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LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES TO GET FEDERAL GRANTS

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The Tennessee Highway Safety Office announced this afternoon $22 million in federal grant funds to be distributed statewide from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration for the 2018-2019 Federal Fiscal Year. Locally, $20,000 will go to the Crossville Police Department and $35,000 to the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Department for alcohol and impaired driving enforcement. Fairfield Glade Police will see $13,400 for senior driving safety. In Roane County, the Harriman, Oliver Springs and Rockwood police departments will each get $5,000 for high visibility enforcement. The Spring City Police Department in Rhea County will also get $5,000 for high visibility enforcement.

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