A new million dollar grant from the Bureau of Justice Assistance will help Kansas law enforcement officials fight meth labs.
Attorney General Steven Six announced the grants Tuesday.
The money will pay for two specialized drug prosecutors in the southwest and southeast parts of the state. And it will provide funding to train law enforcement and local prosecutors how to build and prosecute successfully complex drug cases.
A 180 law enforcement officers and KBI staff will also receive National Certification Training in detecting meth labs and collecting evidence.