Police union threatens legal action over body cameras

Chris Collins, union president, said the cameras represent a "clear change in working conditions"


By Joe Schoenmann

Las Vegas Sun

LAS VEGAS — Metro Police don't have dashboard cameras, but this week officers will begin testing one type of body-worn camera with hopes of purchasing more of the cameras and putting them into regular use within the next fiscal year.

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