Public Advocate Letitia James reveals police body cameras

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The cameras would be worn on an officer’s lapel or belt, recording up to eight hours of video.

New Yorkers are being given a first look at the body cameras that NYPD officers could soon be wearing.

Public Advocate Letitia James debuted the technology, which she says would help solve complaints against the police department by providing an objective recording of all police-civilian interactions.

The camera is small, weighing just 3 ounces, and would be worn on an officer's lapel...

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