Grant: $0 - Department of Justice - Sep. 30, 2009
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Award Description: Greeneville is the county seat of Greene County Tennessee, located in northeast corner of Tennessee. According to the State of Tennessee website, the population in 2007 for Greene County was 65,971 and the population of Greeneville was 15,446 with a daytime increase of population of 76.4% (11,612). The Greeneville Police Department serves the citizens of Greeneville Tennessee, as well as all of those who enter our jurisdictional boundaries. The Greeneville Police Department has been designated to receive $38,829.00 from the Ed Byrne JAG. Our agency has determined that the funds should be used in two realms of our law enforcement capabilities. First we plan to upgrade our in- car video recording systems to a fully digital and wireless technology system. The new recording devices will prove invaluable to our agency in gathering evidence, statements and officer safety. Second, we will purchase a crime scene alternate light source. These devices will assist not only detectives, but also patrol officers alike. The light sources will provide a greater capability to observe evidence of murders, assaults, robberies and burglaries.
Project Description: The project has not begun yet. our agency plans to use funds from the Eed Byrne JAG to purchase in car digital camera systems with a wireless upload feature and an alternate crime scene light source.
Jobs Summary: No jobs have been created or adversly effected at this time. (Total jobs reported: 0)
Project Status: Not Started
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