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Video: Texas Police Release Body Camera Footage of Controversial Arrest
Owner's Claim That Arizona Deputy Unnecessarily Shot Her Dog Refuted by Video
Washington K-9 Finds Domestic Violence Suspect Hidden in Dryer
Blue Line Innovations Launches 360-Degree K-9 Camera
Video: Baltimore PD Releases Only Partial Body Cam Video

Video: Baltimore PD Releases Only Partial Body Cam Video

Baltimore police allowed the media to see police body camera video of the fatal shooting of a hostage suspect. Only a portion of the video is being released publicly Tuesday because police don't want to further traumatize the two children who police said were held at knifepoint by Reno Owens Jr. on Friday.

March 29, 2017

Baltimore PD Releases Only Partial Body Cam Video of Fatal OIS

Baltimore PD Releases Only Partial Body Cam Video of Fatal OIS

Baltimore police allowed the media to see police body camera video of the fatal shooting of a hostage suspect. Only a portion of the video is being released publicly Tuesday because police don't want to further traumatize the two children who police said were held at knifepoint by Reno Owens Jr. on Friday. More Here.

March 29, 2017

Corrections Facility Equips Officers With Utility's BodyWorn Cameras
Video: N.M. Officer Shoots Fleeing Robbery Suspect

Video: N.M. Officer Shoots Fleeing Robbery Suspect

Albuquerque Police Department officer Brian Pitzer fired eight shots at an armed carjacking suspect as he was running away on Oct. 28, according to lapel video released by the department Monday.

March 4, 2014

BART Officers Lack Crisis Training, Chief Says

The chief of the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) police department told state legislators this week that only a fraction of his officers have been trained in crisis intervention methods that would help them deal with people who are mentally ill.

September 30, 2011

San Jose PD Testing TASER AXON Video System

The portable AXON cameras, made by Taser International, are expected to be given to 72 San Jose officers in late November or early December, police said. The cameras can record an officer's point of view for up to 10 1/2 hours, and police say the devices will help officers write more accurate reports and aid officers if their actions are called in to question.

November 4, 2009