First Regular Session

Sixty-first General Assembly

LLS NO. 97-0271.01D JBC SENATE BILL 97-192

STATE OF COLORADO

BY SENATORS Lacy, Blickensderfer, and Rizzuto;

also REPRESENTATIVES Grampsas, Owen, and Romero.

APPROPRIATIONS

A BILL FOR AN ACT

Concerning a supplemental appropriation to the department of public safety.

Bill Summary

(Note: This summary applies to this bill as introduced and does not necessarily reflect any amendments which may be subsequently adopted.)

Makes a supplemental appropriation to the department of public safety.

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Colorado:

SECTION 1. Part XVII of section 2 of chapter 324, Session Laws of Colorado 1996, is amended to read:

Section 2. Appropriation.

ITEM &
SUBTOTAL

$
TOTAL


$
GENERAL
FUND

$
GENERAL
FUND
EXEMPT
$

CASH
FUNDS

$
CASH
FUNDS
EXEMPT
$
FEDERAL
FUNDS

$

PART XVII

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY















(1) EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR'S OFFICE












Personal Services

1,657,363








1,657,363

(T)a











(32.0 FTE)




Health, Life, and Dental

2,205,452







61,325

b

2,093,969

c

50,158


Short-term Disability

79,509







2,880

b

74,575

d

2,054


Salary Survey, Anniversary Increases, and Shift Differential

1,937,903







99,686

b

1,798,647

e

39,570


Workers' Compensation

1,929,101








1,929,101

(T)a



Operating Expenses

143,317









143,317

(T)a



Legal Services for 2,113 hours

100,255









100,255

(T)a



Purchase of Services from Computer Center

26,463








26,463

(T)a



Payment to Risk Management and Property Funds

346,031









346,031

(T)a



Vehicle Lease Payments

29,220







5,356

f

23,864

(T)g



Leased Space

338,105









303,013

h

35,092



351,655









316,563

h



Capitol Complex Leased Space

541,302







2,703

i

538,599

j



Lease Purchase - 700 Kipling Street

494,208









494,208

k



Distributions to Local Government

50,000







50,000

l





Witness Protection Program

250,000



250,000












10,128,229














9,891,779


























a These amounts shall be from indirect cost recoveries.

b These amounts shall be from various sources of cash funds.

c Of this amount, $1,604,167 shall be from the Highway Users Tax Fund, $366,928(T) shall be from indirect cost recoveries, and $122,874 shall be from various sources of exempt cash funds.

d Of this amount, $57,673 shall be from the Highway Users Tax Fund, $15,428(T) shall be from indirect cost recoveries, and $1,474 shall be from various sources of exempt cash funds.

e Of this amount, $1,286,886 shall be from the Highway Users Tax Fund, $401,614(T) shall be from indirect cost recoveries, and $110,147 shall be from various sources of exempt cash funds.

f This amount shall be from the Firefighter and First Responder Certification Fund, the Fire Service Education and Training Fund, the Hazardous Materials Responder Voluntary Certification Fund, the Fire Suppression Cash Fund, and the Fireworks Licensing Cash Fund.

g Of this amount, $6,500 shall be from Limited Gaming funds appropriated in the Department of Revenue, and $17,364 shall be from indirect cost recoveries.

h Of this amount, $258,645 shall be from the Highway Users Tax Fund, $35,728(T) shall be from user fees collected from other state agencies for the Garage Operation, $13,550(T) shall be from user fees collected from other state agencies for the Aircraft Pool, and $8,640(T) shall be from Limited Gaming funds appropriated in the Department of Revenue.

i This amount shall be from various sources of cash funds.

j Of this amount, $193,479 shall be from the Highway Users Tax Fund, $337,660(T) shall be from indirect cost recoveries, and $7,460 shall be from various sources of exempt cash funds.

k Of this amount, $310,677 shall be from the Highway Users Tax Fund, and $183,531(T) shall be from indirect cost recoveries.

l This amount shall be from the Hazardous Materials Safety Fund pursuant to Section 42-20-107, C.R.S.















(2) COLORADO STATE PATROL139













Colorado State Patrol Colonel, Lt. Colonels, Majors, Captains

2,594,907









2,594,907

a













(37.0 FTE)



Sergeants, Technicians, and Troopers A and B

23,517,819







204,859

b

22,244,069

c

1,068,891



23,417,619









22,143,869

c











(6.0 FTE)

(473.6 FTE)


(21.0 FTE)

Civilians

6,919,771







20,925

d

6,898,846

e




6,947,893









6,926,968

e











(1.0 FTE)

(193.0 FTE)














(194.0 FTE)




Retirements

400,000









400,000

a



Operating Expenses

1,459,288







95,014

b

1,364,274

f




1,593,012







216,738

b

1,376,274

f



Auto Related Expenses

4,094,205







18,112

b

4,076,093

g




4,108,085









4,089,973

g



Utilities

81,964









81,964

h



Dispatch Contracts

519,250







322,889

b

196,361

(T)I




555,250







358,889

b













(10.1 FTE)


(8.0 FTE)












(11.1 FTE)






State Patrol Training Academy

1,259,787







155,745

j

1,104,042

k




1,359,987









1,204,242

k




(16.0 FTE)












Highway Safety Grants

500,000









500,000

(T)l


Aircraft Pool

288,837









288,837

m



162,577







7,000

j

155,577

m













(2.0 FTE)




