crime & drugs
Facebook offers a new way to bear witness to violence in America
Cellphone videos have increasingly been used to hold police to account. But the ability to livestream and share video of violence in real time is now being described as a watershed moment for video evidence.
Nearly Two Years After Michael Brown's Death, Missouri May Block Access to Police Footage
Missouri lawmakers have approved a bill that blocks the release of footage from officer-mounted cameras until after an investigation is complete.
Family to Sue Cop Who Killed Teen After He Flashed Headlights at Patrol Car
The parents of Deven Guilford, 17, claim their son's civil rights were violated during the stop which began when the teen flashed his headlights at an officer's patrol car.
LAPD Announces Plan to Roll Out 7,000 Bodycams for Officers
LA will be the first big city to install mandatory officer-mounted cameras in an effort to repair frayed relations between police and the community.