Police cars and police/city recording policies on Centerton’s city council agenda


The City of Centerton will open a discussion about police taking home patrol cars, and police and city recording policy, at the city council meeting on Tuesday, June 11.  

In April of this year, KNWA obtained voice and video recordings that showed a divided police department, in addition to officer complaints not being addressed by Centerton Mayor Bill Edwards.  The mayor could be heard saying he didn’t want to deal with [police] issues because as he said, “I wanna wait until we get a chief in here. I don’t want to deal with this.”

The meeting is at 6 p.m. at Centerton City Hall.

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