Crisp County Sheriff’s Office Secures Over $650,000 in Grants to Enhance Detention Center HVAC Systems

Published 2:16 pm Wednesday, February 28, 2024

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CRISP COUNTY, GA (February 28, 2024): Crisp County Sheriff’s Office is pleased to announce that the
Crisp County Detention Center has been awarded seven grants, amounting to a total of $653,392.80, dedicated
to the improvement of its HVAC systems. These grants, administered through the Georgia Southern University
Institute for Health Logistics & Analytics, have been earmarked for the enhancement of Georgia Confinement
Facilities through the allocation of COVID-19 Mitigation Resources.
“We are deeply appreciative to have been chosen and awarded $653,392.80 in grant funding to upgrade the
HVAC units at the Crisp County Detention Center. This improvement not only elevates the quality of our
facilities but also plays a crucial role in mitigating the spread of COVID-19, all at no expense to taxpayers,”
stated Sheriff Billy Hancock.