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Jersey Troopers Go to Digital Cams

The state is replacing VHS recorders in some 600 patrol cars.
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The VHS era is ending for the New Jersey State Police, according to a story in the Star-Ledger.

The state is replacing VHS recorders in some 600 patrol cars at a cost of $7,000 apiece, with state funding of $4.65 million, according to the paper.

New Jersey now has 165,000 VHS tape cluttering its evidence rooms.

The full story begins here.

Read about North Dakota’s success with digital patrol car dashboard cameras here.

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