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  • Police body cameras leave local agencies guessing on policy

    Before body cameras become a police standard in North Carolina — inevitably, according to many in law enforcement — the state needs to address statutory voids that leave local agencies guessing on policy, officials are increasingly saying.

Police body cameras leave local agencies guessing on policy

Before body cameras become a police standard in North Carolina — inevitably, according to many in law enforcement — the state needs to address statutory voids that leave local agencies guessing on policy, officials are increasingly saying.
Benjamin Brown/NC Insider bbrown@ncinsider.com