South Carolina Law Requires Police to Wear Body Cameras But Prohibits Releasing Its Footage

Governor Nikki Haley (R) of South Carolina recently signed into law a bill that would require all law enforcement agencies in the state to wear body cameras. However, the footage from the cameras will not be made available to the public. Al Jazeera America┬áreports that on June 10th, Haley signed the bill in a public […]

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Palo Alto Police Add Multiple Cameras to Department Vehicles

With incidents of police violence causing protests and drawing media attention around the United States, many people have called for a wider use of body cameras and other recording devices to prevent abuses of power. As a result, a number of police departments around the country have started added cameras to their cars and uniforms. […]

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Baltimore Woman Arrested on False Felony Charges Has Police Misconduct on Video to Back Up Her Claim

In the wake of the grand jury verdicts over the deaths of Mike Brown and Eric Garner, in which officers were found not guilty, another case out of Baltimore, MD, has surfaced over a video recorded by a woman during a man’s arrest on the street back on March 30, 2014. Kianga Mwamba, 36, began […]

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