As calls for body-worn cameras on police officers increase, many law enforcement agencies are still holding out on the most traditional form of officer camera: the dashboard camera. 

An investigation by 10News WTSP revealed that most local police departments and sheriff’s offices around West/Central Florida have dashcams on fewer than 6 percent of their cruisers, with some of the state’s largest agencies refusing to buy a single camera for their fleet.

The station surveyed the 12 largest police and sheriff’s departments in the area and found that just three had dashcams installed in more than 10 percent of their vehicles.