VIDEO: The effective use of police body cameras in San Diego

In a conversation with CalWatchdog.com Editor Brian Calle, San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer discusses law enforcement issues ranging from human trafficking to marijuana legalization. In the interview, Mayor Faulconer outlines his support for the use body cameras by police officers, emphasizing that his city is the largest adopter of the technology of any big city in the country and how it has been well-received by both officers and members of the community.

 

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  1. Donkey
    Donkey 26 April, 2015, 21:42

    While camera’s are now showing what many have been testifying to for years, the fact that the police break the law very often when confronting citizens that have committed no crimes at all very frequently. The use of body cams will still have little effect in deterring the sociopaths in costumes that now inhabit the justice suit with a bright piece of jewelry. Until these monsters are held to the same laws lesser citizens are held to then little will change in the behavior of the depraved miscreants that now hide behind the badge. 🙂

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  2. Spurwing Plover
    Spurwing Plover 4 November, 2015, 08:45

    To hopefuly prov that what might be a case of police brutality is realy just another attempt by some leftists scumballs to file a stupid lawsuit to collect their ill gotten cash

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