Springfield, IL – May 15 Deadline: Illinois Agencies Urged to Apply for Law Enforcement Camera Grants


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Springfield, IL – In a major push towards enhanced accountability and transparency, the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board (ILETSB) has announced an extension to the application deadline for the FY24 Law Enforcement Camera Grant. 

Now set for May 15, 2024, this initiative aims to equip police agencies across Illinois with body-worn and in-car cameras. The grant covers the costs associated with the purchase, data storage, and training needed to operate these technologies effectively.

Illinois police departments are encouraged to take advantage of this extended deadline by applying through the Amplifund platform, where they can access comprehensive details on eligibility and application processes.


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