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Oneida police grant to help programs for children

Communication, vehicle upgrades also planned

9:27 PM, Jan. 15, 2013
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The Oneida Police Department has received a $36,444 grant from the state Department of Justice as part of a program to support cooperative tribal-county law enforcement programs.

The Oneida's grant amount represents nearly 6 percent of the $631,200 the department issued to 19 tribal programs this year, the 25th consecutive year of the program. The grant funds involve no taxpayer money but come from tribal gaming receipts received by the state and allocated in the state budget.

Grant awards are allocated using a formula based on population, county crime rate and tribal unemployment rate. ...

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