Brownsville awarded $600K to improve public safety

Brownsville has been awarded $600,000 in federal funds to help improve public safety. The Department of Justice announced this week that the neighborhood is among

BROOKLYN - Brownsville has been awarded $600,000 in federal funds to help improve public safety.

The Department of Justice announced this week that the neighborhood is among 15 locations nationwide to receive a portion of more than $11 million in award money to help combat increasing crime.

Brownsville is the only New York City location to receive the funding.

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