Representative McCluskie, bill sponsor, introduced HB21-1030. This bill allows additional public safety agencies to apply to the newly renamed Peace Officers Mental Health Support and Community Partnerships Grant Program (grant program) to provide on-scene responsive services for calls related to mental health and social service needs. The bill also changes the allocation for how funding may be used to award grants. For the first $2.0 million in state funds provided to the program, the allowable uses remain the same. For any non-state funds or any additional state funds appropriated after the initial $2.0 million in current law, the bill allows the program to make grants for onâscene responsive services. In addition, the bill removes the repeal date for the grant program, encourages grant recipients to work with their regional community-based service providers, updates SMART Act reporting requirements, and removes outdated language.