Gov. Justice announces Project Safe Neighborhoods grant award
WV – Governor Jim Justice
announced today that he has awarded $80,385 in Project Safe Neighborhoods (PSN)
grant funds to the City of Huntington. These funds will be used to create and
foster safer neighborhoods through a sustained reduction in violent crime.
These funds are provided by the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice
Programs, Bureau of Justice Assistance and are administered by the West
Virginia Division of Administrative Services, Justice, and Community Services.
Funds were awarded to the following:
City of Huntington
These funds will be used to create and foster safer neighborhoods through a
sustained reduction in violent crime.
Justice and Community
Marty A. Hatfield
Senior Criminal Justice Specialist
Division of Administrative Services
Justice and Community Services
Jordan Damron, firstname.lastname@example.org