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Boulder City Police get money for traffic safety
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Boulder City Police are getting nearly $50,000 in grants to improve traffic safety.

The city has received more than $37,000 to fund Joining Forces efforts in the upcoming year. The money will be used to pay for saturation patrols, which target distracted drivers, pedestrian safety, impaired drivers and intersection safety.

Also, the department received $10,000 to purchase radar units for patrol cars. The Boulder City Council approved receipt of the funding.

Boulder City Police are planning 14 Joining Forces events through the next fiscal year. The events will include saturation patrols, checkpoints and public education. 

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