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Kingman County Sheriff's officers now are using body cameras to record interactions with the public. The cameras are part of an effort to increase transparency and support the relationship between citizens and the public, said Sheriff Randy Hill.The cameras have been in use since early May. They can be mounted on an officer's lapel, shirt or glasses and will record interactions with the public during the officer's shift. The department also upgraded its vehicle cameras. Click on the link below to read the full news release.