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Nearly 200 Boston Police Officers To Start Wearing Body Cameras

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Nearly 200 Boston Police Officers To Start Wearing Body Cameras

Nearly 200 Boston Police Officers To Start Wearing Body Cameras

Officers assigned to South Boston, Dorchester and the youth violence strike force will now have the cameras.

WBZ-TV's Mike LaCrosse reports.

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