Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt announced Monday that several Lawrence organizations would receive more than $241,000 in grants to provide services to crime victims.
Those grants represent a portion of the nearly $2.2 million the attorney general’s office has awarded this year to local and state crime victim assistance organizations. The grants are funded through a combination of court fees, marriage license fees and state general fund appropriations. “Organizations across our state do great work to support thousands of crime victims each year,” Schmidt said. “We are proud to support the work of these organizations through the victims services grant programs.”
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