Video cameras taken out of Grand Junction police cruisers

Units costly to maintain, chief says; decision unfortunate, attorneys say

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The defense lawyers are unhappy because it means they will now have to do their jobs the old fashioned way, with leg work.  In these tough economic times when resources are minimal, Police Departments across the country are making tough decisions on budged priorities,  The #1 priority are uniformed men and women who patrol your neighborhood and respond to emergencies with the shortest possible response time.  Way down the list comes technology which is not a critical need, but rather a nice to have.  Many nice to haves are going by the wayside as Police Managers strive to maintain critical services to their clients.  A good decision by Chief Camper.

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