Pisciottano: $290,000 awarded to support local law enforcement
PCCD grants for drug recognition training, police car dash cams
BALDWIN, Dec. 15 – Law enforcement agencies in West Mifflin and Baldwin have been awarded $290,000 through the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency, state Rep. Nick Pisciottano, D-Allegheny, announced today.
“Our communities are safer when local law enforcement has the right tools and proper training," said Pisciottano. “I’ll continue advocating for grants every chance I get to support emergency services across our region.”
Funds were awarded as follows:
- $200,000 to Baldwin Borough to fund drug recognition training and costs associated with attending the 2022 and 2023 PA DUI Conferences.
- $90,240 to West Mifflin Borough to purchase dash-mounted cameras for police cars.
More information on PCCD grants can be found here.