Tenn. crime control grant halfway done
Grant evaluator: Mission is to reduce criminal activity, drug and alcohol abuse
By Randall Higgins
Chattanooga Times Free Press
CLEVELAND, Tenn. — Halfway through a three-year, $800,000 grant to reduce crime in certain city neighborhoods, the government and nonprofit agencies involved are considering what will happen when the grant ends.
Their goal is to sustain working relationships among the 15 agencies that aim to prevent crime, enforce the laws and rebuild communities.
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