Body-worn cameras can’t come soon enough


There are very few places these days that don’t fall under the shadow of a camera lens.
Because images can be uploaded and shared with millions via social media and the Internet, the ubiquitous nature of cameras has changed our perception of the nearly 700,000 police officers who patrol the U.S.
A Gallup poll published in June indicates that 52 percent of Americans have confidence in the police, which ties a 1993 low. The poll shows the confidence rating ranging between 52 and 64 percent since ...

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