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Incidents caught on camera increase department scrutiny of officers




April 19, 2010

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Incidents caught on camera increase department scrutiny of officers
Incidents caught on camera increase department scrutiny of officers Some say cameras are exposing behavior that police have gotten away with for years. But others say the videos turn officers into villains for simply doing their jobs, making them targets of discipline from bosses under pressure.

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