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The City of Crookston was informed by the Department of Justice Tuesday afternoon that they did not receive the grant for the School Resource Officer.  According to the release sent out by the Department of Justice, the COPS Hiring program focused on the following areas when handing out the grants – Illegal Immigration, Homeland Security, Violent Crime, School Resource officers, and Non-problem area factors.
The COPS gave more credit to areas that had higher crime rates and lower commitment to community policing.  Only two entities received grants in Minnesota. Minneapolis received $1,250,000 for 10 police officers to combat gun violence and the Upper Sioux Indian Community received $125,000 to hire an officer to combat drug manufacturing, drug dealing and drug trafficking.  In North Dakota, the Fargo Police Department received $125,000 to hire an officer to build trust and respect in the community and West Fargo received $375,000 to hire three officers for youth crime and delinquency.

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