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Costa Mesa Approves Police to Wear Body Cameras, $1M Contract

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Costa Mesa Police Chief Bryan Glass said a plan was underway to upgrade their systems when protests broke out in late May against racial inequality and police brutality. The City Council has approved spending nearly $1M on a cloud-based monitoring system.

A majority of Orange County cities already provide their officers with body-worn cameras such as Huntington Beach, Buena Park, Santa Ana, and Anaheim.

These cameras are worn on their uniform on their upper body and are used to capture any audio and video footage during traffic stops, arrests, or other public interaction.

Participating Orange County cities have had the body cameras for more than a year and the City of Irvine is now hearing a similar proposal Tuesday, June 24.

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Rodney Mesriani

Rodney Mesriani is the principal partner of the Los Angeles and Santa Monica based Mesriani Law Group. He specializes in personal injury and employment law while also being an accomplished litigator and trial attorney. Rodney is an aggressive negotiator and a well-known and respected attorney in the areas of practice he specializes in.

He earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from California State University Northridge before attending Southwestern School of Law where he received his Juris Doctorate. While being an accomplished personal injury and employment lawyer, Rodney Mesriani has made it a point to attend numerous State Sponsored MCLE events and seminars over the years as a law practitioner to be informed of the latest laws and litigation strategies.



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