A police officer’s fatal shooting of a suspect on Monday ignited calls for Raleigh officers to wear body-worn cameras – but prompted city leaders to postpone a discussion on the cameras that happened to be scheduled for the same day.
A police officer’s fatal shooting of a suspect on Monday ignited calls for Raleigh officers to wear body-worn cameras – but prompted city leaders to postpone a discussion on the cameras that happened to be scheduled for the same day. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
A police officer’s fatal shooting of a suspect on Monday ignited calls for Raleigh officers to wear body-worn cameras – but prompted city leaders to postpone a discussion on the cameras that happened to be scheduled for the same day. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com

Before police shooting, Raleigh chief intended to lay out body camera plan

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