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Roving Camera 02-23-2017

Yes. Because we always have cameras on us. Why can’t the law be watched as well. — Rosa Morales, Administrative Assistant, Roxbury
Yes. So we know what’s going down. — Richard Jolley, Retired, Roxbury
I think so. It would help solve discrepancies about who did what. — Glenray Clark, Disabled, Roxbury
Yes, because of everything going on with the police. They’re committing crimes and brutality. All people are not who they say they are. Cops aren’t all law-abiding. — Keyette Jonson, Nurse’s Aide, Randolph
It’s a good thing. It could shed light on a situation and make them think twice before they do anything illegal. — Clinton Peterson Jr., Disabled, Boston
Yes, because of everything that’s happening all over the country — police shooting people in the back, in their cars — and they’re not being charged with a crime. There are no repercussions. — Bruce, Painter, Mattapan
Do you think police should be required to wear body cameras?