The Raleigh City Council has approved a plan to buy and use body-worn cameras for 600 officers over the next three years, but hasn't developed policies for storing the footage or releasing it to the public.
The Raleigh City Council has approved a plan to buy and use body-worn cameras for 600 officers over the next three years, but hasn't developed policies for storing the footage or releasing it to the public. BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI AFP/Getty Images
The Raleigh City Council has approved a plan to buy and use body-worn cameras for 600 officers over the next three years, but hasn't developed policies for storing the footage or releasing it to the public. BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI AFP/Getty Images

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