Aug 02, 2015

Baton Rouge area law enforcement failed to keep proper records on stimulus spending, federal audit finds | NOLA.com

East Baton Rouge Parish law enforcement agencies failed to report "measurable outcomes" of spending up to millions of federal grant dollars on equipment, according to a federal audit.  The audit, issued by the Office of the Inspector General under the U.S. Department of Justice, examined how local agencies spent a total of about $3.5 million from six federal grants given to the...

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