Rutgers Cops to Wear Cameras, But Videos May Be Kept Secret

NJ AG allocates $1.5M and $2.5M of public funds for bodycams for state and local police, respectively, but argues videos should not be disclosed under OPRA. -NJFOG

Outgoing Attorney General John Hoffman Wants Videos Exempted From OPRA Law

February 15, 2016
BY CHARLIE KRATOVIL, MICHAEL BENAVIDES
NEW BRUNSWICK TODAY

 

Read article here.

(Scroll to the bottom of the article to see a 24-page memo by Acting NJ Attorney General John J. Hoffman with heading “ATTORNEY GENERAL LAW ENFORCEMENT DIRECTIVE NO. 2015-1” and Subject line “Law Enforcement Directive Regarding Police Body Worn Cameras (BWCs) and Stored BWC Recordings”.)

 

 

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