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Should Police Officers Wear Body Cameras?
Police officers should wear and operate body cameras during all civilian-police encounters.
Police body cameras protect civilians from police misconduct.
The police want body cameras.
Police body cameras provide courts with more clear and accurate depictions of encounters between police and civilians.
Body cameras protect policemen from false accusations of misconduct.
Footage from body cameras can be a unique tool to train officers on best practice and professionalism.
Police body cameras expose the faces of child victims.
With the viewing angle being limited, information can be limited or misleading which would do more harm than good.
People can respond violently to being filmed.
Police body cameras invade civilian privacy.
Police body cameras are too expensive.
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