NYPD, Union resists order to test body cameras

It's possible that cops can't be forced to wear the extra equipment without it being first negotiated as part of their union contract


By Larry Celona , Natalie O'Neill and Georgett Roberts
The New York Post

NEW YORK — The NYPD won't implement a judge's order to outfit cops with surveillance cameras until it has a gun to its head, sources said yesterday.

And the department has an unaccustomed ally: the police union.

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