2010 Maryland Code
Subtitle 5 - Cease Fire Council
Section 5-504 - Cease Fire Council Grant Program.

§ 5-504. Cease Fire Council Grant Program.

(a)  Established.- There is a Cease Fire Council Grant Program. 

(b)  Funding.- The Cease Fire Council Grant Program shall be funded as provided in the State budget. 

(c)  Grants.- Grants made by the Council shall be used to carry out the purposes of this subtitle. 

(d)  Considerations in making grants.- When making grants, the Council shall consider and give priority to: 

(1) comprehensive and coordinated law enforcement and prosecution programs that target criminals and juveniles who use or illegally possess firearms; 

(2) law enforcement and prosecution salaries and overtime in support of firearm violence reduction programs; 

(3) covert firearms-related investigations and debriefing of criminal and juvenile arrestees and offenders for information related to illegal firearms trafficking; 

(4) initiatives that support the tracing of firearms used to commit crimes or delinquent acts and the identification of illegal firearms traffickers; 

(5) purchases of technology and information systems to support firearm violence reduction initiatives; and 

(6) other efforts that aid in apprehending and prosecuting criminals or apprehending and filing a complaint against juveniles who use or illegally possess firearms. 

(e)  Expenditures from Program.- Expenditures from the Cease Fire Council Grant Program may be made only in accordance with the State budget or by budget amendment. 

(f)  Regulations.- The Council shall adopt regulations for the grant process and the oversight of grants made by the Council. 

[An. Code 1957, art. 88B, § 81(b); 2003, ch. 5, § 2.]   

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