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Correction to a story posted June 16
In a June 16 story on this website, ABQ Free Press published a photo that purported to show top Albuquerque Police Department officials attending a community meeting without APD-mandated body cameras.
APD examined the photo and noted that at least four of the five the officers in the photo can be seen wearing body cameras on their belts, which is permissible under APD policy.
The officers in the photo are: front row left to right: Assistant Chief Robert Huntsman, Major Tim Gonterman, Major Jessica Tyler; Second row: Deputy Chief Eric Garcia and Major Arturo Gonzales.
The story noted that Chief Gorden Eden, who was at the meeting, was not wearing a lapel camera. Both belt cameras and lapel cameras are acceptable under the APD body-camera policy.
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