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The Indiana Security Foundation has approved more than $400,000 in grants to aid public safety agencies statewide.
Clay County:
- Clay City, Harrison Fire Department was awarded $4,000 for National Fire Protection Association-compliant self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) gear.
- Jackson Township Volunteer Fire Company was awarded $4,000 for a thermal imaging camera.
- Lewis Township Volunteer Fire Company was awarded $4,000 for a thermal imaging camera.
- Posey Township Clay County Volunteer Fire Department was awarded $3,915 for fire hoses.

Daviess County:
- City of Washington Fire Department was awarded $3,825 for extrication equipment.
- Elnora-Elmore Township Volunteer Fire Department was awarded $3,999.99 for three sets of turnout gear.
- Town of Odon Police Department was awarded $4,000 for radios.
- Town of Montgomery Fire Department was awarded $3,875 for adapter fittings, a low level strainer, and a ball intake valve.

Greene County:
- Center Township Volunteer Fire Department was awarded $3,800 for fire hoses.
- Richland-Taylor Township Volunteer Fire Department was awarded $2,000 for nozzles.

Martin County:
- City of Loogootee Fire Department was awarded $3,956 for fire hoses and nozzles.

Owen County:
- Owen County EMS was awarded $4,000 for extrication gear.

Parke County:
- JUGA (Jackson-Union-Green-Adams townships in Bellmore) Volunteer Fire Department was awarded $4,000 for a gear washer.
- Town of Rockville Police Department was awarded $2,000 for computers and monitors.

Putnam County:
- City of Greencastle was awarded $4,000 for a laptop, mount, and docking station.

Sullivan County:
- Sullivan County Ambulance Service was awarded $3,017.98 for ventilator hook-ups and an infrared printer.

Vigo County:
- City of Terre Haute was awarded $2,398.25 for an AED, breathalyzers, and mouthpieces.
- Pierson Township Volunteer Fire Protection Co. Inc. was awarded $4,000 for extrication equipment and hydraulic hoses.
- Riley Fire Department was awarded $3,425 for rescue saws.
- Sugar Creek Fire Department was awarded $4,000 for a training mannequin and static rescue rope.
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