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File #: 33371    Version: 1 Name: Transfer Police Training Center Capital Funds to In-Car Video Project
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 3/7/2014 In control: BOARD OF ESTIMATES (ended 4/2017)
On agenda: 4/8/2014 Final action: 4/8/2014
Enactment date: 4/10/2014 Enactment #: RES-14-00238
Title: Amending the 2014 Capital Budget to move $60,000 in GO Borrowing from the Police Department Training Facility Project to the Police Department In-Car Video Project
Sponsors: Paul R. Soglin
Fiscal Note
This resolution transfers $60,000 of General Obligation borrowing and associated expenditure authority from one Police Department 2014 capital project to another.  There is no overall net impact on the whole of the 2014 Police Department adopted capital budget funding levels.  $60,000 will be transferred from the Police Department 2014 capital project No. 6, "LEED Improvements to Training Facility", Acc't No. 810642, to project No. 2, "In-Car Video Project," Acc't No. 810777, as follows:
 
     CB71-58401-810642    ($60,000)
    CB71-79140-810642     $60,000
:
    CE71-58505-810777      $60,000
                CE71-79140-810777     ($60,000)
Title
Amending the 2014 Capital Budget to move $60,000 in GO Borrowing from the Police Department Training Facility Project to the Police Department In-Car Video Project
 
Body
WHEREAS, since 2004 the Madison Police Department has utilized video units in all police squad cars; and,
 
WHEREAS, these units are now outdated and frequently non-functional, and the video has poor microphone and picture quality; and,
 
WHEREAS, the 2014 Capital Budget includes $945,000 in direct appropriations to fund the purchase and installation of new video units; and,
 
WHEREAS, utilizing updated video technology will result in capture of high definition video that requires added storage capacity; and,
 
WHEREAS, any video obtained from police vehicles needs to be stored a minimum number of days in order to meet State requirements; and,
 
WHEREAS, in reviewing the proposals for replacement of these units, the Information Technology Department has indicated that there is a need to purchase a server to provide added storage capacity; and,
 
WHEREAS, funding was allocated in 2012 to finalize the remodel of the Police Training Center on Femrite Dr; and,
 
WHEREAS, actual construction costs for the remodel of the Police Training Center were less than anticipated resulting in a savings of $60,000.
 
NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the 2014 Police Capital Budget is hereby amended to transfer $60,000 from the Police Training Center Capital Project (CB71-58401-810642) to the Police In-Car Video Capital Project (CE71-58505-810777).