body-worn cameras

Justice Department funds body-worn cameras for small-town, rural, tribal police

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A $7.65 million program is open to law enforcement agencies with 50 or fewer full-time sworn personnel, as well as tribal and rural departments.

Public records requests for audio, video spiked during pandemic

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Agencies are spending far more time processing public records requests than ever before, according to data collected by a government software provider.

Body-worn cameras have struggled to achieve desired reforms

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A report from the Council on Criminal Justice finds that cameras alone have not been enough to make police departments more transparent or trusted.

New York State Police begin body-worn camera program

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New York State Police are currently being outfitted with body-worn cameras that begin filming automatically upon the draw of a gun or stun device.

Ohio Gov. DeWine proposes $10M for police body-worn cameras

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“My goal is for every police officer in the state of Ohio to have a body camera,” Gov. Mike DeWine said.

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