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Pa. State Police receive federal body cam grant

Although body-worn cameras aren’t new to Pennsylvania, the program will be new to state police


By Kristopher Lancaster
WJAC TV

HARRISBURG, Pa. — Gov. Tom Wolf announced Friday that the Pennsylvania State Police has been awarded a $52,000 federal grant that will help fund a new program for body-worn cameras.

The grant allows for the purchase of 30 cameras.

Although body-worn cameras aren’t new to Pennsylvania, as police in Pittsburgh and Philadelphia, along with smaller municipal departments have begun to use them, the program will be new to state police.

Full story: State Police receive federal grant to purchase body cameras

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