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Nobles County Sheriff’s Office seeking comments on proposed policy

NCSO has developed a “Portable Audio/Video Recorders” policy

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WORTHINGTON — The Nobles County Sheriff’s Office has developed a “Portable Audio/Video Recorders” policy (NCSO Draft Policy 425 Portable Audio/Video Recorder). Per Minnesota State Statute 626, 473 Sub 2, the sheriff’s office is accepting public comment on the proposed policy.

Comments may be submitted in writing via U.S. mail or electronically via email. The proposed policy may be found on the Nobles County Sheriff’s Office website at https://www.co.nobles.mn.us/departments/sheriff/ . Please have comments submitted by 4 p.m. Jan. 18.

At 9 a.m. Jan. 19, the Nobles County board will have a public meeting to provide an opportunity for public comment regarding this policy. Information about the meeting can be found at https://www.co.nobles.mn.us/ commissioners/board-agendas-minutes/.
Comments submitted by U.S. Mail should be mailed to: Nobles County Sheriff’s Office, RE: Body-Worn Camera Policy Comments, 1530 Airport Road, Worthington 56187. They may also be submitted by email to kwilkening@co.nobles.mn.us.

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