May 02, 2014 — ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) New York law enforcement agencies will be receiving more than $13 million to reduce gun-related homicides.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Thursday says the money will go to law enforcement agencies in 17 counties. The funding is allocated through the state's Gun Involved Violence Elimination initiative, designed to help local police in communities with high rates of violent crimes. Go to full article