Officers involved in at least two controversial fatal police shootings this month failed to activate their body-worn cameras, leaving critical gaps in evidence that threaten to undermine the primary purpose of the devices.
Police in Charlotte, North Carolina, have come under fire for how they have handled video recordings related to the shooting death of Keith Lamont Scott, a 43-year-old black man killed by an officer on Sept.
An officer was involved in a fatal shooting for the first time since police in Muskogee, Oklahoma began wearing body cameras, the Tulsa World reports. In the video, Officer Chansey McMillin — who was responding to call that a man ou...
Dashcam, body cam videos released by police fail to show exactly what led to fatal shooting of Keith Lamont Scott
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One of the responding officers involved in the shooting death of Keith Lamont Scott failed to activate his body camera as soon as he responded on the scene, violating department policy and displacing crucial evidence, the Washington...