Hamilton County to receive a $ 1.7M grant to combat crime.


Via FOX19


The grants, awarded by the Department’s Office of Justice Programs, are part of more than $458 million in funding to support state, local and tribal law enforcement efforts to combat violent crime, according to DeVillers.

The grant from the Bureau of Justice Assistance’s Community-Based Crime Reduction leverages community knowledge and expertise to focus enforcement efforts on crime “hot spots.” DeVillers said Hamilton County was also awarded $700,000 through BJA’s Strategies for Policing Innovation grant.

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