Washington State Patrol
|Annual FTEs||General Fund State||Other Funds||Total Funds|
|(Dollars in Thousands)|
2017-19 Maintenance Other Changes
|Other Fund Adjustments||0.0||0||(375)||(375)|
|Fire Mobilization Costs||0.0||0||4,975||4,975|
|2017-19 Maintenance Other Changes Total||0.0||0||4,600||4,600|
|Total Maintenance Changes||0.0||0||4,600||4,600|
|2017-19 Maintenance Level||2,447.5||90,462||609,905||700,367|
2017-19 Policy Other Changes
|Carbon Monoxide Corrections||0.0||0||518||518|
|County Criminal Justice Services||0.0||0||510||510|
|Executive Protection Funding||0.0||715||0||715|
|Bump Stock Buyback Program||0.0||374||0||374|
|2017-19 Policy Other Changes Total||0.0||1,089||1,028||2,117|
|Total Policy Changes||0.0||1,089||1,028||2,117|
|2017-19 Policy Level||2,447.5||91,551||610,933||702,484|
Expenditure authority is reduced to reflect available revenue.
Funding is provided to cover costs incurred by local jurisdictions, other state and federal agencies, and volunteer firefighters for combating wildfires in Washington.
To correct carbon monoxide leaking issues, WSP will install carbon monoxide detectors in existing cars and purchase more environmentally-friendly vehicles.
The Washington State Patrol provides investigative assistance and reports to aid in the successful prosecution of criminals. Funding is provided to maintain the current level of services to support local police, sheriff departments, and multi-agency task forces.
Funding is provided for additional costs associated with the Executive Protection Unit.
This item will fund the implementation of the bump-fire stock buyback program (Chapter 7, Laws of 2018). The Washington State Patrol will travel to locations statewide to conduct the program and contract with an outside vendor to destroy the surrendered bump-fire stocks.