Department of Defense Excess Property Program (DoD 1033)

THIS WEBSITE IS APPLICABLE TO MISSOURI AGENCIES ONLY

The Secretary of Defense is authorized by 10 USC § 2576a to transfer to Federal and State Agencies, personal property that is excess to the needs of the Department of Defense (DOD) and that the Secretary determines is suitable to be used by such agencies in law enforcement activities, with emphasis on counter-drug/counter-terrorism activities, under such terms prescribed by the Secretary.

The authorities granted to the Secretary of Defense have been delegated to the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) in determining whether property is suitable for use by agencies in law enforcement activities. Within DLA, the program is managed by the Law Enforcement Support Office (LESO) in Battle Creek, MI.

The Missouri Department of Public Safety (DPS) is the authorized agency to operate the 1033 Program for Missouri law enforcement agencies.


Eligible Applicants:

State and local law enforcement agencies are eligible to participate in the 1033 Program within Missouri if the department’s primary function is the enforcement of applicable Federal, State, and local laws and its compensated law enforcement officers have powers of arrest and apprehension.


Available Property:

Property available from the 1033 Program is deemed excess to the needs of the DOD and subsequently varies in availability. Excess property can consist of, but is not limited to, lockers, desks, computers, generators, bedding, clothing, boots, field gear, flex cuffs, weapons, four-wheel drive vehicles, watercraft, and aircraft. With the exception of costs associated with shipping or pick-up, the property is available at no charge.


Enrollment:

To enroll in the Missouri 1033 Program, or if information supplied in the enrollment application changes during the course of participation in the 1033 Program, the law enforcement agency must complete and submit the following:


Special Request Forms:

Certain 1033 property items require additional justification by the law enforcement agency and approval by DPS and LESO.

To request aircraft, complete and submit the following:
1033 Aircraft Application (coming soon)

To request armored tactical vehicles, complete and submit the following:
1033 Armored Tactical Vehicle Application (coming soon)

To request watercraft, complete and submit the following:
1033 Watercraft Application (coming soon)

To request weapons, complete and submit the following:
1033 Weapon Application (coming soon)


Other Information:


Staff

For more information regarding the Missouri 1033 Program, contact:

Lisa Geiser
State Point of Contact
(573) 751-5428

Heather Haslag
State Coordinator
(573) 751-1318