Gavin Newsom admits police need more funding and gives them $255 million to combat the crime wave in California.

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Governor Gavin Newsom introduced a new plan to fight and prevent crime in California as the state faces a spike in organized smash-and-grab thefts this holiday season.

Called the “Real Public Safety Plan,” the new legislation includes $255 million in grants for local law enforcement over the next three years in order to increase police presence at retail locations. District Attorneys will be getting an additional $30 million in grants for local prosecutors over three years, and the state will create a new gun buyback program.

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There will also be a $20 million investment to support the National Guard’s drug interdiction efforts as well as $18 million allocated over three years for a dedicated state team of special investigators and prosecutors focusing specifically on organized theft crime rings.

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