Counties Pushing For Police Body Cameras

Some Indiana Counties are pushing to have their officers equipped with body cameras. The purpose is to collect potentially crucial evidence during police interactions with suspects. Council members in Gibson County, downstate have approved allocating $20,000 in riverboat revenue to pay for 20 cameras and accessories for the county's deputies. It's all in the wake of a Ferguson, Missouri, police officer's deadly  shooting of a teenager that sparked days of rioting in that community. One councilman goes as far to say the 20-grand is money well-spent if it can prevent a big lawsuit.