Security flaws could open body cameras up to hacks
Some devices could allow footage to be doctored.
Study says body cameras don't always change police behavior
It might depend on which department is using them, though.
UK trials body cameras for staff in mental health wards
The technology could calm patients and reduce instances of physical restraint.
NYPD details its body camera policy ahead of spring pilot program
It's measured and reasonable with extensive feedback from the public.
Sensor turns on a cop's body camera when their gun is pulled
Once triggered, any Axon-brand camera in a 30-foot radius starts recording.
SDPD finds that body cameras reduce misconduct and force complaints
But they've still seen a 14 percent rise in use-of-force incidents over 3 years.
Taser bought two computer vision AI companies
They're developing tech to review police body cam footage in real time