Markosek: Monroeville Police Department secures $145,000 state grant

Funding will support a new police vehicle and ballistics upgrades

MONROEVILLE, Feb. 20 – State Rep. Brandon Markosek, D-Allegheny, announced that the Monroeville Police Department has secured a $145,000 state grant for a new vehicle and ballistic upgrades for the department's fleet.

“This investment allows the Monroeville Police Department to replace a damaged police vehicle and strengthen its fleet of police vehicles with much-needed driver and passenger side ballistics panels," Markosek said. "The safety of our community and our law enforcement officers remains a top priority, and this funding underscores the state's commitment to providing the necessary resources and tools for the Monroeville Police Department to continue protecting the community."

The new funding will be awarded through the Department of Community and Economic Development.


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