PADD Communities Receive Law Enforcement Protection Program Funds

​The Kentucky Office of Homeland Security has announced the recipients of funding under the Law Enforcement Protection Program (LEPP). In awarding these grants, KOHS gives first priority to providing and replacing body armor and second priority to providing firearms and ammunition, with residual funds available for the purchase of electronic-control weapons or electronic-muscular disruption technology and body-worn cameras. Pennyrile ADD staff assists numerous Pennyrile communities throughout the entire year in the preparation of grant applications to submit to KOHS for review.
Communities in the Pennyrile region awarded LEPP funds include the following:
City of Cadiz, $3,774.00 for Body Armor
City of Trenton: $502.00 for Body Armor
Christian County Fiscal Court, $16,675.00 for Tasers
Congratulations to those communities that were awarded funds under this program!  For more information regarding Homeland Security programs, please contact Angie Crawford or Ashley Johnson at 270-886-9484.

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