Logan Sheriff's Office Receives $730,952 in Fed. Grants


Logan County Sheriff’s Department announced two federal grants totaling over $730,000.


The Office on Violence Against Women at the United States Department of Justice awarded $481,862.00 to the Sheriff’s office. The grant includes a full-time prosecutor for three years, a full-time victim advocate and money for law enforcement training. Moreover, the grant includes money for upgraded recording equipment for the Logan Child Advocacy Center and on-call pay for Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners at Logan Regional Medical Center.


The other grant, from The Office on Victims of Crime at the justice department, totals $249,090 for to provide a vehicle transport for victims to and from court, interviews and obtaining emergency orders. The grant also includes a law enforcement victim advocate for three years.


The grants through the justice department have no local matching provisions and will be no cost to taxpayers.

42 views

Recent Posts

See All