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Police Body Cameras: Reduce Officer MisConduct 40-60%, Reduce Complaints

Ferguson Police HAVE HAD body cameras for some time now... still have yet to deploy and issue them.


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im well aware of the game

..My point is, in 2014, it should be on the very short-term agenda/platform, that every agent of the state/fed govts with the official power to detain, ticket, cite, etc civilians , they should 100% have to wear body cams and mics. FULL STOP

The technology, expense, etc is very easy and cheap and it should be demanded by everyone, ALL THE TIME.

They already have tons of cameras everywhere...

And even when the NY man was caught on camera getting strangled to death, it made no difference. What needs to happen is accountability. This is just going to make it easier for them to watch.

Been there done that.

If the video shows the cop to be at fault, it just gets lost on the way to court and if you express righteous indignation the judge just gets pissed off and you lose based on the lies of the pig anyway.

Winfield, IL. The town pigs and the traffic judge are totally in cahoots. Video shows up or gets lost based solely on the basis of who it helps.

So, remember kids. Have your own hidden camera and don't tell the cop that you are recording him and then get him to engage in a lot of discussion about a lot of stuff, so your attorney can use his contradictions, lies and omissions to stick it up his ass.

Have a friend upload the video clip on youtube, just before your court date so you can't be blamed or ordered to take it down.

Settle for $75,000. The civil rights attorney will get $40,000 of it.

"Timid men prefer the calm of despotism to the tempestuous sea of liberty" TJ

ALL LEO's in ANY capacity

ALL LEO's in ANY capacity should have to wear body cameras (incl. audio) 100% of time while on duty/detail, and all vehicles have dash cams (maybe several) and it should be required to be archived and available to public for 1 year or whtevr makes sense for the specific job category....

it is ridiculous that this is not already implemented country-wide

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Well now we know

why they haven't deployed them, don't we?

"Government is the entertainment division of the military-industrial complex". - Frank Zappa