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... limited due to the distance and often times officers do not stay in their vehicles when approaching a perpetrator so the cameras in the vehicles are ultimately useless and have many flaws and are restricted as to how much they can really do. Another point of arrangement for opposers is cost. Although body cameras would be costly for the departments of justice it is worth the cost, the amount of lawsuits filed due to police brutally goes up yearly and is financially draining for the departments they would avoid these lawsuits with these body cameras and also what is cost of a life it comes nowhere close to that of a body cameras , you cannot put a price on a human 's life.
I urge you to join the movement of all lives matter and join forces regardless of race . We can make a difference by petitioning to have body cameras for police officers lets save lives !!
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