On Officer Body Cameras – Challenges and Benefits of Deploying Cameras in the Field. A Departmental Evaluation

On Officer Body Cameras - Challenges and Benefits of Deploying Cameras in the Field. A Departmental Evaluation
Duration: 60 Minutes
Module 1Resources
Recorded September 10, 2014
Unit 1Video

This session on body worn cameras will be presented by Lieutenant Lee Rankin with the Mesa (AZ) Police Department. During this session attendees will learn about a recent twelve month evaluation that the Mesa Police department did of their on-officer body camera system. Several lessons learned from the study will be presented and attendees will hear about:

• System’s impact
• Civil liabilities
• Addressing complaints
• Increasing transparency
Enhancing prosecution

 

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