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Baltimore County to offer details of rollout of police body cameras

Baltimore County is set to launch its police body camera program next week, starting with 150 officers. County officials plan to discuss details of the program at a news conference at police headquarters Thursday afternoon. The first 150 officers to be outfitted with cameras will come from all...

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