Obliging police to wear video cameras turns the tables on functionaries of the surveillance state. It gives citizens better protection against police misconduct and against violations of their constitutional rights. And it protects good cops against unfair accusations, too. Reason Science Correspondent Ronald Bailey argues that requiring police to wear video cameras should be universally adopted sooner rather than later.
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