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LAPD’s Mission Division to Be Outfitted With Department’s 1st Body Cameras

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After nearly two years of fundraising, testing and negotiating policy, body cameras will be outfitted on Los Angeles police officers starting Monday morning.

Officers working the LAPD's Mission Division, which covers San Fernando Valley communities including Sylmar and Panorama City, will be the first to get their cameras, Chief Information Officer Maggie Goodrich told member of the Police Commission last week.

Officers assigned to South L.A.'s Newton Division will start using the cameras in mid-September, followed by those working specialized units, such as Central Division traffic and SWAT.

Officials will showcase the rollout of the technology at a news conference Monday.

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