Indianapolis police to get body cameras in wake of killings

Jamie Reed, the father of Dreasjon Reed, attends a press conference by family and legal counsel near 62nd Street and Michigan Road in Indianapolis on Tuesday, May 12, 2020, following the May 6 police shooting death of Reed./(Robert Scheer/The Indianapolis Star via AP)

INDIANAPOLIS — Indianapolis police officers will be equipped with body cameras starting this summer in an effort that was already underway before officers fatally shot two black men last week, sparking protests, city officials said Tuesday.