Bradley approves $70k for new Police Cameras


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BRADLEY – The Village of Bradley approved the purchase of $70,000 in new police surveillance cameras.

A total of nine surveillance cameras will be put into place immediately, with more to follow. Cameras are expected to be installed among the business corridor on Route 50 and boarders of the Village, including Cardinal Drive, Broadway and at Bradley-Bourbonnais Community High School.

The cameras will be used to enhance police response to crimes and also track suspicious vehicles on area streets.

Additional surveillance cameras will be posted outside of other schools in the village, along with several other locations.


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