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(Tigard, OR)  --  The Tigard Police Department will expand its body camera program to all officers.  For more than ten years, they've had dash cameras and some body cameras for K-9 handlers, traffic officers, community service officers and school resource officers.  Those systems are outdated, so City Council has approved new body worn cameras, along with in-car video systems, Tasers, interview room technology and digital storage.  The program will cost nearly one-and-a-half-million dollars over five years.

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