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Brule/Buffalo County CERT Team Members   

Chairman

Donald Pickner

PO Box 365 Chamberlain, SD 57325

605-234-1136

 

Vice Chairman

Robert Graves

33049 248th St. Reliance, SD 57569

605-473-1069

 

Secretary

Lisa Busack

34848 245th St. Chamberlain, SD 57325

605-730-0486

 

SOUTH DAKOTA

FY2007 Citizen Corps Program

Grant Application

 

 

Jurisdiction/Community/Organization Name* Brule/Buffalo County Citizens Corps

 

Federal Employer Identification Number 46-6000095

 

Organization Address  300 S. Courtland St. Suite 106

 

City  Chamberlain    State South Dakota  ZIP 57325

 

* Organization/agency must be eligible to receive federal grant monies.

 

 

Chief Elected Official Rick Palmer

 

Title Chairman Brule County Commission

 

Address  300 S. Courtland St. 103

 

City Chamberlain   State  South Dakota   ZIP 57325

 

Telephone  605-234-4430  E-Mail rpalmer@midstatesd.net

 

 

Who is the contact person for this grant?

 

Name  Katheryn Q. Benton Title Emergency Manager

 

Mailing Address 300 S. Courtland St. Suite 106

 

City  Chamberlain    State  South Dakota   ZIP  57325

 

Phone (605 )  234-3433   E-Mail  brbufem@midstatesd.net

 

 

 

 

County Emergency Manager

 

Name  Katheryn Q. Benton Title Emergency Manager

 

Mailing Address  300 S. Courtland St. Suite 106

 

City  Chamberlain   State  South Dakota   ZIP 57325

 

Phone (605 ) 234-3433 E-Mail  brbufem@midstatesd.net

 

 

CITIZEN CORPS COUNCILS

 

YOU MUST HAVE A LOCAL CITIZEN CORPS COUNCIL IN ORDER TO QUALIFY FOR THIS GRANT. IF YOU ALREADY HAVE A COUNCIL, PLEASE UPDATE THE MEMBERSHIP LIST BELOW. IF YOU DO NOT HAVE A COUNCIL, PLEASE FORM ONE ACCORDING TO THE GUIDELINES BELOW AND SUBMIT THE NAMES BELOW AS PART OF YOUR GRANT APPLICATION.

• Indicate what organization(s) council members will represent.

• The communities’ elected leadership, other community officials, members of local voluntary agencies, community groups and the public should be invited to join.

• If you have already established a forum that you wish to also take on Citizen Corps Council responsibilities, indicate how council duties will be incorporated into the existing program.

 

For more information on forming a council please visit www.citizencorps.gov and click on councils.

 

 

 

Council List

 

Name                                                                   Organization

Nicole Crawford                            Volunteer

Nichole Benton                              Student

Eric Cole                                         Pukwana Fire Dept.

Karen Hoyt                                    Volunteer

Marie Longden                              Volunteer

Myron Longden                             Volunteer

         

We will merge the Brule County Council with the Buffalo County Council and form 1 group called Brule/Buffalo County Citizens Corps Council.


 

 


 

 


 

 

VOLUNTEERS IN POLICE SERVICE PROGRAM (VIPS) 

Not at this time, maybe in the future

  

DESCRIBE YOUR PLANS FOR FORMING A VOLUNTEERS IN POLICE SERVICE (VIPS) PROGRAM IN YOUR COMMUNITY.

• Include a time line for forming the VIPS program, indicating numbers of volunteers you plan to recruit and train during the two-year performance period.

• Indicate what duties and/or projects VIPS members will be tasked to do during the   period.

• List projected costs for the VIPS program below.

• If you are requesting VIPS funding for an already existing program (such as Police/Sheriff Reserves, Neighborhood Assistance Officers, etc.) describe your plans for integrating VIPS program goals into your program.

 

BUDGET

Planning

Public Education/Outreach

Training/Exercise/Equipment

Volunteer Program

Management & Admin

VIPS TOTAL

 

NARRATIVE (Attach additional sheets, if necessary)


 

 

MEDICAL RESERVE CORPS PROGRAM (MRC) 

Not at this time.

  

DESCRIBE YOUR PLANS FOR FORMING A MEDICAL RESERVE CORPS IN YOUR COMMUNITY.

• Include a time line for forming the MRC program, indicating numbers of volunteers you plan to recruit and train during the two-year performance period.

• Indicate which public and private health agencies Medical Reserve Corps volunteers will assist. Identify what public health–related projects MRC volunteers will be working on, in preparation for disaster and during times of normal operations.

• If you are requesting MRC funding for an already existing program describe your plans for integrating MRC program goals into your program.

• List projected costs for the MRC program below.

 

BUDGET

Planning

Public Education/Outreach

Training/Exercise/Equipment

Volunteer Program

Management & Admin

MRC TOTAL

 

NARRATIVE (Attach additional sheets, if necessary)


 


 

 

NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH PROGRAM 

 

Not at this time

 

DESCRIBE YOUR PLANS FOR FORMING A NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH PROGRAM IN YOUR COMMUNITY

• If you are requesting Neighborhood Watch funding for an already existing program (or a similar program), describe your plans for integrating Neighborhood Watch program goals into your local program. List projected costs for the MRC program below.

 

BUDGET

Planning

Public Education/Outreach

Training/Exercise/Equipment

Volunteer Program

Management & Admin

NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH TOTAL

 

NARRATIVE (Attach additional sheets, if necessary)

 


PARTNERSHIPS WITH THE VOLUNTEER COMMUNITY: Describe what roles volunteers and voluntary agencies currently play in your emergency preparedness and response program. Do you have a Volunteer Coordinator in your jurisdiction? Also indicate your plans for increasing opportunities for volunteers and voluntary agencies.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PROGRAM SUSTAINMENT – Describe how your jurisdiction plans to continue support for the Citizen Corps Council and Citizen Corps programs after the grant program ends. Identify possible sources of alternate funding or donations from local businesses, foundations and other sources.


 

 


VULNERABLE POPULATIONS/AREAS PRONE TO DISASTER OR EMERGENCY: From your jurisdiction’s hazard analysis, please identify any vulnerable populations (senior citizens, low income, disabled, single parent, those for which English is a second language, etc.), and areas within the jurisdiction that are especially vulnerable to emergencies/disasters (floodplains, near nuclear power plants, major transportation routes, airports, etc.). Estimate how many vulnerable people or people in disaster/emergency prone areas may benefit from your proposed program(s).

 

 

Certification by the Jurisdiction Representative

I have reviewed the contents of this grant application, including narrative and budget details. I certify the information contained herein, and our jurisdiction’s desire to participate in the Citizen Corps program as indicated in our proposal. If our proposal is selected, the jurisdiction will complete indicated products and submit progress reports on the program as required. I understand that failure to do so may result in limited or no reimbursement from the 2007 Citizen Corps Grant Program.

 

 

 

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Signature

 

_Rick Palmer Chairman Brule County Commission

Printed Name and Title

 

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Date

 

 

 

 
 
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