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By 2014, there will be cameras installed in 350 police patrol vehicles in Calgary.
The dash cam program has captured nearly 1,000 criminal and traffic cases since 2009, including one arrest that put a Sun photographer in the middle of the action.
and the suspect crashed his car after trying to evade police.
LYLE ASPINALL/SUN FILE The Calgary Police Service announced Monday it was expanding the number to body-mounted cameras on the streets.