New Grant Funds ASO's Child Sexual Predator Task Force
There are $500 thousand new reasons for sexual predators to worry.
The Sheriff's office announced it received a nearly half-million dollar federal grant to fund its Child Sexual Predator Program.
The funds will create a task force, consisting of one sergeant and three detectives.
Officials say they will be better able to locate, arrest, and prosecute sexual predators and offenders in Alachua County
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