Police wearing body worn cameras doesn't actually make civilians safer

After an early study showed positive BWC outcomes, a rush to outfit law enforcement has yet to clearly reduce use of force on civilians

Advocates on both sides of the criminal justice system push body worn cameras as a solution to increase police accountability and decrease use of force, but the truth is not as clear cut.

The Colorado Springs Police Department logs an average of 1,000 videos a day from officers’ body worn cameras, totaling over 1.1 million videos and 250 terabytes of st…

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