An officer with the Los Angeles Police Department was arrested and charged Thursday with allegedly fondling a dead woman, after a random check of body camera footage revealed an incident that happened after he thought the camera had been turned off.
Jonathan Oddi, 42, is facing multiple charges, including five counts of attempted second-degree murder on a law enforcement officer.
Police departments across the country could benefit from a thorough examination of footage the Las Vegas police have yet to release.
Gun camera manufacturers say they provide unobstructed views of officer-involved shootings and don't come with data storage costs
Departments throughout the U.S. are struggling with the high costs of cameras and video storage, often determining that funding can't be found.
Body cameras could become a secretive law enforcement tool with worrying privacy implications.
If an officer is to serve as an eyewitness, will his memory be untainted if he views the footage?
Researchers published the first controlled experiment to ask whether cameras have an effect on use of force and complaints against police.