Flossmoor police officials will soon be able to monitor traffic stops and other activity on camera, and in real time.
Following this week’s approval of new squad car camera systems, remote viewing of law enforcement activity will be possible at Flossmoor’s police station.
Village board members, at the Aug. 21 meeting, unanimously voted to purchase the GETAC police camera system for $56,425. The updated system is likely to be installed in the next few weeks.
Deputy Chief Tod Kamleiter told the board that the current squad car video recording program . . .
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