Dickson Mayor Don L. Weiss Jr. administered the Peace Officer’s Oath to Dickson Police Department Officer Cameron Stinson at the June 15 Finance and Management Committee meeting.
Stinson, a December graduate of the Tennessee Law Enforcement Training Academy, came to the Dickson Police Department from the Dickson County Sheriff’s Office on March 1. He is assigned to the department’s Patrol Division.
The Bon Aqua native is a member of the Tennessee Army National Guard’s tanker unit based in Ashland City since 2018. Prior to entering law enforcement, Stinson graduated from culinary arts school.
Officer Stinson and his wife, Cara, have three sons: Connor, Chadwick and Colton; and are expecting another child this fall. He is the son of Roy Stinson, a patrol officer with the Fairview Police Department since 2019 and former corrections officer at the Dickson County Sheriff’s Office.
At the meeting, the Finance and Management Committee unanimously approved a purchase order for $7,865 from Digital Ally for three in-car camera systems for new police vehicles added in the 2019-20 budget.