The Philippine National Police (PNP) yesterday started training personnel who will use the body cameras in anti-drug operations and other law enforcement functions.
Once a final acceptance is made, PNP Directorate for Logistics director Maj. Gen. Angelito Casimiro said police officers can use the body cameras during operations next month.
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