Ohio police get $3.5M in drug prevention grant funding
The agencies can use the dollars to pay up to 50 percent of the base pay of officers who work in the drug prevention programs
The Dayton Daily News
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Ohio will award $3.5 million in grants to help local law enforcement agencies with drug use prevention in 63 counties.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine said Monday that the funding will support school-based programs that educate students about drug abuse. About 200 agencies including police and sheriff's departments will get the money.
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