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NRP Receives Digital Camera Donations for Assistance in Homeland Security
The Maryland Natural Resources Police received digital cameras and accessories today, Dec 21 valued at nearly $10,000 from Constellation Energy and BGE. The digital cameras bring current technology to the NRP for photographing evidence, suspects, and crime scenes and will enable officers to document violations and potential threats to homeland security.
Bob Beahan, Director of BGE Security and
Col. Mark S. Chaney, Superintendent of the MNRP
December 29, 2005
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