2022 Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Grant (JAG)

Public Notice of Grant Solicitation

The Murray City Police Department is submitting a solicitation for the Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG).

This grant program allows states, tribes, and local governments to support a broad range of activities to prevent and control crime based on their own local needs and conditions.  JAG funds can be used for state and local initiatives, technical assistance, training, personnel, equipment, supplies, contractual support, and information systems for criminal justice.

The Murray City Police Department is seeking financial assistance for the purchase of In-Car cameras to be put in Department vehicles.  The Murray City Police Department will utilize FY 2022 JAG funds for the following:

  1. Public Order Gear: Collapsible batons, protective sheilds and shin guards, helmets and fire extingushers.  

 The amount allocated to the City of Murray for this grant is $33,914.00.  The JAG grant program narrative may be viewed online at

Murray City will accept public comments from October 19, 2022 through the close of business on October 31, 2022. Any questions or comments regarding the Justice Assistance Grant or its intended use, are directed to Lieutenant Brian Wright of the Murray City Police Department at 801-264-2673.

Considering the continued rise of COVID-19 case counts in Utah, meeting in an anchor location presents substantial risk to the health and safety of those in attendance because physical distancing measures may be difficult to maintain in the Murray City Council Chambers. Therefore, the City Council Chair has determined, pursuant to Utah Code section 52-4-207(4), that to protect the health and welfare of Murray citizens, an in-person City Council meeting, including attendance by the public and the City Council is not practical or prudent.  In order to safeguard the health of residents, business owners, city employees and elected officials, the public hearing will be held electronically in accordance with Utah Code section 52-4-207 and Murray City Council Resolution #R20-13 adopted on March 17, 2020. 

The public may view the hearing via the live stream at or No physical meeting location will be available. 

If you would like to submit comments for the “public hearing” you may do so by sending an email in advance or during the meeting to Comments are limited to less than 3 minutes, include your name and contact information, and they will be read into the record.

Murray City Police Department
5025 S State
Murray, Utah 84107
Phone: 801-264-2673