De Blasio: NYPD To Implement Mandatory 30-day Release Of Body Cam Footage

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New York Mayor Bill de Blasio said Monday the New York Police Department will be required to release within 30 days all audio and video footage of incidents where officers use force.

“Effective immediately, the NYPD’s 24,000 body cameras now have a mandatory 30 day release policy,” the mayor tweeted.

The NYPD will be required to release footage of incidents that meet one of three criteria: when an officer discharges a firearm that did or could have hit someone, when an officer discharges a taser in a way that results in death or substantial bodily harm or when an officer uses force that results in death or great bodily harm.

Read more at The Hill.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. And what about when some corrupt cop just so happens, that, whoops, my bodycam was off when I shot the unarmed citizen to death?! It happens more often than you sheeple are told.

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