Gov. Ivey awards grant to battle crime in Black Belt counties

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[Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs] Gov. Kay Ivey has awarded two grants totaling $250,000 to curtail crime in five Black Belt counties. A $200,000 grant will enable the Fourth Judicial Circuit Gang Task Force to continue its efforts to reduce gang-related crime in Bibb, Dallas, Hale, Perry and Wilcox counties. The Dallas County Adult Court program will use a $50,000 grant to enable some offenders to avoid incarceration by enrolling in a corrections program which requires they remain drug free and commit no further offenses.
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Gov. Ivey awards grant to battle crime in Black Belt counties

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