CARMI, IL (WFIE) - Carmi's city parks are getting a brand new security system.
That's after a stabbing at Bradshaw Park prompted police and city leaders to look into changes.
City council members unanimously voted to upgrade it. The city is buying 9 digital night vision cameras for about $14,000.
Police Chief Jason Carter says officers will be able to look at the footage any time in real time.
He had pushed for new cameras and also for a park curfew.
Right now, no curfew is in place.