Minneapolis Police Chief Harteau on new body camera policy

Officer wearing a body camera
Officer Ken Feucht was among the first Minneapolis officers wearing a body camera while on duty. Next to him is deputy chief Medaria Arradondo. Photographed July 19, 2016.
Brandt Williams | MPR News

This month marks the beginning of the Minneapolis Police Department's new policy around body cameras.

Janee Harteau, Minneapolis Chief of Police, talked with Tom Weber about giving officers body cameras - and how she thinks the cameras will affect calls for reformed policing around the country.

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