The Marin County Sheriff’s Office plans to test the effectiveness of implementing on-body cameras for its deputies, contrary to a finding in a February Civil Grand Jury report, “Get the Picture? Audiovisual Technology and Marin Law Enforcement,” which recommended purchasing the cameras that can be attached to hats, collars or glasses. Studies in other jurisdictions found the technology . . .

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