Body cams will make cops more visible as standing army

print Tests in early 2015 in Chattanooga of body cameras for police officers and sheriff’s deputies is widely considered a way to reduce the number of police officer attacks upon members of the public and the severity of other abuses. But it appears rather that body cameras will only increase surveillance of members of the public, with only the voice of the officer captured and perhaps motions of his hands in view of the lens. Yes, cop body cams reduced police brutality in Rialto, Calif., and the number of public complaints of officers. But they open a new venue for … Continue reading Body cams will make cops more visible as standing army