NYPD Will Videotape Interrogations
February 21, 2010
The NYPD will begin recording interrogations and storing the video footage to show detectives don't coerce confessions from suspects, several media outlets are reporting.
The initiative, which will begin in two of the department's 76 precincts, is opposed by the detectives' union and supported by city district attorneys.
Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly has said improvements in digital technology have made the initiative plausible.
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