Inspector general: ABQ's latest deal with Taser International is fair, unbiased Web Staff
February 28, 2017 06:47 AM

The City of Albuquerque has had a questionable relationship with the company supplying police lapel cameras, but it appears things have changed.


An investigation by the Office of the Inspector General determined the city's latest deal with Taser International was made through a fair and unbiased process. The $5 million deal, announced last year, runs through 2020.

This comes after former Albuquerque Police Chief Ray Schultz was accused of rigging another $2 million contract with Taser in 2013. Schultz worked as a consultant for the company months before he retired from APD.

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