EAST BRIDGEWATER — The Baker-Polito Administration has announced nearly $2.5 million in grant funding to increase the number of law enforcement officers outfitted across the Commonwealth with body-worn cameras, and the East Bridgewater Police Department will receive funding as part of the program.
RANDOLPH — Chief Anthony Marag announces that the Randolph Police Department has launched a body-worn camera program for all sworn officers.
LOWELL — Acting Superintendent Barry Golner is pleased to announce that the Lowell Police Department has been awarded $429,979 in grant funding to purchase and equip all officers of the Lowell Police Department with body-worn cameras.
Rhode Island Police Chiefs’ Association Helps to Announce Grant Awards for Statewide Body-Worn Camera Program
CRANSTON — The Rhode Island Police Chiefs’ Association was pleased to join federal, state and local officials Wednesday to announce approximately $16 million in grant awards for 42 Rhode Island law enforcement agencies that will help to equip 1,773 frontline police officers with body-worn cameras through a new statewide program.
Chief of Police Jeffrey Gillen is pleased to share that the Groveland Police Department has been awarded $12,905.74 in state grant funds allocated by the Executive Office of Public Safety and Security’s Office of Grants and Research (OGR) Body Worn Camera (BWC) grant program.
MIDDLEBOROUGH – Chief Joseph Perkins and the Middleborough Police Department are pleased to announce the implementation of a body-worn camera program on Saturday, Jan. 1, 2022, that will enhance the Department’s accountability in the community.
CONCORD — Chief Joseph O’Connor announces that the Concord Police Department has recently completed the implementation of in-car and body-worn camera program that will enhance transparency and accountability for the department.
A Statement From Rhode Island Police Chiefs’ Association on Announcement of Statewide Legislation for Body-Worn Cameras
PROVIDENCE — Executive Director Sid Wordell and President Richard Ramsay wish to provide the following statement on behalf of the Rhode Island Police Chiefs’ Association, following last week’s announcement at the State House that a new statewide program would seek to equip all front line police officers and their supervisors with body worn cameras.
All Sworn Officers Wear BWCs On Duty, Over 13,600 Hours Captured in One Year — One year ago today, the first 12 Springfield Police officers and supervisors were outfitted with Getac body-worn cameras (BWC).