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What Are Body Worn Cameras?

Updated: Dec 31, 2021

A Body Worn Camera is a small video and audio recorder worn and a police officer's chest or as a headset. It is turned on to record video and audio of law enforcement encounters with the public, often saved with time and date stamps. This all day footage is maintained by the police agencies or third party vendors.


Does your City Have Body Cameras?

  • Body cameras can be vital in your community

  • According to www.govtech.com, a study showed that the number of officers involved in use-of-force incidents decreased by 37%.

  • If your not sure, reach out to your local police station about them!




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