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Quotation 9098
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02107112

A4-2719777

conrror Act fritre 2z,u.s.c.,sec z757,et seq.) or r]re Erporr Administrarion Acr pp.2401et seq. and which may not be exported, released or disclosed to non-U.S. persons (i.e. persons who are trot U.S. citizens or lawful permanent residents f"green card" holdersJJ inside or outside the United States, without first obtaining an export license. Violations of these export laws are subject to severe civil, criminal and administrative penalties

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THE WRITTEN APPROVAL OF THE DIRECTORATE OF US DEFENSE TRADE CONTROLS AND LENCO INDUSTRIES, INC. MUSI BE OBTAINEO BEFORE RESELLING, TRANSFFRRTNG, TRANSSHtptN6, OR DlSpOStNG OF A DEFENSE ARTTCLE TO ANY END USER, END USE OR DESTTNATION OTHER THAN AS STATED ON THIS LENCO qUOTE OR THE SHIPPER'S EXPORT DECLARATION IN CASES WHERE AN EXEMPTION.IS CLAIMED UNDER THIS SUBCHAPTER ITAR 123.9(A).

wE ARE PLEASED TO SUBMIT TrrE ABOVE QUOTATTON rOR YOIIR CONSTDERATTON. SHOULD YOU PLACE AN ORIIE& BE ASSURED IT WILL RECEryE OUR PROMPT ATTENTION. THIS QUOTATION IS VALID FOR 30 DAYS.
THEREAFTER, IT IS SUBJECT TO CIIANGE WITHOUT NOTICE

AC CEPTANCE OF PROPOSAL
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LENCO INDUSTRIES INC.

Authorized Signature

BATT S AP BERKELEY POLICE DEPARTMENT

BERKELEY POLICE DEPARTMENT The Armored Group, LLC.


221 W. Lancaster Ave., Suite 120A2

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BATT S AP BERKELEY POLICE DEPARTMENT


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All Cabin vertical

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wall, armored to defeat

Vertical Panels Floor is a rmoreffiiih-ETlasTElligati

--2.f iece windshield with sun band, Two (2) Front door windows, Four Two (2) Rear windows . Windows in rear compartment are designed at an anglelo allow for easier viewing of high ground threats

(4) Horizontal windows in side walls'

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Hood Armored Behind OEM Fenders and Head Lights

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Front doors hinged Fonvard; Able to lock forward to be used as shields
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Double reardoors with hold backs; protection

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lnterior steel grab handles for stabilization inside cabin and rear officer's area Exterior steel grab handles.for riding on running boards

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roof mounted grab/assist handles on rear of truck Roof Access steps on rear of unit

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(2) Front seats; Driver's seat is high back adjustable Passenger seat is a Custom Flip Up Rescue Seat to allow for exit and entry from side passenger door

Exterior mirrors have convex mirror; Power and Heated

(4) Heavy duty tow hooks; (2) on front bumper; (2) on rear bumper

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BATT S AP

BERKELEY POLICE DEPARTMENT


lnterior rear bench seats for 10'12 officers . Bench seat covers made of ballistic nylon to reduce chance to tear, cut or puncture '. Seats are padded and have padded back rests Storage Under Seats with Pneumatic Assist Rods r Qaalinn is 18" Lonq",-_ Seatino ic 'l Q," | ^ndar
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Large, Extended 20" Rear Deployment step mounted to help with egress . lncludes additional rear bumpei tignt so officers can see while deploying in nigh operations; Allows for bumper illumination without having to use flash lights and brighter reverse lights
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BATT S AP BERKELEY POLICE DEPARTMENT


Electrical Package:

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Red & Blue LED Flashing Lights front and Rear; Wig Wags front and back Siren & PA System Stealth Switch to kill brake Iights, reverse lights, running lights, etc LED Police Style Light Bar

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S}rstern. Large Additional rear Air Conditioning and Heating unit mounted in rear officer's area for additional cooling and heating; includes second condenser . Mounted driver's slde behind driver; mounted high on bulkhead partition to allow for maximum distribution of air flow; Not ceiling mounted - we have found ceiling mounts get in the way of officers deploying and entering the vehicle

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BATT S AP BERKELEY POLICE DEPARTMENT


Vehicle lnsulation Package '. Roof and vertical side panels fully insulated with 2" of lnsulation lnsulation also in turret lid

