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GVPD Gets New computers Thanks to Asset Forfeiture

The Grass Valley City Council granted a budget transfer to the Grass Valley Police department from their asset forfeiture program that will be used to buy computers for the department according to Police Chief John Foster.

Foster on GVPD Computers 1

Chief Foster explains what the asset forfeiture program is.

Foster on GVPD Computers 2

The value of the forfeiture account is over $46 thousand dollars.

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