Texas police: Body cameras help fight domestic violence

The number of dismissed domestic violence cases has dropped after introduction of the cameras


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BELL COUNTY, Texas — Cameras given to police officers across Bell County have proved a useful tool for providing evidence to prosecute domestic violence cases.

Officials in the Bell County Attorney's office say because of these cameras and valuable training for more than 300 officers in the area the amount of domestic violence cases dismissed has dropped.

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