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Digital video evidence using dash-mounted, body-worn, cellular devices, and audio recorders are reducing complaints and accusations against officers.
Implementing a body camera or dash camera program will pay off in terms of criminal prosecutions, civil litigation, and complaint processing making your agency a leader on the digital and data frontier.
While implementing a body worn camera program can be a massive undertaking, policy is fundamentally important to the survival of any law enforcement agency.
Digital evidence, grant applications, camera footage, evidence receipts, case reports, and everything in between can be requested via an FOIA request.
The primary use of body cameras in law enforcement is criminal prosecutions but we would like to touch on the outer edges of good and bad practices.
While bringing a sophisticated camera program into law enforcement can be a great tool, there are limits that we can expect to reach, and that officer safety will always trump camera considerations.