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December 4, 2014

Many Police Departments Looking Into Body Cameras

In the aftermath of President Obama pledging $75 million to give 50,000 police officers body cameras, South Dakota police departments are looking into purchasing their own camera equipment. Rapid City Journal reports that some cities such as Sturgis and Belle Fourche already use body cams. Other departments, such as the Rapid City Police Department, are looking into body cameras, but are also wary of costs, as each camera can run around $800. 

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