Audit identifies nearly $67,000 in improper spending in southwest Iowa “Fusion” Office

A state audit has identified nearly $67,000 worth of improper spending in an intelligence-sharing office that used to be run by four officers from the Atlantic Police Department.

Deputy State Auditor Tami Kusian says the “Fusion” Office in Atlantic was established after 9/11 as a regional collection center for criminal and intelligence information from a 14-county area that was then to be shared with other law enforcement agencies.

 

“We were requested to come in by the Department of Public Safety and the Department of Public Defense and they just identified some issues that they were concerned about and they requested that we come in and take a look at those,” Kusian says.

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