Special Report: Police Body-Worn Cameras
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The proactive steps being taken by law enforcement and legislators at the federal and state level are most welcome by prosecutors.
“It’s important to slow down and get things right,” the assistant chief in Montgomery County, Maryland, told members of the National Association of Counties during a law enforcement subcommittee session this weekend.
As law enforcement agencies implement these important policing tools, there are important issues with storing and protecting data and when to make it available to the public.
These questions should be answered at the time of BWC deployment.
Law enforcement policies must be established before the video evidence piles up.
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