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EH Police Department Earns State Grant

Posted on 30 April 2014

The East Hampton Town Police Department is one of 31 law enforcement agencies in New York State that will share nearly $1 million in grants to reduce, solve and prevent crime. The department was awarded $23,900 for increased patrols to target car larcenies and burglaries.

“East Hampton Police Department was the only law enforcement agency in Suffolk County to receive such a grant,” said New York State Assemblyman Fred W. Thiele Jr. “I am proud to represent East Hampton and congratulate Supervisor Larry Cantwell and police Chief Michael Sarlo on this award.”

“In this time of tight budgets, the state grant will fund additional police presence and patrols throughout East Hampton Town,” said Supervisor Cantwell.

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