A bill that would allow police officers to review their own body camera footage before writing reports passed the New Jersey Legislature Monday and now heads to the governor’s desk.

Police would still have to write initial summaries from memory in cases where somebody died, NJ.com reports.

The bill, A5864, had been conditionally vetoed in November by Gov. Phil Murphy, with recommendations to modify the circumstances under which initial access to body cam recordings was restricted, including the use of force by an officer, the discharge of a firearm or any other use of deadly force by a law enforcement officer and the death of a person while in law enforcement custody.