Domestic Terrorism Prevention Grant Program
The FY2022 Domestic Terrorism Prevention (DTP) Grant Program provides funding to counties to build New York State’s capability to prevent targeted violence and domestic terrorism through the utilization of Threat Assessment and Management (TAM) teams and the development of comprehensive Domestic Terrorism Plans. Only counties within New York State and New York City are eligible to apply for the FY2022 Domestic Terrorism Prevention Grant Program. Additional eligibility criteria is listed in the Grant Guidelines.
- Grant Guidelines
- Application Worksheet
- E-Grants Tutorial
- County Domestic Terrorism Plan Guidance
- TAM Team Primer
- New York State Targeted Violence Prevention (TVP) Strategy
A technical assistance webinar was held on August 24, 2022. The slide deck and recording are posted below for reference.
In September 2022, DHSES conducted a series of informational webinars to cover a variety of topics including an overview of Executive Order 18: Preventing and Responding to Domestic Terrorism, domestic terrorism prevention plans, Threat Assessment and Management (TAM) teams, and the Domestic Terrorism Prevention Grant Program. The slide deck is posted below for reference.
Interoperable and Emergency Communications Grants
The Statewide Interoperable Communications Grant (SICG) Program is a state-funded program to provide developmental support for interoperable communications and enhance the growth of regional communications partnerships throughout the State. The program consists of targeted grants (SICG-Targeted); formula-based grants (SICG-Formula) for large-scale radio projects; and public safety answering points (PSAP) grants, which are annual formula-driven grants to support ongoing operations of public safety communications centers.
Statewide Interoperable Communications Targeted Grant (SICG-Targeted)
The objective of the Statewide Interoperable Communications Targeted Grant (SICG-Targeted) Program is to close gaps in the interoperability infrastructure, regional communications deficiencies, improve redundancy and resiliency, and implementation of National Interoperability channels. All New York State counties are eligible for SICG-Targeted funding.
2023 Statewide Interoperable Communications Grant Program (2023 SICG-Targeted Program)
A total of $20 million in funding is available for the 2023 Statewide Interoperable Communications Grant Program (2023 SICG-Targeted Program).
Eligible Applicants: County governments within New York State or New York City requesting funding for the benefit of the county as a single entity. Additional eligibility criteria are listed in the 2023 SICG-Targeted Grant Program Request for Applications.
The application deadline is September 8, 2023, by 5:00 pm.
Statewide Interoperable Communications Formula-Based Grant (SICG-Formula)
The Statewide Interoperable Communications Formula-Based Grant (SICG-Formula) Program focuses on minimizing gaps in interoperable communications by aligning technology acquisitions with operational use by first responders, which provides the foundation necessary to accomplish a high level of interoperability. The SICG-Formula Program concentrates on improving interoperability and operability of communications systems in New York State. All New York State counties receive funding through the SICG-Formula Program.
Public Safety Answering Points Grant (PSAP)
The Public Safety Answering Points (PSAP) Grant Program provides funding to all New York State county governments to consolidate and improve their public safety answering point and emergency call center operations.
Recruitment and Retention Grant Program
The Recruitment and Retention Grant Program provides funding to support county and local fire and EMS agencies in their efforts to recruit new and retain existing fire and EMS volunteers.
There are currently no Recruitment and Retention grants available.
Securing Communities Against Hate Crimes Grant Program
New York State, committed to ensuring the safety and equal treatment of all New Yorkers, launched the Securing Communities Against Hate Crimes (SCAHC) Program to boost safety and security at New York's nonpublic nonprofit schools, nonprofit day care centers, nonprofit community centers, nonprofit cultural museums, nonprofit residential camps and nonprofit day camps at risk of hate crimes or attacks because of their ideology, beliefs, or mission.
Please note that future funding opportunities of the Securing Communities Against Hate Crimes Program will be administered by the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS): https://www.criminaljustice.ny.gov/ofpa/index.htm