Cisco police are getting new guns without shooting any holes in the budget. The department purchased enough .40 caliber Glocks and holsters to supply each patrol officer and administrator with a new duty weapon. They paid for the guns with a grant from the National Rifle Association. Today the Cisco Police Department got enough firearms to supply each CISCO Patrol Officer and Administration with a brand new Glock .40 Caliber. A huge thanks to Friends of the NRA for a grant, and to the Carolina Colt Company for giving the Cisco Police Department a great deal. The Cisco Police Department is replacing older model firearms that cost much more for ammunition, making training less frequent. It is the desire of the Cisco Police Department to provide better service to its citizens by more training. Along with these firearms the Cisco Police Department also ordered new holsters for the firearms. All of this came at no cost to the City of Cisco. Chief Scott McAuley said ammo for the old guns cost more which made training less frequent. “It is the desire of the Cisco Police Department to provide better service to its citizens by more training,” said McAuley. The Taylor County Sheriff’s Office also received a $2,828 grant from the NRA. The money will be used to replace six shotguns. [full article]
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