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Extra officer will serve warrants, collect fines

 


Local law enforcement agencies will purchase new handguns and computers and hire a new police officer with money they received through a federal grant.

The Community Crime Prevention Committee, a board that oversees the use of Local Law Enforcement Block Grant money, on Wednesday approved spending proposals by the Havre Police Department and the Hill County Sheriff's Office.

Under the LLEBG program, administered through the U.S. Department of Justice, the Police Department will spend $23,998 on weapons, computers, overtime pay, and a new temporary police officer position. The officer, who w...



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