Right to know isn’t costly but censorship review is – Journal Inquirer

02/05/18 – By Chris Powell

With financial reimbursements from state government, Connecticut law encourages municipal police departments to equip their cruisers and officers with video cameras so encounters with the public can be evaluated reliably. The policy of recording such encounters has been adopted in response to complaints of police misconduct, though video of their work also can protect officers from the many false accusations made against them. [Read More]