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  • We need them cameras

    I think it would be good if the police could shoot all crimes and ZIP face thieves and others. And showing this video to court and win the court and the offender will enter the court for violation of laws. And I like when the police walk in the Camera.

  • No trust in police

    Many police officers and law enforcement officials are not trusted by citizens today. They have far too much power and any average man can become a police officer. These officers are not trusted because of the history that we have had. Many innocent people have been killed by crooked cops that are unlawful.

  • They need them

    Not only can it save lives, but it can help people with accusations. Most of the time, the police get blamed for things that they do not do. This can show the people that the police do not do everything. People need to stop making the police look like the bad guys.

  • Yes, police officers should wear cameras on duty.

    I think they should, there's so much drama and so many rumors going around about how police officers are racist and kill African Americans or how African American police officers kill white people, I believe police officers should be forced to wear cameras, as it allows them to not only say their part of the incident, but to be able to physically show whomever.

  • Cameras SHOULD be Required

    Although many think it would be a nuisance, police wearing cameras would solve many unanswered questions about what had happened and whether or not the police was provoked into using violent ways to solve the problem. It would also help cases involved with two people and the police by proving whether or not something did or did not happen.

  • Cameras Are Truly Needed

    They can help prevent violence, which keep citizens safe. Which is good because it can prevent population loss. It can also improve transparency and accountability in order to protect those on both sides of the lens. Finally they help by preventing another case like the Micheal Brown case. That is why it is a good idea.

  • I think we should have speed cameras

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  • Body cameras would help our police determine if deaths are on purpose or intentional.

    Birmingham police tried the body cameras and citizen complaints have dropped quite a bit. Reaseach has shown that the cameras should help police officers to behave better during their work hours. Also many people think this is an invation of privacy, well you see the cameras are only do work hours and you don't truly get privacy in work hours anyway so this is not much of a change. So please use body cameras it is a good opportunity to help police around us.

  • Cameras are needed

    Police should be required to cameras, not only will it prevent violence with police but it will be able to be accountable for a police's behavior. Even if its costly and could be damaged pretty quickly it could still probably save a bunch of lives through a simple footage of what actually happened.

  • Police should wear body cams

    Police should wear body cameras because it gives evidence of the crime, what happened assuming someone was injured, how they were injured/killed and why. There has been many examples of people being killed by police officers, but even if it was the police officers fault, they wouldn't be blamed because there is no supporting evidence that the police officer intended to kill the man or women. As a result, police officers should wear body cameras.

  • It really doesn't matter!!!!!

    Tbh it really doesn't matter if cameras are put on cops because they still gonna get away with murder and the can,eras won't really captured all the footage for the evidence... So wants a point.....????
    OK so stop trying to do something good knowing that its not good at all.

  • Cameras should not be required

    The cons of law enforcement being required to wear body cameras heavily outweigh the pros. The cameras are costly and easily damaged, they would violate not only the privacy of the police officer but also the public. Day to Day work would also be harder for police. Confidential informants may be afraid to give information to police that are wearing body cameras. The cameras will also lead to more police officers being accused and getting in trouble for petty/political problems.

  • Police feel mistrusted!!!!!!!!!!

    I certainly would not want a camera videoing me all day everyday! People do weird stuff all the time and it is embarrassing to know that your footage might be put online or that other people can see it in general. And they also get punished for dress code violation, messy cars, and other stuff that does not matter!

  • Can we trust the police?

    As of today our police around the world need toe see what really happened at the scene. Michael brown ring a bell? Shot and killed by ferguson police officer. Like the person on the other side states that we dont see everything clearly, but it would be nice just to get a bit. The ungodly world has nothing but lies. As a 12 year old i see the world as it is now. Again, can we trust the police? Lilmariab02@gmail.Com

  • Can we trust the police?

    As of today our police around the world need toe see what really happened at the scene. Michael brown ring a bell? Shot and killed by ferguson police officer. Like the person on the other side states that we dont see everything clearly, but it would be nice just to get a bit. The ungodly world has nothing but lies. As a 12 year old i see the world as it is now. Again, can we trust the police? Lilmariab02@gmail.Com

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  • Isn't CCTV Enough?

    There are cameras everywhere, even in your pockets now as we speak. And law enforcement agents have plenty of cameras. Now you'd want to have more cameras for what? Police officers will become peeping toms. Think about it; we are human beings in general, generally fallible. When one fears for his life, what will he do? Hire goons, stack up guns, barricade him/herself, get SURVEILLANCE equipment, so on and so forth. I mean seriously... You'd be a fool to think that the police is not their to enforce the law of government and not that of the people, despite the fact that the government was made for the people by the people.

  • Cameras are unneccesary and here's why I think so~

    I am not saying that's its 100% bad, but a lot of this idea stems from false media and all we need to do is loosen up. Privacy is one thing, money is an object as well. This can also erode trust between police & citizens. Not to mention, there could be people who will try to revert against the video that shows proof and start another controversial uproar. Lastly, malfunctions might occur, ruining the story of what happened.

  • Invasion of privacy

    Police officers have rights to. By giving them cameras we are invading their personal lives. Everyone is entitled to their privacy. Plus why are we punishing the 99% of good officers because the 1% of bad officers. Would you like to be monitored all day every day? I bet you wouldn't.

  • Discretion is gone

    How about you get rear ended in an accident, not your fault. I run your info and find out you missed a court date/forgot to pay your ticket fine. You have a warrant, I have it on camera that you have the warrant. You have your child with you, I should go ahead, lock you up, and place your child in emergency custody at a shelter after calling a judge to swear out the emergency custody order. Let me add you have never been in trouble other than traffic tickets, so I should lock you up right or do the right thing and have you re-docket your case/pay the fine?


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