Recorded images will be uploaded to the Internet-based Evidence.com
storage system and officers cannot edit or alter the data. Residents may
obtain copies of the footage through open-records requests. The
department began testing the cameras in May 2012 and has hopes to equip
60 to 75 percent of the 700 patrol officers with the devices. The cost
for the cameras is around $670,000. The Department says the funding for
the program comes from money seized by drug dealers.