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Casino: Vevay, Ind. police to get body cameras

SWITZERLAND CO., IN (FOX19) -

Belterra Casino Resort at 2 p.m. today will announce a partnership with the Switzerland County Prosecutor's Office to provide money for body cameras to the Vevay Police Department.

The money is for the AXON Flex camera system. The funding will cover six full-time Vevay officers who will wear the cameras.

The casino says the "camera system will aid in the collection of evidence and will enhance the level of service and safety of each officer."

Belterra is located in Florence, Ind. and is about 8 miles from Vevay, Ind.

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