State Grant Awarded to PH Police Patrols

Agency - Illinois Department of Transportation

In light of the Memorial Day Traffic Enforcement campaign, the Prospect Heights Police Department receives a STEP grant through the state's Department of Transportation to oversee driving violations and other traffic-related offenses.

The grant will help support the police department in increasing the visibility of its police patrols throughout the community with additional traffic enforcement gear and features.

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