Money will help locate, arrest criminals

Gov. Kay Ivey has awarded a $105,000 grant to improve the capability of the state’s law enforcement agencies to locate and arrest criminals and make communities safer.

The grant will enable the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency’s Fusion Center to share information with law enforcement agencies more easily and improve the ability of law enforcement agencies to locate criminals and track crimes.

“Our police officers, sheriffs’ deputies and investigators put in long hours protecting and serving our communities,” Ivey said. “I am pleased to provide this funding to increase the capabili...