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Putting Camera on Police Leads to Less Use of Force, Study Finds

15 days ago   |   By Peta Pixel

A research paper released by the University of Chicago Crime Lab and the Council on Criminal Justice's Taskforce on Policing shows that body-worn cameras are both “beneficial and cost-effective.”
As noted by NPR , the report is an update of a variety of studies on body-worn cameras that also compares the cost of the technology to the dollar value of the benefits that may come as a result.
Police departments around the country are using body-worn cameras in an effort to better monitor how officers are performing in the field. This system is in place in the hope that it will reduce the...
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