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Falls City Police Dept receives grant
05/17/2018

(KLZA)--The Falls City Police Department has received a $12,259 grant to implement eCitations.

The grant funds will allow the department to purchase computers, printers, scanners and all other necessary equipment to begin submitting eCitations.

With the funds, the department will be able to fully equip three patrol units with the eCitations equipment. In addition, to being used for the citations, the computers in the patrol units will allow officers to access critical criminal justice information and complete reports while on patrol.

By January of 2020 all agencies in Nebraska will be required to submit electronic citations to the courts. The Fall City Police Department will begin submitting eCitations within one year.

The grant funds were provided by the Nebraska Crime Commission.  

 

 

 

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