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Indiana Homeland Security Foundation Provides Over $370,000 in Grant Funding

ALLEN COUNTY, Ind. (WOWO): The Indiana Homeland Security Foundation has approved more than $370,000 in grant funding to several Hoosier Counties.

The focus of the foundation is to support the future of the public safety and to provide grant funding to local law enforcement agencies and emergency medical services across Indiana. Grants are provided up to $4,000.

In Allen County, the Aboite Township Volunteer Fire Department, Inc. received $4,000 to purchase a Live-Fire Extinguisher System for training.  The new technology will allow different levels of training for trainees and is safe, low-cost, reusable and environmentally friendly.


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