The Pasadena Police Department is providing the availability of asset forfeiture funds for appropriation to community-based nonprofit organizations whose stated missions are supportive of and consistent with a law enforcement effort, policy, and/or initiative.
The Department of Justice Equitable Sharing Program allows law enforcement agencies to provide support for nonprofit organizations that focus on neighborhood safety, promote crime prevention, provide drug abuse education and offer drug abuse prevention services.
This is accomplished by offering funding to nonprofit organizations which have developed specific projects to address these areas of concern. The Pasadena Police Department’s Asset Forfeiture Community Reinvestment Grant program is a critical component of the police department’s support for the neighborhoods that we protect and serve. The department said it is committed to awarding one qualifying recipient for the maximum allowable amount of $25,000.
For additional information, eligibility requirements and access to the Community Reinvestment Grant application, click the following link: