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    Commander Eric Lowe of the Lexington Police Department explains the use and implementation of body cameras that attach to the collar or glasses of police officers to record responses and incidents.

Commander Eric Lowe of the Lexington Police Department explains the use and implementation of body cameras that attach to the collar or glasses of police officers to record responses and incidents. Marcus Dorsey mdorsey@herald-leader.com
Commander Eric Lowe of the Lexington Police Department explains the use and implementation of body cameras that attach to the collar or glasses of police officers to record responses and incidents. Marcus Dorsey mdorsey@herald-leader.com

Newly released details explain how Lexington police will use body cameras

July 28, 2016 1:04 PM