And while it originally drew push-back, Mesa found that the cameras improved the quality of their police service.
“I think it’s great,” Milstead said of the cameras.
At just 15 years old, Cross was drugged and chained in an attic, sold and raped several times daily for nearly a year.“If things could've ended earlier, there's things that I might not have had to endure,” Cross says.
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“It was met with some objection from the (Mesa) officers at the time.
And when we did our first test, we had people who volunteered to be part of it and we had people who were volun-told. Our use-of-force complaints went down, our discourteous complaints went down.