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PUBLIC LAW 90-351-JUNE 19, 1968
such State planning agency a comprehensive State plan formulated pursuant to part B of this title. SEC. 303. The Administration shall make grants under this title sta°eTranr"re^^ to a State planning agency if such agency has on file with the Ad- quirements.' ministration an approved comprehensive State plan (not more than one year in age) which conforms with the purposes and requirements of this title. Each such plan shall— (1) provide for the administration of such grants by the State planning agency; (2) provide that at least 75 per centum of all Federal funds granted to the State planning agency under this part for any fiscal year will be available to units of general local government or combinations of such units for the development and implementation of programs and projects for the improvement of law enforcement; (3) adequately take into account the needs and requests of the units of general local government in the State and encourage local initiative in the development of programs and projects for improvements in law enforcement, and provide for an appropriately balanced allocation of funds between the State and the units of general local government in the State and among such units; (4) incorporate innovations and advanced techniques and coh-H "L O f <. q tain a comprehensive outline of priorities for the improvement and '
coordination of all aspects of law enforcement dealt with in the ! plan, including descriptions of: (A) general needs and problems; | (B) existing systems; (C) available resources; (D) organiza- \ tional systems and administrative machinery for implementing the plan; (E) the direction, scope, and general types of improve- \ ments to be made in the future; and (F) to the extent appropriate, I the relationship of the plan to other relevant State or local law \ enforcement plans and systems; | (5) provide for effective utilization of existing facilities and~^ permit and encourage units of general local government to combine or provide for cooperative arrangements with respect to services, facilities, and equipment; (6) provide for research and development; (7) provide for appropriate review of procedures of actions taken by the State planning agency disapproving an application for which funds are available or terminating or refusing to continue financial assistance to units of general local government or combinations of such units; (8) demonstrate the willingness of the State and units of general local government to assume the costs of improvements funded under this part after a reasonable period of Federal assistance; (9) demonstrate the willingness of the State to contribute technical assistance or services for programs and projects contemplated by the statewide comprehensive plan and the programs and projects contemplated by units of general local government; (10) set forth policies and procedures designed to assure that Federal funds made available under this title will be so used as not to supplant State or local funds, but to increase the amounts of such funds that would in the absence of such Federal funds be made available for law enforcement; (11) provide for such fiscal control and fund accounting procedures as may be necessary to assure proper disbursement of and accounting of funds received under this part; and