In-car cameras make Ill. cops 'uncomfortable'
Fear they might get in trouble: 'It will take a while to be accepted'
CHICAGO — In the 1960s, Chicago cops initially griped about having to wear radios on their belts.
In the last decade, some fretted about having to communicate for the first time through laptop computers in their cars.
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