Where Have All the Dollars Gone?: Implications of General Revenue Sharing for the Law Enforcement Assistance Administration
Department of Justice, Law Enforcement Assistance Administration, National Institute of Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice, 1976 - Federal aid to law enforcement agencies - 76 pages
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A NOTE ON STATE USES OF SHARED REVENUE FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT
Actual-Use reports allocated shared revenue allocations of shared amount of shared areas Arizona Baton Rouge block grant program Brookings field research Brookings sample budget capital items capital projects capital purposes capital spending criminal justice Devoted to Law effects of revenue expenditures for law expenditures for public Fairfield County field research data Field Research Estimates finance fire protection fiscal effects fungibility governments Greece Town Holden Township Irondequoit Kershaw County law enforcement purposes law enforcement spending LEAA LEAF block grant Livingston Township Lowell Town Minnehaha County net-effects analysis North Little Rock Office of Revenue Ohio Orange County Oregon Percent of total police cars police protection police spending public safety expenditures Pulaski County revenue for law revenue sharing funds revenue sharing program Sample Jurisdictions sample units Seminole County shared revenue allocated South Carolina Spending Allocations spending for law substitution effects tax stabilization Theresa Town tion Treasury Tripp County Unweighted mean Percentages