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BATT S AP

BERKELEY POLICE DEPARTMENT


Double Flip Out Running Boards . Allows for additional footing when needed; fold out of the way when not needed

Run Flat Tire Package . lncludes addition of 6 static mounted run flats

increase of tire size

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conditions Upgraded Suspension sYstem for increased maneuverability and handling in off road . lncludes ----: rdes r lncludes upgraoeo snocKs (7) RedMhite lnternal Roof mounted lights . Allows for either White or Red or Both; Master switch in cabin; Also can control light from seat . 6 Units in rear of vehicle evenly spaced; 1 unit center of front cabin seats

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Paint

lnstall Color Back Up Camera to be viewed through V Mux

Exterior painled to Customer Choice of Color Black Rirns, Black Bumpers, Black Gun Ports Rear Doors do not have Chip Guard Paint lnterior Painted with Charcoal Gray Zolotone

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V-Mux Control System . Allows integration of current and future technology . Screen is used for the Back Up Camera . Controls all lighting packages . Helps reduce number of relays used and reduces size of center console . Allows for larger gateway in and out of side cabin door during deployment . Runs Rear HVAC system like a regular vehicle . Sel certain degrees of temperature and internal thermostat runs system . Has 3 inputs . Can watch robots on screen r Can run computer through system . Helps diagnose potential issues . Such as low voltage, wiring issues, etc . Dramatically reduces down time with easier, self diagnostics . Can be hooked to phone line and we can read system from our location . Head swivels and is moveable for better viewing by driver, passenger, or rear officers . Upgradable

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Our Exelusive Curved Wall Design Allows Room to ttl-qyg

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Rear Doors Lock at 90

to Provide Officer's a Safe and Tactical

Gun Position

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L'lttehsystem and still allows room for officers to sit on seats comfortably; Room to work on officer

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lnterior Room Gives Ability to use as Scene Command Unit

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BATT insulation package, large A/C System

keeps our units comfortable in hot temper


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Chassis Specs betow:

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New Ford F-550 Super Duty commercial chassis


6.BL V10 Gas (Turbo DieselAvailable as Option)

Heavy Duty Steel Rims 4-wheel drive Automatic transmission with overdrive OEM in dash air conditioning , heating and defrost Mono-beam leaf spring suspension with rear stabilizer bar Am-Fm Stereo Radio with clock Sealed halogen headlamps Tilt wheel 4.BB LTD Slip Rears

PRICING FOR ARMORED BATT S


FRETGHT TO BERKELEY POLICE

AP:
PD:

$175,087'50
$3,4OO.OO

DEPARTMENT:

TOTAL FOR BATT S AP SHIPPED TO BERKELEY

$178,487.50

*Price includes 8.75% SalesTax


BREAKOUT OF PRICING ARMOR

PACKAGE:

$127,500.00 $33,500.00 $14,087.50 $3,400.00

CHASSIS: SALES TAX (8.75%l: FREIGHT: TOTAL:

$178,087.50

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January 19,2012

Bay Area UASI FY 2012 PROIECT PROPOSAT FORM


projects should be saved using the following naming convention: Planning Hub Name*Project Name_Primary Bay Area Strategy Goal or Core Cify Name-Project Name_Primary Bay Area Strategy Goal or Sustainment Project Name_Pimary Bay Area
Strategy Goal. For example, an East Bay project focused on interoperable communications could be saved as East Bay_Interoperable Communications Equipment*Goal 3 and a core city training and exercise project could be saved as San Francisco Training Coordinator-Goal 8.

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I. BACKGROUND INFORMATION

Position Title

Andrew B. Rateaver Ciw of Berkelev Police Sergeant/project coordinator for North County Tactical Working
510.) 981-5900 5101 981-5960

Email

ARateaver@ Ci.berkeley.ca. us

This project would result in the purchase and deployment of a tactical intervention vehicle (TIVI for the joint use of three poll.u agencies in the north end of the Alameda County 0perational Area: Albany Police, Berkeley Police and UC Berkeley Police. Due to the unique relationship between the Universify and these two cities, these three agencies have a history of mutual response to critical incidents. This proposal fills an identified gap in resources for this portion of the Operational Area. While other agencies in the Operational Area have TIVs available, due to the population density, frequency of use and the events that often happen concurrently, it is not often practical to request mutual aid assistance from these other asencies and their TIV's.
2012 UASI PROJECT TEMPLATE 02.28,1,2 For Official Use Only

emergency public safery and security, as well as responder safefy. Having a TIV in this geographical area would also make this specialized resource available to other nearby bperational Areas. The Contra Costa 0.A. is immediately adjacent to UC, Berkeleyand Albany. The Marin and San Francisco OperationalAreas are less than 20 miles away. Funding a TIV that is staged in the Berkeley-Albany-UC area is a strategic location for mutual aid response to

Frrdirg rf thii pro;ect would make available a unique resource that could be used to enhance

other areas.

II, ALIGNMENT WITH THE BAYAREA HOMELAND SECURITY STRATEGY

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Develoo a Reeional Risk Management and Planning Progralq Enhance Information Analysi s and I nfrastructure Protection Capg!t]{tg! Strengthen Communications Capabilities

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T @Eiologica1,Radiological,Nuclear,andExplosives(CBRNE) Detection, Response, and Decontamination Cqpabilities tr Enhance Medical and Public Health Preparedness
Strenethen Emergency Planning and Citizen Preparedness Enhance Recoverv Capabilities Enhance Homeland Securiff Exercise, Evaluation and Training Programs

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"...Bay Area

LE...will ensure suspects involved in criminal activities related to HS are...disrupted, investigated and aoorehended."

0ffenders are often armed with weapons and the intent and skill t0 use them. The extended range threat of these firearms (rifles] easily available to suspects place responders at risk. Without a way to close in on identified susPects, the ability to disrupt and apprehend is limited. An armored tactical intervention vehicle fills that gap.

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III. FUNDING

Plannin nization Eouinment


Exercises

$ 227,958.00

TorRL PnoJncr Cosrs

2012 UASI PROJECT TEMPLATE 02.28.12 For Official Use OnlY

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AEL Number: 1ZVE-00-MISS, AEL Title: Vehicle, Specialized Mission

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General Funds Other Grant Funds

$ $

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2012 UASI PROJECT TEMPLATE 02.28.12

For OfficialUse Only

Canabitities SelectlO
Communications

Mrtt Mitch *itt'S"cti

get CaPabilities

Amount of Funding Per

Coffi uniWrenared
Risk Management

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lndicators and

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and Law Enforcement

$ 227,958.00

CenNr Detection
Critlcat nfrastructure Pro!qc'!1cn
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On-Site tncident Management s Center Man Volunteer Mrnagement and Donations r Safety and Health Environmental Health onse OPerations Exolosive Device fire tncident Response Su esPonse and

lsotation and Quarantine Search and Rescue (Land-Based PuUtic tniormation and War

Mass ProPhylaxis

Structtlrat Oamage Assessment Restoration of Lifelines fconomic and Community Re

2012 UASI PROJECT TEMPLATE 02.28.12 For Official Use OnlY

IV. Proiect Impacts and Outcomes

ie'.,.vehiclethatwillprovideandgreatlyenhanced

.rprbititi"s for the agencies in the northern portion of the Alameda County Operational Area the region as well as neighboring Operational Areas. Having this resource in this portion of will allow a ripid rurponr. to events involving on-going gun-fire andf or the potential for coming under fire during the response.
The cities of Albany and Berkeley, along with the University of California-Berkeley are all jurisdictions withinthe northern part of our Operational Area (county). They are separate All Lgenci"s, both local and state, but have jurisdictions that overlap and are very integrated. miles to 12 tliree jurisdictions are adjacent to the Contra Costa Operational Area, and are within fwo others.

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the City of nerteley. Theselncidents have been documented in police incident reports and as after action reports. Mutual Aid has been sent to the other neighboring 0perational Areas well.
group is to The three agencies have formed together to create a working group. The goal of this mutual aid equipment. The enhance multi-agency coordination through joint training and shared is working group has identified a gap in its capabilities when responding to atactical event: there in this portion of the no imm"Jiate protective (armored; first responder vehicle available Operational Area.

each three agencies respond together on many calls, monitor each other's radios and reiy on other in emergency siiuations. Example: It is not uncommon for events to begin in the University Village in the City of Albany and resolve on the city stieets in the City of Albany or

via Other jurisdictions in the Operational Area have armored vehicles, and they can be requested goes mutual aid. But the equipment is not always available, or may be in use already. Aslime do they on, requests become more frequent, putting a strain on the providing agency' Not only have to provide the equipment, but the personnel to operate it. Having an armored tactical intervention vehicle funded for the north county Operationai An Area will result in an outcome that enhances options available to first responders. protect first armored tactical intervention vehicle will result in a greater capability to It will also responders and increase the abiliry to disrupt and apprehend suspect offenders' protection during SAR be able to deliver security teams into affect areas to provide force operations, while protecting responders from secondary trauma.

