Ten police officers keeping tabs on voting during Sunday's governor election will wear cameras beaming live images from polling centres to the police bureau monitoring centre, Pol Maj-General Adul Narongsak, a deputy city police chief, said on Friday.
Each officer would carry a camera fitted to his shoulder, he said.
The cameras would record both video and audio. They would transmit on the 3G mobile spectrum to the main office of the Metropolitan Police Bureau and would be used in the detection of any wrongdoing. The recordings could later be used as evidence if needed.
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