The Rapid City Police Department has been awarded $25,000 for a new vehicle to be used in drug investigations, according to a press release from Attorney General Marty Jackley announced Wednesday.
The money was awarded out of the Drug Control Fund.
“The Drug Control Fund was set up for exactly this type of expenditure to assist law enforcement in protecting our communities,” said Jackley in the press release. “This award allows the collaborated effort amongst state and local law enforcement to continue to provide public safety statewide.”
“I am pleased the Attorney General’s Office understands and appreciates the importance of keeping our drug task forces operating smoothly. I very much appreciate the financial award as it will assist our involvement in the task force while easing the burden on Rapid City taxpayers,” said Rapid City Police Department Chief Steve Allender via a press release.
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