Federal Fund Cutbacks To Hamper Local Police

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Detroit area police agencies, already hampered by a reduction in state money and a poor economy, are bracing for more cutbacks as Congress moves to shrink two federal programs that pumped more than $23 million into Michigan law enforcement last year, the Detroit News reports. Local departments use money from the federal Community Oriented Policing
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