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The SCMPD is getting 200+ more Body Worn Cameras thanks to a $95K grant from the federal government. Right now all of our patrol officers wear them - now our detectives and sergeants will have them too #Transparency #CommunityPolicing #BodyWornCameras ... See MoreSee Less

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Mellanie DbzI know that face...5 hours ago
Bo CuljanThose look awkward to wear, but they also look like they've give a better view of what the officer sees than some videos I've seen. The chest mounted ones are so often facing a different direction or obscured by the officer's arms or other objects.5 hours ago   ·  1
Matt MikNot worth the 24000 a year5 hours ago   ·  2
Leah J. LeonBody cams in the white house or congress sounds like a better idea to this family.5 hours ago   ·  4
Ed VanceI'd rather have the money spent on more officers.3 hours ago   ·  2
Cousin VickeyAll of you should be wearing those your safety and community safety3 hours ago
Ann KortePlace it on your lapel? Looks uncomfortable but if it will keep our son and other Savannah officers safe ,(hope that's what it's for) then great. Be safe ,prayers for you all.2 hours ago

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Members of the Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police Department’s Forensics Unit and Information Management Division visited with children in Yamacraw Village today and distributed popsicles, crayons, toys, piggy banks, balls, and other items to help brighten their day. These officers were approached by the children yesterday as they investigated a shooting in the neighborhood. After talking with the kids, the officers promised to return today with a few items for the children. #CommunityPolicing #GiveBack ... See MoreSee Less

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Rick AlanYES ! Great work SCMPD.7 hours ago   ·  1
Lee GreenYour boy, Diane Carol Coleman! Great outreach!6 hours ago
Kristen SmileyMy hubby loved working for the Forensics Unit! Awesome group of folks!!!5 hours ago   ·  2
Diane Carol ColemanGreat group of people for sure!5 hours ago
Melissa OsterThat was very nice of you guys...4 hours ago
Dana Brackett FloodCommunity outreach is awesome! Great job.2 hours ago

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