(New Ulm, MN) – The rescheduled public meeting on the body camera policy for New Ulm Police is set for Monday evening. It had initially been set for last month, but was postponed due to weather.
The New Ulm Police Department received a grant from the Department of Justice to cover part of the cost and plans to start using body warn cameras this year.
Monday’s meeting will begin at 6:15pm at the City of New Ulm Council Chambers.
The meeting seeks public recommendations and concerns to best select the most suitable body camera and policy development.
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