Vivian Ho

San Francisco Chronicle

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When police departments around the country have mandated body cameras, both uses of force by officers and public complaints have often dropped dramatically.

Will Police Body Cams Make the LAPD User Friendly?

When police departments around the country have mandated body cameras, both uses of force by officers and public complaints have often dropped dramatically.

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