Utica Police Department: Body-worn Cameras
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In 2018, the New York Attorney General provided $67,890 to the Utica Police Department for 110 body-worn cameras.
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Many law enforcement agencies require officers to attach body-worn cameras to their chests or shoulders to capture interactions with suspects and the public. Some cameras stream live and can be combined with face recognition technology.