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Minneapolis council committee approves $4 million contract for police body cameras


The Minneapolis City Council’s Public Safety Committee has approved a $4 million contract that will allow the city to outfit all of its police officers with body cameras by the end of the year.

The committee’s unanimous approval of the contract with Taser International will be forwarded to the full council for a final vote next week. The city expects to begin equipping officers with the cameras in May, starting with the downtown First Precinct. The Fourth Precinct, covering north Minneapolis, will be next, followed by other areas of the city.


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