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City of Salisbury Invites Public to Police Body Camera Presentation

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SALISBURY, Md.- Mayor Jim Ireton and Salisbury Police Chief Barbara Duncan announced Monday plans for a presentation on body-worn cameras by the Salisbury Police Department. The presentation will take place at the monthly Mayor's Neighborhood Roundtable, on Tuesday, Jan. 20th on the third floor of the Government Office Building at 6 p.m. The public is invited to attend.

According to a release, the community presentation will focus on body cameras in the following ways:

-History of body cameras

-Concerns of body cameras

-Sample videos

-Police considerations

-Limitations of body cameras

A request for proposal (RFP) is anticipated to be put out by the city of Salisbury within 35-45 days. A public education portion will begin with the Mayor's Neighborhood Roundtable and will be on-going, the Mayor's office said. The demo process for SPD is also on-going, and the anticipated cost for the City is $140,000. The public is invited to attend and make comment on this initiative.

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