Indianapolis has begun equipping police officers with body cameras. East District officers will be the first to get cameras. IMPD plans to hook up 10 officers a day until the entire force is wired for video by early October, a week or two later than originally scheduled. Police Chief Randal Taylor says the cameras will turn on automatically when an officer arrives at a dispatched call, draws his gun, gets in a fight or a chase, or turns on his lights and siren. Taylor says he plans to release video in controversial incidents like shootings, unless it would interfere with an investigation. Video will upload automatically to a cloud server, where state law requires the department to preserve it for at least six months. If there’s legal action in that time, it’ll be preserved longer.