St. Louis Police Department to outfit patrol cars with cameras


By Patrick M. O'Connell
St. Louis Post-Dispatch

ST. LOUIS — The St. Louis Police Department will be outfitting 20 patrol cars with in-car camera systems, becoming the latest metropolitan department to begin using the technology that aims to protect both officers and the public.

The camera systems are being purchased with money raised by the St. Louis Police Foundation, a nonprofit organization that supports the department. The cameras cost $100,000.

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