INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — State officers say 111 Indiana regulation-enforcement businesses will obtain greater than $375,000 in federal funds to assist buy ballistic or stab-resistant physique armor.
The Indiana Legal Justice Institute introduced the funding final week from the Justice Division’s Bureau of Justice Help. Funding precedence was given to cities, cities and counties with lower than one hundred,000 residents. The 50-50 matching funds reimburse the acquisition of accredited vests which might be made within the U.S. and ordered after this previous April 1.
Regulation enforcement businesses within the cities of Franklin, Jeffersonville, Lawrenceburg and East Chicago and Harrison County every acquired greater than $eleven,000 in funding. Different communities acquired smaller quantities.
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