Homerun | Jan 7, 2014 | 8:21

Montreal police consider personal cameras

"Sometimes mistakes happen... It can be useful to see both sides of the story," says police spokesman Ian Lafrenière. He spoke to Sue Smith about the force's decision to consider equipping officers with cameras.

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