Wash. police to get in-car video to record public encounters


By Jonathan Brunt
Spokesman Review

SPOKANE, Wash. — Spokane police patrol cars may soon be equipped with cameras to record encounters with the public.

The Spokane City Council last week agreed to spend $1.1 million from reserves to implement recommendations made by the Use of Force Commission earlier this year.

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