Delaware State Police say the department will start a pilot program to study body-worn video cameras.
Col. Nathaniel McQueen Jr., state police superintendent, said in a news release Thursday that 25 troopers have started using the cameras.
The study to evaluate different camera types, mounting styles, evidence management and data storage.
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"Conducting a body-worn camera pilot project will provide the Delaware State Police with a great opportunity to evaluate the impact of body-worn cameras on Troopers and on the community," said McQueen.