Baltimore County weighs whether to require body cameras for moonlighting officers

After an off-duty police officer fatally shot a man in a supermarket parking lot last week, Baltimore County officials say they are considering requiring officers who moonlight as security guards to wear their body cameras. County Executive Kevin Kamenetz has asked the county attorney to review the issue after a police officer working security shot and killed 35-year-old Christopher E. Clapp outside a Giant supermarket in Catonsville. State Sen. Jim Brochin, a Baltimore County Democrat, called for the county to require the camera use. (Balt. Sun)

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