Aircraft Engine Reserve

180,000









180,000

(T)n



Capitol and Governor's Security

905,131



607,317






297,814

(T)o




(19.0 FTE)













Highway Road Closure Fund

300,000







300,000

b





Nuclear Materials Transportation

2,500







2,500

p





Hazardous Materials Routing

424,008







92,951

q

331,057

a











(1.5 FTE)

(5.5 FTE)




Hazardous Materials Equipment

171,000









171,000

a



Vehicle Identification Number Inspections

51,185







51,185

d





Garage Operations

762,344









762,344

(T)n




582,643









582,643

(T)n













(3.0 FTE)














(2.0 FTE)




Vehicle Purchases/ Nonfleet

157,000









157,000

r




168,051









168,051

r



Victim Assistance

152,740









152,740

(T)t



Indirect Cost Assessment

5,161,306







64,707

b

5,000,505

s

96,094




49,750,302














49,819,858












a These amounts shall be from the Highway Users Tax Fund.

b These amounts shall be from various local sources of cash funds.

c Of this amount, $21,572,548 $21,472,348 shall be from the Highway Users Tax Fund, $32,127 shall be from various exempt local sources, and $639,394(T) shall be from Limited Gaming funds appropriated in the Department of Revenue.

d These amounts shall be from the Vehicle Identification Number Inspection Fund pursuant to Section 42-5-204, C.R.S.

e Of this amount, $6,870,044 $6,898,166 shall be from the Highway Users Tax Fund, and $28,802(T) shall be from Limited Gaming funds appropriated in the Department of Revenue.

f Of this amount, $1,212,571 shall be from the Highway Users Tax Fund, $107,100 $119,100 shall be from reserves in the Auto Sales Cash Fund, and $44,603(T) shall be from Limited Gaming funds appropriated in the Department of Revenue.

g Of this amount, $4,007,449 $4,021,329 shall be from the Highway Users Tax Fund, and $68,644(T) shall be from Limited Gaming funds appropriated in the Department of Revenue.

h Of this amount, $78,606 shall be from the Highway Users Tax Fund, and $3,358(T) shall be from user fees collected from other state agencies for the Garage Operation.

I Of this amount, $142,025 shall be from the Department of Transportation, and $54,336 shall be from Limited Gaming funds appropriated in the Department of Revenue.

j This amount These amounts shall be from user fees collected.

k Of this amount, $1,046,622 $1,146,822 shall be from the Highway Users Tax Fund, and $57,420(T) shall be from user fees collected from other state agencies.

l This amount shall be from the Department of Transportation.

m Of this amount, $55,568 shall be from the Highway Users Tax Fund, and $233,269(T) $100,009(T) shall be from user fees collected from other state agencies.

n These amounts shall be from user fees collected from other state agencies.

o Of this amount, $246,811 shall be from the Legislative Department, and $51,003 shall be from indirect cost recoveries.

p This amount shall be from the Nuclear Materials Transportation Fund pursuant to Section 42-20-511, C.R.S.

q This amount shall be from the Hazardous Materials Safety Fund pursuant to Section 42-20-107, C.R.S.

r This amount shall be from the sale of used vehicles.

s Of this amount, $4,860,565 shall be from the Highway Users Tax Fund, and $139,940 shall be from various exempt local sources.

t This amount shall be from the Victim's Assistance and Law Enforcement Fund, appropriated in the Department of Public Safety, Division of Criminal Justice.





























(3) DIVISION OF FIRE SAFETY












Personal Services

279,249



59,762




122,009

a

97,478

(T)b







(1.0 FTE)




(3.0 FTE)


(2.0 FTE)




Operating Expenses

97,945



7,087




75,247

a

15,611

(T)b




167,945







145,247

a





Indirect Cost Assessment

31,581







18,440

a

13,141

(T)b




408,775














478,775












a These amounts shall be from the Firefighter and First Responder Certification Fund, the Fire Service Education and Training Fund, the Hazardous Materials Responder Voluntary Certification Fund, the Fire Suppression Cash Fund, and the Fireworks Licensing Cash Fund.

b These amounts shall be from Limited Gaming funds appropriated in the Department of Revenue.















(4) DIVISION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE6












(A) Administration














Personal Services

1,235,366



625,355






260,739

(T)a

349,272






(13.6 FTE)





(5.5 FTE)


(6.5 FTE)


Sick and Annual Payouts

9,122









9,122

(T)b



Operating Expenses

115,738



52,387






25,627

(T)a

37,724


Indirect Cost Assessment

134,619









38,337

(T)a

96,282



1,485,723














1,494,845



























a These amounts shall be from the Judicial Department out of the Victims Assistance and Law Enforcement Fund pursuant to Section 24-33.5-506, C.R.S.

b This amount shall be from indirect cost recoveries.















(B) Victims Assistance














Federal Victims Assistance and Compensation Grants

2,600,000











2,600,000


State Victims Assistance and Law Enforcement Program139a

590,819









590,819

(T)a




3,190,819



























a This amount shall be from the Judicial Department out of the Victims Assistance and Law Enforcement Fund pursuant to Section 24-33.5-506, C.R.S.















(C) Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention














Juvenile Justice Disbursements

974,651











974,651


Juvenile Diversion Programs - Restitution140

1,000,000



1,000,000










Juvenile Diversion Programs - Victim/Offender Mediation140