Crisp County is one of the 46 Georgia counties to receive a grant from Governor Kemp’s Law Enforcement Training Grant Program
CRISP COUNTY- February 10, 2022
On February 04, 2022, Gov. Kemp announced over $5.6 million in Law Enforcement Training Programs grants. Crisp County Sheriff’s Office is awarded $69,400 for an Apex Officer Training Simulator. The Apex Officer System provides interactive testing and assessment and immersive, hands-on scenario-based exercises with detailed debriefing and after-action reviews. The system is designed to increase knowledge, skills, and confidence in a safe, challenging, interactive, and engaging environment.
Crisp County Sheriff’s Office purchase of the Apex Officer Training Simulator through grant funding will allow officers sworn/detention within Crisp County and many surrounding agencies to be trained with immersive, hands-on scenario-based exercises.
“We are grateful to be selected for this grant as this funding will help provide training resources at no cost to our taxpayers,” stated Sheriff Billy Hancock
Orginal Release Office of the Govenor: https://gov.georgia.gov/press-releases/2022-02-04/gov-kemp-announces-over-56-million-grants-law-enforcement-training