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Posted by: Katharine Heriges on Mar 16, 2017
The Metro Nashville Police revealed plans to purchase body cameras for all 1,440 officers and new dashboard cameras for 880 department vehicles, the Tennessean reports. The plan, which was presented at the Metro Police Department’s budget hearing with Mayor Megan Barry today, is expected to cost $50.1 million. The request comes after the department faced scrutiny in the wake of the police killing of Jocques Clemmons.