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“I requested this federal funding alongside Olathe city officials to help the police and fire departments make our neighborhoods safer,” Davids said in a release. “These investments mean upgrading and expanding existing programs that are working well so they work even more effectively moving forward. All Kansans should feel safe and cared for in their community, and I look forward to seeing how these federal funds benefit Olathe’s mobile units.”
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OLATHE, Kan. (KCTV) - Representative Sharice Davids visited the Olathe Police and Fire Departments Wednesday in an effort to tour two public safety projects she sponsored for federal funding. Davids spent time in the police department's Mobile Command Unit and the fire department's Mobile Integrated Health program.