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Greenfield Township Purchases New Body Cameras for Police


The Greenfield Township Board of Supervisors approved the purchase of new body cameras and car cameras for the township police department at their July 5 meeting. The equipment and five years of support will cost the township $50,872, according to Ami Fether, township secretary-treasurer.

The new cameras, produced by Motorola Solutions, will replace aging technology that is considered obsolete.

Ronald Sharkey, police chief, stated that the new system will send video to the cloud instead of being stored on a server in the office. This will help to improve the department’s efficiency in ta...

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