A body camera on his left shoulder records Garner police officer Kevin Murray's interaction with a motorist as he makes a traffic stop on his patrol in Garner on Wednesday. He is testing the camera for the Garner Police Department. A bill currently being considered in the General Assembly would require all major NC law enforcement agencies to equip their officers with body-worn cameras.
A body camera on his left shoulder records Garner police officer Kevin Murray's interaction with a motorist as he makes a traffic stop on his patrol in Garner on Wednesday. He is testing the camera for the Garner Police Department. A bill currently being considered in the General Assembly would require all major NC law enforcement agencies to equip their officers with body-worn cameras. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
A body camera on his left shoulder records Garner police officer Kevin Murray's interaction with a motorist as he makes a traffic stop on his patrol in Garner on Wednesday. He is testing the camera for the Garner Police Department. A bill currently being considered in the General Assembly would require all major NC law enforcement agencies to equip their officers with body-worn cameras. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com

Bills would require most NC police to wear body cameras

April 08, 2015 07:39 PM

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