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Police Commission approves body cam video policy

LOS ANGELES — The Police Commission unanimously approved a plan March 20 to release video from officer body cameras and other sources recorded during shootings and major crimes or confrontations. The decision by the civilian oversight panel reverses previous Los Angeles Police Department policy that withheld videos recorded by thousands of body cameras. The cameras Read More…

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Police Commission seeks input on body cameras

LOS ANGELES — The Los Angeles Police Commission has retained the Policing Project at New York University School of Law to gather public input into a new policy regarding the release of body-worn camera video. The Policing Project will be working with professors and students at UCLA’s and UC Irvine’s schools of law to compile Read More…

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Police Commission seeks input on body camera policy

LOS ANGELES — The Police Commission and Police Chief Charlie Beck have outlined plans for seeking community input on establishing policies for the release of body camera footage taken during critical incidents. Input will be gathered in community forums around the city and through a questionnaire available online or on paper. Speaking to reporters at Read More…