Fulton Policemen's Fund

HISTORY
The Fulton Policemen's Fund was established in 2010 by Lynn and Gary Chambell of Fulton, Illinois, as a means of supporting the police department through financial donations.  Annual grants from this fund allow the department unrestricted funds to respond to community safety and officer development needs.
 
PURPOSE
The Fulton Policemen's Fund supports police officer training, safety, and professional development in order to meet critical public safety needs within the Fulton community.
 
IMPACT
To date, the Fulton Policemen's Fund has provided the department with over $4,500 which has been used to obtain vital emergency response equipment, provide for officer safety training and equipment, and strengthen community relations.  Future funding initiatives include school safety response training, emergency response proficiency training, crime scene investigation training, and multi-agency task force training and coordination.


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