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Oneida County Sheriff’s Office requests $188,529 for squad car cameras

Young: ‘We’re on the verge of going to garage sales to find the parts because it’s that bad’


July 21, 2020 by Rachael Perry


The Oneida County Public Safety Committee voted July 16 on the sheriff’s office’s request for new squad car cameras be moved up from 2022 to 2021.  

Sheriff Grady Hartman requested the public safety committee approve the purchase of new cameras for squad cars. He said their cameras are failing after 12 years of use, greatly exceeding the 7-year life expectancy. 

“Numerous (cameras) have failed and are no longer working. We have tried to get parts off Ebay, but it’s not doing so...

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