Justice Department: $20 million for police body camera program

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WASHINGTON — The Department of Justice announced Friday a new $20 million program to fund the use of police body cameras in local law enforcement organizations across the country.

The plan includes $17 million in grants for departments to buy cameras, as well as $3 million for training, technical assistance and evaluation.

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