The anti-crime program, the Jacksonville Journey, has unveiled its new budget and its members say $20 million is needed for the year. Some of the money would fund:
40 JSO officers ($3.9 million)
44 Jacksonville Corrections Officers ($1.5 million)
Jacksonville Juvenile Crime Prevention ($214,200)
Florida Ex-Offender Programs ($600,000)
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