6 public safety news, awards & updates from Idaho to Georgia

The world of public safety grants is always moving and it never stops! Here are some recent awards, updates, and opportunities for the Fire Service, Law Enforcement, and more:

Missouri: Seymour Police Department receives $1,396 grant

Late last month, the Se-Ma-No Electric Foundation’s board of directors awarded eight grants totaling $8,896.

Montana: Tester Secures Nearly $1.4 Million for Drug Task Forces, Crime Prevention

U.S. Senator Jon Tester today announced he has secured $1,374,978 for High Intensity Drug Trafficking Areas (HIDTA) Program taskforces in Montana, which works to support federal, state, local, Tribal, and territorial law enforcement agencies operating in areas determined to be critical drug-trafficking regions of the United States. This funding will support drug taskforces in Cascade, Flathead, Gallatin, Lewis and Clark, Missoula, and Yellowstone counties.

Pennsylvania Carbon hires grant coordinator

“helping to secure approximately $500,000 more for a grant at the county prison”

Georgia: Fayetteville Police Department Receives $20,000 Grant from GOHS to Boost Traffic Safety and Collision Investigations

The Fayetteville Police Department recently bagged a $20,000 grant aimed to beef up traffic safety within the city. The financial boost, courtesy of the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety (GOHS), is specifically allocated for advancing technological tools that assist in collision investigations. This investment is not merely about gadgets and gizmos; it’s a focused push to add a layer of efficiency and effectiveness when Fayetteville’s officers respond to the unfortunate occurrences on the roads.

Pennsylvania: Senator Hughes Applauds Usage of $25M State Law Enforcement Grant for Philadelphia Police Investigation and Forensic Equipment

“We fought for these funds to help law enforcement better solve crimes and for community members to know there is closure and accountability when crimes are committed in their neighborhoods,” said Senator Hughes. “$25 million dollars for new equipment, training, and technology will provide law enforcement with better tools and skills to solve crimes and bring peace and safety to communities.”

New York: Rockland Police Departments Win State Grants

Grants for new technology were awarded to the Rockland County Sheriff’s Office and local police departments last month by the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services.

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