Kan. officers test body-worn cameras

Fourteen Topeka police officers have been testing a point-of-view on-person camera system developed by TASER International


By Corey Jones
Topeka Capital-Journal

TOPEKA, Kan. — An interaction between a police officer and citizen becomes heated and escalates as the man denies wrongdoing, though the officer clearly caught him in the act.

The citizen, noticing what appears to be a camera attached to sunglasses the officer is wearing, inquires of the officer if that is indeed what the object is. The officer confirms this, and the man visibly thinks twice before continuing to ratchet up the situation and calms down.

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