Ind. police agencies prepare for new recording rule

The purchase of new video and audio recording equipment is required in order to satisfy requirements of a new state law


By Virginia Ransbottom
South Bend Tribune

PLYMOUTH, Ind. — The Plymouth Police Department needs to buy new video and audio recording equipment in order to satisfy requirements of a new state law.

Police Chief Jim Cox, in a report to the Board of Public Works, said the low bid for the recording equipment was under $7,000.

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