Spring Valley Police Tackles Village Crime through State Grant Boost

Spring Valley law enforcement will get a boost through a $116,500 annual competitive state grant called Operation Impact.


Operation Impact is a program that reinforces partnerships and camaraderie among all levels of police and prosecutors. The grant will be used to address and prevent street crime, fortify parole checks, team up with county agencies and hire a Spanish-speaking investigator.


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