Lions donate bodycams to WPD


The Wilmington Lions Club bought two body cameras for the Wilmington Police Department. Chief Duane Weyand came to the June 6 meeting of the Lions Club to thank club members for their generous donation and said they have already been helpful since putting them in use. Lions President Bob Thomas (at left holding a bodycam, with Weyand) said, “We are pleased that the Lions can help by providing this kind of service for the betterment of the community.” Chief Weyand explained how the cameras work and said he is very pleased with their features and quality.


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The Wilmington Lions Club bought two body cameras for the Wilmington Police Department. Chief Duane Weyand came to the June 6 meeting of the Lions Club to thank club members for their generous donation and said they have already been helpful since putting them in use. Lions President Bob Thomas (at left holding a bodycam, with Weyand) said, “We are pleased that the Lions can help by providing this kind of service for the betterment of the community.” Chief Weyand explained how the cameras work and said he is very pleased with their features and quality.

The Wilmington Lions Club bought two body cameras for the Wilmington Police Department. Chief Duane Weyand came to the June 6 meeting of the Lions Club to thank club members for their generous donation and said they have already been helpful since putting them in use. Lions President Bob Thomas (at left holding a bodycam, with Weyand) said, “We are pleased that the Lions can help by providing this kind of service for the betterment of the community.” Chief Weyand explained how the cameras work and said he is very pleased with their features and quality.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_Chief-Weyand.jpgThe Wilmington Lions Club bought two body cameras for the Wilmington Police Department. Chief Duane Weyand came to the June 6 meeting of the Lions Club to thank club members for their generous donation and said they have already been helpful since putting them in use. Lions President Bob Thomas (at left holding a bodycam, with Weyand) said, “We are pleased that the Lions can help by providing this kind of service for the betterment of the community.” Chief Weyand explained how the cameras work and said he is very pleased with their features and quality. Courtesy photo
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