By Jean Falbo-Sosnovich
ANSONIA >> Ansonia police officers will soon be armed with a tool aimed
at keeping interaction between police and citizens transparent.
Lt. Andrew Cota said the police department has received a $30,000 Justice
Assistant Grant, which will be used to purchase body cameras for its
“We decided to look into getting body-worn cameras to assist our offices in
gathering information and evidence at scenes,” Cota said. “Additionally, there
will be a recording of police and citizen interactions in the event that a
complaint is made about an officer’s demeanor or actions.”
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