Sycamore Police Chief Lee Ann Clark says her department was having too many problems with the body cameras they bought six months ago.
Chief Clark and her officers say the more dependable brand of cameras can't arrive soon enough.
"It's not just for the people. It's for us also, so we have a video of everything that goes on from interactions in the public with the citizens to traffic stops."Chief Clark says these body cameras will show angles that can't be seen from a dashcam video.
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