Body cameras for Grand Rapids police officers have started coming in.
WOOD-TV and The Grand Rapids Press report that 20 officers wore the cameras Thursday night after the city received its first shipment of the equipment.
The department has ordered 298 cameras. A pilot program was held earlier this year.
A number of other Michigan departments and police agencies across the country are considering adding the cameras as a level of transparency during potential clashes with crime suspects or other members of the public.