North Carolina Bans Public Access To Police Body Cam, Dash Cam Footage

Known as the “Law Enforcement Recordings/No Public Record” law, introduced as HB 972, the contentious legislation goes into effect on October 1 this year.

A Police body camera is displayed at a news conference

As if holding police accountable for acts of brutality, killings, and other wrongdoing weren’t difficult enough already, one state just made the effort significantly more cumbersome — by banning public accessibility to footage recorded by police. North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory signed the law, which says all footage — dash camera video, body cam

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Fresno Police Release Body Cam Footage Of Dylan Noble Shooting

Fresno police claim Dylan Noble reached for his waistband, causing them to fear for their lives, but the body cam footage tells another story.

Police in Fresno, California, have released bodycam footage which shows the fatal shooting of 19-year-old Dylan Noble at a gas station last month

UPDATE: The body cam footage showing Fresno police shooting and killing Dylan Noble was just released and it’s not pretty, showing the cops pull him over at gunpoint, ordering him to show him his hands. It appears as if one hand wasn’t visible so they shot him. And when he fell to the ground and clutched his chest in the area where he had been

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New Indiana Bill Would Allow Police To Censor Body, Dash Cam Footage

Critics say the bill hampers the public’s ability to hold police accountable, especially when the person asking for access to footage is not a relative or is a member of the media.

A Police body camera is displayed at a news conference

A newly proposed Indiana bill would allow police departments to decide whether to release video footage captured on body-worn or dashboard cameras to the general public. House Bill 1019 immediately drew criticism from the Hoosier State Press Association, which argued the bill could undermine the purpose of such cameras in the first place: to

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Body Cam Footage Leads To Arrest Of Police Officers Who Shot 6-Year-Old Boy

Jeremy Mardis has become the youngest person to be killed by police officers in 2015. Col. Edmonson said that he died buckled to the front seat of the car.

A Police body camera is displayed at a news conference

Jeremy Mardis, a 6-year-old boy with autism was shot dead by Louisiana State Police officers, Norris Greenhouse Jr. and Derrick Stafford last Tuesday. The two officers have been arrested on charges of second-degree murder and attempted second-degree murder. The video footage and arrest has been attributed to police use of body cameras. The body

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Citizen’s Private Body Cam Protects Him From Cops Who Lied To Get Him Fired

After being caught in their lies, the two deputies now face the possibility of termination for dishonesty.

King County, WA — City bus driver, Kelvin Kirkpatrick purchased a set of glasses that take HD video as a means of feeling safe in the event the Metro Security cameras on his bus failed. However, these camera glasses would prove to be incredibly valuable in an entire other sense. Kirkpatrick was becoming frustrated with the lack of security

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LAPD Removed Antennas From Police Cruisers In Inner City To Disable Recording Devices

“About half of the estimated 80 cars in one South L.A. patrol division were missing antennas, which help capture what officers say in the field. The antennas in at least 10 more cars in nearby divisions had also been removed.”

The Los Angeles Police Department is coming under fire after it was revealed that police officers have been routinely tampering with video and voice recording equipment. The department is often at the center of controversy and police brutality protests, making the disabling of dozens of patrol cars’ monitoring systems even more

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