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The influence of body cameras

A 2012-13 study at the Rialto Police Department showed that police used force less often and received fewer citizen complaints when wearing body cameras.

How body cameras influence police behavior

Sources: Rialto Police Chief William A. Farrar, University of Cambridge, University of South Florida Department of Criminology, TASER International Inc.

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