The evaluation is expected to include a review of the local government’s loss control program and its management. It will also examine the entity’s automobile loss control, employment practices, law enforcement, jail or detention facilities, parks and recreation areas, as well as its streets and roads department and its water and sewer department.
Following the assessment, the insurer will provide the city or county management with an analysis of its current loss control efforts as well as a comparison of its programs to those used by other public entities that have low loss frequencies.
The grants will be awarded on a first-come, first-served basis to public entities with a population of 7,500 or more, and with at least one ICMA member employee.
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