NYPD announces pilot program for testing body cameras on officers

The department will test a camera worn behind

The department will test a camera worn behind the ear and another clipped to the uniform.

Police Commissioner Bill Bratton has announced that the NYPD will roll out a pilot program to have officers wear body cameras.

The department will distribute 60 devices to patrol officers in five precincts and one police service area, including the 40th Precinct in the Bronx. It'll involve the testing of two different types of cameras, both of which can be activated and shut off by the cop...

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