The REJIS Commission (herein, REJIS) is soliciting proposals from qualified companies on behalf of a collective of eight St. Louis area Municipal Police Departments (herein, the Collective) for two hundred and fifty (250) to three hundred (300) officer worn body cameras. The Collective consists of police departments in Bellefontaine Neighbors, Brentwood, Bridgeton, Clayton, Moline Acres, Richmond Heights, Town & Country, and the University of Missouri – St. Louis. In addition, companies must provide a software solution, which partners with the provided body worn cameras to manage, retrieve and share captured digital video. Qualified companies will also provide a Service Agreement that includes service on equipment, hardware and software. Potential Vendors must demonstrate experience in designing and maintaining body worn camera and associated software. Potential Vendors shall only submit one proposal per firm.


Goals and Objectives

The intent of this request for proposals is to acquire body worn video cameras for public safety use that offers ease of use, functionality, and recording capabilities. Potential Vendors will also be required to provide training on the use of body cameras and associated software. Potential vendors are directed not to include storage in their proposal. Storage for body worn camera video is planned to be hosted at REJIS. Potential Vendors will also be required to work with REJIS to ensure that the storage solution works seamlessly with the hardware and software of the Potential Vendor.

Schedule of Events



1. Release Request for Proposal

June 15, 2018

2. Deadline to submit written questions           

June 22, 2018

3. Response to written questions posted on website      

June 27, 2018

4. Deadline for submitting proposal      

Close of business, July 18, 2018

5. Proposal opening date

July 18, 2018

6. Tentative contract award date

October 1, 2018

 Two days have been added to the deadline for submitting a proposal. The new deadline for submitting the proposal is close of business, July 18. This was done because responses to the questions about the RFP were not posted by the identified date of June 27

Designated Contact

Any explanation desired by a potential vendor regarding the meaning or interpretation of any RFP provision or questions must be submitted via email to the procurement contact, Joseph Durso, no later than close of business on June 22,  2018.  Joseph Durso is the only individual who may be contacted regarding the RFP and all inquiries should be sent to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . Responses to the questions will be posted as an Addendum to the RFP by June 27, 2018 on the REJIS website.

Budget Detail Worksheet

Per request, an example budget detail worksheet in Excel has been created and is available here.

BWC Appendix 1

Per request, a Word document has been created for Appendix 1 and is available here.

BWC RFP Answers to Questions from Vendors

This document is in response to questions that were sent by potential vendors.  Click here.


The link to the full proposal detailing the requirements is available here.