ORG argues against police use of body-worn video cameras

12/02/2024 | Open Rights Group

The Open Rights Group (ORG) has posted an article arguing the case against the police use of body-worn video cameras. The article cites a recent BBC investigation involving comments made by Thames Valley Police officers concerning a semi-naked woman who had suffered a seizure. The article reports that police officers had later made degrading comments about having sex with the woman. 

ORG highlights that while body-worn video cameras were intended to make the police more accountable, allegations of irresponsible use are mounting

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Police, Body Camera, Surveillance

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