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2000 Session

Budget Bill - HB29 (Introduced)

Department of Criminal Justice Services

Item 453

Item 453 (Not set out)

First Year - FY1999Second Year - FY2000
Crime Detection, Investigation, and Apprehension (30400)$24,756,856$26,401,993
Law Enforcement Scientific Support Services (30402)FY1999 $20,755,126FY2000 $22,349,907
Financial Assistance to Localities for Intensified Drug Enforcement Services (30408)FY1999 $3,893,735FY2000 $3,943,591
Coordination of Intensified Drug Enforcement Services (30409)FY1999 $107,995FY2000 $108,495
Fund Sources: 
GeneralFY1999 $19,950,788FY2000 $21,593,765
SpecialFY1999 $5,738FY2000 $7,398
EnterpriseFY1999 $798,600FY2000 $798,600
Dedicated Special RevenueFY1999 $4,001,730FY2000 $4,002,230

Authority: Title 2.1, Chapter 32, Article 2 and §§ 14.1-133.2 and 15.2-1715, Code of Virginia.


A. The amounts for Financial Assistance to Localities for Intensified Drug Enforcement Services include $1,500,000 in nongeneral funds each year for grants to continue or establish "Weed and Seed" programs in selected localities on a competitive basis. Such new grants as may be awarded shall require local cash matching funds of 25 percent in the first grant year, 35 percent in the second grant year, and 50 percent in any subsequent grant years.


B. The amounts for Financial Assistance to Localities for Intensified Drug Enforcement Services include $250,000 in nongeneral funds each year to establish drug courts in the 7th and 15th judicial circuits. Such funds shall be provided as matching grant funds and shall be limited to those circuits which have received a federal grant for the planning of a drug court program and which have applied for federal grants to implement such programs.


C. The amounts for Financial Assistance to Localities for Intensified Drug Enforcement Services include $49,856 for a Drug Court Liaison in the 23rd Judicial Circuit.