R.I. awards $150,000 for nonprofits to improve security against terrorism

THE RHODE ISLAND EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY has awarded $150,000 in security-improvement grants to five nonprofits.
THE RHODE ISLAND EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY has awarded $150,000 in security-improvement grants to five nonprofits.
PROVIDENCE – The R.I. Emergency Management Agency has awarded $150,000 in grants to improve security at five local nonprofit groups that are at a higher risk of terrorist attacks. The grant money was provided by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security Nonprofit Security Grant Program, according a RIEMA news release. The grants were: $50,000 for…

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