12/10/2014 04:38 pm ET Updated Dec 10, 2014

Investigation Of 5 Cities Finds Body Cameras Usually Help Police

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A three-month Fusion investigation that reviewed hundreds of pages of records from five police departments with body camera programs reveals that the way body cameras are used usually serve police more than citizens charging misconduct. And in the data from two cities provided to Fusion, there was little evidence police body cameras reduced police involved shootings or use of force incidents.

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