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Body-Worn Cameras

Read: BSO Deputy Accused of Using Excessive Force on Handcuffed Patient

BSO Deputy Accused of Using Excessive Force on Handcuffed Patient

The Broward Public Defender’s Office says the deputy used excessive force against the man and the mayor of Broward County believes he should be fired.

Read: AP: Police Officer Videos Often Withheld from Public

AP: Police Officer Videos Often Withheld from Public

The AP found that it is typical for police to not release their videos, claiming that doing so would compromise an ongoing investigation.

Read: Expect to See More Police Body Cams, IHS Markit Says

Expect to See More Police Body Cams, IHS Markit Says

As more police officers use body cameras, the demand for sophisticated digital evidence management software becomes more essential.

Read: Grand Jury Clears Portland State Officers Involved in Shooting

Grand Jury Clears Portland State Officers Involved in Shooting

An Oregon jury decided the two campus police officers who shot and killed a man outside a bar in Portland will not face criminal charges.

Read: Security Consultant: Police Bodycam Footage Can Be Hacked, Modified

Security Consultant: Police Bodycam Footage Can Be Hacked, Modified

Vulnerabilities in the software for five popular police bodycam brands allow hackers to delete or manipulate video footage, says a security consultant.

Read: Video Shows N.C. Officers’ Fatal Shooting of Armed Patient

Video Shows N.C. Officers’ Fatal Shooting of Armed Patient

Huntsville police officers say the suspect pointed his gun at them before they fired their weapons.

Read: Utah Nurse Alex Wubbels Reaches $500K Settlement for Arrest Video

Utah Nurse Alex Wubbels Reaches $500K Settlement for Arrest Video

The nurse plans to donate part of the money to a local nurses union and to help people obtain body camera footage of incidents involving themselves.

Read: Utah Police Officer in Controversial Nurse Arrest Video Fired

Utah Police Officer in Controversial Nurse Arrest Video Fired

Detective Jeff Payne plans to appeal the decision.

Read: Utah Hospital, Police Change Protocol Following Nurse’s Arrest

Utah Hospital, Police Change Protocol Following Nurse’s Arrest

New hospital policies ban police officers from entering patient-care areas and require that they check in instead of entering through the emergency room.

Read: Utah Nurse Arrested for Refusing to Let Police Draw Blood from Patient

Utah Nurse Arrested for Refusing to Let Police Draw Blood from Patient

Video footage shows the burn unit nurse explaining policies which protect patients from unlawfully having blood drawn by police.

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