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Community Meeting – Body Worn Cameras

July 20 @ 12:00 pm


UA Police Host Community Meeting on Body Worn Cameras
Noon, Tuesday, July 20, 2021

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After an extensive planning process, the Police Division will launch its Body Worn Camera Program this fall. Throughout the process, the division has worked to inform residents of its plans and to seek input. At an April community meeting, Police Chief Steve Farmer shared a program overview. Since a key goal of the meeting was to identify questions or issues our community might want the division to address, the meeting was recorded and made available online, with residents invited to submit comments throughout the month of April.
Now that the operational guidelines have been finalized, the division is hosting a second community meeting order to share highlights of these guidelines and to update the community on implementation. We hope you can join us.


July 20
12:00 pm
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Upper Arlington, OH 43221 United States + Google Map

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