Motorcycle traffic officer James Beebe shows a suction cup helmet-mounted camera after Fresno police chief Jerry Dyer announced the implementation of body cameras for uniformed officers in 2015. Columnist Steven Strauss says perhaps these should be adapted for teachers and doctors.
Motorcycle traffic officer James Beebe shows a suction cup helmet-mounted camera after Fresno police chief Jerry Dyer announced the implementation of body cameras for uniformed officers in 2015. Columnist Steven Strauss says perhaps these should be adapted for teachers and doctors. ERIC PAUL ZAMORA THE FRESNO BEE
Motorcycle traffic officer James Beebe shows a suction cup helmet-mounted camera after Fresno police chief Jerry Dyer announced the implementation of body cameras for uniformed officers in 2015. Columnist Steven Strauss says perhaps these should be adapted for teachers and doctors. ERIC PAUL ZAMORA THE FRESNO BEE

Steven Strauss: Why not make teachers, doctors wear body cameras?

April 05, 2016 06:38 AM

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