Shortly after Buckeye, Arizona equipped police with 66 body cameras in early February of 2015, the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office is purchasing 700 cameras for its deputies. The purchase, estimated to cost $1 million dollars, is in part the result of Maricopa deputies being found guilty of racial profiling in 2007. Body cameras have been part of a growing national discussion about police violence and racial profiling, and are on their way to becoming a regular sight among local police. Reuters and other news agencies have picked up the story. Read it here.