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Chief Flynn discusses new technology

Milwaukee's Police Chief addressed crime concerns during a discussion today at Marquette University.  Recent police shootings have prompted a call for body cameras.  Chief Ed Flynn says despite public perception. His officers welcome the new technology.

\"If America has decided to give up its privacy in moments of its greatest family crisis, so I can walk into your house when you've got crazy hair and your son is drunk on the couch throwing up on himself and somebody broke the furniture. If you are happy with that and if you are a public office holder and happy with the newspaper requesting so they can get the film of that moment of crisis in your life if that's ok with you that's sure ok with us,\" said Chief Flynn.

Flynn said all Milwaukee Police Officers will be wearing body cameras in about six to eight weeks. 

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