Sources: Minneapolis Police to Wear Body Cameras in 2014KSTP TV
Oct. 21, 2013
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"We checked and found the city has settled police misconduct lawsuits for $8 million over the past five years. Police officials think this number will go down with the use of body cams and that it will also protect their officers from frivolous complaints of bad behavior."