SAFETY ENHANCEMENT STIPEND

THE SAFETY ENHANCEMENT STIPEND (SES) PROGRAM BEGAN IN 2004 TO PROVIDE FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE TO PUBLIC SAFETY AGENCIES FOR EQUIPMENT OR TRAINING TO ENHANCE THE SAFETY OF LAW ENFORCEMENT PERSONEL AND FIREFIGHTERS.
THE SES PROGRAM ALLOWS AGENCIES TO OBTAIN EQUIPMENT AND TRAINING THAT IS UNAVAILABLE THROUGH OTHER FUNDING.

ATTN:

100 Club of Arizona
Attn: SES
333 N. 44th St, Ste. #100
Phoenix, AZ 85008

Deadlines:

March 15, June 15, September 15, December 15

Upon approval, agencies will receive guidelines for purchasing approved safety equipment.

Safety-Equipment-Stipend-Mini-Grant-Report-TEMPLATESES-Request-Form

Award Questionnaire for SES recipients:
**Agencies that have already been awarded with a Safety Enhancement Stipend are required to fill out the SES Questionnaire Report. Safety-Equipment-Stipend-Mini-Grant-Report-TEMPLATE must be filled out by December 31 of the awarding year and is mandatory prior to applying for future SES awards. Please fax or email the report to Patti Ballentine at pattib@100club.org or 602-242-1715. We encourage you to please send photos of your officers and firefighters in action using their new equipment!**

SAFETY ENHANCEMENT STIPEND POLICIES AND APPLICATION PROCEDURES:

  • Safety Enhancement Stipends will be awarded on a quarterly basis.
  • The value and number of awards will be determined by the 100 Club of Arizona Board of Directors.
  • All city, county, state, federal and tribal public safety agencies in the state of Arizona are eligible to apply for SES funds.
  • There are no restrictions on the number of times an agency can apply for a Safety Enhancement Stipend. Any agency that receives a SES award is asked to wait one quarter before reapplying.
  • All requests must be submitted to the 100 Club of Arizona via the SES-Request-Form.
  • All requests must come from the department head of the requesting agency or a designee.
  • A minimum of two quotes is required and must be submitted in writing. Please include the two quotes with the application.
  • Quotes must be on approved letterhead from a vendor and must meet the specifications of the applying agency.
  • If two or more quotes are equal, then a recommendation from the department head is requested.
  • All purchased equipment will be the sole property of the agency receiving the equipment and is not to be owned by any individual public safety employee.
  • All purchased equipment must be used solely for the protection of public safety officers or firefighters.
  • All purchased equipment is not to be sold by the receiving agency without the written approval of the 100 Club of Arizona.
  • All requests must be received by 5 p.m. on the dates listed below. Faxed or emailed applications will not be accepted. Requests should be mailed or hand-delivered to the 100 Club of Arizona.