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Denver PD Using Body Cameras in Pilot Project

The Denver Police Department has started using body cameras on their officers. The 6-month pilot project is part of a grant from TASER International in partnership with a study by Cambridge University, which will be the first of its kind for a major metropolitan city. Read More Here.

August 28, 2014

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Stephen Tuttle @ 8/29/2014 8:41 AM

That's one of the BEST proactive Media Relations/PIO efforts I've seen in my 20 years at TASER. Strong work in providing the Denver community with facts, information & making sure there is no vacuum on of misinformation about body-cameras. I wish all agencies did this!

Michael Schrotenboer @ 9/8/2014 8:28 PM

Great new tool in the LE tool kit. My thoughts, it will not only provide transparency between LE and the public, help speed up prosecutions, but also a real deterrent to prevent unacceptable behavior towards officers.

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