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The gear has already been used at a number of firearms and other high-risk incidents in the force area.

These include instances where police have deployed the cameras to search locations where persons have been in possession of knives or guns.

MEDIA INVITATION: 1030am, WED 10 APRIL AT DURHAM & CLEVELAND FIREARMS TRAINING CENTRE, URLAY NOOK SPECIALIST camera equipment, designed for use by police dogs and officers deployed to operations where life may be at risk is being put through its paces this week at the joint Durham and Cleveland firearms training centre.

Since January 2012 Durham Constabulary has been involved in the development of new body cameras which can be worn by police dogs, mainly at firearms and other specialist operations.

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