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This proposal, if funded, will directly benefit the Alameda County Operational Area. It may also benefit the Contra Costa Counry San Francisco and Marin Operational Areas.

V. Project Management

iliTESTONE i'iNuerBER',
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Mrrssrolvs Nerrle/DrscRIPTloN Final Grant Approval

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Grant Asreement Purchase Research

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07/3t/20L3
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Biddins/Selection Delivery of equipment

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Training
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This oroiect is a maintenance proiect. This proiect is a self-contained pro ect is nart of an ongoing initiative. This

2012 UASI PROIECT TEMPLATE 02.28.12 For Official Use Only

This project is part of an on-going initiative to improve the coordinated response and capabilities of the agencies in the North Alameda Countyregion. AIong with the coordinated MACTAC training recently approved for all three agencies, this vehicle will increase and enhance this partnership.

All three agencies will commit local funds for the on-going maintenance and support of the Armored Vehicle and the building for housing the vehicle. Electricity, fuel, mechanical maintenance and training are all items that will be paid for through local funds going forward.

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Bay Area UASI FY \ALZ PROIECT PROPOSAL FORM


I. BACKGROUND INFORMATION

Position Title

Email

result in the purchase and deployment of an armored vehicle [AVl for the joint use of three police agencies in the North end of Alameda County Operational Area: Albany Police, Berkeley Police and UC Berkeley Police. This proposal fills an identified gap in resources for portion of the Operational Area. While other agencies in the Operational Area have AVs available,-due to the population density, frequency of use and the events that often happen concurrently, it is not often practical to request mutual aid assistance from these other agencies and their AV's. Additionally, these three agencies have a history of mutual response to critical incidents due to the unique nature of the inter-play of the University and these two cities.

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Funding of this project woulcl make available a unique resource that could be used to enhance emergency public safety and security, as well as responder safety. It would allow future tion and resoonse missions. trainins with other responders to enhance prevention,

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Bay Area UASI FY 2012Project Proposal Form

II. ALIGNMENT WITH THE BAY AREA HOMETAND SECURITY STRATEGY

Develoo a Reeional Risk Management and Plannin Enhance Information Analysis and Infrastructure Protection Capabilities en Communications Capabilities Stre Strengthen Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosives (CBRNE) Detection, Response, and Decontamination Capabilities Enhance Medical and Public Health Preparedness Plannins and Citizen Preparedness Strenethen Em Enhance Recoverv Capabilities Enhance Homeland Securilv Exercise, Evaluation and Training Programs

"...Bay Area

LE,..will ensure suspects involved in crirninal activities related to HS are...dismpted, investigated and anorehended." "Search and rescue operations... will be conducted...

Offenders are often armed with weapons and the intent and skill to use them. The extended range threat of these firearms friflesJ easily available to suspects place responders at risk. Without a way to close in on identified susPects, the ability to disrupt and apprehend is limited. An armored resclle vehicle fills that gaP.

while rnaintaining
rescuer safety"

In a CBRNE event, it is possible the suspects would still be in the area, waiting to ambush responders: the so-called "secondary device". Having an armored rescue vehicle allows responders to conduct SAR operations in the affected area in a vehicle that would be resistant to blast and fragmentation.

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Bay Area UASI FY 2012Proiect Proposal Form

"...develop systems to
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rapidly identify...
CBRNE

The proposed armored rescue vehicle can be used to transport EOD techs. and their reconnaissance robots in and out ofan unsecure area

materials... "Public safety bomb squads...will sustain capabilities to provide on4.4


scene threat assesstnents...

