It's good that Wichita wants to put cameras in all its police cars — though doing so is dependent on getting a federal grant. Sunflower Community Action has long called for cameras as a way of protecting citizens against racial profiling and protecting police against false claims. "It takes the 'he said, she said' out of the equation," said Monty Shaw, a leader with the advocacy group. After initially resisting, the city agreed to place cameras in eight cars. That pilot project showed that cameras are an "excellent documentation tool," Deputy Police Chief Terri Moses said, adding that "they provide the best evidence in some cases." It's a win-win for citizens and police.