to participate in only the most complex related cases. Examples of work. An undercover operation by the Redmond Police Department Computer Crimes Unit Detective posed as year old girl on the Internet resulting in the arrest of local man. The predator had contacted the girl through MYSPACE profile. He later sent her unsolicited instant messages and when answered by the detective turned the conversation into request for sex and asked to meet her at the local pizza parlor. Local high school teacher was sending child pornography over the Internet; he created images and used list serve and newsgroup. Once the Unit seized his computer it was ascertained that he had additional child pornography revealing children as young as seven years old. These examples related directly to the national problem of online predators and child pornography in southwest Washington. Washington State had no coordinating agency therefore; we assembled our own data through surveys conducted in June and July of this year. The results clearly showed that it took less than minutes once the detective was logged on to be approached by an adult. It is expected that this funding provides the opportunity for the Redmond Police Department to expand its infrastructure and resources to affect these issues in southwest Washington State. Goals and Objectives
Goals Objectives 1. Expand capabilities for the prosecution of Internet crimes against children in southwest Washington State 1.1 Recruit and orient new Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force in southwest Washington 1.2 Ensure diverse membership of the task force and include federal state regional and local social services law enforcement and children services officials. 1.1.1 Conduct orientation meeting with recruited members of the task force 1.2.1 Build selection criteria that ensure appropriate credentials among the members of the task force 2. Write new policies and procedures to support investigative and prosecutor functions in the Internet crimes against children in southwestern Washington State. 2.1 Establish dissemination process for the task force and confirm that all members received the drafts of policies and procedures that comply with federal and state standards 2.1.1 Confirm receipt of all draft policies and procedures by task force members;
3. Train and equip task force investigators with state of the art tools and techniques 3.1 Conduct SWOT analysis to capture needs and opportunities for training and investigative processes 3.1.1 Prepare training curricula 4. Develop online case management system that is integrated across agencies with shared common tools such as MS Project; MS ShareNet 4.1 Establish requirements list 4.2 Analyze and finalize systems requirements 4.3 Execute Deployment Plan among agency participants for use by task force members Action Items 1.2.2 Conduct regular meetings
2.1.2 Conduct vote on the new policies to confirm their use by the task force 3.1.2 Conduct training in accordance with federal and state standards 4.1.1 Conduct requirements audit to ensure that content systems requirements and deployment tasks are completed on time and within budget Expected Results We anticipate both financial and technical benefits to all the participant agencies as follows. inancial Benefits Reduced cost of training travel and execution of new procedures for field investigators generating 15% cost reduction to each agency Lower costs in the purpose of computers software and training manuals as the task force agencies with work as group and generate new supply chain for the area that projects 10% overall reduction in costs for the above items. echnical Benefits
Ability to track and identify predators quickly; Ability to track calls internet contacts and instant messages quickly and efficiently; Ability to integrate computer systems and train law enforcement officials simultaneously to respond to the new technology facilitated strategies employed by predators. Evaluation We will use an outside evaluator to conduct an objective unbiased assessment of the results of our program activity. We will seek candidates referred by the U.S. Department of Justice for knowledge of the program. It will be the responsibility of the evaluator to answer series of questions listed below the program director will be responsible for staff cooperation and efficient response time. The evaluator is responsible for the development of questionnaire interview guides data capture sheets check lists for observations and other evaluation tools. Determine the effectiveness of orientation training for task force members; Inventory the number of training presentations; Determine the effectiveness of all training and mentoring activities; Keep count of the number of law enforcement receiving training
Keep count of the number of public presentations made both community and school groups Development of investigative protocols complying with ICAC standards Determine the effectiveness of the process for the development of the ICAC program. Performance Requirements The following performance requirements are set by the Department of Justice Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Programs. Objective Performance Measures Maintain and expand state and regional ICAC task forces to address technology facilitated child exploitation and to prevent interdict and investigate ICAC offenses Improve task force effectiveness in handling technology facilitated child exploitation and to prevent interdict and investigate ICAC offenses
Percentage increase in the number of ICAC related arrests Percentage increase in ICAC related investigations resulting in prosecutions Number of computer forensic examinations that ICAC task forces complete Number of investigative technical assistance sessions that ICAC task forces provide to non member law enforcement agencies Number of partner agencies engaged in ICAC task force work at the local state and regional levels Number of ICAC related arrests during the reporting period. Number of ICAC related investigations resulting in prosecutions and the sentencing outcomes in those cases Number of computer forensic examinations that the ICAC task forces complete. Number of investigative technical assistance sessions that ICAC task forces provide to non member law enforcement agencies Number of agencies that sign memorandum certifying compliance with ICAC program guidelines