Ky. EMS receives part of $2.8M security grant for equipment upgrade
They will receive $30,000 from that grant and it will help pay for an upgrade to one of the monitors in an ambulance
MURRAY, Ky. — Murray State University Public Safety and Calloway County Emergency Medical Services are among 119 agencies to receive grant award funding this week from the Kentucky Office of Homeland Security.
Gov. Steve Beshear on Monday announced $2.8 million in Homeland Security Program grants for 119 projects across the states that will be used for training programs, citizen preparedness and awareness, and first-responder, communications and critical infrastructure equipment.
The approved grants can be viewed at www.homelandsecurity.ky.gov/gp. The list stated that Calloway County had received $30,000 and MSU had been awarded $48,000.