LOGAN — Logan Police Chief Zach Cavalier recently shared with the Logan City Council a couple of additional options for purchasing a new camera system for the Logan Police Department after finding out the option chosen and approved at the last meeting cost significantly more than originally estimated.
At the August 24 meeting, Cavalier talked to the Council about two options.
Cavalier spoke about one particular system, Axon. He called them more “well-known and reputable” than the other company, Wolfcom.
Following the discussion, city officials decided to go with Axon. The purchase included two in-car cams, two rear-facing cams and three body cams for an estimated total of $15,600.
However, after talking to the company again and getting an exact price, it ended up being roughly $6,500 higher than that estimated price.
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