All front-line Calgary police officers now wearing body cameras
August 14, 2019 By Staff
Calgary police officers patrolling the streets have a new tool in their belt: body-worn cameras.
For the first time, all front-line officers are wearing the cameras, which the police service says adds a new layer of both safety and transparency to policing in the city.
“It’s been a pretty good experience. I think our officers are loving them,” Staff Sgt. Travis Baker, operational lead for the body-worn camera project, said on Aug. 14, 2019.
– Global News
Print this page
- Retired senior Mountie says answers could still come in B.C. homicides
- Police officer involved in Nova Scotia shooting out of induced coma: SIRT