Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron has gotten an approval for armed security through the end of the 2020 after he received threats to his safety, according to documents from his office. Cameron led the investigation into the raid of Breonna Taylor's apartment in March of this year and received threats and backlash after announcing in late September that no charges would be brought directly relating to her death.

The Government Contract Review Committee approved the attorney general's request for security after he received "several serious, credible threats to the Attorney General's health, welfare, and, safety," according to documents.

The contract will go until December 31, 2020 and was approved up to $300,000.