Ottawa County to get $83,186 to battle illegal drugs

May 25, 2022 | Around Ottawa County | 0 comments

Ohio has allocated $3.6 million in funding for 41 local law enforcement agencies to help their drug task forces enforce the state’s drug laws and combat illegal drug activity, including $83, 186 for the Ottawa County Prosecutor’s Office.

While that is only about half of the highest allocations of $166,481 to Mansfield and Cleveland, or counties such as Summit, Franklin and Licking, the Ohio Drug Law Enforcement Fund will support drug task forces that impact 67 counties on issues of drug trafficking, pharmaceutical diversion, and other organized criminal activity associated with the drug trade.

The program administered through the Office of Criminal Justice Services is also intended to help local entities enhance the safety of Ohioans through multi-jurisdictional task forces.

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