If you interact with a police officer in Georgia, smile, you might be on camera.
The Georgia Department of Natural Resources say they made a "good investment" when they purchased body-mounted cameras for police officers.
Officials say the devices, called "vid-mics," record both video and audio and serve multiple purposes.
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