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District Attorney Hoovler to Provide Funds
to Orange County Police Academy
$100,000 for Building Improvement and Technology
Orange County District Attorney David M. Hoovler announced that the District Attorney’s Office will provide $100,000 to the Orange County Police Chief’s Association to be used for building improvements and technology at the Orange County Police Academy. Such improvements will enhance the ability to train and certify new officers throughout the various police agencies in the County.
“The Police Chiefs’ Association of Orange County is extremely grateful to District Attorney Hoovler for his generous support of the police academy,” said Orange County Police Chiefs’ Association President and Town of Crawford Police Chief Dominick Blasko. “District Attorney Hoovler has been a proactive and collaborative partner in our efforts in meeting the criminal justice and discovery reforms. His support and efforts will enable us to continue and enhance our efforts to effectively train current and new police officers.”
“It is imperative, now more than ever, that law enforcement is regularly reinforced by well- trained and prepared new officers,” said District Attorney Hoovler, “These funds will contribute to the Police Academy’s mission to train new and experienced police officers in preventing and investigating crimes in order to keep our communities safe. Police officers remain on the front line between crime and our communities.”