Ga. police K-9 gets body camera

The video camera will be mounted on K-9 Ergo and record footage from between his ears


By PoliceOne Staff

WARNER ROBINS, Ga. — Police are outfitting one of their K-9s with an attachable camera that will let them see from the dog's view.

Warner Robins police told The Telegraph the $8,000 camera will be mounted on a vest worn by K-9 Ergo and will record footage from between his ears.

The K-9 handler attaches a portable viewing screen to his wrist to see what the dog does, police spokeswoman Tabitha Pugh said.

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