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Other Law & Public Safety

funding levels adjusted for inflation (CPI)

  • Funding History
Adjusted for inflation (CPI) NOT adjusted
FY16$65,980,282$59,351,294
FY15$60,823,497$54,346,601
FY14$56,310,081$49,959,374
FY13$54,385,736$47,512,781
FY12$50,040,286$42,991,896
FY11$48,896,242$40,810,461
FY10$73,839,712$60,430,340
FY09$51,823,894$41,999,237
FY08$50,470,500$40,337,496
FY07$52,229,022$40,249,800
FY06$46,289,118$34,768,666
FY05$68,335,194$49,459,514
FY04$43,981,766$30,904,499
FY03$55,812,426$38,371,109
FY02$97,981,406$65,910,332
FY01$49,806,045$32,920,688
  • See Changes in Funding
Between and
Funding for Other Law & Public Safety
30.7%

comparisons adjusted for inflation (CPI)

Adjusted for inflation (CPI) NOT adjusted
FY21 Gov$70,000,121$70,000,121
FY20$77,812,486$75,968,708

funding levels adjusted for inflation (CPI)

  • Active Line Items
  • All Line Items
FY18FY19FY20FY21 Gov
Public Safety Employees Line of Duty Death Benefits$320,243$941,225$614,562$600,000
Office of Public Safety and Inspections$13,169,985$14,701,410$16,423,756$16,034,593
Executive Office of Public Safety$4,633,350$2,811,328$4,489,597$3,819,293
Recidivism Reduction for Youth and Young Adults$0$0$2,048,540$2,000,000
Boston Regional Intelligence Center$907,356$888,934$870,630$250,000
Non-Profit Public Safety Grants$0$0$1,024,270$1,000,000
Office of Grants and Research$0$0$0$100,000
Department of Fire Services Administration$26,197,420$27,399,201$33,016,544$29,047,062
Grants for Local Fire Departments$0$0$1,701,825$0
Department of Fire Services Retained Revenue$9,074$8,889$8,706$8,500
Boiler Inspection Retained Revenue$2,134,956$2,300,772$2,253,395$2,200,000
Military Division$10,994,586$10,598,361$11,626,678$11,136,893
Armory Rental Fee Retained Revenue$640,487$627,483$1,946,113$1,900,000
Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency$1,041,679$1,077,416$1,267,637$1,903,780
Nuclear Safety Preparedness Program$521,003$512,323$520,233$0
Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency Retained Revenue$213,496$209,161$0$0
FY18FY19FY20FY21 Gov
Public Safety Employees Line of Duty Death Benefits$320,243$941,225$614,562$600,000
Martin H. McNamara V - Firefighter Annuity$0$0$0$0
Fire Department Bulk Extractor Trust Fund Transfer$0$0$0$0
Additional Public Safety Costs$0$0$0$0
Public Safety Costs$0$0$0$0
COPS EPRS UNIT 5$0$0$0$0
FY02 SPAM Unit 5A$0$0$0$0
AED Trust Fund$0$0$0$0
Public Safety/Logan Reserve$0$0$0$0
Logan Airport Security Costs$0$0$0$0
Public Safety Costs Related To 9/11$0$0$0$0
Office of Public Safety and Inspections$13,169,985$14,701,410$16,423,756$16,034,593
Executive Office of Public Safety and Security$0$0$0$0
Public Safety Memorial$0$0$0$0
Fire and Building Inspector Training$0$0$0$0
Emergency Telecommunications$0$0$0$0
Hate Crimes Awareness Program$0$0$0$0
Fire and Building Inspector Education and Training$0$0$0$0
Municipal Firefighting Equipment Grant Program$0$0$0$0
Fire Safety Equipment Grant$0$0$0$0
Worcester Public Safety Completion$0$0$0$0
Fees from Auto Etching Retained Revenue$0$0$0$0
Board of Building Regulations$0$0$0$0
Building Code Training Retained Revenue$0$0$0$0
Architectural Access Board$0$0$0$0
Executive Office of Public Safety$4,633,350$2,811,328$4,489,597$3,819,293
Student Awareness of Fire Education Program$0$0$0$0
Recidivism Reduction for Youth and Young Adults$0$0$2,048,540$2,000,000
Evidence-Based Programming Grants$0$0$0$0
Boston Regional Intelligence Center$907,356$888,934$870,630$250,000
Reduction of Gun Violence Study$0$0$0$0
Non-Profit Public Safety Grants$0$0$1,024,270$1,000,000
Office of Grants and Research$0$0$0$100,000
Democratic National Convention Security Revenue$0$0$0$0
Department of Public Safety and Inspections$0$0$0$0
Commissioner and Deputy Commissioner Salaries$0$0$0$0
Division of Inspections$0$0$0$0
Public Safety Inspectors Salaries$0$0$0$0
Elevator Inspection Fee Retained Revenue$0$0$0$0
Elevator Inspector Civil Fines RR$0$0$0$0
Boiler Inspection Retained Revenue$0$0$0$0
Licensure for Pipefitters$0$0$0$0
Building Code Training Fee Retained Revenue$0$0$0$0
Department of Fire Services Administration$26,197,420$27,399,201$33,016,544$29,047,062
Grants for Local Fire Departments$0$0$1,701,825$0
Department of Fire Services Retained Revenue$9,074$8,889$8,706$8,500
Boiler Inspection Retained Revenue$2,134,956$2,300,772$2,253,395$2,200,000
Fire Prevention - Fire Marshal$0$0$0$0
Hazardous Materials Emergency Response$0$0$0$0
Underground Storage Tank Compliance Standards Enforcement$0$0$0$0
Mass Firefighting Academy$0$0$0$0
Committee on Criminal Justice$0$0$0$0
Military Division$10,994,586$10,598,361$11,626,678$11,136,893
Armory Rental Fee Retained Revenue$640,487$627,483$1,946,113$1,900,000
Mass. Emergency Management Agency$0$0$0$0
Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency$1,041,679$1,077,416$1,267,637$1,903,780
Great Barrington Emergency Relief$0$0$0$0
Disaster Relief Flooding$0$0$0$0
Nuclear Safety Preparedness Program$521,003$512,323$520,233$0
Radiological Emergency Response Plan Evaluations$0$0$0$0
Envir. Monitoring Seabrook Nuclear Power Plant$0$0$0$0
Flood Disaster Reimbursements$0$0$0$0
Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency Retained Revenue$213,496$209,161$0$0
Tropical Storm Floyd Payments$0$0$0$0
Flooding Disaster Relief March 5, 2001$0$0$0$0
Disaster Relief For Various Storms$0$0$0$0
Emergency Relief for Mendon$0$0$0$0
Highway Safety Bureau State Match$0$0$0$0