Fresno Police motorcycle traffic officer James Beebe wears an Axon Flex body camera mounted by suction cup to his helmet at a January 2015 news conference where police Chief Jerry Dyer announced the department would begin equipping its officers with body cameras.
Fresno Police motorcycle traffic officer James Beebe wears an Axon Flex body camera mounted by suction cup to his helmet at a January 2015 news conference where police Chief Jerry Dyer announced the department would begin equipping its officers with body cameras. ERIC PAUL ZAMORA Fresno Bee file
Fresno Police motorcycle traffic officer James Beebe wears an Axon Flex body camera mounted by suction cup to his helmet at a January 2015 news conference where police Chief Jerry Dyer announced the department would begin equipping its officers with body cameras. ERIC PAUL ZAMORA Fresno Bee file

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