South Carolina agencies to get grants to help crime victims
SPARTANBURG (AP) — A variety of agencies working with victims of crime will soon receive millions of dollars in grants from the government, officials announced.
On Tuesday, the South Carolina Attorney General’s Office announced that more $32 millions will be given to organizations that assist crime victims in South Carolina. The money comes from both federal and state grants, said Attorney General Alan Wilson.
The grants will be given to the police departments, solicitors offices and private non-profit groups, as well as state agencies, WYFF TV reported.