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Edinburg Police Department plans to replace body cameras after battery problem

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After encountering battery problems, the Edinburg Police Department plans to replace body cameras worn by patrol officers.

After encountering battery problems, the Edinburg Police Department plans to replace body cameras worn by patrol officers.

Edinburg purchased the department’s current body cameras in April 2016.

“There was a battery life issue,” said police Chief David White, adding that cameras with battery problems will be replaced.

The Edinburg City Council also approved the purchase of 17 new body cameras and related equipment for the department, which will cost nearly $36,500.

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