Is Videoing Police Protected by the First Amendment?
A federal judge says the Constitution videoing cops only if it is a "challenge" to their actions.
Newly Released Footage Raises Questions Over Police Shooting of Chicago Teen
McDonald's killing and the 13-month delay releasing any video taken by dashboard cameras on squad cars at the scene have led to days of demonstrations.
Should Cops Be Allowed to Review Video of Their Actions?
If an officer is to serve as an eyewitness, will his memory be untainted if he views the footage?
Why Witnesses to Cop Crimes Need Compensation
Witnesses to police violence and misconduct face major legal and practical risks but few benefits.
Can Big Data Help Build Trust in the Police?
Obama's Task Force should stress transparency in hiring to increase diversity.
How to Avoid Another Ferguson or Garner
Cameras on uniforms and guns, more diversity for starters.
Police Around the U.S. Are Already Testing Body Cams
Research shows policy body cams improve public trust, but there are downsides too.
White House Calls for Funding for Police Body Cameras
The announcement was part of a three-month inquiry into the militarization of local police following the shooting death of teenager Michael Brown.
Are Smart Guns the Next Step For Police?
A new device will be able to send real time information about police gun use.
The Blue Bulldog
Patrick Lynch, who leads the biggest police union in the nation, thinks all the people complaining about police brutality should be afraid. Very afraid
Bad Cops Can Be Fixed With More Video... Maybe Even the Ones in Ferguson
Videos are more visceral than any after-the-fact journalism, and hard to deny.