Should police officers be required to wear body cameras? | The Tylt
The Louisiana policemen who shot and killed Alton Sterling will not be charged with murder, and activists are once again calling for mandatory body cameras on all police officers. Supporters say recording encounters between citizens and cops reduces police violence and protects officers by providing supervisors, judges and reporters objective evidence. But other studies show body cameras don't reduce violence and they create privacy concerns for all involved. What do you think? 📸
Should police officers be required to wear body cameras?
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