Footage of the incident reportedly emerged following a random inspection of body cameras.
A Michigan deputy's body camera recorded "super drunk" Midland County Sheriff Scott A. Stephenson incoherently ranting and pleading not to be taken to jail after blowing a 0.233 breathalyzer test.
Two New York Police Department officers are under public scrutiny after body camera footage released this week showed them allegedly planting drugs in a black teenager's car.
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock called his son's actions and words "inexcusable."
Police departments across the country could benefit from a thorough examination of footage the Las Vegas police have yet to release.
The body camera video contains valuable information about the police tasked with protecting citizens' rights.
Researchers published the first controlled experiment to ask whether cameras have an effect on use of force and complaints against police.