As cellphone videos are becoming more common in cases of alleged police misconduct, it's no surprise police departments are deciding to employ technology to record video from the officer's point of view.
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In a June 8, 2011 photo, Johnson County Sheriff's Dept. Sgt. Paul Nonnast demonstrates one of the TASER Axon video system cameras. Johnson County sheriff's deputies are among the first officers in the country to wear cameras on their ears, in an effort to provide a better record of what happens during contact between officers and the public.
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