Some Chicago Probation Officers to Get Body Cameras

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The Cook County probation department in Chicago for the first time plans to equip some of its officers with body cameras, a move that follows allegations that rogue officers had planted drugs, stolen money and violated the civil rights of probationers during home curfew checks, the Chicago Tribune reports. Chief Judge Timothy Evans, who oversees the court's adult probation department, said body . . .

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