When police officers put on their uniforms and grab their weapons before moonlighting in security jobs at nightclubs, hospitals, and ballparks, they often leave their body cameras behind, the Associated Press reports. That's because most police agencies that make the cameras mandatory for patrol work don't require or won't allow body cameras for off-duty officers even if they're working in uniform. That leaves a . . .
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