Tenn. city gets grant to fund anti-crime programs

Tennessee Targeted Community Crime Reduction Grant includes 18 partner organizations and awarded by the U.S. Department of Justice through the Tennessee Department of Finance and Administration


By Randall Higgins
Chattanooga Times Free Press

CLEVELAND, Tenn. — An $800,000 grant will fund efforts to reduce crimes related to alcohol and drug abuse in targeted neighborhoods here.

The Tennessee Targeted Community Crime Reduction Grant includes 18 partner organizations working together to help people living in southeastern areas of the city, the police department's sectors one and two.

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