Minneapolis Mayor, Police Chief Roll Out Tighter Rules On Officer Body Camera Review, ReportingMinneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey and Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo announced the first of what will be a series of new public safety policy reforms Sunday.
Body Camera Video Could Offer More Detail In Floyd Encounter“A video camera, when properly authenticated, is an eye witness. It can testify,” said Michael Primeau, an audio and video forensics expert at Michigan-based Primeau Forensics.
Body Camera Funding Approved For Hennepin County Sheriff's OfficeThe Hennepin County Board announced Tuesday it approved a $5.1 million deal to outfit Hennepin County Sheriff's Office and Department of Community Corrections and Rehabilitation staff with body-worn cameras.
Body Camera Compliance For Minneapolis Police Officers Hits 95 PercentIn the wake of Minneapolis police implementing a stricter body camera policy last year, the city is reporting that officer compliance reached 95 percent in the second quarter of this year.
Justine Ruszczyk Damond's Family Calls For Changes Within Minneapolis Police DepartmentJohn Ruszczyk, the father of Justine Ruszczyk Damond, offered a sharp critique of the initial handling of her murder case.
Police In New Ulm, Le Sueur Are Getting Body CamerasTwo more police departments in southern Minnesota are getting officers to wear body cameras.
Gun-Mounted Cameras Provide Low-Cost Alternative For PoliceWest Hennepin police are not using body worn cameras. Instead, their officers are using a different, brand-new type of camera.
West Metro Officers To Have Weapon-Mounted CamerasOfficials say the weapons-mounted cameras record automatically, provide an unobstructed view of critical use-of-force events, which would include officer-involved shootings.
Wisconsin Corrections Department Misses Prison Body Camera GoalThe Wisconsin Department of Corrections has acknowledged it missed a goal set by the Legislature for providing body cameras to officers at its maximum security adult prisons in hopes of reducing assaults.
What Are The Rules For Making Police Footage Public?According to MN Statute 13.82, Subd. 7, most investigative data are “confidential or protected nonpublic while the investigation in active.” But that same Minnesota law also says there are circumstances where law enforcement could release the data.
Mpls. Police Announce Stricter Body Camera Policy For OfficersChanges are in the works when it comes to body worn cameras at the Minneapolis Police Department.