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 1 Resources
Recorded September 10, 2014
Unit 1 Video

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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