body cameras on police
Posted in the Utica Forum
#2 Mar 17, 2014
They will be on a shelf in 5 years just like the in car cameras are now that were bought in 2007 and the armidillo. Huge waste of money even if its a grant
#3 Mar 17, 2014
The cameras will only have value if officers cannot turn them off and if their butts go up a flag pole in the event footage is not recorded or is lost. All too often, police officers conveniently turn dash cams on and off. I guess they really don't want to retain footage of planting evidence and manipulating situations while stepping all over the rights of citizens. Are all members of law enforcement bad? No. However, you don't know which ones are, so you need to exercise extreme caution.
Protect yourself. How? Become informed. Understand your rights and obligations and ask for legal council if you find yourself in a conversation with police. It isn't about if you did anything illegal, it's about the story police will put together to paint the picture of your guilt. Remember, "Anything you say can and will be used against you...".
I'm not an attorney, just someone who has seen both family and friends be taken to the cleaners because they didn't protect themselves.
#4 Mar 19, 2014
conceptually, cameras present visual and audible representation. currently it is of what "l.e.o. said, vs what victim/ offender said" circumstances. this could hopefully lessen misinterpretation from all persons involved and quicken resolution of situations. hint: liaison/problem solving personnel. concern is expressed with manuel management of device, in the field. optimized usage should be continuous live feed. this can be multipurpose. if errors occur from the law enforcement agency, these can then be incorporated in a "corrective action/directive teaching" module like reviews of football games. not only do the players learn about themselves, but learn insite from their opponents. live, direct feed with immediate monitoring. do not wait for end of shift to review. you might notice background issues that could use intervention. take some hints from casino security, if you are going to do this do it right. food for thought: start focusing how the rights of the victims are being violated.
#5 Mar 19, 2014
You are a pretty smart cookie. Instantly redundant accountability I have my home/garage and shop wired so there will never be any questions when the unaccountable show up.
The support for all law enforcement and higher end commercial drones will soon be required to have third party capture of their use for future accountability people are wise now to the growing percentile of "problem children" in law enforcement today.
#6 Mar 19, 2014
don't you mean all "problem children" across the horizon?
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