CAMS is also an approved GST Suvidha Provider(GSP) that facilitates seamless GST services more...LOS ANGELES — America’s largest sheriff’s department still lacks a policy for body cameras after years of studying the issue, so hundreds — perhaps thousands — of its deputies have taken matters into their own hands and bought the cameras themselves.This way none of the cameras on Insecam invade anybody's private life.
The Mishawaka Police Department’s rules came after a year of discussions about how to store and handle the recordings.
A police official said in January that about 10 officers were wearing their own cameras.
“It’s a recipe for disaster,” said Melanie Ochoa, a staff attorney with the American Civil Liberties Union of Southern California. police department has a policy for officers who wear body cameras, and it has become somewhat common to see video from these cameras emerge — sometimes due to court orders — following high-profile shootings and other clashes.
“I would imagine officers would be quite willing to turn it over if it paints them in a good light, but what is the access if it does not? An estimated 20 percent of Los Angeles County’s 10,000 deputies have bought cameras for themselves, according to the county’s inspector general.
The coordinates are provided only to locate the city where the camera is located, but not it's exact position or address.