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COPS Releases Guidance on Deploying Body-Worn Cameras

“Implementing a Body-Worn Camera Program: Recommendations and Lessons Learned" analyzes the costs and benefits associated with the use of on-body video surveillance.

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The program is designed to improve officer accountability in secondary employment roles. By CS Staff · March 20, 2017

The small number of such cases has some blaming the media for misleading the public on the issue. By CS Staff · January 05, 2017

The officer shot an armed student who was making threats. By CS Staff · January 05, 2017

The security cameras will be installed in each of the fleet's 110 vans. By CS Staff · September 29, 2016

The ten new cameras will be self-funded and cost $4,045. By CS Staff · March 18, 2016

A study revealed that police are not deterred from using excessive force by on-body cameras. By CS Staff · March 10, 2016

The University also apologized for the fatal shooting and will provide free tuition to the victim's children. By CS Staff · January 19, 2016

The decision comes after video was released showing an officer's fatal shooting of a 26-year-old male. By CS Staff · December 29, 2015

The video was released at the conclusion of the state police investigation and was previously shown to the victim's family. The district attorney, who already held the opinion that the officer was justified in using force, said the video didn't change his opinion on the incident. By Zach Winn · December 11, 2015

The survey also found that about half of Americans think the cameras would reduce tensions between citizens and police officers. By CS Staff · December 02, 2015