The status of body-worn cameras for Redding Police Officers will be discussed during Tuesday nights meeting of the Redding City Council, which might just opt to scrap the program altogether. A vocal group of opponents say they’ll be there to strongly encourage the use of cameras. 3 years ago the council allocated $250,000 from asset forfeiture funds to buy the cameras and the needed storage capacity. Chief Robert Paoletti wanted to launch a 6 month pilot program to test various camera systems, but now it’s uncertain whether there will be money for personnel to manage the data. A small but stubborn group will likely be demonstrating inside and outside of the council chambers. They’ll be demanding cameras for officers under the banner of Matthew Robinson, a 33-year-old psychiatric patient who died after a struggle with Redding Police in 2014. After his death his parents filed a multi-million dollar lawsuit against the city because the circumstances of Robinson’s resistance and subsequent death were in dispute. Tuesday’s meeting starts at 6 O’clock. The council will also discuss retail signs, food trucks in Carnegie Park, Keswick Dam Road repairs and CALPERS retiree commitments.