UAE police to start wearing body cameras to track suspected domestic violence | USA Today
The U.S. Department of Defense is rolling out new body cameras for law enforcement across the military, according to an Associated Press report.
The cameras are designed to record police officers, firefighters, military members, and others who may be injured or threatened by a suspect.
The cameras are expected to be available in 2021.
The AP reported that the cameras will be “fitted with infrared sensors, cameras, and a video-recording device” to track the “behavior of suspects who appear to be resisting arrest.”
The devices will be attached to body armor, body-worn cameras, or body scanners, according the AP.
This article originally appeared at USA Today.