Two of the three agencies in this proposal have bomb squad capabilities within their agencies. Each of these teams has retnote controlled reconnaissance robots. Supporting these teams with an armored veliicle means the ability to transport the robot, the robot operator and the equiprnent with a security team. This would include the capability to transport into an unsecured area, thus maintaining the capability to "provide on scene threat assessment. "

III. FUNDING

Planni

0reanization
$227,958.00

Trainin

Torar Pnolrcr Cosrs

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Bay Area UASI FY 2012Project Proposal Form

General Funds Other Grant Funds Tornr, OrHrn Furuptruc

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Bay Area UASI FY 2012ProjectProposal Form

Strategy Objective/Target Capabilities (Capabilities Selected Must Match with Section l!.8.)
Plannino Communications Community Preparedness and Participation Risk Manaqement lntelliqence and lnformation Sharing and Dissemlnation lnformation Gathering and Recognition of lndicators and Warninos lntelliqence Analvsis and Production Counter Terror lnvestiqation and Law Enforcement CBRNE Detection Critical I nfrastructure Protection Epidemioloqical Surveillance and lnvestigation Laboratory Testinq On-Site lncident Manaqement Emerqencv Operations Center Management Critical Resource Loqistics and Distribution Volunteer Manaqement and Donations Resoonder Safetv and Health Emeroencv Public Safetv and Securitv Environmental Health Exolosive Device Response Operations Fire lncident Response Support WMD and Hazardous Materials Response and Decontamination Citizen Evacuation and Shelter-in-Place lsolation and Quarantine Search and Rescue (Land-Based) Emeroencv Public lnformation and Warning Emerqencv Triaqe and Pre-Hospital Treatment Medical Suroe Medical Suoolies Manaqement and Distribution Mass Proohvlaxis Mass Care (Sheltering, Feeding, and Related Services) Fatality Manaqement Structural Damage Assessment Restoration of Lifelines Economic and Communitv Recovery

Amount of Funding per Obiective/Capability

$227,958.00

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Bay Area UASI FY 2Al2Proiect Proposal Form

IV. Proiect Impacts and Outcomes

This project will funcl an armored rescue vehicle that will provide and greatly enhanced capabilities for the agencies in the northern portion of the Alameda County 0perational Area. Having this resource iir this portion of the operational area will allow the three agencies in that area to respond quickly to events involving on-going gun-fire and/or the potential for coming under fire during the response.
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The cities of Albany and Berkelel-, along rvith the Universit-v of California-Berkelel'- are all jurisclictions within the northem part of our operational area (count,v). The-v are separate agencies, both local and state, but have jurisdictions that overlap and are very integrated. All three agencies respond together on manv calls, monitor each other's radios and rely on each other in emergenc,v situations. Example: It is not uncommon for events to begin ir-r the University Village in the' City of Albany and resolve on the city streets in the City of Albany or the City of Berkeley. These inciclents have been clocumented in police incident reports and after action reports'
The three agencies have formed together to create a working grt)up. The goal of this group is to 'Ihe enhance multi-agency coordination through joint training and shared mutual aid equipment. r,vorking group has identihed a gap in its capabilities rvhen responding to a tactical event: there is

no immediate protective (armored) first responder vehicle available in this portion of the operation
area.
-. Other jurisdictions in the operatit-rnal area have armored vehicles, and they can be recluested via mutual aid. But the equipment is not alu,a-vs available, or ma)= be in use already'. As time goes on, requests become more frequent, putting a strain on the proi.'iding agenc-Y. Not only do they have to pror,'ide the equipment, but the personnel.to operate it. r t I

Having an armored vehicle funded for the north county operational area will result in an outcome that enhances options available to first responders. An armored rescue vehicle will result in a greater capability to protect first responders and increase the ability to disrupt and apprehencl suspect offenders. An armored first responder vehicle will benefit the area by allowing the safe deployment of bomb squads and detection robots into unsecured areas. It will also be able to deliver security teams into affect areas to provicle force protection cluring SAR operations, while protection responders from secondary trauma. This proposal, if funded, will directly benefit the Alarneda County Operational Area' It may indirectly benefit the Contra Costa County Op. Area.

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V. Project Management

Final GrantAnuroval

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lnvolved Agency Approval


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This proiect is a maintenance This oroiect is a self-contained ns initiative. This oroiect is Dart of an on

This project is part of an on-going initiative to improve the coordinated response and capabilities of the agencies in the North County region" Along with the coordinated MACTAC training recently approved for all three agencies, this vehicle will increase and enhance this partnershi

For Official Use Only

Bay Area UASI FY 2Al2Project Proposal Form

All three agencies will commit local funds for the on-going maintenance and support of the Armored Vehicle and the building for housing the vehicle. Electricity, fuel, mechanical maintenance and training are all items that will be paid for through local funds going forward.