Greenfield Police Department

GREENFIELD — Greenfield Police Department has been awarded $56,155 from the Department of Justice Tobacco Grant Program, which will be used for enforcement and education of illegal sales of tobacco to minors.

As part of the grant, students at Greenfield High School will work closely with the police department on creating educational public safety videos and flyers on the dangers and risks for youth who use tobacco.

“The safety and health of our youth is a top priority, and it is our goal to educate, enforce and prevent the illegal sales of tobacco to youth in our community,” police said.

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