The Brennan Center’s testimony highlighted the need to develop specifications for public access to body camera footage; a closer examination of current guidelines on recordings retention; and importantly, ensuring that the body-worn camera program retains its primary purpose as a tool for public accountability and transparency, rather than becoming merely another evidentiary tool for law enforcement.
/ / Brennan Center Testimony to New York City Council on Expanding the NYPD’s Body-Worn Camera Program
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