March 26, 2004 By News Report
"The Office of Public Safety and the Chief and Sheriff Associations are to be commended for their effort in making this a reality," said Long. "Our goal was to equip every law enforcement vehicle in the state with in-car video equipment, and we have successfully obtained this goal."
Local agencies receiving cameras are the police departments in Alcester, Belle Fourche, Beresford, Box Elder, Brookings, Brandon, Canton, Corsica, Deadwood, Elk Point, Estelline, Eureka, Faith, Garretson, Harrisburg, Highmore, Huron, Jefferson, Lead, Leola, Madison, Miller, Mission, Mobridge, Montrose, North Sioux City, Watertown, Worthing, Yankton, USD Campus Police -- and the sheriff's offices of Beadle, Butte, Clark, Davison, Deuel, Dewey, Douglas, Edmunds, Faulk, Haakon, Hamlin, Hutchinson, Hyde, Lawrence, Lincoln, Marshall, McPherson, Meade, Moody, Pennington, Spink, Sully, Turner, Union and Yankton counties.
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