Anchorage Police Union Says It Has Waited More Than A Month For City To Begin Negotiations On Body Cameras

The Anchorage police union says it has now waited more than a month for the city to begin negotiations on the policy to put body cameras on police officers.

The Anchorage Police Department completed its final draft of the policy at the end of March, but now the union needs to weigh in. 

Jeremy Conkling, the president of the Anchorage Police Department Employees Association, said he put in a request to the city’s Human Resources Department in mid-April, asking for a date to start the negotiations.

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