DHS grants help police get new tech tools


By Josh Dulaney
Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

FONTANA, Calif. — The City Council recently approved the purchase of new tools to fight crime.  The Police Department will get a tactical crisis response system for about $30,500 and 20 hand-held radios for about $66,000.

Sgt. Jeff Decker said the department is not at liberty to discuss the tactical crisis response system, which was purchased with funds from a Homeland Security grant.

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