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Obama police body cameras: President Obama wants 50K tapes, record cop behavior
President Obama wants police body cameras inputted into cop uniform protocol across the U.S. in light of the Ferguson shooting and subsequent protests this week. In a move that calls for 50,000 tapes that would likely cost up to $75 million in funding at the federal level, Obama intends to use these devices to record cop behavior and monitor their interactions with the country's public. The New York Daily News reports this Monday, December 1, 2014, that the American leader hopes to possibly prevent — or at least deter — another incident like the Michael Brown shooting by officer Darren Wilson in the process.
Obama police body cameras: Major funding for new cop camera, President Obama wants safety recording
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The motion is still in its early stages at this point, but an Obama police body cameras movement is already underway. President Obama is said to have called for no less than 50,000 more cops throughout the U.S. nation to have to wear standard cameras, or recording tapes, on their uniforms. These instruments would then be used to document any and all “interactions with civilians,” or cop behavior while out on duty. It is important to note that while this may be occurring in the wake of the controversial Ferguson shooting and recent grand jury decision not to indict Wilson, President Obama does not intend to limit any federal programs that already supply armed or martial gear to law enforcement authorities.
There has been rampant support by some for the proposal already, but others have blasted the bid for more police body cameras as unessential and a waste of money at the federal level. President Obama’s goal with these security-intended videos for thousands of more police officers is slated to make certain that the U.S. nation as a whole is not developing a form of “militarized culture,” particularly inside local sheriff’s offices or police departments. In doing so, he hopes to preserve current programs that support military equipment, many of which were required to quell the protests — a majority of them racially strained — in Ferguson, Missouri, the past week.
In its place, adds WSVN News, the U.S. President is requesting that Congress seriously consider his already dubbed “Obama police body cameras” proposal. This proposition will ask for funding in order to purchase a total of 50,000 on-hand tapes to monitor and record heated or murky incidents such as former officer Darren Wilson’s fatal shooting of Michael Brown. Observing cop behavior as a result is also hoped to create a greater sense of conviction and trust with the public and police, particularly in communities with a strong minority background.
"Part of the reason this time will be different is because the president of the United States is deeply invested in making sure that this time is different," Obama stated, going on to add that he was shocked to hear a number of black young people protest treatment they have received from police officers at a recent meeting discussing the issue. "It violates my belief in what America can be to hear young people feeling marginalized and distrustful even after they've done everything right."
The plan would cost an estimated (and expensive) $75 million, but President Obama is still very optimistic about it. He is confident that the potential formation of a specialized task force might also be used to spread news of success stories as a result of the body cameras, as well as provide new avenues through which the U.S. government is able to foster a sense of openness, responsibility, and dialogue with police teams everywhere.
The U.S. Justice Department is similarly hoping to make a difference for the future and help end racial tension. Attorney General Eric Holder declared in a statement this Monday that the department’s goals are to put an end to racial profiling in our country and help cops implement fair, just, and solid patrolling in the field. Do you agree this body cameras proposal might be effective if put into practice and help ensure more respect between police and the people at large?
"In the coming days, I will announce updated Justice Department guidance regarding profiling by federal law enforcement, which will institute rigorous new standards - and robust safeguards - to help end racial profiling, once and for all," Holder shared yesterday.
- GPS,Date and Time stamp together
The Police Camera 6808 model support add GPS longitude and latitude as stamp on the video file, it's support conversation to each other through walkie talkie module with maximum 8 sets,
range up to 200 meters in open area.