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Cleveland police seek feedback on body cams as transparency, accountability is questioned

CLEVELAND – Five months after their initial roll out, police body cameras are now in four of Cleveland’s five police districts. Police are asking for public feedback through an online survey as some question whether the program is achieving its goals, which include accountability and transparency.

Officers in Cleveland’s Fourth District first started wearing the cameras in February. By the end of this week, police leaders said 54 percent of implementation will be completed, with more than 800 cameras in use. Officials said there have been only minor issues with the deployment, so far.  Continue>>>