A Washington County Sheriff's Office deputy. Photo: WCSO
The Washington County Board of Commissioners voted December 15 to authorize $1.397 million in spending through 2026 to purchase and deploy body cameras to the Washington County Sheriff’s 210 deputies, and to outfit 129 patrol vehicles with similar technology.
A statement released by the board on Dec. 21 says the sheriff’s office expects the full rollout of the program, including “rigorous training for deputies,” to take about one year with vehicle installations continuing into . . .
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