FEATURED NEWS // April 2017
A FL House committee voted 17 to 0 to allow police officers to view footage from their body cameras before submitting reports or responding to complaints.
A Democratic senator is trying again to modernize Colorado’s Open Records Act with a bill that would require government agencies to release public records in searchable data formats, like Excel spreadsheets…
The Kentucky AG’s office says state police violated state open-records law by refusing to turn over a copy of body camera video.
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