Grant helps law enforcement upgrade computer systems

September 22, 2011 • Local News

The Roswell Police Department announced Wednesday that its grant application to the Justice Assistant Grant had been accepted. The Chaves County Sheriff’s Office and RPD filed jointly for the federal grant designed for use by states and local law enforcement to make improvements.

The RPD’s share is $28,606.20, which will be used for computers in officers’ patrol units. The Sheriff’s Office will receive $12,259.80 for in-car computers and tasers.

The grant will pay for a small portion of the computer upgrades required by the RPD.

With their share of the grant money, the police will be able to purchase nine Panasonic Toughbook laptops, with Login to read more

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