Texas PD gets $100,000 grant for training, technology


By Steven Alford
Corpus Christi Caller-Times

The Corpus Christi Police Department got a $100,000 boost for training and technology. The Citizens in Support of the Corpus Christi Police Department last week received a $25,000 four-year grant from the John G. and Marie Stella Kenedy Memorial Foundation.

"The economic times and budget cuts are overwhelming for everybody right now and it means a lot to see that people are willing to step up and offer support," Police Chief Troy Riggs said.

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