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  • Here's how police body cameras work

    Peter Austin Onruang, president of Wolfcom, which makes body cameras, shows reporters how the devices work. Onruang says one unit costs between $250 and $400, depending on how many cameras a department wants each officer to wear. Onruang testified at an Assembly committee Monday, June 29, 2015.

Peter Austin Onruang, president of Wolfcom, which makes body cameras, shows reporters how the devices work. Onruang says one unit costs between $250 and $400, depending on how many cameras a department wants each officer to wear. Onruang testified at an Assembly committee Monday, June 29, 2015. Andrew Holzman
Peter Austin Onruang, president of Wolfcom, which makes body cameras, shows reporters how the devices work. Onruang says one unit costs between $250 and $400, depending on how many cameras a department wants each officer to wear. Onruang testified at an Assembly committee Monday, June 29, 2015. Andrew Holzman
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California lawmakers block police body camera legislation

August 23, 2016 5:01 PM

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