Law enforcement officials agree that body cameras are a good thing, but processing the video information means extra costs.
Law enforcement officials agree that body cameras are a good thing, but processing the video information means extra costs. File photo
Law enforcement officials agree that body cameras are a good thing, but processing the video information means extra costs. File photo

Even after they’re bought, body cameras cost taxpayers

May 30, 2017 06:58 AM

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