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CITIZEN INPUT SOUGHT ON POLICE BODY-WORN CAMERA PROGRAM
The City of Clarksville has been awarded a U.S. Department of Justice grant to implement a body-worn camera program for the Clarksville Police Department.

This will be a complex, months-long process to purchase and install the cameras and hardware, develop policies and train officers on how the body-worn cameras will be used, and determine how the information will be gathered, processed and stored.

Mayor Kim McMillan, the City Council and the Clarksville Police Department want to ensure citizens are involved in this process. As a first step, citizens are invited to submit questions, concerns and comments about the body-worn camera program. These will be compiled and addressed at a series of public forums to be scheduled across the community later this fall.


1. What questions do you have about the police body-worn camera program?

2. What concerns, if any, do you have about the police body-worn camera program?

3. What comments would you like to make about police born-worn cameras?