To Protect And Record: Independent Monitor Critical of DPD’s Body Camera UsageDenver’s Independent Monitor has identified 55 potential violations of Denver’s body worn camera policy in the first half of 2017 among Denver police officers.
Colorado Prosecutor At Capitol Hill On Body Cameras: 'We Don't Hide From The Facts'The federal government asked Jefferson County District Attorney Peter Weir to testify about police body cameras. This as the Department of Justice planned to launch a $20 million pilot program aimed at expanding the use of body cameras worn by police officers across the nation.
Denver Police Cameras Didn't Record Most Use-Of-Force-CasesA report by Denver's independent police monitor says body cameras used by officers in the city's downtown district didn't record most of the use-of-force incidents they should have captured.
State Lawmakers Want Widespread Police Body Cams & ManagementThe Denver Police Department is one of several departments in the state that is testing body cameras as a tool for both police and the public. As these cameras become more common, one state lawmaker is working to make them widespread.